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Santa Fe Sage Inn
Picture-Perfect Pueblos in Sunny Santa Fe
90% recommendedin LivingSocial customer ratings
• A One-Night Stay for Two ($54)
• Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two ($99)
• Daily Fresh-Start Continental Breakfast
• Parking and Downtown Shuttle Service
• $10 Restaurant Gift Card to Rio Chama, La Casa Sena, Rooftop Pizzeria, or Blue Corn Cafe & Brewery for the First 50 Purchasers of Each Option
• Combine Vouchers to Stay Up to Eight Nights
Washed in the rich hues of terracotta, vermillion, and soft adobe pink, Santa Fe, New Mexico, is practically picture-perfect—which is probably why it's been a haven and source of inspiration for visual artists from Georgia O'Keefe to Eliot Porter. Paint yourself the perfect getaway with an Escape to the Santa Fe Sage Inn, a Spanish-Revival pueblo just six blocks from the city's historic center plaza and your ticket to a beautiful southwest experience.
The New York Times praised this two-story stucco-adobe hotel for its "convenient, almost-downtown location" and reasonable rates. "Don't stay anywhere else," advises one recent TripAdvisee, who lauded the inn's front-desk staff and sumptuous, fresh-start breakfast.
With rooms appointed in the southwestern-contemporary style, a pet-friendly policy, and new Sealy mattresses in both the queen- and king-size rooms, the Santa Fe Sage Inn is an ideal home base for a excursion into "The City Different."
Santa Fe was dubbed one of the "most artistic cities in America" by The Atlantic last year. You'll understand why when you visit the Georgia O'Keefe Museum, the Museum of International Folk Art, or a whole host of other visual arts venues. The Lensic Performing Arts Center offers an ongoing lineup of headlining musical and dramatic acts, and the architecturally stunning Palace of Governors is a must-see. To drink in a few natural masterpieces, you'll want to check out the city's Ski n' Brew in mid-February, and experience snow and ale that's equally smooth.
Fodor's review of Santa Fegave the city a thumbs-up for its dining scene. Rio Chama Restaurant and La Casa Sena are popular with locals. If you visit in Februrary, you'll want to check out ArtFeast, a weekend of fine art, food, wine, and fashion that benefits local youth art programs, and the coinciding and wildly popular restaurant week. If farm-to-table is your style, the farmer's market is a sure bet for the foodie and budget conscious alike.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON December 6, 2021
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON March 31, 2013