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Visiting Santa Fe > Accommodations > Hotels and Motels
Just steps to the historic Santa Fe Plaza, Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe (formerly Hotel Plaza Real) offers an authentic Northern New Mexico escape.
More than 400 years of authentic, artistic tradition welcomes guests to Hotel Chimayó de Santa Fe. From the original artwork in every room to the décor and colors of the public areas, the unique traditions of Northern New Mexico infuse even the smallest decorative elements. Charming guestrooms and spacious suites offer complimentary WIFI, deluxe bedding, patio or balcony, and some have cozy wood burning fireplaces. The Low and Slow lowrider bar offers custom cocktails and regional cuisine, and the staff is friendly and accommodating with concierge services, and assistance in planning your daytrips in any direction. Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe is a truly an authentic experience.
Amenities: Cocktail Lounge, Fireplaces, Meeting Facilities, Restaurant.
Visiting Santa Fe > Accommodations > Vacation Rentals
Furnished 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, refurbished Adobe Casita in historic Guadalupe district. 10 minute walk to Plaza. Diamond trowel walls, pine floors, TV/Cable Internet, Jotul stove for cozy evenings; Gated courtyard/patio for off-street parking.
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Visiting Santa Fe > Local Resources > Religious
Santuario de Guadalupe
Built in 1781 west of the Santa Fe Plaza, the historic Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe church is now an art and history museum. The Santuario contains the Archdiocese of Santa Fe's collection of New Mexican santos (carved images of the saints), Italian Renaissance paintings, and Mexican baroque paintings. Among the treasured works is Our Lady of Guadalupe, one of the largest and finest oil paints of the Spanish Southwest, dated 1783 and signed by Jose de Alzibar, one of Mexico's most renowned painters.
Visiting Santa Fe > Shopping > Specialty Shops
Largest selection of Southwest posters and fine art prints. O'Keeffe's Baumann's and Tony Abeyta among many other artists. Picture Framing.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Family Activities
To firmly ground yourself in New Mexico's rich past, visit this museum on the Santa Fe Plaza. Built by the Spanish as a government building in 1610, the Palace remains the country's oldest continuously occupied public building. Its exhibits chronicle the history of Santa Fe as well as New Mexico and the region. American Indian artists sell their wares under its historic portal as part of the Native American Vendors Program. The New Mexico Museum of History, which is physically and thematically linked to the Palace of the Governors is now open.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Nightlife
Tia's Cocina (My Aunt's Kitchen) is a quaint gathering place where family and friends can experience simple dishes with the rich flavors of authentic New Mexican home cooking. Renowned Chef Estevan Garcia, a Santa Fe native, prepares the indigenous Northern New Mexican foods of Hispanic settlements like the Village of Chimayo that he originally learned from his Abuela (Grandmother). This menu originates from recipes enjoyed by New Mexican families for hundreds of years.
Families in Chimayo contributed to this authentic menu with their own family recipes handed down from generations. For other select items, Chef Estevan provides a modern twist on the traditional. Tia's Cocina is honored to serve authentic heirloom Chimayo chile known for it's robust flavor grown in Chimayo, New Mexico and exclusively for Tia's Cocina.