by Kristin Franks
Located only a few blocks away from Santa Fe’s historic Plaza, it will be easy to get lost in the culture and charm of the Southwest. Situated on six acres of stunningly landscaped grounds, the La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa offers families luxurious amenities and services. The pueblo-style village features 157 recently renovated guest rooms and suites with unique decor, vibrant colors and plush bedding.
Perfect for every season, this downtown Santa Fe hotel features a wide range of family-friendly activities and attractions including hiking, biking, whitewater rafting, skiing and snowshoeing. The historic Plaza and Canyon Road are located just two-blocks away along with a variety of shops, art galleries and museums also nearby.
Get a taste of the Southwest at one of the many award winning onsite restaurants at the resort. Families should try the Viga Restaurant, offering casual indoor and outdoor patio dining. If you are looking for other dining options there are a variety of other restaurants just minutes away. This dining mecca offers a wide range of restaurants from fine dining experiences, to casual dining and local favorites. Be sure to try Cafe Pasqual’s, one of Santa Fe’s favorite spots, or the Cowgirl Hall of Fame, featuring a diverse menu and a special kid’s area.
Since you’re on vacation, consider pampering yourself with a trip to the RockResorts Spa. The spa features a variety of nurturing treatments including facials, massages, body wraps and more. Couples massages are available for some much needed rest and relaxation side by side.
Our Editor Loves
- Charming pueblo-style village
- Nearby museums and family activities
- Award winning onsite restaurants
Great hotel. Friendly, competent staff. The food was very good, in the dining room as well as late nice snacks in the bar. Our suite was beautiful, spotless and very inviting
Very nice grounds. The ability to have the hotel car available for short distance was very convenient. Looking forward to staying here again!
This is a very traditional Santa Fe property and is quite nice. The room we had was spacious and well appointed with what we needed. My only complaint would be the mattress was a bit too firm for my liking. The property is very centrally located in Santa Fe and it's easy to walk everywhere you would like to go. We ate several meals at Julia's and always enjoyed it. The staff is all very friendly.