by Eileen Ogintz
The pueblo-style Hacienda has just 35 rooms and suites on three acres. It is Santa Fe’s only Native American owned hotel. Guests are treated to butler service, upscale amenities and regional cuisine at Amaya restaurant. There is daily continental breakfast and a daily evening reception. The dÃ©cor is inspired by New Mexico’s Native American heritage. The fireplace rooms include a king-sized or two double beds, CD player, Wi-Fi, coffee maker, plush terry robes and slippers as well as a double-headed walk in shower. Suites include a separate living room with a pull-out sofa sleeper. The butlers see to guests’ every need. The Amaya restaurant focuses on seasonal fresh ingredients highlighting local Pueblo and North American restaurants set in a new glass-enclosed patio that features inside and outside dining; breakfast is available in the lounge. The hotel’s majority owner is Picuris Pueblo, the smallest of New Mexico’s 19 Pueblo tribes and located north of Santa Fe. The pueblo’s pottery and other arts are available at the hotel for purchase.
Our Editor Loves
- Butler Service
- Breakfast by the fire at Hacienda Lounge
- Onsite Dining
We liked everything about this hotel. The decor was lovely, the staff very friendly and accommodating and the location was close to shopping, entertainment and great restaurants.. One evening was cold so we took advantage of the complimentary shuttle to take us to the plaza. We will definitely return and recommend to our friends.
Everyone at this hotel had a smile on their face. The staff went out of their way to make us feel at home. I highly recommend this hotel. We stayed at the La Hacienda which included a wonderful breakfast and a happy hour.