Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi

Santa Fe style done with a smile
Located just off the historic Santa Fe Plaza, Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi was designed to resemble the traditional dwellings of the local tribes. Enormous handcrafted doors open to a world of authentic artwork, carvings and textiles synonymous with the Southwest. The lobby sets a sense of place for arriving guests with its rough-hewn tables, leather furnishings, unique objects and huge cactus plants in terra-cotta pots. The region’s integrity is maintained in the guestrooms, where fireplaces and four-poster beds rest under ceilings of vigas and latillas, and bathrooms are stocked with toiletries made locally with native cedar extract. The restaurant earns praise for honoring the area’s culinary heritage.
Our Inspector's Highlights
• Anasazi Restaurant. From breakfast to dinner and cocktails on the patio in between, the restaurant focuses on traditional Mexican favorites with a gourmet twist.

• Anasazi is a boutique hotel with an intimate feel. Expect the staff to remember your name and personalize your stay with little extras like eyeglass wipes left next to your reading glasses and humidifiers in every room.

• Massages. In-room aromatherapy massages are just the thing after a long day touring the local art galleries.

• Location. The hotel sits in picturesque downtown Santa Fe and is within walking distance of several museums, artisanal boutiques and unforgettable restaurants.

• The luxury hotel has a Southwestern design scheme. From the pots of cacti to cowhide chairs to kiva fireplaces in all the guest rooms, you’ll never forget that you’re in a very special part of the world.
Things to Know
• If you’re interested in locally owned art galleries, cultural museums, boutiques and Mexican food, you can’t find a better spot than this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel, which gives you access to all of that and more.

• You may have to resist the urge to hunker down in your guest room. With kiva fireplaces, comfortable beds and luxurious bathrooms, it may be difficult to leave your room to explore Santa Fe. Be warned.

• The restaurant should be on your itinerary. If you ate every single meal of your trip at Anasazi Restaurant, we wouldn’t blame you. A rotating menu of seasonal ingredients and gourmet Mexican recipes make it a sure thing.

• The staff is top-notch. Every member of the staff will address you by name and do whatever they can to make sure you’re having the best visit possible.

• Massages are available. While the luxury hotel doesn’t have a separate spa, in-room massage treatments are available for extra relaxation.
The Rooms
• The 58 guest rooms and suites at Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi offer handcrafted furniture, luxurious amenities and Southwestern charm.

• Each room has a gas-lit traditional kiva fireplace that doesn’t give much heat, so you can enjoy its ambience year round.

• Wi-Fi is complimentary and you’ll have a flat-screen television with a DVD player, a Keurig coffeemaker with complimentary coffee and bottles of water to beat the heat.

• Rooms come standard with a well-stocked mini-bar, Lady Primrose bath products and cozy robes. Superior rooms with balconies offer private outdoor spaces.
The Look
• With kiva fireplaces, leather furniture and rough-hewn tables, the hotel has a decidedly Southwestern theme.

• You’ll also find all the conveniences of the 21st century with flat-screen televisions, DVD players and Keurig coffeemakers in every room.

• The guest room hallways have a gorgeous rock water fountain that looks like it comes straight from ancient times.

• Touches like Lady Primrose bath products, in-room massages and 24-hour room service make this Four-Star hotel a luxurious getaway.
Getting There
113 Washington Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
SAF (20 min)  
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