T+L’s Guide to Santa Fe
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1. Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe

8.2
198 State Road 592, Santa Fe, NM
Resort · 18 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: A 2008 hotel in Tesuque, a bedroom community of Santa Fe that is home to the renowned Santa Fe Opera. The staff is warm and attentive; the chef at Terra is a proponent of the "modern rustic style."

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2. Hotel St. Francis

7.1
210 Don Gaspar Ave, Santa Fe, NM
Hotel · Downtown Santa Fe · 10 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: Downtown Santa Fe’s oldest hotel, its previously European interiors recently renovated into a simple haute-monk aesthetic. At the Secreto Lounge, cocktails are served with small-batch bitters.

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3. Inn and Spa at Loretto

8.5
211 Old Santa Fe Trl (West Alameda and Old Santa Fe Trail), Santa Fe, NM
Hotel · Downtown Santa Fe · 79 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: A luxury boutique hotel a block from Santa Fe Plaza.

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4. La Fonda Santa Fe

8.8
100 E San Francisco St (at Shelby St.), Santa Fe, NM
Hotel · Downtown Santa Fe · 23 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: The rooftop bar of this landmark Santa Fe hotel is the perfect place for cocktails.

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5. Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi

8.4
113 Washington Ave, Santa Fe, NM
Hotel · Downtown Santa Fe · 11 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: This 58-room Rosewood Hotel is designed in classic Southwestern style.

6. Adelitas

5700 4th St NW, Albuquerque, NM
Food · 1 tip

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: Here, the lengua taco is the best in town, and there’s a mole poblano as rich as Croesus.

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7. Alicia's Tortilleria

1314 Rufina Cir (Rufina Street), Santa Fe, NM
Mexican Restaurant · 2 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: Women in drawstring pajamas queue up for the piping-hot tortillas sporting “a magical elasticity.” The chile burritos are a standout.

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8. El Parasol

7.9
1833 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, NM
Mexican Restaurant · 14 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: A counter-only joint with no tables. The soft shredded taco and the crisp, intense chicharrón in the burrito are excellent.

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9. La Cocina de Doña Clara

Santa Fe, NM
Mexican Restaurant · Downtown Santa Fe · 3 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: A no-frills place with a dedicated clientele deep into their food, most often the outstanding gordita de rajas con queso, a little spice pocket of warmth filled with chiles and cheese.

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10. Restaurant Martin

6.8
526 Galisteo St (at Paseo De Peralta), Santa Fe, NM
American Restaurant · Downtown Santa Fe · 15 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: Chef Martin Rios makes good use of local ingredients to create colorful plates—the organic golden-beet carpaccio couldn’t be fresher.

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11. The Teahouse

8.3
821 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM
Tea Room · 47 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: A good place for matcha green tea with ginger on the rim and a tremendous bowl of oatmeal swimming in cream and strawberries, banana, maple syrup, and sticky rice.

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12. Tia's Cocina

125 Washington Ave, Santa Fe, NM
Restaurant · Downtown Santa Fe · 9 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: Traditional Southwestern food from family recipes.

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13. Jackson Charlotte Fine Art Inc

554 S Guadalupe St, Santa Fe, NM
Art Gallery · Historic Guadalupe · 1 tip

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: The new space for the formerly downtown fixture—one of the town’s trailblazing galleries.

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14. Eight Modern

231 Delgado St, Santa Fe, NM
Art Gallery · 1 tip

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: A happy place where you may encounter unique exhibits, such as 27-year-old Santa Fe artist Katherine Lee’s series of drawings, Animal Violence and Topless Women Eating Jam.

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15. Site Santa Fe

8.2
1606 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM
Art Gallery · 8 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: Since opening in 1995, Site Santa Fe has been gradually shifting the center of gravity of the contemporary art scene to the revamped Railyard district, thanks to its superb biennial exhibitions.

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16. Ten Thousand Waves

8.9
21 Ten Thousand Waves Way, Santa Fe, NM
Hotel · 25 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: A spa complex styled like a Japanese onsen, about 20 minutes northeast of downtown. This being Santa Fe, the communal bath has been known to get randy.

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17. San Miguel Mission

401 Old Santa Fe Trl (De Vargas), Santa Fe, NM
Church · Downtown Santa Fe · 3 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: This is possibly the oldest church in the United States, with a sense of coziness, simplicity, and warmth—and beautiful vigas. Don’t miss charming De Vargas Street, at the foot of the chapel.”

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18. Cafe Pasqual's

9.0
121 Don Gaspar Ave (at Water St.), Santa Fe, NM
Mexican Restaurant · Downtown Santa Fe · 106 tips and reviews

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: When tackling Pasqual’s breakfast chorizo burrito or nearly anything else on the menu, it is helpful to ask for the restaurant’s red chiles—sweet, smoky, and complex.