Hotel Fact Sheet
An intimate world-class retreat, Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi® celebrates the enduring creative spirit and traditions of the region's early Native Americans. Located in the heart of Santa Fe - a magical land where the sun casts alluring shadows on mountains, desert and adobe and the scent of piñon lingers in the crisp air - the Inn of the Anasazi offers an experience unique to New Mexico.
The Inn's interiors pay homage to the cliff-dwelling Anasazi Indians who flourished in the area centuries ago. Massive hand-carved doors open into an elegant microcosm of Southwestern style. Sculptured stairways, t-shaped doors and sandstone walls whisper of prehistoric Pueblo living. Huge cacti stand sentry, while gently contoured corridors and public spaces are adorned with distinct hand-crafted textiles, paintings, carvings and baskets from the Inn's collection of Native American, Hispanic and Anglo. Amid Santa Fe's atmosphere of earthiness and artful living, the Inn is a haven for travelers, spanning past and present with accommodations and amenities as beautiful and unusual as its setting.
Spanish missionaries founded Santa Fe, one of America's oldest and most beautiful cities, in 1609. 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 "City of the Holy Faith" has long nurtured the artisans whose work is proudly displayed in the shops of the historic plaza district. The Inn is located just steps from the plaza district, the cultural heart of the city. Over 200 galleries and museums in this small city display an incredible range of arts and artifacts while the natural surroundings offer endless possibilities for leisure and relaxation.
Airport: Albuquerque International Airport (60 miles), Santa Fe Airport (8 miles) (private planes and charters).
Driving Instructions: From Albuquerque International Airport: Take Sunport Blvd. to I-25 North; follow I-25 North to Santa Fe (approx. 57 miles). Exit Old Pecos Trail North (exit 284). At the top of the off ramp, turn left. At the third stoplight, turn right to stay on Old Pecos Trail. At Paseo de Peralta, turn right. Turn left at the stop sign at Marcy St. At Washington Ave., turn left. Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi is the third building on the left.
The Inn's 58 guest rooms feature an artful blend of Southwestern culture and luxurious amenities. Hand-crafted furnishings are framed under traditional ceilings of vigas and latillas. Authentic artwork from the region's diverse heritage blends with the intricate geometry of indigenous rugs and hand-woven fabrics.
Traditional Room The cozy 300-sq. -ft. Traditional Room features a four-poster king-size bed or two twin-size beds, handcrafted furnishings and a gas-lit kiva fireplace.
Superior Room This 370-sq. -ft. room is available with a four-poster king-size bed or two twin-size beds and accented with handcrafted furnishings and a gas-lit kiva fireplace.
Superior Room with Balcony Generously sized, this 410-sq. -ft. room features a king-size four-poster bed, handcrafted furnishings, gas-lit kiva fireplace and balcony with chaise lounges.
Deluxe Room The Deluxe Room offers over 500 sq. ft. of Santa Fe charm including a comfortable sitting area, a king-size four-poster bed, handcrafted furnishings and a gas-lit kiva fireplace.
Anasazi Suite The Inn's most spacious accommodation features a variety of bath and bedroom arrangements with a foyer, living room and dining area with seating for four. The suite is graced with thoughtful amenities including a spacious armoire, flat-screen TV, CD and DVD player, hardwood floors and two inviting fireplaces. Please call the hotel directly at 505.988.3030 for reservations and information on one- and two-bedroom suite options.
- Flat-panel LCD Television & DVD player
- Access to video library
- In-room safe
- Mini bar
- Coffee maker
- Complimentary wireless Internet access
- Lady Primrose toiletries
- Twice-daily housekeeping services including nightly turndown
- Complimentary newspaper daily
Services & Amenities
- Concierge service
- Valet parking
- In-room dining
- In-room massage & aromatherapy treatments
- Stationary exercise equipment available upon request
- Sightseeing tours & private guides available upon request
- The Library, housing a generous collection of books on Southwestern art, history & culture
- Business Center
- Arrangement of sightseeing tours & private guides
- The hotel is dog-friendly; fees apply
- The hotel is non-smoking
Meetings & Events
The Inn is a unique, year-round destination for corporate, incentive and leisure groups. Located on the first floor, the hotel's intimate meeting and event venues accommodate 10 to 75 guests with 1,118 sq. ft. of meeting space. Comprehensive meeting services, exceptional catering, a knowledgeable staff, high-speed Internet access and full A/V services complement all venues.
On the main floor of the inn, The Library is a resource for guests interested in exploring the myths, legends and lore of Santa Fe's indigenous cultures as well as a boardroom for corporate retreats, meetings and private dining.
The Wine Cellar
On the lower level of The Anasazi Restaurant, the award-winning Wine Cellar provides an intimate venue for private dining and small meetings of up to 12 guests.
The Anasazi Restaurant
One of New Mexico's most highly acclaimed culinary destinations, The Anasazi Restaurant offers an atmosphere that is welcoming, elegant and rusticly Southwestern. Regional artistry is tastefully displayed throughout the restaurant for patrons to enjoy from deep, cushioned chairs. Additionally, private dining is available for up to 12 guests in the restaurant's exclusive wine cellar.
The restaurant's menus change frequently and celebrate American cuisine infused with fresh, seasonal and regional ingredients. Signature dishes include Blue Corn Crusted Salmon with Citrus Jalapeno Sauce, Crimini Mushrooms and Spaghetti Squash, Nine-Spice Beef Tenderloin with Chipotle Modelo Beer Glaze, Raja Home Fries and Sage-Buttermilk Onion Rings.
Enhanced by the rhythm of life on the Plaza, at the Inn's Patio offers creative dining in an al fresco atmosphere.
- Santa Fe Plaza
- Canyon Road arts & crafts district
- Loretto Chapel
- St. Francis Cathedral
- San Miguel Mission
- Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
- Museum of Fine Arts
- Palace of the Governors
- The Museum of International Folk Art
- Institute of American Indian Arts Museum
- The Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
- Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
- Ancient Anasazi ruins of Chaco Canyon
- Bandelier National Park
- Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument
- Santa Fe Flea Market
- Santa Fe Opera (June to August)
- Aspen Santa Fe Ballet
- Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway
- Day trip via High Road to Taos Hiking
- White-water rafting on the Rio Grande River
- Fly-fishing (June to Sept.)
- Mountain biking
- Golf at Santa Fe Country Club, Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe and Pueblo de Cochiti
- Skiing and snowboarding at Ski Santa Fe, Angel Fire, Pajarito Mountain, Red River, Sandia Peak, Sipapu, Ski Apache, Wolf Creek & Taos Ski Valley
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