Each guestroom on the property is adorned with traditional Santa Fe artwork, artifacts and textiles, in addition to a kiva fireplace inspired by southwestern pueblo architecture. With massive rainfall showers and inviting copper tubs, we wouldn’t blame you if you never left your room. But when hunger strikes, the lodge’s on-site restaurant SkyFire featuring authentic southwestern cuisine will treat you to a first-class meal just steps away from your casita.
With numerous multi-bedroom residences that include a private living room, dining room and kitchen, you and your family can settle in and feel right at home. Just 15 minutes from downtown Santa Fe, 30 minutes from Ski Santa Fe and surrounded by numerous hiking trails, Bishop’s Lodge checks off all the boxes for the bougie traveler with a sense of adventure.
If you prefer to stay closer to the heart of the city...
Hotel Santa Fe will put you right in the middle of all the action. Just steps from the railyard and a quick walk to the central Plaza, Hotel Santa Fe is the only Native American-owned hotel in downtown Santa Fe. Owned by the Picuris, one of the largest tribes in the region, Hotel Santa Fe offers guests the opportunity to be fully immersed in the Pueblo spirit.
In addition to spacious rooms and a top-notch spa (plus some adorably friendly dogs at check-in), Hotel Santa Fe is a living, breathing art gallery. Every hallway, wall and outdoor opening is adorned with Native American pottery, art and sculptures. The collection itself is worth millions, and as a guest, you get a front-row seat to it all. In addition to the award-winning art collection, Hotel Santa Fe also features an outdoor pool, spa and private teepee dining at the onsite restaurant, Amaya.