Editors' Picks

Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi

Luxurious, tranquil, polished, centrally located

113 Washington Ave, Santa Fe 87501


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At a Glance

Inn of the Anasazi is a family-friendly oasis in the heart of downtown Santa Fe with beautiful surroundings and excellent service.

Indagare Loves

  • The convenient location off of Santa Fe Plaza
  • The two-bedroom Anasazi Suite, with a dining area, hardwood floors and fireplace
  • Late afternoon nachos and margaritas on the Patio, a lovely alfresco spot


Located a stone’s throw from the Palace of the Governors, the fifty-eight-room Anasazi is within walking distance of pretty much every museum, restaurant and boutique the city has to offer. This enviable location, however, also means that the three-story pueblo-style hotel occupies a long sliver of real estate tightly framed by neighboring buildings, so views are nonexistent. The rooms themselves, however, are designed with such style and care for detail that guests don’t seem to mind.

The Inn opened in 1990, but when Rosewood took over the management in 2005 and then again in 2014, the company invested serious money to update and renovate interiors. The inspiration is the Southwest, as can be seen in the Navajo-pattern carpets and throws, comfy chaises covered in cowhide, wrought-iron furniture and intricately carved wooden doors. Every guest room has a kiva fireplace (gas, however, not wood-burning) and a spacious bathroom. There are a few lovely, serene common areas, including a library stocked with Southwest-related titles and two cozy drawing rooms, where guests can have tea and escape the bustle outside. A nice touch is the well-edited original art on display, all created by contemporary Santa Fe artists.

The Inn of the Anasazi is run by Rosewood, and consistently receives the best marks for service in Santa Fe; it does feel a touch more formal, and professional, than such properties as the Inn of the Five Graces and the Inn on the Alameda. The Anasazi Restaurant and Bar is known as being among Santa Fe’s best.

Who Should Stay

For travelers who prefer high-end amenities and flawless service, this is the only choice in town. Though families are very welcome, couples and those who wish to be within easy walking distance of restaurants, shops and galleries will be happy and comfortable here.

Written by Simone Girner

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