The historical Hotel St. Francis has the distinction of being Santa Fe’s oldest hotel and holds a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Built originally as the De Vargas Hotel, this elegant and unique hotel has provided guests with a home-away-from-home in downtown Santa Fe for more than a century.
Along with this deeply-rooted history as one of the most historic hotels in Santa Fe, Hotel St. Francis offers today’s guests a unique hotel experience through the New Mexico art and New Mexico artifacts visible throughout its lobby and hallways.
The Hotel St. Francis design reflects the simple and spiritual style of the Franciscan Missionary Order. It exemplifies serenity, spirituality and simplicity in the heart of the vibrant city of Santa Fe. The elegant white, Mexican marble of our lobby reflects the flickering light of candles spaced throughout. A stone baptismal font serves as the lobby’s focal point. Various handmade crosses and historical religious prints and images throughout this unique hotel celebrate Santa Fe’s spiritual history.
Discover how the historical Hotel St. Francis design offers guests the best when it comes to authentic historical culture in interior design and architecture