Ancient cave dwellings at Bandelier National Monument.

Explore the Incredible Bandelier National Monument

Of all the attractions, historic sites, and natural wonders of New Mexico, none are quite as remarkable as Bandelier National Monument. An incredibly well-preserved historic site, the monument was established to protect the amazing cliff dwellings. The dwellings, or cavates, were carved into the Frijole Canyon as early as 1150 CE. These caves were once Read More …

Beautiful Native American pottery.

4 Fascinating Ways to Explore Native American Culture in Santa Fe

The first Native Americans arrived in the Southwest thousands of years ago. Yet, these local tribes are still incredibly important to Santa Fe’s spirit and community. From their influential art and jewelry to their adobe-style structures, indigenous people have left an impressive mark on this city. Keep reading to learn 4 fascinating ways explore Native Read More …

Colorful hot air balloons rising into the sky.

Your Guide to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

During the first week of October each year, the New Mexico sky transforms into a dazzling and colorful spectacle. The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, (the largest balloon festival in the world) draws pilots and spectators from all over the globe to participate in this colossal event. The first festival took place in 1972 with just Read More …

Whitewater rafting

Best Water Activities around Santa Fe

The glorious Rio Grande brings thousands of outdoor enthusiasts to Santa Fe every year. Everyone from beginners testing their endurance to expert thrill-seekers are on the racing river. Whitewater season lasts from March to October, and there are plenty of ways to experience the fun and excitement no matter your skill level. To help you Read More …

A classic margarita with a slice of lime.

Experience the Santa Fe Margarita Trail

While there are countless ways to explore Santa Fe, we recommend taking it one margarita at a time! Santa Fe’s Margarita Trail will take you to some of the best bars and restaurants in the area. With your passport in hand, you will sip your way through 45 signature beverages along the way. Traditionalists will Read More …

Santa Fe Opera House, a unique design in rust orange and cream

Santa Fe Opera and Art Walks in Santa Fe NM

Summer is just around the corner. In Santa Fe, that means things get active and it’s a time to enjoy all sorts of events and festivals. The weather is great and usually provides beautiful sunny days. Santa Fe has events and festivals throughout the year, but when summer arrives, the calendar fills quickly. Expect to Read More …

Relaxing and planning for their day at the Inn

Celebrating 25 Years of Serving Guests in Santa Fe NM

We are thrilled to be celebrating 25 years of serving guests in Santa Fe, NM. Silver, the symbol for 25th anniversaries, symbolizes something brilliant, radiant and enduring. As one of the most precious metals globally, and one that is prominently used locally with turquoise jewelry, silver indeed represents an important milestone. And it certainly does Read More …

Stunning view of the mountains from Sun Mountain hike

Beautiful Places to Hike in Santa Fe

When spring comes with warmer weather, it’s normal to want to hit the trails to enjoy the great outdoors. In fact, after several winter months, we may need to release some pent-up energy. Hiking is a wonderful way to do that. Here are some beautiful places to hike in Santa Fe, NM as you prepare Read More …