Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi, a Santa Fe luxury hotel celebrating the spirit of the Southwest, offers guests an elegant modern take on pueblo life. Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi has been called one of the best hotels in Santa Fe by travel organizations and magazines. Located in the heart of the city, this boutique hotel fuses Southwestern style with five-star elegance and service.
An intimate world-class retreat, Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi celebrates the enduring creative spirit and traditions of the region’s early Native Americans, the city’s rich cultural heritage as an early Spanish establishment and its ongoing legacy as an artist colony. The name and interiors of this Santa Fe boutique hotel pay homage to the area’s native Anasazi tribe, while the handcrafted textiles, paintings, carvings and baskets that make up the hotel’s extensive art collection are a vivid blend of Native, Hispanic and Anglo influences. With the city’s historic plaza just steps from the hotel doors, and popular destinations like Canyon Road, Taos and Bandelier National Park within driving distance, this sterling example of Santa Fe luxury hotels offers guests an experience that is uniquely New Mexican.
Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi offers travelers seeking to make the most of their vacations in New Mexico the opportunity to stay at one of the premier luxury hotels in Santa Fe, with easy access to the city’s famous art galleries and museums, as well as nearby destinations such as Taos and Bandelier National Park.
On the main floor of the hotel, the Library houses a generous collection of books on Southwestern art, history and culture for guests interested in learning more about Santa Fe. It also serves as a boardroom for corporate retreats, meetings and private dining.
Rosewood properties are no stranger to receiving recognition for their superb quality, design and service. Since 2007, this Santa Fe inn has consistently been recognized as one of the premier luxury hotels in New Mexico and a top destination worldwide by leading travel organizations and magazines, including Condé Nast Traveler, Forbes and AAA.
Eclectic dining options are offered at the popular Anasazi Restaurant, including 38-seat dining room offering guests an intimate dining experience with a sophisticated design featuring leather and linen chairs complementing the natural wood tables. The cuisine is inspired by Santa Fe’s rich culture and culinary history, fusing old world techniques with modern innovative recipes and thoughtful menu creation. Executive Chef, Peter O’Brien’s menus embrace the Inn’s Southwestern and Native heritage. Consistently changing and adapting to reflect the freshest, most seasonal ingredients. The Anasazi Restaurant celebrates the creative spirit of Santa Fe, offering guests a comfortable dining experience with sophisticated but approachable dishes.
For a more relaxed experience, come and relax on the Patio, where you can dine al fresco and enjoy the rhythm of the nearby historic downtown Santa Fe Plaza. The Patio is open seasonally from May through October and throughout the holiday season.
Stay a while and sip on some wine while enjoying the rustic scenery. Offering private space for up to 12 guests, The Wine Cellar is available for private Executive Retreats or private candlelit dinners. Each can be accommodated at the room’s large wooden table amongst the hotel’s fine wine collection.
While on holiday at the Inn take time to refresh and rejuvenate with an in-room massage and aromatherapy treatment. Massage and aromatherapy have both been shown to reduce stress and boost immunities, making an in-room treatment an ideal solution to alleviate the stresses of travel. Take advantage of these luxurious services to fully enjoy and experience the Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi.
Regardless of your style of vacationing, if you prefer to spend time outdoors hiking and experiencing new culture, or staying in and getting pampered, the Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi offers it all and will not disappoint.
By Leslie Awdykowyz