Find the Way to Santa Fe

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Find the Way to Santa Fe

New Mexico is known as the “Land of Enchantment.” This name comes from a rich combination of multi-cultural heritage, natural beauty and creative arts. Tucked into the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Santa Fe is a unique New Mexico travel destination that blends Southwestern hospitality with 325 days of sunshine and outdoor action. It is a city rich in artistic talent. Georgia O'Keefe settled in Sante Fe and many other leading artists draw inspiration by making their homes in this city. Most visitors to Santa Fe fly into Albuquerque International Sunport and rent a car for a short scenic drive to Santa Fe or connect to a commuter flight directly into the Santa Fe Municipal Airport.

On arrival, there are many area hotels and resorts available. Most visitors recommend staying and playing at the La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa; a small luxury resort that echoes the enchantment of Santa Fe. Featured in Architectural Digest, National Geographic Traveler and Sunset Magazine, La Posada de Santa Fe is like an intimate village within downtown Santa Fe, reminiscent of the adobe art colony that occupied the same site in the 1930s. Today as a member of the Leading Hotels of the World, Posada de Santa Fe continues to attract well-known writers, artists and sophisticated travelers.

By day, there is plenty to do. The resort is just two blocks from Santa Fe's historic Plaza and over 200 art galleries are within walking distance. Active travelers enjoy rounds of golf at nearby championship courses. Taos and Santa Fe ski resorts and white water rafting excursions are also close by. Later, work out the kinks at the resort's fitness center, in the year-round heated outdoor pool or with a rejuvenating treatment at the world-class spa. At night, dine on signature Santa Fe cuisine at the AAA four-diamond rated La Fuego restaurant. Stop by the romantic and historic Staab House Bar for a nightcap. Featured on Unsolved Mysteries, the ghost of Mrs. Staab, a former resident of an estate on the site, is reputed to make an appearance from time to time. End the day by lingering under the starlit sky on the private patio before retiring to a distinctive guestroom or suite filled with an array of pampering amenities. Tomorrow is another enchanting day at the Posada de Santa Fe.



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