What are the best hotels in Santa Fe for a quiet escape?

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Tucked in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe is serene and inviting. Complementing the New Mexico landscape, Four Seasons Santa Fe has a main lodge and 65 private and cozy casitas with kiva fireplaces and outdoor terraces, which are scattered throughout the 57-acre property. It was designed as a place for wellness and rejuvenation, so you’ll have peace and quiet as well as privacy. For more serenity, visit the spa and indulge in one of the varied treatments, from massage to ayurvedic rituals, Eastern medicine and aesthetic arts.

You can also get your chakras in order at Santa Fe’s Zen-chic Sunrise Springs. You’ll find solitude on its 70 acres of ponds, gardens and wildlife. But if that doesn’t work, try the yoga and tai chi classes, Japanese-inspired spa, or release your tensions in the raku clay studio.

For a downtown option that still feels worlds away, check in to Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi, a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel located in Santa Fe's cultural center. Though you're just blocks from attractions like the New Mexico Museum of Art, the hotel's Southwestern style — including fireplaces and four-poster beds in guest rooms — is soothing, and the atmosphere is quiet.

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