Santa Fe, NM
The Inn of the Five Graces
Megawatt Desert Star
What it is
Your dream of Santa Fe sprung to life, with local musicians jamming in the leafy courtyard, 24 jaw-droppingly ornate guest rooms, and a mosaic-lined Tibetan spa.
What it isn't
Soulless. Hand-picked antique rugs and textiles from Central and South Asia dot the premises, which is storied in itself: the founders transformed age-old adobe buildings into the now ultra luxury property.
What we think
This fanciful retreat wins award after award (after award!) because the service is impeccable—and the architecture and design is an Architectural Digest magazine feature sprung to resplendent life. Every single room has a flickering wood-burning kiva fireplace at the ready in the colder months, and is visual candy to boot—with artisanal textiles, intricately carved wooden doors, mosaic walls, and deep candlelit soaking tubs ready for your much-deserved R&R. It’s worth treating yourself to one of their Premium One-Bedroom Suites for their private courtyards, bathrooms adorned with semi-precious stones (yes, that’s onyx, lapis and jade) and all the comforts of a well-heeled home, including Frette linens, a doting concierge and even a kitchenette.
You're here because
All reservations include gratis thrills, including made-to-order daily breakfasts using farmer’s market produce, a curated mini bar (with snacks, and without booze), and twice daily housekeeping so you feel truly pampered.
You’ve wandered Georgia O’Keeffe’s clifftop home, studio, and gardens in Abiquiu, and now you’re ready for more decadence…so you proceed directly to the spa. Your mission: a Himalayan Salt Stone massage with a mud detox. Euphoric doesn’t even begin to describe it.
Restaurants & Bars
Breakfast at The Five Graces - Begin the day’s adventures with an energizing complimentary breakfast
315 Restaurant & Wine Bar - An elegant, intimate restaurant serving classically prepared French cuisine
In a town steeped in history, The Inn of the Five Graces does justice to its locale: nodding to its centuries-old neighborhood, Barrio de Analco, while bringing it into the spotlight on a global stage.