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
As a fan of Rosewood hotels, having stayed in their London hotel a couple of times, we decided to book the Inn of the Anasazi for our visit to Santa Fe, and we were certainly not disappointed. As soon as we pulled up to the door someone was out to help with luggage and take care of the car. Richard took us in for registration and told us that we had been given a room upgrade which was great. Check in was smooth and we got a welcoming drink of juice. We were then shown to our room - 308 on the third floor. It was a lovely spacious room with two windows so lots of light, and a view across to the Cathedral in the distance. The room had a sofa, two chairs and a small table, as well as a kiva fireplace, large TV, fridge and coffee maker and a lovely wooden beamed ceiling. There were two bottles of water which were replenished daily and the ice bucket was full of ice. There was a large very comfortable bed with soft pillows, and a turndown with cookies in the evening. There were neat recessed lights above the bed for reading. There was plenty of wardrobe space, with an in room safe in the wardrobe. Plenty of sockets in the desk for recharging and free wifi (although I agree with a previous reviewer that it was annoying to have to re-log in every day). The bathroom was a decent size with good lighting. There was no separate shower, the shower was over the bath but the step into the bath was not too high and the shower was quite powerful. We didn't eat in the hotel so can't comment on that. The hotel itself is in a great location just a couple of minutes walk from the plaza and 5-10 minutes walk from the bottom of Canyon Road. Plenty of restaurants within walking distance. We stayed 3 nights and didn't use the car at all while we were there. I would thoroughly recommend the hotel for a stay in Santa Fe and thanks to Stephanie and her staff for making our stay so comfortable.
Patricia186487 - Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Friends from out of town enjoyed lunch today with my partner and I and were blown away by the quality of the food, the presentation, and the cool ambience of Santa Fe style architecture, blended with contemporary furnishings and furniture. Emmi Whitehorse paintings meet woven ribbon sham pillows on modern bancos inside a Pueblo Revival style classy hotel/restaurant/bar. It never looks shabby or "old Western." Just tasteful and warm, clean and open. Lunch was Silver Coin margaritas - really exceptional, not too sweet, and Grilled Wild Shrimp Salad. Others enjoyed the Buffalo Sliders with spicy Kennbec fries. The peppery greens, grilled napales cut into small cubes, and apple shavings with a yummy vinaigrette combined well with the perfectly grilled and seasoned shrimp for a light but filling lunch. I don't understand why this restaurant is not in the top 10 of Santa Fe. Perhaps it's because it's not the biggest venue and people may think it pricey. But I have found the value excellent, as service, attention to detail, and Southwestern style food are consistent, and not always found throughout our fine city's restaurants. A must for fine dining!
Kris M - Santa Fe, United States
We just completed our first visit to Santa Fe and The Rosewood and couldn't be happier with our choice of hotels. Excellent room, staff, service & location combined to make our trip a memorable experience.
Terry R - Sanford, NC
We try to stay at small hotels. Service was top notch - they went out of their way to help us. Our room was great, I would absolutely stay at this hotel again. The hotel is just off the square, near everything.
gary a - Potomac, Maryland
Lovely room in the heart of Santa Fe. Walking distance to plaza, restaurants, close to many galleries.Gas fireplace,friendly staff, good breakfast though a bit pricey. Only wish we could have stayed longer.
812gillianc - Miami, Florida