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History, culture, and adventure collide in a powerful way, making Santa Fe, New Mexico one of the most amazing travel destinations in the United States. There are countless ways to enjoy this unique and special place, and there's no better way to get there than with the travel experts at Venere. When you book with us at Venere, you'll be able to search through dozens of amazing Santa Fe hotels, whether you're looking for a 5-star luxury getaway, or relaxed, family-centric accommodations. Filter by price, location, amenities, and more, or give us a call to speak with one of our travel assistants, who will help you find the very best hotel to fit all your unique travel needs. Check out the thousands of online hotel reviews from real Venere users for extra confidence before you embark. So hop online or give us a call today to get started planning your unforgettable trip to "The City Different!"

What's Santa Fe like?

A city over 400 years old, perched along gorges and national parks, and boasting a rich culture, busy downtown, and extraordinary nightlife—you'll find it all in Santa Fe. History buffs will rejoice in the city's many carefully preserved historic sites such as the Loretto Chapel, the Palace of the Governors, the Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, and more. Check out accommodations near the Canyon Road Art District for some world-class galleries. You'll find lots of amazing Santa Fe hotels clustered in the pedestrian-friendly downtown regions, where the streets are exciting and bustling even into the night. If you plan on doing thorough city exploration or trips around the neighboring regions you may want to consider renting a vehicle. Explore hotels hear the Santa Fe Opera for an unforgettable open-air theater experience, and top it off with fine dining just around the corner for a perfect evening. Enjoy hikes, horseback riding, walking trails, and more to get out into the great outdoors. And because Santa Fe is such a historic city with so many cultural influences, you may well run into one of the many festivals held year-round!

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Santa Fe

Santa Fe as a city has a profound commitment to its history; even some of the buildings in certain zones must be constructed to look like their historic neighbors. Some of the Santa Fe hotels also have historical ties, or have been constructed to appear so. You'll find this same commitment to the region's history in the hearts of many locals, many of whom have deep roots and ties to the city's centuries of history. You're sure to get on the locals' good side by doing a bit of homework before you embark and learning a little about the origins of Santa Fe, especially the sites and attractions you plan on visiting. You'll also find the city to be very ethnically diverse, so embark with an open mind! Finally, note that the city sits at over 7,000 ft. elevation, so locals will advise that you drink plenty of water and pay close attention to how you're feeling, especially if you aren't used to high-altitude climates.