This boutique hotel was opened with a traditional blessing ceremony, proving it’s not just its name that honors the area’s early native Anasazi tribe—it’s also reflected in the Inn’s ethos and interiors. Textiles, paintings, carvings, and baskets handmade by local Native American talent fill this intimate space, where adobe walls, rich wood floors, and kiva fireplaces are found in every room. The building, a former Santa Fe penitentiary, was renovated with the environment in mind; the toilets and showers are environmentally sound and the toiletries are organic. The rooms are small-ish, but there’s a cozy communal living room with a fireplace where you can order a cocktail after 11am. And the Plaza is just steps away.

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