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Visiting Santa Fe > Accommodations > Hotels and Motels
La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa is set on six beautifully landscaped acres steps from the city's historic Plaza and Canyon Road. This AAA Four Diamond Award-winning resort features it's own art gallery, richly appointed adobe style casitas, a lavish spa, salon and the award-winning Fuego for contemporary cuisine in an intimate and elegant atmosphere. Amenities: Cocktail Lounge
Hot Tub or Sauna
Visiting Santa Fe > Accommodations > Vacation Rentals
Townhouse with unobstructed views of the Sangre and Jemez mountain ranges from every window. Sunset deck off master bedroom. Second bedroom also has full bath. Located in quiet Rancho Viejo, with its open space and miles of trails. 2 car garage. Gas kiva fireplace, beams and vigas exudes Southwestern feel.
Santa Fe enjoys a semi-arid climate. Due to the 7000-ft elevation, summers are extremely mild with warm sunny days and cool breezy nights. Air conditioning is seldom necessary in Santa Fe (although this townhouse does include it). Nestled between the Sangre de Cristo Mountains (east) and the Jemez Mountains (west), winters are usually mild although nights are often below freezing. The low humidity and clear blue skies free from smog produces one of the most healthful environments in the US. Sun shines 300 days/yr.
As an Easterner, this climate is super, as the aridness produces much sunshine, and little humidity, which, at both hot and cold temperatures, makes one feel great!
Visiting Santa Fe > Must-See Events > June
WHEN: June 21 - 22, 2014
Herb garden tours, lavender and herb product vendors, lectures on cultivating lavender and hands-on activitiesǃ
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Road Trips > Fascinating New Mexico Excursions
New Mexico is the oldest wine-producing region in the country. Spanish missionaries brought the first grape vines here when they journeyed to an Indian pueblo near Socorro nearly 400 years ago and began making sacrificial wine for religious ceremonies. The tradition continues today, with more than two dozen winemakers across the state producing an impressive variety of wine using grapes that thrive beneath New Mexico's famous turquoise skies. You can sample these award-winning wines in tasting rooms around the state and at annual festivals and other events. Click on the above web link for driving maps, tasting room and winery locations, and more information.
Visiting Santa Fe > Weddings > Locations
This beautiful adobe style bed & breakfast accommodates families as well as the art and outdoors enthusiast. Gourmet hot breakfast, cozy fireplaces, free wireless internet, scenic views - great value starting at $99. Nestled in the southeast foothills 7.5 miles from the Santa Fe Plaza and less than 25 miles to Ski Santa Fe.
What's Happening > Ongoing
WHEN: Various Fall & Winter Dates
Winter Pueblo feast days and dances held at Indian pueblos surrounding Santa Fe are open to visitors. Schedulues can change, please visit our Indian Pueblos
section for more information.