What to Expect at the Inn of the Five Graces:
Guests mingle in common rooms and courtyards over breakfast and daily happy hours. There’s a guest library and Web-connected computer but no fitness area. Rooms, all non-smoking, are serviced twice daily. A 10 percent service charge covers snacks, happy hour, parking, and tips.
Guest Rooms at the Inn of the Five Graces:
Invitingly dressed beds are downy cocoons. Bathrooms are mosaic-tiled. Amenities include TV, CD, full closets and delectable sage-scented toiletries. Fridges are stocked with goodies like Perrier, paté, and Snickers bars. Rooms have shaded patios and/or balconies.
Dining at the Inn of the Five Graces:
The friendly but not intrusive staff knows Santa Fe well and makes insider restaurant recommendations and reservations.
Weddings and Honeymoons at the Inn of the Five Graces:
Couples are treated to candles, Champagne and Asian red incense that captures marriage luck. The staff can help make arrangements with local clergy, etc. Romantic getaway packages highlight Sante Fe pursuits such as cooking, photography and gallery-going.
Nearby the Inn of the Five Graces:
You’ll need a car to reach the Santa Fe Opera, hiking destinations, Pueblo Indian ruins, funky dive restaurants, and music clubs. Santa Fe is an hour north of Albuquerque and its Sunport airport.
Is the Inn of the Five Graces Right for You?:
Where to Find More Information About the Eldorado Hotel:
Inn of the Five Graces
150 East DeVargas St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
For more information and reservations:
Inn of the Five Graces Web Site
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