Santa Fe, NM
The Inn of the Five Graces
A high-end, historic retreat
What we think
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The Inn of the Five Graces provides a unique experience in a distinctive city. Santa Fe, often called “The City Different,” is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the U.S., and is located in the heart of its historic downtown, a short walk from many attractions. Nestled on a quiet side street near the Santa Fe River, the Inn’s earthy, traditional adobe and stone exterior belies the extraordinary sensual experience awaiting visitors on the inside. Step through its doors, and a feast of color and texture awakens the imagination. Each unique room showcases handcrafted artisan pieces and one-of-a-kind treasures from the historic Silk Road that once linked Europe and Asia. Echoes of rustic Spain, lingering in New Mexico’s Hispanic heritage, are reflected in the Seret style’s trademark synthesis of East and West. Your accommodation here will be memorable in countless ways, but this is more than a luxurious suite. There is much to explore beyond the Inn’s walls.
Restaraunts & 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