Here's the one line summary: you will never be treated better, or be more thoroughly spoiled, than you will be at the Inn.
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1) The Service. This is what makes the Inn of the Five Graces truly standout from its competition, not just in Santa Fe but worldwide.
My fiance (nee girlfriend) and I just returned from Santa Fe, where we spent three nights at the Inn. The Inn does everything well but, for me, the level of personal attention was simply unmatched and, given that I choose that venue to propose, priceless. Joshua, Fred, Rebecca, Sarah, Brian, Michael...the list goes on and on. Everyone treated us so wonderfully, and helped make our weekend so memorable, that it's hard to find sufficient superlatives to do the experience justice.
We chose the Inn over the Four Seasons, and were glad we did so.
2) The Location. It's idea. As New Yorkers used to walking, we wanted to be near the center of Santa Fe. The Inn fit the bill perfectly. We spent four days in the city without a car exploring downtown Santa Fe, and never thought once about needing a car or a taxi (other than to/from the airport).
3) The Food. Breakfast in your room, made to order, all you can eat, included in the price! What more do you need to know? (Fine, if you must know more, make sure to order the green and red chile sauce if you order huevos rancheros or other eggs - it's delicious.)
Also be sure to take advantage of the knowledgeable staff, particularly if you're new to Santa Fe; they were 3 for 3 on tremendous dinner reservations (La Boca, Restaurant Martin, The Cantina).
4) The Amenities. The Inn has everything. Fireplaces in the room, enormous bathrooms (the masseuse came to the room and set up the entire table in the bathroom, with room to spare!), stocked fridge (also included), etc., etc. If there's an amenity you're looking for (other than, perhaps, a pool), the Inn has it.
5) The Price. It's expensive, no two ways about it, and it was a splurge for us (for a special occasion). That said, if this is in your price range, or if you're looking to do something special for yourself or for someone else, the Inn isn't just worth every penny; it's worth ten times that!
To everyone at the Inn of the Five Graces, thank you, thank you!
- Dan (and Sara)
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