Plan, pack and experience. From on-property activities, local culture and information, to tips on ways to explore the area, we want to immerse you in everything that our location offers. With Destination Suitcase, be inspired to explore our unique destination with a virtual suitcase of recommended items to help lead you on a path to individual discovery.
Our mountains and the city of Santa Fe hold an endless variety of bike trail options. There is terrain for every skill level making Santa Fe a perfect stepping off point for cycling adventure.
From ancient ruins and Native American Pueblos to sacred sites and natural wonders, you’ll be delighted by the many opportunities that are available just a short drive from downtown Santa Fe.
At the crossroads of modern sophistication and authentic Southwestern charm stands Luminaria Restaurant and Patio, an award-winning Santa Fe, NM restaurant offering casual fine dining.
Enjoy progressive Santa Fe cuisine at its finest with ingredients sourced from by local farmers, as well as the finest regional meats and game, all in a tranquil, inviting setting.
The Sangre de Cristo Mountains feature miles of excellent hiking trails through pristine wilderness. Explore a plethora of trails, from easy to hard, located in the shaded forests of piñon, juniper and ponderosa trees. Enjoy the incredible views from atop!
For centuries, travelers in search of a higher spiritual calling have been attracted to Santa Fe for its mystical energy. Shaped by the many diverse cultures that have called this area home, Santa Fe encompasses an uplifting, rewarding experience for eah traveler who today passes this way.
Come soak in the splendor of Santa Fe at The Spa at Loretto and prepare for a journey that will satisfy the senses and soothe the soul.
Offering some of the city's finest shops and galleries, the Inn and Spa at Loretto is home to several shops and galleries, creating the perfect onsite retail corridor for window-shopping, gallery hopping and gift buying.
One of the best places to ski is right here in the Santa Fe area. The ski season typically lasts from late fall through early spring, bringing up to 300 inches of snow a year to some ski resorts and plenty of races, winter festivals and other events.