February 7, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
Nearest Airport: ABQ
Amenities for Inn and Spa at Loretto
- General Information
- 134 Guest Rooms
- Ecologically Sustainable Practices
- 24-Hour Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Laundry Service
- Fitness Center
- Live Entertainment
- Valet Parking
- Art Collection
- Outdoor Heated Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- CD Players
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- River Rafting
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Art Galleries
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Spring Getaways
Reviews for Inn and Spa at Loretto
LOVE LOVE, this hotel. This is by far my favorite hotel near the plaza. The staff is extremely friendly and right there to help. The hotel has the traditional southwest style, a couple blocks to the plaza. Far enough to be private, close enough to walk to shopping, restaurants etc within minutes. Very safe, reasonably priced in January for a great getaway. We are in the bar, they offer a bar menu as well as the full restaurant menu in the bar and the food was great. The rooms are very quite and you don't hear noise in the hall. Can't wait to go back and stay here
Needing a day of relaxation and facial treatments. The massage and facial was average, however the waxing of facial hair was terrible. Knew it was overly hot but afterwards saw my skin had been burned. Will never go there again.
Our family of 4 stayed over the New Years Holiday and loved every bit of our stay at the Inn and Spa at Loretto. The service and friendliness of the staff made us feel welcome our entire time there. The Living Room was a great stop for afternoon breaks and Happy Hour. The location could not be any better as we were easily able to walk to the Plaza and to nearby restaurants. Room service meal was quick and delicious. The valet service was always fast and polite. Our trip to Santa Fe was a huge success thanks to the Inn and Spa at Loretto.
MattR10 - Houston, Texas
I've driven past this hotel before but never stayed there until this weekend. My wife booked the hotel unbeknownst to me. It was a pleasant surprise. Our flight from Phoenix had us arrive at the hotel too early so the room was not ready and the occupancy was at 100 percent. We relaxed at the heated pool and in the lobby by the fireplace until the room became available. This hotel is in the heart of Santa Fe and is in extremely high demand. The front desk staff was professional, pleasant and quite hospitable. The Valet staff was available, polite and respectful. We left our luggage in our rental car in their secured lot. When the first room became available, we were notified. The room itself was too small as we were travelling with our 18 year old daughter and 16 year old son. We requested a larger room and were quickly accommodated. Due to the high occupancy, there were little choices for us but BJ (at the front desk) Linda (at the front desk) and Dylan (front desk manager) all banded together to work a little magic. We were re assigned to a larger room where the kids fit. Thank you so much BJ, Linda and Dylan. You guys ROCK!! The room was clean spacious and suitable. We loved it. Over the course of the five nights we were there, we had several interactions with the front desk. All positive. Dominique, Vernon and Eli are also excellent. The front desk staff is clearly well trained. I'm sure we are not the only ones to appreciate this. Thank you all. We utilized the bar in the lobby and the restaurant as well. Special kudos to Christian and Jaime for assisting us. Polite, professional guys that do a great job. The location of the hotel is PERFECT!! Close to all the action of downtown Santa Fe. It's location is in walking distance to shops, historic places, parks and other restaurants. The Loretto Chapel with the magical staircase is directly next door. The Cathedral Basilica of St Francis of Assisi is around the corner. Make sure you speak with Diane, the concierge, when you stay there. She advised us to drive up the Gorge Bridge and we did. Spectacular, yet scary views as this bridge sits 584 feet above the river. She also recommended an Italian Restaurant, Pranzo, in the railroad yards. Great recommendations!! Thanks to everyone at The Inn and Spa at Loretto. We had a GREAT WEEKEND!!!
SunnyK3434 - Gilbert, Arizona
My wife and I were horrified by our room and switched hotels without staying a single night. Our trip, which was a much needed vacation for very hardworking people, would have been ruined if we had to stay here. The staff was quite helpful in with our move, which (aside from the spa) is the only thing that didnâ€™t leave me with a sour taste and a feeling that we narrowly escaped being bamboozled (I note, however, that we apparently were lucky because the person who let us cancel our reservation without charge was new and should not have let us do so). The facade and lobby are a bait and switch: you think you have arrived at a well-appointed property, but the hotel is a pseudo-luxury run down shell (think the athlete that should have retired last season, but persists in playing and is difficult to watch). The first hint was the lack of anyone to help with our bags (or even a luggage cart). The second hint was the worn out, stained carpeting in the hallway leading to our room. In hindsight, the second we stepped off the elevator and saw that carpet, we should have turned around and asked for a refund (which we did get when we moved to another hotel). The room itself was supposed to be an upgraded king room with a balcony, a view, and a fireplace. Not so. What we got was a postage stamp -- so small that the bed and two chairs took up nearly the entire room (with only carry-on luggage, the room was so full that we could not move around it easily). There was not even a coffee table or desk, just a broken footstool, and a tiny dresser that contained a very noisy, empty, dorm-room-sized refrigerator. The upholstery on the chairs was dingy and worn-out. The room also suffered significant noise from the street and some kind of motor in a mechanical area that apparently shared a wall with our room. The balcony was a decent size, but the â€śviewâ€ť was of the hotel carport and the building across the street (as we were on the 2nd floor, the â€ścity viewâ€ť was nothing more than a street view â€“ and the street across from the hotel is rather bleak). Then there was the bathroom: tiny and lit what I can only describe as institutional or hospital lighting. In sum, this place is unacceptable, particularly given its prices. I would never even think about staying here and will warn everyone I know never to stay here.