The Inn of the Five Graces
Arizona, The Southwest, United States of America
At a Glance
Located in the historic district of Santa Fe
Beautiful and colorful décor at every turn - especially the grand mosaic bathrooms
Native America and Spanish history makes for a fascinating melting pot of cultures
Attentive staff who are ready to share hidden gems with you
Acclaimed Relais & Chateux restaurant
From adrenaline river rafting to outdoor orchestra there is something for everyone
Best time to Visit
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Spring is the best time to visit the desert. Summer may be vacation season, but temperatures reach or exceed 40°C degree with high humidity. In Spring, especially late March and April, daytime temperatures tend to be in a comfortable 20-30°C range. Everything's in bloom and the weather is at its best. Fall is also a good time to visit. Late September through mid-November often has pleasant days and cool nights.
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Tucked away in a quiet, ancient neighborhood in Santa Fe, the Inn of the Five Graces is a sumptuous yet relaxed inn with an unmistakable East-meets-West feel. The gardens abound with flowering plants, gurgling fountains and cosy nooks to relax into.
Being a Relais & Chateaux hotel, the management and staff at The Inn of the Five Graces have created a property that fits right in with the kind of memorable properties you hear about in Morocco and Bali. The décor differs from the cliché Santa Fe style, yet locals would tell you that this melding of styles is what true Santa Fe style is all about.
The suites have Asian and Latin American antiques and art, kilim rugs, jewel-tone throw pillows, and mosaic-tile bathrooms; most have fireplaces, and many have soaking tubs or walk-in steam showers. The personal service stands out: treats are left on your pillow, refrigerators are stocked, and afternoon margarita and wine-and-cheese spreads, an exquisite breakfast, and even daily walking tours are all available. In the spa treatment room you can book treatments to salve the skin from the high, dry mountain climate.
The 315 Restaurant & Wine Bar is an intimate restaurant offering a French menu under the guidance of Chef Louis Moskow since 1995. The dishes complemented by a seasonal wine list and colorful environment make for a great dining experience. Alternatively, some of the award-wining restaurants of Santa Fe are just a few blocks away waiting to be explored.
The Inn's secluded stone courtyard lined with lush foliage and relaxing fountains invites you in to relax at the end of the day. However, if you are after some invigoration you can always head to the fitness suite for a work out or to the spa for some rejuvenation.
Santa Fe is surrounded by glorious landscapes which are transformed seasonally and is full of culture for you to learn about. A day trip to the pueblos is very enlightening, a visit to the one of the several galleries is thought provoking and an evening spent at Santa Fe's opera house not only provides you with entertainment but it also offers perfect sunset vistas.
The Inn of the Five Graces has 24 guest rooms to include 21 suites. As you enter each room or suite you are whisked away into a different world. Each is individual and has carefully been crafted to be beautiful and comfortable. All have wood burning fireplaces, some have private balconies, most have king size beds and sitting areas. They are garnished with colorful fabrics and mosaics and the bathrooms are complete with double sinks, deep soaking tubs and separate showers.
Spacious two-bedroom house with views of the San Miguel Mission, the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, and the lovely courtyard. The house has five fireplaces (indoor and outdoor), two patios and two decks. Each bedroom is on its own floor and has a plush king size bed, large closet, wood burning fireplace and a mosaic tiled bathroom. The living rooms has a fireplace, a L-shaped sofa and cathedral ceilings.
These spacious suites have a king size bed, wood-burning fireplace, a kitchenette and a separate living area. They overlook the courtyard.
Features a king size bed, a wood burning fireplace, a kitchenette and separate living area furnished with club chairs or a sofa.
Measure 28 sq m and feature a king size bed, stone fireplace, kitchenette and sitting area.
Features a king size bed, separate living area furnished with club chairs or a sofa, a kitchenette most have wood-burning fireplaces and all overlook the courtyard. Lavender additionally has a full kitchen.
Camellia is the only superior room. It is found in a quiet back corner of the courtyard making it very private. It features a king size bed, patio, club chairs and a stone fireplace.
|Two-Bedroom Suite Rosemary||
Located on the second floor above the main courtyard. Each bedroom has a king-size bed and a mosaic-tiled bathroom with a soaking tube and shower. Living room has armchairs set around a recessed fireplace and a table for private dining. The private balcony has view over the courtyard and towards the distant Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
|Two-Bedroom Suite Silktree||
Located on the second floor with views of the flowered courtyards and the low golden buildings of Santa Fe. The large master bedroom features a king bed and a grand mosaic en-suite. The second bedroom has a queen bed and has walk0in shower. The living room is furnished with win back chairs and a love seat facing the stone fireplace.
|Two-Bedroom Suite Amber||
Located on the first floor of the historic stone building. The master bedroom has a luxurious king size bed, and the second bedroom a queen size bed. There is one bathroom, a living area featuring a river rock fireplace, large sofa and lounge chairs and a kitchenette.
Breakfast at The Inn of The Five Graces is made to order and you can choose to eat it in the privacy of your suite or in the tree shaded courtyard. A large variety is on offer from granola to red or green chilli!
The 315 Restaurant and Wine Bar is found adjacent to the hotel and here you can find a menu offering classic French cuisine using fresh meat, produce, dairy products, herbs and spices. The menu therefore changes daily depending on what the market has to offer. Room service is available to hotel guests during restaurant hours.
Guest suites are dotted around a series of historic courtyards which provide the ideal place to enjoy the blues skies and fresh air on some of the elegant outdoor furniture. There is a fitness center for fitness buffs who want to continue with their regime whilst away and professional trainers and yoga instructors are available upon request.There is of course the Spa too where treatments are available to waken the senses and relax the muscles.
Santa Fe, known as the "The City of Different" is the oldest continually inhabited city in the US making it a culturally rich city to explore. The Inn of the Five Graces is ideally located in the center of the historic downtown area. The pueblos are often the first stop on many visitor's list, walking through these narrow streets and taking in the fascinating architecture transports you to a different era. There are many festivals which take place throughout the year. Head to the Georgia O'Keefe Museum or the Nuart Gallery for some more culture. The hot springs in Ojo Caliente (1-hour drive) are a wonderful experience, or embark on some hiking in the surrounding mountains.
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Location & directions
Arizona, The Southwest, United States of America
The Inn of the Five Graces is located just two blocks away from the Plaza and the Palace of the Governors, and is right in the heart of the city. The cultural, historic and retail centers of Santa Fe are just blocks away, as is Canyon Road, a lively thoroughfare of galleries, shops and restaurants.