Preferred Lodging & Dining
When visiting the International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe this July, please consider staying with one of our preferred lodging facilities. We thank the lodging properties listed below for their generous support of the Market.
Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder’s unique Santa Fe accommodations were designed with your comfort and luxury top-of-mind. Splendidly accented with Native art and features, this hotel offers more than just excellent amenities—we offer an experience. The AAA’s 4-Diamond Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder pampers guests with luxury, comfort and style. Vibrant hues, carved headboards and myriad innovative accents in Native American Pueblo style are all inspired by the Pueblo of Pojoaque’s Governor George Rivera, a renowned artist in his own right.
Each of the 393 rooms and suites features the lavish comforts of the Hilton Serenity Collection – pillow top mattresses, fluffy down pillows, high thread count linens and thick, cozy duvets. A deluxe MP3 clock radio provides a gentle awakening from a restful night’s sleep. Best of all, each room features a magnificent view of the spectacular northern New Mexico countryside.Other standard room amenities include signature resort bath and shower accessories, plush, oversized bath towels, in-room safe, multiple phones, oversized work spaces, a 37″ flat screen TV with on-demand movies and games, a technology panel with high-speed Internet access, the Hilton Signature Cuisinart coffee maker and Lavazza coffee. Buffalo Thunder also houses a 61,000 square foot casino with plush poker room, 18 gaming tables and 1,200 slot machines. The Hale Irwin-designed Towa Golf Club has three 9-hole courses with dramatic elevation changes, one hole featuring the only island green in New Mexico. To book one of these fabulous rooms please call the resort at 505.455.5555
Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe, the new hotel and plaza in the heart of historic Santa Fe, sits on five beautiful acres and brings friendly, award-winning hospitality service to the City Different.
The 182-room hotel features all of the renowned amenities of Drury Hotels, as well as modern, spacious, light-filled rooms with stupendous views of the Santa Fe skies. Guests will enjoy entrées in the new restaurant, Eloisa, which draws from local ingredients and influences to create a mouthwatering cuisine; relaxing at the rooftop bar by the pool with breathtaking views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains; and shopping in the galleries around the property. The fully renovated buildings are steeped in history, and surrounded by a pedestrian oasis – all in downtown Santa Fe. Come and enjoy international food and music, artists demonstrations, and unique folk art from throughout the world in Santa Fe while enjoying the amenities at the Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe.
The Extras Aren’t Extra at Drury Hotels! Free hot breakfast, free hot food & cold beverages daily at the 5:30 Kickback®*, free wifi access in all rooms and lobby, 60 minutes of free long distance calls, free HBO/CNN/ESPN, free in-room coffee service and much more. Other amenities offered include a 24-hour business center, guest pantry and microwaves and refrigerators in all guestrooms. Ask for our special International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe rate to receive a 10% discount on your next reservation. We look forward to having you as our guest!
828 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501
The newly renovated Eldorado Hotel & Spa is a few blocks from Santa Fe Plaza and is a AAA 4-diamond property telling the story of the search for the city of gold. Hotel St. Francis is just one block from the plaza and features the serene environment of the original Franciscan missionaries. The Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe, a block from the plaza, celebrates the legacy of the sacred northern NM community of Chimayo. The Lodge at Santa Fe is designed in an Anasazi style and has free parking and a free shuttle to the plaza. All of our hotels have complimentary WiFi, are pet-friendly, are locally owned and support cultural causes.
La Fonda on the Plaza
La Fonda on the Plaza is a beloved landmark of Southwestern hospitality – the oldest and best-known hotel in America’s oldest capital city, Santa Fe. Reports of an inn on this location stretch back to the 1600s by some accounts. La Fonda visitors are transformed by the hotel’s authenticity and the distinctive, ever-present influences of famed architect John Gaw Meem and celebrated Southwest architect and designer Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter.
La Fonda is the only hotel situated on the historic Santa Fe Plaza, the center of Santa Fe shopping, nightlife, annual art markets and special events. The hotel’s marriage of distinctive Old World tradition with contemporary luxury and convenience make it the perfect base for Santa Fe vacations, weddings and meetings. La Fonda is AAA Four Diamond hotel and a member of the National Trust Historic Hotels of America. In fall 2013, La Fonda completed its most significant room renovation project since the 1920s. Prior to initiating the project, in an effort to maintain the historic property’s authenticity, the hotel team conducted detailed studies of the original building plans and the aesthetics of original designer Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter. The resulting design remains true to Colter’s vision while bringing fresh, new modern touches all guest rooms received new lighting, floor coverings and handcrafted furnishings; new energy-efficient casement windows; state-of-the-art temperature controls and sound insulation; and updated plumbing, electrical and communication systems.
100 E San Francisco Street Santa Fe, NM 87501
Experience The Fine Art of Hospitality at La Posada de Santa Fe, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa – the only resort in downtown Santa Fe, just steps from the historic plaza and Canyon Road. Set on six beautifully landscaped acres just steps from Santa Fe’s Historic Plaza, the resort surrounds guests with southwestern artwork, adobe architecture and luxurious casita-style accommodations.
The full-service spa and salon provides an array of rejuvenating and relaxing treatments, administered by expert practitioners. The Gallery Collection — our professionally curated art program — began decades ago, before any art galleries opened in Santa Fe, and celebrates established American artists who create with the spirit of the Southwest in mind. La Posada offers a truly authentic experience – the historic Staab House, home to its namesake cocktail bar and Julia, a Spirited Restaurant and Bar, dates back to the 1800s and the grounds and ballroom offer the perfect setting for weddings and events.
Nestled at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains at the end of the Old Santa Fe Trail in the heart of downtown, the AAA Four Diamond Inn and Spa at Loretto embodies the spirit and culture of its historic surroundings. The premier location is adjacent to the famed Loretto Chapel featuring the “miraculous” staircase, and just one block from the Santa Fe Plaza, Palace of the Governors and renowned “Artist Row” galleries on Canyon Road.
Ranked a Top 500 “World’s Best Hotel” by Travel + Leisure Magazine, the iconic Inn effortlessly blends old-world charm with world-class splendor. The hotel is an architectural recreation of the Taos Pueblo, a national historic landmark, and is one of the New Mexico’s most photographed buildings. Featuring 136 guestrooms, including Santa Fe’s only Penthouse suite, an award-winning full service spa, casual fine dining, the cozy Living Room lounge, as well as year-round heated pool and on-site galleries. Whether dining indoors at Luminaria Restaurant, alfresco on the patio, or in the Living Room Lounge, guests can enjoy Progressive Santa Fe cuisine by award-winning Executive Chef Marc Quiñones, accented by bold Southwest flavors that highlight fresh local and regional ingredients.
The Spa at Loretto is a healing sanctuary in heart of vibrant downtown Santa Fe. Offering signature treatments that reflect the spirit of New Mexico, the spa has received the coveted Conde´ Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice award for four consecutive years. Experience the innovative OxyGeneo™ facial system or Sacred Stone massage for a truly incomparable spa experience. The central courtyard, with its refreshing year-round heated pool and adjacent garden offer more tranquil space for relaxing and soaking up the warm Santa Fe sunshine.
211 Old Santa Fe Trail Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
The perfect balance of attention to detail, design, comfort and value of our full-service Santa Fe hotel will enhance your stay as you explore the region and culture of Santa Fe, one of the world’s most celebrated travel destinations. We offer a free full American breakfast, Happy Hour Specials on appetizers, beer and wine by the glass.
On site Restaurant open nightly. Outdoor heated pools, sauna, and fire-pit. Complimentary shuttle service to the International Folk Art Market from 10am-6pm. Ask for the special International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe Rate!
8376 Cerrillos Road Santa Fe, NM 87507
The Inn of the Governors is one of the premier Santa Fe Hotels located in downtown Santa Fe, perfect for attending the International Folk Art Market, weekend getaways, family vacations, friend retreats, or escaping into Santa Fe’ enchanting landscape, culture, and history.
Let us pamper you at Santa Fe’s best downtown value hotel with our personalized service, a complimentary Mountain Sunrise Breakfast, daily tea and Sherry in our lobby, free parking, and a location just three blocks from Santa Fe’s world renowned plaza. Book your Southwest Vacation now! When you make your reservation at our Santa Fe Hotel through our website or by calling us directly, you receive a $15 daily food credit in Del Charro so you can enjoy our 100% Pure Agave House Margarita, daily specials, and a taste of Santa Fe’s thirsty locals. Discover our Santa Fe Hotel, Your Home in the Heart of Santa Fe!
101 West Alameda (W. Alameda & Don Gaspar)
Nestled in the heart of the city, steps from the historic Santa Fe Plaza, the Inn on the Alameda is the closest downtown Santa Fe hotel to the Canyon Road galleries. Well-known for a bountiful complimentary continental breakfast, the Inn also includes a relaxing afternoon wine hour, complimentary parking, and complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout the property.
Staying in a Santa Fe boutique hotel near the Plaza means you can unwind completely, tucked within colorful xeriscaped gardens and peaceful shaded courtyards. It’s a breeze to access the city’s many attractions, with the best Santa Fe restaurants and cultural spots just a short stroll away. Our courtesy shuttle is available to our guests, serving a 3 mile radius from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily. 72 rooms and suites of various sizes, in distinctive Pueblo-style architecture, gracefully spread across two acres and ten buildings. SFA is 10 miles or 20-30 minutes. ABQ 67 miles or 1 hour drive.
303 E Alameda Street Santa Fe, NM 87501
The Santa Fe Sage Inn is an excellent choice for affordable lodging in downtown Santa Fe. The hotel offers 156 attractive, comfortable rooms with complimentary amenities including a “Healthy Start” breakfast, exercise facility, guest laundry, parking, wireless high-speed internet and downtown shuttle services. The Santa Fe Sage Inn is located only six blocks from the historic plaza and across the street from the Railyard Park dining and shopping district.
725 Cerrillos Rd Santa Fe, NM 87505
Lodging and Dining Information To help plan your stay in Santa Fe while at the Market, visit the Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau’s official travel site for Santa Fe, New Mexico: www.santafe.org.
Nestled in the heart of the city, steps from the historic Santa Fe Plaza, the Inn on the Alameda An oasis of tranquility, the Santa Fe restaurant Agoyo Lounge at the Inn on the Alameda features a full bar and a selection of fine wines sure to satisfy any thirst. If a full day at the market has left you craving sustenance, you can kick back under the stars or in the shady courtyard at Santa Fe’s best new restaurant. Relax in our elegant lounge while enjoying Agoyo’s extensive menu with succulent items specially prepared by our esteemed Culinary Institute of America chef, Chef Jen Doughty. Ranging from traditional New Mexican recipes to Santa Fe-inspired new American-style dishes, every item is guaranteed to please the most discerning palate. This is food done fine.
Derailed bar and lounge is nestled in Santa Fe Sage Inn and Suites, located in the heart of Santa Fe near the Railyard District. Derailed features local craft beers, popular and reasonably priced wine variables, specialty Margaritas and a fun selection of classic cocktails. The menu ranges from comfort food to creative dishes using locally and seasonally sourced ingredients. Derailed has a modern industrial feel with wood and iron railings and textiles. The patio has ample outdoor seating areas with comfy oversized sofas, chairs and soft throw blankets for cool evenings. Semi-private fire pits provide warmth and ambience for evenings under our beautiful New Mexico skies. Hours are 3:00 pm-10:00 pm, every ay and happy hour starting at 3:00 pm-6:00 pm.
725 Cerrillos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
At Dion’s, we make simple, great food for everyday life. We pride ourselves on the exceptional quality we put into each and every pizza, salad and sub. We strive to always give you an extraordinary dining experience and put the best into everything we make because only the best is good enough at Dion’s. 2014
Cerrillos Rd Santa Fe, NM 87505
Harry’s Roadhouse is a locals’ favorite, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner from 7 am to 9:30 pm, seven days a week. Come sit in our beautiful garden, fully in bloom during the Folk Art Market, or chill at our hand painted bar, by Local Artist Joel Nakamura, and have a Margarita, Local Beer, or Glass of Wine. Checkout our website harrysroadhousesantafe.com to view our menus and our creative and eclectic brunch and dinner specials. Or just stop by for Lemon Ricotta Pancakes, Breakfast Migas or Chilaquiles, Turkey Meatloaf, Monty’s Buffalo Burgers, Buddha Bowl with Quinoa and Forbidden Black Rice, Vietnamese Catfish and our House Smoked Ribs. Make sure you leave room for Pie! Lots of Vegetarian and Gluten Free options.
96 Old Las Vegas Hwy
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Reservations taken for parties of 6 or more
Bold flavors, fresh ingredients and friendly service: hallmarks of La Posada de Santa Fe’s phenomenal dining destinations. Find innovative, locally inspired dishes presented in artful fashion at Julia, a Spirited Restaurant and Bar – named after Julia Staab, the resort’s historic original owner, legendary hostess and reputed ghost. The Julia culinary team was recently featured at the James Beard House in New York.
La Fonda’s signature restaurant, La Plazuela, was the hotel’s original 1920s open-air courtyard and retains the same Old World charm. Chef Lane Warner updates Northern New Mexico classics with locally sourced organic meats and produce. Several vegetarian and gluten-free options are available, and the restaurant’s extensive wine list has been given the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.
La Plazuela was awarded a Heritage preservation Award after its 2009 revitalization, which included the replication of the original 1920s Spanish-style fountain, a new flagstone floor, signature hand-painted windows and an atrium ceiling bathing the restaurant in natural light.
TerraCotta Wine Bistro is a smart casual food and wine restaurant located in the historic district of downtown Santa Fe. Lit is located in a charming 19 th century adobe building near the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. The eclectic contemporary American menu features a selection of shared plates, seasonal entrees and delectable desserts. The extensive wine list offers something for every taste and budget. Terracotta’s Happy Hour continues all day with a large selection of wines by the glass for $6 until 6:00. 11:30 – 9:00 M – Sat and 4:00 – 9:00 Sunday.
304 Johnson Street
Santa Fe, NM
Tomasita’s restaurant is a Santa Fe tradition serving classic Northern New Mexican cuisine. Food is culture — come learn about Northern New Mexican culture by sampling some of our traditional, indigenous food at Tomasita’s.
Tomasita’s is a distinctly Northern New Mexican restaurant. Our recipes have been handed down for generation and serve as a reminder of the melding of cultures that together once depended on the corn, chile, beans, and fruit of the area. Since 1974, the Maryol/Gundrey family has maintained a commitment to the simple recipes and quality ingredients of New Mexico. We take great pride in our high quality food, friendly and fast service, and of course our famous margaritas! Locals have consistently voted us as the premier restaurant for Best Red Chile, Best Green Chile, Best Margaritas, and Best New Mexican Restaurant.
Tres Colores represents the mix of three cultures of the Americas: European, African and Indigenous—three heritages and an immense variety of culinary flavors. Specializing in the food of Veracruz and Oaxaca, Tres Colores strives to use the freshest ingredients available, including free-range meats, non-GMO products, and locally sourced in-season produce, all served in a warm, inviting atmosphere. Join us, nuestra casa es su casa.
To help plan your stay in Santa Fe while at the International Folk Art Market, visit the Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau’s official travel site for Santa Fe, New Mexico: http://santafe.org/