Welcome to Hacienda del Cerezo, your Santa Fe “home away from home.” Hacienda del Cerezo aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Hacienda del Cerezo is a romantic hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a concierge and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Santa Fe. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular parks such as Old Fort Marcy Park, Santa Fe River Park, and Cathedral Park.
Hacienda del Cerezo puts the best of Santa Fe at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The setting is splendid, immersed in nature, isolated on a hilltop outside Santa Fe. More than a hotel it feels like a private home open to a few guests who have the privilege of sharing the grounds and relaxing with a glass of wine over a good book in the living room in the evening. Since part of the access road is unpaved a 4WD is adviseable.
This is a 10-unit hotel built in "hacienda" style about a half-hour from Santa Fe. The setting is absolutely gorgeous -- on a bluff with distant views of mountains all around. The last 5 miles to get there are dirt road, which adds to the feeling of remoteness. The service was superb, all provided by Carey, who served the excellent and interesting food, made up the room, and otherwise went above and beyond to respond to our requests. The room was not up to the expectations we had based on the $1K/day price, however -- mid-priced amenities, linens, towels, and furnishings, and wi-fi that didn't work in the room. The sole reason we didn't rate this 5 stars is that the price is too high for what we got.
The scenery is beautiful and the food is good but the accomodations are disappointing. Linens and furnishings are not what you would expect in a hotel that charges $600 per night. Be warned the owners are very protective of their horses and those with limited experience riding will not be accomodated. Also the owners are smokers and the smell of cigarette smoke permeates the common areas of the resort.
Hacienda is an excellent resort with breathtaking views, delicious and creative food and warm and gracious hospitality. We were made to feel like we were at our own private estate. The innkeepers were wonderful hosts, sharing their knowledge of the area and willing to go to great lengths to help us enjoy our stay. Great service, comfortable rooms (with radiant floor heating and 2 person jacuzzi tubs) with wonderful views of sunsets and starry nights. Highly recommended.
Fabulous Views, food, hospitality, service, decor add any words you want and the dirt road makes it even better !
It is a 5 mile trip down a dirt road to reach this spot..but well worth it. The place offers spectacular views, absolute quiet, Arabian horses in the stable (riding for experienced riders is included in the rate), and true gourmet meals. Exceptionally clean, each room a different suite. Be sure and take advantage of the "box lunch"...elegant and delicious.