What are the rooms like at The Inn of the Five Graces?

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Steve Larese

The Inn of the Five Graces is known for its opulent rooms bedecked in antiques and art from the East and Middle East. Each room has its own floor plan and character depending on the historic structure it now occupies. Rooms are made either of adobe or riverstone, and all incorporate antique carved wooded and stone accents, tables and doors, Afghan rugs, Tibetan cabinets and tile mosaics created by owner Sylvia Seret. Keurig coffee makers, Taylors of Harrogate teas, Taos-made Desert Blends bath products and heavy robes set the rooms. Chips and salsa greet guests upon arrival at the Santa Fe hotel, and the non-alcoholic beverages provided are complimentary.

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