Tradition Lives On

Old Santa Fe Inn was founded by a New Mexican family with a deep appreciation for the city’s dynamic history and diverse cultural traditions. Now owned by the family’s fourth-generation, its legacy continues—as do our our traditions. Being an integral part of the Santa Fe community, Old Santa Fe Inn is devoted to the unique and historic nature that Santa Fe is known for. Offering an unparalleled modern-day experience, but never straying too far from tradition, we continue to operate on the principles we were founded on, and promise you a stay that encapsulates everything our city and state has to offer.

The Best Place to Experience Santa Fe

“The City Different” is more than our nickname, its a standard we hold ourselves to. You too will discover something different about yourself; whether it be prompted by New Mexican food, Native American jewelry, world-class galleries, legendary events, or the historic culture, you’ll be sure to find something new and unique to delight in. More than just a hotel, it’s our goal to provide you with an authentic Santa Fe experience, embodying every aspect of its history, beauty, and individuality.

When you stay at Old Santa Fe Inn, you’ll experience the very best of Santa Fe! Since the city was first founded in 1610, the Santa Fe Plaza has been the main gathering spot for locals and tourists alike! Within walking distance, you’ll discover a multitude of amenities unique to the city such as galleries, shops, restaurants, local vendors, and artists! Additionally, you’ll enjoy the historic attractions Santa Fe is known for, with landmarks such as The Cathedral, Canyon Road, Loretto Chapel (with the first-ever spiral staircase), and San Miguel Mission (the oldest church in the country)! Want to explore beyond the downtown district? A short walk away are the Santa Fe Railyards, where you can catch the New Mexico Rail Runner and head down south as far as Albuquerque!

An experience like none other, yet a place that feels like home—Santa Fe awaits you. Plan your stay at Old Santa Fe Inn!