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Reviewed August 3, 2011

My husband and I just returned from a trip through New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado. While in Santa Fe we stayed at the beautiful Inn of the Five Graces. Upon arrival we were greeted by the very personable Fred Masoni and were informed we were upgrading to a suite. We were taken through the relaxing patios (of which there are many) to our door and what a delight when we walked through the door and our eyes fell on the incredible surroundings! Let's start with the bathroom: the mosaics in this bathroom are absolutely amazing -- a feast for the eyes. Everywhere you look in this spacious room is another scene made intirely of expertly places pottery pieces. The shower is huge and the separate tub is big enough for my husband (he's 6'2") to completely stretch out his legs. The bed is quite comfortable and the bedroom is beautifully furnished. The turndown service was very special, but I won't ruin the surprise. The living area has leather club chairs, table and chairs, fire place, and a nice sized flatscreen. Off to the side is a small but adequate kitchen area with a sink, microwave, coffeemaker, and a fully stocked minibar that is available at no extra cost. The inn is located walking distance from the center of town with mnay great restaurants nearby. The breakfast that is included with the room was quite a pleasant surprise; made to order pancakes, waffles, omelets, eggs, fresh fruit, fresh squeezed orange juice, etc. Even the coffee was good and I'm very picky about my coffee!! Although this is not an inexpensive place to stay, we felt that the service, room, and overall ambience of the inn was well worth the cost.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 24, 2011

We loved this place! The environment is so serene and comfortable and the service is great. We stayed in the "Amber" room with our 3 young kids--2 took a bedroom and 1 on the pullout. Our room had a lovely patio and we had our breakfast delivered here each morning, which was a real treat. Luckily our travel agent was a "Virtuoso" member which entitled us to a free room upgrade. This helped a lot. While it is pricy, we felt the service and amenities were on par with the price.

Candace, Judith, Forrest, and Chris (I'm sure I'm forgetting someone...) were available to provide delicious restaurant recs (Pasqual's and The Compound were fantastic) and also helped to get my daughter medicine when she was sick and arrange taxis and airport transfers.

My only issue was the lack of a resort shuttle/SUV to take us to various places in town. Apparently their resort car was in the shop during our stay. It would have really come in handy while we were there. While Santa Fe is a very walkable town, there are some destinations that are just a bit to far to walk with young kids.

Stayed: July 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 17, 2011

The three of us (me, my husband, and my sister) had reserved a 2-bedroom suite and were upgraded to a better suite upon arrival. As we'd expected, the suite was decorated with beautiful oriental rugs, hangings from countries around the world, and all sorts of hand-made furniture. The service was exceptionally friendly and prompt, and breakfast was excellent.

However, there were aspects of the rooms that made them less than completely comfortable. First of all, there was almost no drawer space in one of the bedrooms and none at all in the other. There was a dresser in the living room, but there was no reason why the furniture chosen for the bedrooms couldn't have had drawer space. Second, the air conditioning produced icy gusts blasting down onto two of the chairs in the living room, making it impossible to sit comfortably in them when the air conditioning was on. There were no diffusers or dampers in the vents. Similarly, the two bedrooms had no diffusers or controls on the air conditioning vents, so both bedrooms had to be at the same temperature, not an ideal situation for our family in which one sister likes a cold bedroom and the other does not. Third, the bedding was made up very peculiarly; when one got into bed and pulled up the blanket, it only came up to about mid-rib cage rather than to the shoulder or neck. We requested the housekeeper to make the bed with the blanked higher one morning, and she did so, but it was back to the same unsatisfactory arrangement the next day. We had the choice of either remaking the bed or scuttling down about a foot-and-a-half toward the base of the bed to get proper coverage. For $1000 per night, I really expect not to have these glitches.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled with family
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Forrest G, Manager at Inn of the Five Graces, responded to this reviewResponded September 19, 2011

Dear TheFrogLady,
We appreciate your kind words about your experience at the Inn. Our key to success has always been to listen to the feedback of our guests, as it provides us the opportunity to continually improve our service. It is unfortunate to hear that you were not completely satisfied with your experience in your suite. It is our aspiration to provide a balanced offering of modern amenities in a unique and historic setting. Our air conditioning has recently been redone with new mechanical units and set to provide equal distribution throughout the suites, set from within the ductwork. We then installed hand-fabricated louvers in lieu of traditional diffusers. We thank you for your comments and are now looking into redirecting the air-flow away from the lounge chairs in the living room. We further regret that the furniture and drawer space was not satisfactory. The furnishings are specifically selected for each room from the Seret’s private collection, which often times are antique and from around the world. Because of their origin, they may serve one purpose and not another, such as a hand-painted antique cabinet used for a television, which may not offer drawer space in addition. We often change and vary the furnishings in a room and will look into adding more drawer space, in addition to the closet and armoire spaces in that room. It is our desire to make each guests’ stay at The Five Graces pleasurable and memorable, and we thank you for helping us to further our purpose.
Warmest regards,
The Seret Family

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Reviewed May 30, 2011

We just returned from the most magnificent weekend...thanks to everyone at Inn of the Five Graces. I've never been treated with such warmth and respect from hotel staff. They always have a smile in their voice from the moment I made reservations right up until checkout. They were always pleased to do anything for us without hesitation. The hotel is so charming and beautiful that it feels like home right when you arrive. Our room was the Birdsong Room and was so spacious and lovely. I really like that the gorgeous bathroom was quite a distance from the bedroom for privacy. The detailed mosiac tile work in the bathroom is stunning! It has a huge walk in shower! The living room was comfortable with a nice size tv (with Direct tv for our viewing pleasure) and a cd/iPod/iPhone player with beautiful cds available right there for lovely backround music. Believe it or not, the hotel DOES NOT charge for anything you use from the minibar......ok, how often do you see that?? They also don't encourage "tipping" during your stay which is a nice treat but you will find that at checkout, you will WANT to leave the staff a generous gratuity as they are all so wonderful! The bedroom was lovely with a small private patio. My only minor complaint is that the bed (which is so comfortably cozy) is a little large for the room. The person sleeping against the far wall has a tough time maneuvering out of the bed b/c it's right up against the wall. Perhaps a smaller bed? Just a thought.
There is a wonderful community patio just outside the room for quiet reading or just napping. The morning breakfast (which is complimentary) was fantastic. The meals were delicious (really anything you want....) and you can either sit inside or outside in a lovely courtyard with a fountain on beautiful mosaic tables. Right next door is a restaurant (Pink Adobe) if you get hungry (or thirsty) and don't want to stray too far. The Seret family really made sure they created the most heavenly environment for any traveler. I wanted to adopt every staff member I met there. It really did feel like home. I have to say there were a couple moments when i wished there was a small pool though. The weather was wonderfully warm and I imagined taking a quick dip but when the most delicious chocolate covered strawberries showed up at my room, I completely forgot about a pool................... I will be back "in your good graces" again. Thank you for the best weekend !!!

Room Tip: Scheherazade for a smaller cozier room
  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank DeeDee087
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Reviewed May 23, 2011

The Inn of the Five Graces is simply “over the top” in the level of thought that has gone into every aspect of the facility and into everything operationally that might make a guest comfortable. For three nights we stayed in “Scheherazade,” from the ballet of the same name, and my wife was relieved that she wasn’t beheaded in the morning! [Check the internet]. Since other reviews accurately portray of experience of staying at this fine establishment, they need not be repeated, but I might add that the proximity to Canyon Road is a plus for gallery-goers, and that although the place is costly, it offers commensurate ambience and service. We look forward to returning.

Room Tip: Call ahead to discuss preferences.
  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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Forrest G, Manager at Inn of the Five Graces, responded to this reviewResponded September 22, 2011

Dear Rick12346, I am so pleased to hear you enjoyed Scheherazade and the amount of detail that went into that space. Every suite and room at our Inn has a unique layout and personality, because of its history. One of the most enjoyable parts of creating our Inn, was creating each room according to its individuality. We have taken our time over the years and really let each room talk to us, so the details came naturally. Thank you for the tip, letting guests know to call ahead regarding individual preferences. We are here to match those preferences with the individual traits of our rooms. Perhaps you will seek to enjoy another room on your next visit, to which we look forward.
All the best,
The Seret Family

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