Places of Interest
Santa Fe hotels
The UNESCO-designated cultural city of Santa Fe is the capital of the state of New Mexico and is famous for fabulous art galleries, world-class accommodations, dining, and shopping. The Los Angeles Times rated New Mexico the top place to visit in 2012, and with its world class hotels, resorts, vacation rentals, bed and breakfasts, the oldest capital in the U.S. is the perfect place to experience all the wonders New Mexico has to offer. Santa Fe also has a wide range of outdoor activities and natural attractions and is perfect as a romantic destination.
Santa Fe Quick Picks and Tips
Santa Fe hosts the Convention of the Open Archives Initiative, and has several convention centers, the most popular being the 73,000 sq. ft. Santa Fe Community Convention Center.
Santa Fe is a food lover's paradise, famous for its chili and wide range of culinary options. Guests should attend one of the many food events, annual food festivals, or go for a cookery class, Santa Fe style. Sample the fabulous Southwestern cuisine at the lovely La Casa Sena.
Major Point of Interest
Visit Ski Santa Fe, which is located high in the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains, 16 miles from the heart of Santa Fe, for some of the best skiing in the world.
Santa Fe has been a trading post since the time of the Chacoan civilizations and Native Americans and is a shopping mecca famous for amazing handmade products. Visit the Sanbusco Center, an amazing up market mall with dozens of specialty shops.
Hockey and basketball are the popular sports in Santa Fe. The city is now home to Santa Fe Fuego, which plays in the Pecos League of Professional Baseball Clubs.