This is an expensive, boutique and very, very unique property in historic Santa Fe, NM. If you can afford it, you will find it worth every penny and then some. The property has been assembled over time by the Seret family, who also own an incredibly unique store of imported furnishings. They have used these furnishings and their eye for interior decorating to present one of the most unique properties you can possibly stay in. By 'assembled', I mean that piece by piece, in one of the most historic sections of Santa Fe, the Inn of the Five Graces has been put together (for example, the oldest property, Sandalwood, is about 400 years old, but is uniquely beautiful and fully functional). The people at this property truly treat you like a king or queen. The full breakfast is unlimited in both quantity and quality. In fact, despite eating at some very nice restaurants during our stay, we thought that breakfast was the gustatory highlight. When visiting Santa Fe, check out this place.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Inn of the Five Graces combines luxury with an aura of mystery. With an ethnic décor enhanced by East Indian and Tibetan antiques, oriental carpets and nomadic textiles combined with Southwest architecture, the interiors feature many handcrafted pieces as well as spectacular tile mosaics. Passionate about this land with its wealth of Indian legends, the owners invite you to embark on a sensory voyage to fully savour this melting pot of cultures and colours. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Inn Of The Five Graces Hotel Santa Fe
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