La Posada Santa Fe
Recently, we stayed at La Posada Santa Fe for a wedding. This luxury hotel was beautiful and we still can’t get over the gorgeous grounds. For those reasons, we thought we’d share a few of our photos so you can see for yourself just how lovely it is!
The Spa & Fitness Area of La Posada Santa Fe
| La Posada Santa Fe Is Known For Its Art |
Swooning Over The Stunning Natural Backdrop |
Santa Fe New Mexico is a quick flight from Dallas and we love traveling here. There’s something absolutely magical about Santa Fe; from the adobes to the art to the delicious Southwestern cuisine and culture it’s a places that wows time and time again.
10 Reasons to Love La Posada Santa Fe
- Authentic casita style room! The rooms are seriously comfortable accommodations and each one is a bit different. The one we stayed in was multi-level with a beautiful fireplace and patio.
- This hotel has a lot of history. Some of the rooms are over 200 years old!
- The property. The grounds are gorgeous with the landscaping being some of the best we’ve seen.
- Year-round outdoor heated saline swimming pool with drink service.
- Fantastic spa and fitness center. We tried the morning yoga on the roof and absolutely loved it. Such a refreshing way to start the day!
- It’s perfect for events. Our friends’ wedding was absolutely beautiful and we loved the intimate feel of it.
- The Patio Restaurant and Staab House. We enjoyed sitting outside during the day and in the evening the bartender at Staab House, a historic cocktail bar in the hotel, whipped me a delicious mocktail since I was pregnant.
- It’s minutes away from the historic Santa Fe Plaza and Canyon Road – a southwestern art enthusiasts dream.
- Impressive professionally curated art gallery.
- Resort activities such as smore’s by the fire, margarita tastings and art tours.
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