on December 10, 2000
We really liked the wonderful ammenities at the Inn of the Anasazi. The rooms are beautiful - ours was extremely comfortable with a large, comfy bed, lots of pillows and even a remote-controlled kiva (adobe fireplace). Most rooms have no view, but they are so nicely decorated and comfortable that it doesn't really matter. The hotel boasts exposed beams, stucco walls, lots of Southwestern art (some of it is very beautiful) and all the accoutrements that are to be expected in an upscale hotel. The public rooms, especially the library with its fantastic fireplace, are all very tastefully appointed and nice to hang out in. The hotel is relatively small and has a cozy feel. Inn of the Anasazi is very centrally located (just a block to the main square) and the service is excellent. The restaurant is quite good, although they overdo the Southwestern influence just a tad for my taste - you can't get anything - not even breakfast - without some sort of chilies.
This hotel really embodies the laid-back, comfortable feel and spirit of beautiful Santa Fe - it made our visit complete.
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