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North Central New Mexico Articles
Showing 16-22 of 22 Historical Resorts
From its native and Spanish roots, La Posada began in 1882 as a three-story French Second Empire-style brick mansion. Today it is considered one of Santa Fe's most romantic clubs and is surrounded by renovated adobe casitas, the heart of La Posada. Find out more about the rich history of the area during your stay at this luxury boutique resort!... more
Dating back to the 1790s, this 300-year-old building gives you the fantastic ambiance of the first house built on the historic Ledoux Street. Yet your casita has been lovingly renovated with all the modern amenities to ensure an astounding stay!... more
History buffs will love a vacation at La Fonda on the Plaza, located just minutes from incredible historic locales. Soak in the history and culture in downtown Santa Fe, which showcases landmarks like the Palace of the Governors and the Santa Fe International Folk Art Museum. In fact, there are regions devoted to the area's history called "Museum... more
Known for its rich history, cultures, local events, and cuisine, Santa Fe boasts amazing museums and architecture that highlight centuries of the city's past. One of the best ways to soak in Santa Fe's history and culture is to embark on the Santa Fe Sage Inn "City Different" Walking Tour, which provides a historical and cultural orientation to the... more
Casa Escondida Bed and Breakfast is located among longstanding historical features like the Spanish ruins at Pecos National Historical Park. Indian Pueblos scatter the countryside which you can explore nearby. Enjoy the sights and sounds of southwestern American culture with ease. This experience will last a lifetime! ... more
The 1800s-era adobe houses that make up the inn, and the glass-enclosed lobby that was once a plaza, represent Taos' living history. The onsite restaurant was once the home of Doc Martin, Taos' first physician. The Taos Society of Artists was founded here in 1912; the inn opened in 1936, a bastion of Taos art and community.... more