Hotel St. Francis - One block from
Santa Fe's Historic Plaza

Celebrate the Holidays with Hotel St. Francis

Experience the excitement of the New Year in Santa Fe with Hotel St. Francis!

Celebrate the Holidays in Santa Fe

Also, check out our holiday meals, events, and packages at our sister properties!
Serene and Spacious Lobby

VISIT OUR BOUTIQUE HOTEL IN SANTA FE

Named for the patron saint of Santa Fe, NM, the historic Hotel St. Francis embodies the authentic spirit of old Santa Fe. The décor features handcrafted wood furniture by local artisans inspired by the Palace of the Governors and a palette of natural colors reflecting the days of Santa Fe's early Franciscan missionaries. Hotel St. Francis, a Heritage Hotel & Resort property, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Just a block from Santa Fe’s historic Plaza, our hotel in Santa Fe offers guests a wide array of accommodations and amenities including an onsite bar, and indoor and outdoor patio seating. The finest among historic boutique hotels in Santa Fe has been magnificently restored and renovated. Learn more about the oldest Santa Fe historic hotel.

Luxury Santa Fe Guestrooms

Historic Hotel in Santa Fe Near The Plaza

Located one block from Santa Fe's historic Plaza, the enchanting and historic Hotel St. Francis, the oldest hotel in Santa Fe, invites you to savor the culture of New Mexico. Experience the best wines and garden-to-glass cocktails at Secreto, our hotel bar, or experience the Gruet tasting room. Soak up the sights and sounds of Santa Fe from our streetside Loggia.

Because of its unique location and historic charms, our hotel in Santa Fe offers guests exclusive travel opportunities in New Mexico. Neighboring landmarks, shops, businesses, restaurants, and many exciting things to do in Santa Fe, NM are within walking distance.



Santa Fe's Oldest Hotel

Historic New Mexico Hotel

The 80 European style guestrooms at our hotel in Santa Fe have been renovated with historical accuracy. Our tranquil accommodations feature natural shades and handcrafted furnishings that reflect Santa Fe's early Spanish settlers. We have augmented these features with many modern conveniences and luxuries, including flat-screen televisions, a business center, and wireless Internet access.