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With a designated historic district, art galleries galore, and a thriving local food scene, it’s easy to see why Santa Fe has been named one of the best cities in the US by Travel + Leisure. The Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi is an award-winning boutique hotel with Pueblo-style rooms close to downtown’s art galleries and museums. Similarly located, Bishop’s Lodge is an authentic Southwestern retreat that promotes healing and wellness throughout their 317 acres of national forest.
In the sweeping foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range, Santa Fe is a southwestern beacon of light and a UNESCO-designated Creative City. Spanish and Native American influences are apparent, from the town's traditional adobe-covered pueblos to its open-air markets and shops, many adorned with colorful ristras—hanging strings of dried chiles. The Santa Fe Plaza is the beating heart of the city, a Spanish-style gathering place that takes its design cues from traditional colonial cities. Artists Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz called Santa Fe home, and it's easy to see why—there’s beauty to behold around every corner.
Open daily and located just a few blocks from the Santa Fe Plaza, the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum is dedicated to the life and legacy of the acclaimed artist. Within, the nine galleries offer an unparalleled look at her art.
Navigate this beautiful district made up of more than 100 art galleries and studios on Canyon Road. You'll find traditional Native American pieces as well as contemporary, international, folk, and regional masterpieces.
Santa Fe is home to some of the best skiing in the Southwest. At its closest resort, just 16 miles outside the city, more than 660 acres of terrain await. Ski Santa Fe is known for being family- and beginner-friendly.