Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi
Santa Fe, New Mexico
by: Katya Wachtel
First stop on our U.S road trip.
Me and my boyfriend.
The hotel is built in the traditional Pueblo Adobe mudbrick style that you’ll see throughout Santa Fe.
Every single room at the hotel has one of these traditional Kiva fireplaces. Cosy!
The hotel’s lovely public spaces are warm and stylish, with hardwood floors, high ceilings and hand-carved doors.
This charming living room adjoining the library is the perfect place to snuggle up by the fire with a drink at the end of a long day of exploring.
There’s complimentary coffee every morning in this library, and plenty of comfy couches and armchairs to sip it in before you hit the streets.
The 38-seat dining room with its traditional southwestern Adobe-style wood-beam ceilings offers a more formal dining experience. The restaurant, bar and lounge spaces were recently redesigned.
There’s plenty of cosy little areas in the lounge and bar where you can graze small plates designed for sharing – like chicharron and gourmet tacos – while you down a margarita.
Hand-carved doors to the hotel’s wine cellar, which is available for private dinners. The doors were blessed by the local Native American Hopi tribe.
Our spacious, light-filled bedroom filled with handmade furniture, art and textiles by indigenous artisans, and had a traditional Adobe-style wood beam ceiling.
Highs + Lows
The room: sublime king bed and an in-room fireplace.
The interiors: warm but sophisticated, and filled with the most lovely handcrafted Native American textiles and furniture, contemporary art and sculpture.
Location: could not be better, with short walks to amazing restaurants and bars, Sante Fe Plaza, markets and the Georgia O’Keefe Museum.
The bar: first-class margaritas, live music, cosy and super relaxed.
Valet parking isn’t free.
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Warm, southwestern chic.
Perfect. The hotel is in the heart of Santa Fe, literally steps from the main plaza and food, art, shopping.
58 – 57 rooms and 1 suite
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No pool. Guests can use off-site gym for now but an on-site fitness centre is currently being built.
Yes. There’s a fine dining restaurant whose chef hails from a Michelin-starred restaurant. For a more casual meal, there’s smaller foodie plates served in the lounge, bar and patio.
Yes, with a 72-strong Tequila selection, custom spirits and beer, and live music! Don’t leave without having one – or seven – of their margaritas.
Bring. The hotel even has a special program for kids called ‘Rose Buds for Children’.
Expensive but not outrageous.
In the Area
The Georgia O’Keefe Museum
217 Johnson St, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Small but stellar. Go crazy in the gift shop.
121 Don Gaspar Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501
A Santa Fe classic, so beware, there might be a wait on weekends. Make sure you try New Mexico’s famous green chilli…on everything. Do that everywhere you eat, actually.
Cerrillos Rd & Guadalupe, Santa Fe, NM 87505, Santa Fe, NM 87501
This neighbourhood is home to cool bars, contemporary galleries and shops, plus a fab Farmer’s Market and indoor flea right beside it filled with vintage clothes, art, books, silver and turquoise.
Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi
113 Washington Ave, Santa Fe, NM, United States
Neighborhood: Santa Fe
Hotel Location: 113 Washington Ave, Santa Fe, NM