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Hotel St. Francis
Settling In Amid the Sangre de Cristo Mountains
- Save 40%
- 19 purchased
97% recommendedin LivingSocial customer ratings
• A One-Night Stay for Two in a Classic Queen ($126) or Deluxe King Room ($186), September to October
• Or, a One-Night Stay for Two in a Classic Queen ($99) or Deluxe King Room ($159), November through December
• Bottle of Wine
• Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Two Nights
Washed in the rich hues of terracotta, vermillion, and adobe pink, Santa Fe is graced with a diverse blend of artistic traditions. Situated at an elevation of 7,000 feet, the Northern New Mexico locale rests on a plateau at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. A stroll through the historic city's central plaza reveals rows of traditional and contemporary galleries, with some showing off classic turquoise jewelry and others displaying gorgeous pottery.
The oldest hotel in the city, Hotel St. Francis is named for the patron saint of Santa Fe and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This meticulously-cared-for casa will transport you back in time from the moment you step through its majestic doors. Each charming, culturally preserved, pet-friendly room features restored wood floors, locally sourced and handcrafted furniture, and antique décor alongside flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, and pillow-top mattresses with luxurious linens and down comforters.
Stop by the front desk and ask the city's most celebrated concierge, Inger, what you should see during your stay. Chances are she'll point you to the historic downtown Santa Fe Plaza, just one block away. A visit to the Palace of the Governors—the oldest government building in the US (and now a museum)—will be a must on your itinerary, too. Then, make a mouthful of memories at Tabla de Los Santos, where renowned Chef Estevan Garcia whips up farm-to-table New Mexico inspired eats. End your day at the hotel's in-house bar, Secreto, and watch Santa Fe's master mixologist, Chris Milligan, craft hand-muddled mixed drinks, including his award-winning house specialty, the Spicy Secreto.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON August 30, 2021
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON December 19, 2013