This romantic Santa Fe bed and breakfast, built in 1886 by a local railroad tycoon, offers an opportunity to experience historic New Mexico lodging at its best. Tucked away on a quiet street near the Santa Fe Plaza and Canyon Road and surrounded by lush and peaceful gardens, the inn features beautiful stained glass, ornate fireplaces, unique architectural details and period antiques. On site is the luxurious Absolute Nirvana Spa.
106 Faithway St., Santa Fe New Mexico 87501 phone:(505) 982-3465/(888) 877-7622
The Inn at Santa Fe is a boutique hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico with stylish guestrooms and mini-suites, modern amenities, onsite dining, free hot breakfast, free Internet and a central Santa Fe location.
Luxury Vacation Rentals within walking distance of the historic Plaza and the galleries of Canyon Road as recommended by Conde Nast, Andrew Harpers "Hideaway Report" and American Express. "We're much more than just a hotel room."
El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe is dedicated to showcasing Hispanic art, culture and history of Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. Programming includes exhibitions, performances, workshops, lectures and various community events.
555 Camino de la Familia, Santa Fe NM 87505 phone:505.992.0591
Welcome to the home on the web for Nuclear Watch of New Mexico. You will find here regularly updated information which will keep you informed on subjects such as Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), and a host of other subjects that pertain to nuclear New Mexico.
551 W. Cordova Rd. #808, Santa Fe NM 87505 phone:505.989.7342
One of the finest hunting destinations in the West. The Quinlan sits astride the historic migration route of the entire Southern Colorado-San Juan elk herd, making this perhaps the most extraordinary elk habitat in the Southwest.
We stock all the USGS maps for New Mexico in all scales and can ship immediately! Travel Bug is also a great coffee shop in downtown Santa Fe on Paseo De Peralta off the plaza. Stop by refresh yourself and find out how to get where you're going.
839 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe NM 87501 phone:505-992-0418
Santa Fe Bead Artist Claudia Chavez creates one-of-a-kind, handcrafted original jewelry and sells her beadwork on The Plaza & Santa Fe Contemporary Hispanic Market. Her signature Flower Garden necklace has been well received through the years and is now her top selling item.
100% Alpaca fingerless gloves, hats, scarves, sweaters, Panama hats, custom velvets, Peruvian opal jewelry and much more - all handcrafted in Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador located in the Sanbusco Market in Santa Fe's historic railyard district.
Located in Abiquiu, NM, the Monastery of Christ in the Desert is situated in a beautiful secluded canyon in northwestern New Mexico. The monastery is perfect for those looking to find solitude, and the website offers a full history, prayers, pictures, information and an online gift shop.
Scenic discovery tours of the Southwest! Skytours of Santa Fe/Land of Enchantment. Extended airtreks to Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Canyon de Chelly, Mesa Verde, Arches/Canyonlands, Navajoland. Geology, archaeology, history. Flightseeing-Jeeping-Photography. 20 minutes to All Day. FAA approved.
Toadlena Trading Post is an authentic trading post that does business directly with Navajo weavers. We sell beautiful work by master weavers of Navajo rugs and weavings, including Two Grey Hills and Ganado rugs and weavings.
Desert Harbor offers lodging and personal retreats, along with the services of spiritual direction and life coaching. It was built using eco-friendly materials and is powered 100 percent by the sun and is centrally located in New Mexico between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, just off the historic Turquoise Trail.
Alexander's Inn caters to guests wanting more than vacation rentals yet prefer autonomy. Our traditional Santa Fe casitas, featuring kiva fireplaces, New Mexican furnishings and decor, full kitchens and patios, are suited for family vacations/romantic holidays. For guests wanting a true Santa Fe Bed & Breakfast experience, visit our sister inns, The Hacienda Nicholas and The Madeleine Inn.