The Inn of the Five Graces, a Sante Fe, NM luxury hotel, combines gorgeous luxurious accommodations with cultural experiences with its Southwest Splendor Package. The package offers guests a two-night stay starting at $1,065 with breakfast for two, four-day passes to five museums in the area with a guided tour of Santa Fe, a Tibetan-style couples’ massage, and a gift set of spa products with clay, massage oil, scrub, and lotion. The Southwest Splendor package is available until April 2013.

Adobe buildings, church towers, and lush courtyards await guests who choose to stay at the  AAA Four Diamond Inn. Rooms at the suite are decorated with Tibetian furniture, ceramic tiled floors, and fireplaces, and the huge restrooms have deep soaking tubs. The highly-regarded, 24-room Inn of the Five Graces is among Conde Nast Traveler’s 2013 List of the Best Hotels in the World, and in 2012 it was #1 on Conde Nast Traveler’s Choice Awards for the best hotels in the Southwest. Amenities at the hotel include plush robes and slippers, a minibar with free nonalcoholic drinks, 24-hour concierge service, a fitness center, a spa, and free breakfast. The 315 Restaurant and Wine Bar is conveniently located next to the Inn, and wine and cheese receptions are held every Friday.

The Inn of the Five Graces is a member of the Ralais & Chateaux collection of hotels and restaurants. The collection includes 500 hotels and restaurants around the world. The Santa Fe, NM Inn is located in the Barrio de Analco, established in the 17th Century. The neighborhood is the oldest neighborhood block in the United States. While at the Inn, guests can see the oldest house in the United States and the oldest church in the United States.

The Inn of The Five Graces, photo courtesy of the Inn.

The Inn of The Five Graces, photo courtesy of the Inn.

 

The patio at The Inn of the Five Graces, photo courtesy of the Inn

The patio at The Inn of the Five Graces, photo courtesy of the Inn

 

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