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Inn and Spa at Loretto in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Effortlessly blending old-world charm with new-world splendor, New Mexico's Inn and Spa at Loretto offers a modern take on Southwest living. Built at the end of the historic Old Santa Fe Trail, high in the spectacular Sangre de Cristo Mountains, this member of Destination Hotels & Resorts is an architectural revelation of the landmark Taos Pueblo. Respectful and reflecting of the character and spirit of Santa Fe, the Inn and Spa at Loretto will have you relishing among its beamed ceiling with vigas and latillas, indigenous decor and authentic regional artwork. Spacious guest rooms and suites invite you in with rich, vibrant colors and textures and luxurious amenities.

The Inn is ideally located in the heart of Santa Fe, near the Palace of Governors and within walking distance to art galleries, museums, restaurants and boutiques. From this base you can explore the town's lively Native American and Spanish market and the captivating Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. For outdoor enthusiasts, adventures range from hiking Pecos National Historical Park or taking a sunset trail ride through glowing hills of the nearby mountains. When your day is through, you can return for the ultimate in pampering at the Spa at Loretto, or relax in the Inn's casual restaurant and sculpture garden.

Location of Inn and Spa at Loretto

Inn and Spa at Loretto
211 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Nearest Airport: ABQ

Amenities for Inn and Spa at Loretto

  • General Information
  • 134 Guest Rooms
  • Ecologically Sustainable Practices
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Complimentary Newspaper
  • Laundry Service
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Live Entertainment
  • Valet Parking
  • Art Collection
  • Boutique
  • Lounge
  • Outdoor Heated Pool
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Bathrobes
  • CD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Activities
  • Hiking
  • Tennis
  • River Rafting
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Art Galleries
  • Museums
  • Golf
  • Hot Air Ballooning
  • Interests
  • Golf
  • Spring Getaways

Reviews for Inn and Spa at Loretto

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We stayed here for a few nights with our 2 children. The property was very clean, warm and inviting. Walking distance to anything you need and a short drive from the ski slopes. There were nightly activities which my children (5 & 7) really enjoyed. The outdoor pool was nice too. Also had a very friendly and helpful staff.

Holly G - Dallas, Texas

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

This hotel is right off the Plaza in Santa Fe. We booked a room last minute about an hour before we checked in. We decided to do one day through Santa Fe with the kids on the way home from CO. Even though check-in wasn't until 4pm they got us a room right way when we got there around 1pm. They gave us an upgraded room with a fireplace and balcony overlooking the pool. The rooms are not super nice or updated, but they are have a great vibe and the balcony was spectacular. We spent time at the pool and the bartender Christian was able to get us drinks, great margaritas, and food even though he didn't technically open until 30 minutes later. The food that we ordered at the pool was not very good, and he said it was probably because it was during shift change over in the kitchen. Later I stopped by the restaurant in the hotel, Luminarias, to ask about grabbing dinner there after the kids went to bed, and was told they were not taking any more walk-in's or reservations because they were short staffed. I found that to be somewhat unacceptable given that we couldn't leave the property because of the kids. I spoke with Alesus, not sure if that's correct spelling, but she was just amazingly nice and helpful. She was the manager on duty and had already helped us several times. Seriously, she is the example of taking care of clients and building loyalty. She took care of it and we were able to order food, go down and pick it up, and eat on the balcony in the room. Overall, the hotel has a very cool vibe. It's nice, open, beautiful, and we had numerous people from the bellhops, the valet guys, to Christian the bar-tender and especially the manager that helped us. So, we would definitely return. The hotel is beautiful, and the service was spectacular.

dgeorge77 - Fort Worth, Texas

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

This was the 2nd stay for us and both were great! We visited in December, during the winter and again most recently in mid-August. The room on both visits were nicely made and warm in feeling. The staff most accommodating and friendly, including in the Luminaria. The Luminaria restaurant had the most excellent food, especially the Blue Corn Enchiladas/Filet Mignon! I have to counter one recent reviewer on his over exaggeration of the elevator (there are 2 elevators available, by the way, at the other end of the hall which opens near the restaurant, Luminaria) was just that; also there were outlets available at the base of the bedside lamps, so both my husband and I were able to charge both our phones at the same time. This is a boutique-style hotel, so the bathroom is designed as such. If one is looking to "spread-out" and is in need of plenty of counter space, then probably the Comfort Inn or Holiday Inn best suits one's style. The overall experience on each of our visits has been first rate. You can't beat the location (walking distance to everything) and their convenient valet parking! We plan to visit again!

ambling p - Denver, Colorado

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights in mid-August. We really enjoyed our stay there. Our room was large and clean and had a wonderful balcony. All of the staff we encountered were warm and accommodating. The location can't be beat and the Lumenaria restaurant is wonderful!

Sue K - Irving, TX

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I had high hopes for the Inn and Spa at Loretto. It is, after all, an iconic landmark on the Santa Fee scene. I'd hazard to guess that everyone that has ever visited the downtown area has taken a picture of it at one point or another. It is stunning from the outside. I booked our room several months in advance but for some reason, I was only "allowed" to book the room for three nights, vs the two that I actually wanted. No other reservations were available according to the reservation desk person because it was "Indian Market Week". I was attending the Opera on a Saturday night and had to purchase the Thursday Night in order to get Friday and Saturday Night all at $400 bucks per night. Not the best customer service, but I guess I understand. EXCEPT THAT WHEN I GOT THERE IT WASN'T INDIAN MARKET WEEK. I can not tell you how disappointed I was to find that not only wasn't the hotel even remotely full, but that I had paid a premium price for an otherwise normal weekend and forced to buy an extra day for the privilege. Overall, I have to say that the hotel is nothing special. The rooms, although well appointed with furniture and linens, are structurally dated. The bathrooms look perpetually dirty due to the very old tile on the walls and floors. Electric outlets are sparse and made worse by not having them available via bedside lamps or desktop ports. My room in particular had a single window in the corner. The room was always dark not only because the window was small, but also because the curtains were so heavy and thick that you couldn't open them fully to let in what meager light the small window would allow. The "courtyard view" I paid for was that of the roof of the next building over and only if I leaned out the window (not recommending it), could you get an obtuse view of the pool area. Consistent with the need for an interior overhaul is THE SLOWEST elevator on the planet. The building is only four floors, but this thing jumped like a bucking bronco every time you got in it and unfortunately it (yes, a SINGULAR ELEVATOR) is the only one available. It was not unusual to have to wait several minutes for it (singular) to arrive and to have dust fall on your head when the elevator stopped and started. The Pros: Hotel staff is friendly and welcoming. Luminaria Restaurant is fantastic for breakfast or dinner or in-betweens. Location is excellent with the Plaza a block and a half away and great restaurants and sites all within walking distance. The Cons: Dated interiors, carpets, floor and tiles in bathrooms; made the place look dirty and dingy. "Off kilter" windows, that were impractical for sun or sights (maybe at $400/night you don't get much). Overall, I think I was gouged on the price and the room was only average. Having stayed in some very nice hotels around the world, I can say that I have paid much less and gotten much more in return.

Bob F - Boulder, Colorado

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