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Hotel Chimayó de Santa Fe Offers a Taste of Chimayó History and Culture

Twenty five miles north of Santa Fe you will find the village of Chimayó, a community steeped in Spanish Colonial history culture. Chimayó is internationally recognized for its long tradition of weaving, the famous Chimayó red chile, and the Santuario de Chimayó which is often called the Lourdes of America for the purported healing properties of the dirt found on site.

Now you can experience the charm and history of Chimayó, in the heart of downtown Santa Fe. Hotel Chimayó de Santa Fe is a boutique hotel boasting 56 beautifully appointed rooms and suites organized Hacienda-style around a central courtyard. Each room is an artistic retreat decorated with the art and weavings of local Chimayó artisans, all while being only a block from the historic Santa Fe Plaza, world-class shopping, museums, galleries, and dining.

Hotel de Chimayó offers a variety of room styles suited to a wide range of budgets and tastes. The least expensive option is the lovely Santos King Guest Room, offering a single king-sized bed and a host of amenities including WiFi, windows that open, luxurious Frette linens, shared balcony, and so much more. At the top of the line is the incredible Santuario Presidential Suite. This expansive suite can be your home away from home when traveling to Santa Fe. Enjoy a private balcony, a gorgeous living and dining area, and even a wood-burning fireplace for those crisp Santa Fe nights.

Your Santiago Presidential Suite also comes with a full kitchen and tableware in case you choose to stay-in for dinner. The master bedroom alone is comparable to most other hotel rooms in town. It has a its own fireplace, private balcony, and a gracious king-size bed and with double sinks in the master bath.

Onsite, you can enjoy the Low ‘n Slow Lowrider bar and the newly opened Estevan Restaurant, both featuring locally-sourced cocktails and cuisine inspired by the flavors of Northern New Mexico.

Make your stay in Santa Fe a memorable one at Hotel Chimayó de Santa Fe.