May 21, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi in Santa Fe, New Mexico
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. An intimate world-class retreat, Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi celebrates the enduring creative spirit of the region’s early Native Americans and the rich heritage of city’s Spanish founders. The name and interiors of the boutique hotel pay homage to the area’s indigenous Anasazi tribe, while the handcrafted textiles, paintings, carvings and weavings that make up the hotel’s extensive art collection are a vivid representation of the Native, Hispanic and Anglo influences that created Santa Fe, one of America’s oldest and most beautiful cities.
Spread across a high plateau at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico’s capital still glories in the adobe houses and baroque churches of its original architects, while its chic museums and galleries attract art lovers from all over the world. The Inn features 57 rooms and one suite, all with handcrafted furnishings, traditional wooden ceilings and kiva fireplaces. The hotel’s award-winning restaurant presents cuisine that fuses Southwestern and Argentinean flavors. Rustic decor welcomes guests into a space that is distinctly Southwestern and accented throughout with regional artistry. The New Mexican sunset beckons travelers to relax and dine al fresco. A charming place to take in the rhythm of the nearby Santa Fe Plaza, the patio features a small plate menu, made-to-ordermargaritas and more.
Location of Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi
Nearest Airport: SAF
Amenities for Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi
- Wine Cellar
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Wellness Center
- Baby Club
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi
The Inn is small with well appointed, clean rooms. The beds were comfortable (just a bit soft for me), linens were crisp and the towels plush. We ate breakfast each morning in the nicely decorated dining room--while very good, it was pricey. Service was friendly and attentive. The valet parking at $25 seemed a bit high for the location. Definitely enjoyed our stay!
jmgbar - Amelia Island, Florida
Great position as well as very well appointed and extremely comfortable hotel. Fireplaces in rooms which is a nice touch and staff were excellent. Loved the decor and additional rooms such as the library with cookies in the afternoon.
David And Jilli... W - Sydney, Australia
The Rosewood is located in the heart of town, steps away from great museums, shopping and restaurants. Great service - from the moment of arrival the bellmen and front desk staff were so helpful and polite, polished and professional. Supervisory personnel would not hesitate to jump out of the lobby to assist with our dangling camera. Peter who oversees the check-ins and lobby was the epitome of hospitality. We're big fans of Rosewood and recognize this is an older, historic property and as such, lacks some of the polish of your typical Rosewood, Blank coasters, small rooms, Kuerig coffee machine (Walmart quality vs. Nespresso typical of Rosewood and Four Seasons), room service only until 10pm, They leave a local legend (fable or story) and small treat (cookies) every night which is a nice touch at turndown. The rooms are generally small with limited views (looking at the building next door) and only one sink. The limited nature extends to the hotel which has no spa facility, no shop and only one restaurant. Our daughter was sick and we called down to room service at 10:05pm... no room service and no one could muster up the cup of broth we were trying to get. Typically Rosewood would have some limited service for 24 hours or someone would run out and obtain it... but nope... nothing. We called down in the am to express our disappointment and ordered the cup of broth.... which they charged $12 for a cup of broth for our sick 5 year old. Epic fail. The rooms are quite comfortable with great bedding, great lighting and lots of storage. There is a mini-bar that doubles as a fridge and a DVD player (with a very limited selection of old DVD's.... have they NOT heard of on-demand services?!!?! The wifi on property is good but having to sign in daily across multiple devices is annoying. Still the nicest in town and despite the above 'disconnects' we had a lovely stay and would definitely return.
MAL1997 - Miami, Florida
I recently stayed at the Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi to celebrate my 40th Birthday, and what a treat it was. This hotel boasts an excellent location steps off the plaza, which allows you to walk to most of the major attractions, excellent shopping, and delicious restaurants. You can expect all the usual luxury amenities- luxe linens and toiletries, impeccable housekeeping and turndown service, and very well appointed rooms featuring windows to open for the cool night air and a gas burning fireplace. The common areas are equally beautiful, with a wood burning fireplace in the entry, excellent Spanish colonial/ Santa Fe dĂ©cor, and a lively lobby bar with an excellent drink menu. What really sets this property apart is the service; from top to bottom, one of the best teams I have ever had the pleasure of being hosted by in all of my travels. They truly seek to enhance your stay and make sure you enjoy the best of what Santa Fe has to offer. From the warm and friendly crew at the front desk, to the extremely attentive valet and bell desk crew, to housekeeping, and all the way up to the General Manager, no one could have been any nicer. When we drove up the valet welcomed us and helped unload our things, which included a great deal of luggage as well as the family pets; he was incredibly gracious as we unpacked our somewhat chaotic car. He also accommodated us by keeping the car up front in the loading zone throughout our stay as it was both oversized and over packed, so they could keep an eye on our belongings. Once we entered the lobby, we were greeted by name and immediately offered a specialty drink to enjoy while we completed check in, which was prompt and courteous. The room was lovely and management welcomed me to my birthday celebration with a handwritten thank you and a delicious birthday treat, in addition to a round of margaritas and some chips and salsa. I could not have been more flattered or pleased. We enjoyed every minute of our stay; I could not imagine a more hospitable staff with greater attention to detail. An example of this is the housekeeping crew, which goes as far as tying raffia bows around the new rolls of toilet paper and packaging laundry as neatly and lovingly as a gift. Additionally, it froze on the morning we left and the valet attendant asked us our estimated departure time so he could defrost the car for us. We had two mis-haps on our stay that were completely our fault, and in both cases the staff jumped to help us. In one instance, I though our family pet had escaped very early one morning, and not only did the valet help us look for our pet, but he also let every department in the hotel know that we were looking for our missing family member , and was as happy as we were when the misbehaving pet was safely found. The second incident involved me leaving quite a bit of jewelry behind; the management team, including Violeta, Stephanie, and Petar all coordinated to locate my things, ship them back to me, and reassure me all was well in my frantic state. They could not have been any more kind, helpful, or accommodating. Can't say it enough, Rosewood Inn of The Anasazi is low key luxury and top notch hospitality at it's finest. We will not be staying anywhere else on future visits, and thanks to the team here, we are now life-long Rosewood customers.
jennifer w - New Orleans, Louisiana
The Inn of the Anasazi is a warm, clean and friendly place to stay. The breakfast was delicious and the atmosphere is warm and inviting. The staff seems to be very knowledgeable of the area and provided excellent recommendations for dinner. We plan to return.
Cindy H - Edwards, United States