Located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe, Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi celebrates the enduring creative spirit and traditions of the region, offering travelers an elegantly modern take on Pueblo life.
Beautifully outfitted residential-style suite with one or two bedrooms, foyer, living room and dining area (1,010 sq. ft.)
Generously sized balcony suites offering 410 to 550 sq. ft. of luxurious accommodations and upgraded amenities
Extra space for an open seating area with convertible sofa bed (370 sq. ft.)
In celebration of our 30th anniversary, enjoy 30% off when you stay during the month of September and other exclusive offerings
Exclusive offer in honor of Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi’s 30th Anniversary
An intimate world-class retreat, Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi offers a luxurious stay with complimentary breakfast, complimentary valet parking and a nightly hotel credit
Taking a cue from both its Spanish heritage and the history of the land, Santa Fe dining shines at Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi, fusing old-world techniques with modern, innovative recipes.
Inspired by Santa Fe’s rich culinary and cultural history
Known for its Silver Coin margaritas and classic cocktails
The rhythm of the plaza and the flavors of Santa Fe take center stage
An intimate setting for private events with fine wines and dishes embracing Santa Fe's culinary heritage
Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi offers true immersion into the culture and traditions of Santa Fe.
Michelin starred Chef Bruno Davaillon hosts Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi's Wine & Chile 2020 event, featuring two separate Wine Lunches and Wine Dinners on Friday, September 25th and Saturday, September 26th.
A unique guided tasting of a variety of distinguished premium tequilas, available for up to eight guests. Private tastings are available upon request.
Offering a charming boutique experience in a town full of warmth and color, Inn of the Anasazi welcomes families with its Southwestern hospitality.
For our guests' enjoyment, custom ANASAZI bicycles are available for guest use. Suggested routes would be as follows: Santa Fe Plaza/Historic Square, Canyon Road, Railyard District, and River Route.