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.