Luxury Inn

3752 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505, United States
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best time to go?

by agnesnow

Hi all -

We're in the process of planning a long weekend get away for 6 girls. (we're all turning 30 this year and decided it was overdue for a reunion of sorts - besides weddings....)

any recomendations for best months to go? we're thinking july, aug, sept - trying to avoid high tourist season but still there for the warmer weather.

also - suggestions on a place for us to stay that's still easy to out to without much driving - but a place with a nice pool and possible spa options.

many thanks!

RE: best time to go?

by ellielou

I've stayed a bunch of times at the Inn at Loretto. It's lovely and convenient.

As far as spas, Ten Thousand Waves in incredible!

RE: best time to go?

by AlbuqRay

Aga, I am thinking I may be a little presumptuous recommending a place to stay for six women but I do have a couple of good data points. First of all, Ellen made very good recommendations. Everyone raves about 10,000 Waves. However, you should check SFHulaGIrl's (Tina) VT tips on Santa Fe. She is from San Francisco also and was here recently. She stayed at Las Palomas. It has a quiet, convenient location about three blocks from the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum and is a partner with the Inn of the Anasazi, so you have those perq's available too. I cannot reveal my favorite Santa Fe accommodation on VT or it would never be available. I'll give you a hint though. It's initials are OV. As far as when to go, I would do September. The Fall is our most beautiful time of year. BTW, whatever you do, don't go to Cottonwoods and check out Sean (Tina might get jealous). Also, be sure to stay away from the Ore House (ask Kymbanm).

RE: RE: best time to go?

by kymbanm

The Ore House DID have great views of nice human male inhabitants when I was there ..... more than once :) Very nice ....*Ray! You need to behave!*

I also vote for September ...... Temps are less intense, the kids are back in school so there are fewer tourists, and depending on the weekend, there might still be some market type event in the plaze :)

Ten Thousand waves is amazing :) GO!!! They offer full spa services AND hot tubs ... outdoors ... in the mountains ...... try to time your tub time to coincide w/ sunset to increase your wonder ....

You will all have fun!

RE: best time to go?

by prometheus

Any of those months would be good. SFe is not usually very crowded EXCEPT during Indian Market and Spanish Market. Check those dates.
Definitely go to 10,000 waves, but make reservations, maybe a day ahead. You can all get a private hot tub...definitely worth doing.

RE: RE: best time to go?

by agnesnow

Thanks all - VTers are always awesome!

we're going at the end of september - will def check out your recommendations! can't wait...

thanks again,

Travel Tips for Santa Fe

check out the historical Spitz...

by 10eke

check out the historical Spitz Clock on the northwest corner of the plaza. The Spitz clock was used to advertise the Spitz Jewelry Store. Its predecessor was run over by an early motorcar in 1915. The clock is second hand and was bought in Kansas City in 1916. The VW Beetle in the picture was not the car that knocked over the previous clock!

Fiesta de Santa Fe Entrada

by AlbuqRay

Fiesta de Santa Fe has a long history, having been held every year since 1712 to celebrate the retaking of the city in 1692 by Don Diego de Vargas after the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. The burning of Zozobra, Old Man Gloom, starts three days of celebration that include: mass at Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi; a reenactment of the Entrada, when de Vargas returned to the city; a Children's Pet Parade; the Historical/Hysterical Parade; the Fiesta Ball and Roman Catholic masses of thanksgiving. These pictures are from the 2005 Entrada.

freedom of choice

by richiecdisc

Not surprisingly, New Mexico is one of the bigger hotbeds of Free Masons in the US. The original free thinkers fit into the artistic climate of the colorful state. I knew little of this organization but was intrigued on seeing the Scottish Rite Masonic Center in Santa Fe. Not a true religion but a fraternity of men who accept one's path to God as an individual choice, Free Masonry takes its origin in France but is based on some legends of Scottish conception, hence the name. After the initial three degrees are passed, one can ascribe to a Master's which encompasses 4th through the 32nd degree, with a 33rd one designated for only exceptional service. Though not a religious affiliation, the members have a common belief and devotion to “their” chosen God and have their written scripture on display. Since the predominant religion in the US is Christianity, the Bible is the book generally on display at the altar. It would be interesting to see if the ideals of the original Masons live on today since to become a member you must be invited by a member. Would a Christian member invite a Muslim one? If so, I'm all for it.


by kala6487

This is waaay off the beaten path, but if you happen to be travelling east on Hwy 380 towards Roswell you will go through the small town of Capitan. This town is the final resting place of Smokey Bear which includes a museum and park. Take some time out to visit the museum and have coffee across the street. It's a charming town in the middle of Billy the Kid country.

While we were there it was ironic that a large forest fire was burning in the Capitan mountains.

Shops, shops, shops

by hobanma about Misc

Along with art galleries, SF is loaded with all kinds of shops. Everything from Eddie Bauer and Gap to some of the most expensive shops known to man.

There are plenty of souvenir shops, too. Bring lots of money...


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Address: 3752 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505, United States