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Best time to take a vacation to Santa Fe

  • Best Time to Go

    As temperatures can get really hot in the summer in Santa Fe, the relatively moderate temperatures of spring and fall make for more pleasant vacations here. But it's not just the temperatures and weather, but also the number of festivals and activities that make the months of September, October, and November the months to travel to Santa Fe. Just remember that regardless of temperature, the sun is always intense and that makes sunscreen mandatory. If, however, winter sports are of interest, January and February are great for skiing and snowboarding, among other pursuits.

  • Best Time to Go

    As temperatures can get really hot in the summer in Santa Fe, the relatively moderate temperatures of spring and fall make for more pleasant vacations here. But it's not just the temperatures and weather, but also the number of festivals and activities that make the months of September, October, and November the months to travel to Santa Fe. Just remember that regardless of temperature, the sun is always intense and that makes sunscreen mandatory. If, however, winter sports are of interest, January and February are great for skiing and snowboarding, among other pursuits.

Insider tips for Santa Fe travel

  • Casa de Chimayo

    Enjoy the most authentic southwestern cuisine when dining at Casa de Chimayo which some have called the best in Santa Fe.

  • The Plaza

    The Plaza is the heart of the city and its historic old town, no visit would be complete without it.

  • Kakawa Chocolate House

    Take a tour and get a sample of the wonderful confections at the Kakawa Chocolate House.

  • Ten Thousand Waves

    Ten Thousand Waves is a Japanese style spa that is the place for pampering in the city.

  • Georgia O'Keefe Museum

    Get a Santa Fe Museum pass and get free admission to the Georgia O'Keefe Museum as well as the four state owned museums.

  • Casa de Chimayo

    Enjoy the most authentic southwestern cuisine when dining at Casa de Chimayo which some have called the best in Santa Fe.

  • The Plaza

    The Plaza is the heart of the city and its historic old town, no visit would be complete without it.

  • Kakawa Chocolate House

    Take a tour and get a sample of the wonderful confections at the Kakawa Chocolate House.

  • Ten Thousand Waves

    Ten Thousand Waves is a Japanese style spa that is the place for pampering in the city.

  • Georgia O'Keefe Museum

    Get a Santa Fe Museum pass and get free admission to the Georgia O'Keefe Museum as well as the four state owned museums.

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Santa Fe Vacation Packages

Hotel only $109

1 La Fonda Hotel

4 stars
4.0 / 5 82 reviews

100 E. San Francisco Map

Extra Savings!

Stay at the vibrant landmark hotel on historic Santa Fe plaza La Fonda Hotel is a Santa Fe classic. This downtown hotel has firmly held its place in the heart of the city for nearly a century. Treat companions to a New Mexico experience steeped in authentic southwestern... More

Hotel only $99

2 Las Palomas

4 stars
4.0 / 5 196 reviews

460 West San Francisco Street Map

Save 25%!

Experience warmth of Santa Fe in a quiet apartment-style hotelLas Palomas is an ideal hotel to experience simplified warmth and style of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Discreet apartment- and condo-style units are thoughtfully decorated to feel like the private residence of a... More

Hotel only $76

3 Santa Fe Sage Inn

3 stars
3.6 / 5 69 reviews

725 Cerrillos Road Map

Save 25% on your stay

Santa Fe Sage Inn, a New York Times hotel pick, located just 6 blocks from the Historic Plaza and directly across from the Santa Fe Railyard Park. This Santa Fe favorite hotel is an excellent choice for affordable downtown lodging that connects you to the Heart of Santa... More

Hotel only $89

4 Luxx Hotel

4 stars
3.5 / 5 63 reviews

105 East Marcy Map

Luxx Boutique Hotel is a hip and stylish property located in historic downtown Santa Fe. An abundance of diverse award winning restaurants are moments away. Our perfect location has easy access to art galleries, museums, convention center, designer shopping and Canyon... More

Hotel only $105

5 Hotel Santa Fe & Spa

4 stars
4.0 / 5 95 reviews

1501 Paseo de Peralta Map

Save 30%!

Full-service boutique hotel and spa is a Santa Fe treasureReach downtown Santa Fe on foot or by shuttle from Hotel Santa Fe & Spa, a quiet and refined New Mexico hacienda-style hotel. Indulge in holistic spa treatments, gourmet flavors of the Southwest -- served in a... More

Hotel only $89

6 The Lodge at Santa Fe - Heritage Hotels and Resorts

3 stars
3.5 / 5 98 reviews

744 Calle Mejia Map

Save 25%

Overlook downtown Santa Fe from hills near Opera house The Lodge at Santa Fe is a filled with rich character and stunning views, perched in the Sangre de Cristo foothills. This inviting retreat is operated by a native U.S. hotelier who uses exquisite craftwork to carry... More

Hotel only $111

7 Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe - Heritage Hotels and Resorts

4 stars
3.9 / 5 52 reviews

125 Washington Ave. Map

Save 25%

Please note that the hotel restaurant is currently closed for the season. Hotels supporting cultural causes. Featured in the 2006 Small Elegant Hotels Guide, and located in the heart of Old Santa Fe just steps to the historic Plaza, guests experience the ultimate in... More

Hotel only $138

8 Hotel St. Francis - Heritage Hotels and Resorts

4 stars
3.5 / 5 43 reviews

210 Don Gaspar Ave Map

Save 25%!

Upscale Historic Santa Fe propertyThe Hotel St Francis was named after the patron saint of the city and has been recently renovated to give it a modern feel, while retaining the traditional features. The colors used have been chosen to reflect the surroundings and the... More

Hotel only $208

9 Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi

5 stars
4.7 / 5 27 reviews

113 Washington Ave Map

Chic downtown Santa Fe boutique hotel with family-friendly perks Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi has the stylish boutique feel found at the core of hip U.S. cities. Here, the museum-hopping, gourmet Southwest cuisine-seeking visitor to Santa Fe will find a quality hotel with... More

Hotel only $95

10 Fort Marcy Hotel Suites

3 stars
4.1 / 5 103 reviews

321 Kearney Avenue Map

Save 20%!

Look over Santa Fe from hilltop condominium kitchen units Enjoy the independence of a condominium hotel unit in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Fort Marcy Hotel Suites provide 100 accommodations, each with their own Southwestern character, ideal for private families and groups.... More

Santa Fe highlights

  • Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National

    Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument is an amazing place with cone shape rocks and wildlife viewing.

  • Kowboyz

    Kowboyz is the place to go for cowboy boots, western wear, hats, skirts, and accessories for affordable prices.

  • Jezebel Soda Fountain

    Jezebel Soda Fountain is at the same location as originally built in the 1920's and features 20 different flavors of ice cream.

  • Kokopelli Rafting

    Kokopelli Rafting organizes white water rafting trips down the Rio Grande and the Rio Charma for both wild and mild sports vacations.

  • Black Mesa Golf Club

    The Black Mesa Golf Club is known for its dramatic scenery and lack of man-made distractions for your perfect round of golf.

  • Wheelwright

    Storytelling at the Wheelwright is live performance art where Joe Hayes spins tales from Native American, Latino, and European culture.

  • New Mexico History Museum

    The New Mexico History museum has only been open since 2009 and covers four hundred years of history.

  • Museum of International Folk Art

    The Museum of International Folk Art contains the largest international folk art collection in the whole world.

  • Ghost Ranch

    The Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu and in Santa Fe is a place to renew your spirit in two different locations.

  • Contemporary Hispanic Market

    The Contemporary Hispanic Market is held every July and features more than 100 artists and is the largest Hispanic market in the country.

  • Introduction

    Santa Fe, New Mexico is a desert city that is known for its vibrant arts community. However, it also boasts breathtaking scenery and historical points of interest. There are also many outdoor activities such as Geo-caching and snowboarding. Vacations here also allows travelers to visit Indian Pueblos offering some unique Native American art and jewelry that cannot be found anywhere else. Travel to Santa Fe should include visits to the Georgia O'Keefe Museum, the Georgia O'Keefe store and the Palace of the Governors, a building that has not stood empty for four hundred years, a record in the United States.

  • Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National

    Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument is an amazing place with cone shape rocks and wildlife viewing.

  • Kowboyz

    Kowboyz is the place to go for cowboy boots, western wear, hats, skirts, and accessories for affordable prices.

  • Jezebel Soda Fountain

    Jezebel Soda Fountain is at the same location as originally built in the 1920's and features 20 different flavors of ice cream.

  • Kokopelli Rafting

    Kokopelli Rafting organizes white water rafting trips down the Rio Grande and the Rio Charma for both wild and mild sports vacations.

  • Black Mesa Golf Club

    The Black Mesa Golf Club is known for its dramatic scenery and lack of man-made distractions for your perfect round of golf.

  • Wheelwright

    Storytelling at the Wheelwright is live performance art where Joe Hayes spins tales from Native American, Latino, and European culture.

  • New Mexico History Museum

    The New Mexico History museum has only been open since 2009 and covers four hundred years of history.

  • Museum of International Folk Art

    The Museum of International Folk Art contains the largest international folk art collection in the whole world.

  • Ghost Ranch

    The Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu and in Santa Fe is a place to renew your spirit in two different locations.

  • Contemporary Hispanic Market

    The Contemporary Hispanic Market is held every July and features more than 100 artists and is the largest Hispanic market in the country.

  • Introduction

    Santa Fe, New Mexico is a desert city that is known for its vibrant arts community. However, it also boasts breathtaking scenery and historical points of interest. There are also many outdoor activities such as Geo-caching and snowboarding. Vacations here also allows travelers to visit Indian Pueblos offering some unique Native American art and jewelry that cannot be found anywhere else. Travel to Santa Fe should include visits to the Georgia O'Keefe Museum, the Georgia O'Keefe store and the Palace of the Governors, a building that has not stood empty for four hundred years, a record in the United States.