Santa Fe, NM
New Mexico
By Summer Brons

With over 300 days each year full of sunshine and blue skies, Santa Fe just may be the ideal vacation destination. Nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, this beautiful city is bursting with culture and adventure. would love to help you plan your Santa Fe travels!     

Flying into New Mexico's capital is a snap, with the Santa Fe Municipal Airport just nine miles outside of the downtown area. Book your flight through by clicking ( and take advantage of our low airfare prices. We can help with hotels, too. Just click ( and select your hotel of choice with our great prices.     

The oldest capital city in the United States, Santa Fe has a long and fascinating history. suggests a visit to the Palace of the Governors, boasting the title of the country's oldest continuously occupied building. A 400 year old structure, the Palace showcases a vivid recollection of the past through its collection and exhibits. Just a short walk from the Palace is the New Mexico Museum of Art, offering a sizable collection of historical artwork and a regularly changing variety of contemporary exhibits. Museum Hill is also a must-see side of Santa Fe, hosting two museums dedicated to Native American art and tradition, as well as a museum housing the country's largest collection of international folk art. Many of the city's museums also offer lectures, art classes, and workshops, allowing a full hands-on experience of New Mexico's culture.    

Santa Fe is fantastic destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Whether your passion lies in golf, hiking, fishing, bicycling, river rafting, or even skiing, you can indulge your craving for adventure here. The city also has a number of scenic parks, over 50 of them, all offering additional opportunity for relaxation or play. knows that travelers love the unique shopping and dining opportunities available while on vacation, and Santa Fe promises not to disappoint. In addition to popular retailers, you can find unique handcrafted creations or Southwest classics like turquoise jewelry and cowboy boots. Many of these boutiques can be found in historical buildings, adding to the charm of the shopping experience. During a busy day exploring Santa Fe, you'll surely need to refuel, and this is the perfect city to satisfy the foodie in everyone. You'll no doubt hear the question "red or green?" in referring to the ever-popular chile when ordering classics like enchiladas or chile rellenos. Southwestern cuisine is packed with flavor, and New Mexico has perfected the art. If you're craving alternatives, Santa Fe has you covered there, too. From international creations to American classics, the city is rapidly becoming a culinary hotspot thanks to talented chefs and a food-passionate community.    

Since no vacation is complete without some true relaxation, insists you book at least one afternoon at one of the city's many upscale spas. Specializing in treatments from around the world, indulge in a massage, facial, or body wrap to refresh and recharge while on vacation in Santa Fe.     

With gorgeous scenery, ideal weather, and so much to see and do, Santa Fe offers a truly luxurious vacation experience. Book your New Mexico travels through and come live the magic of the Southwest for yourself.


  • 1. State Capitol Building
  • 2. San Miguel Mission
  • 3. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
  • 4. Santa Fe Opera House
  • 5. Hyde Memorial Park
  • 6. New Mexico Museum of Art
  • 7. Santa Fe Children's Museum
  • 8. New Mexico History Museum
  • 9. Ski Santa Fe
  • 10. Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis


  • 1. Indian Arts Festival - May
  • 2. Thirsty Ear Festival - June
  • 3. New Mexico Jazz Festival - July
  • 4. Santa Fe International Folk Art Market
  • 5. Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival - July/August
  • 6. Whitehawk Antique Show - August
  • 7. Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta - September
  • 8. Santa Fe Film Festival - October
  • 9. Harvest Festival - October
  • 10. Recycle Santa Fe Art Festival - November


Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza
100 Sandoval Street, Santa Fe, NM
By Courtney Singer

The Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza lies, as its name implies, only one block from the Historic Santa Fe Plaza.  This bustling area is home to many of the city’s markets and festivals, as well as the major thrust of shopping and dining establishments.  The centralized location of the Hilton makes it an ideal starting point for vacationers looking to explore this bohemian metropolis.

The Hilton has 158 guest rooms, with 2 parlor rooms and 3 casitas.  The casitas are adobe dwellings from the original historic coach house, which was built on the property in 1625.  Each casita comes equipped with a kiva fireplace and kitchen.  All rooms have wired high-speed internet access.  Other amenities offered by this exceptional hotel are two restaurants, an outdoor pool and hot tub, 24-hour fitness club, and a gift shop.  

The Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza is an excellent resource for those looking to plan a conference or event.  With 7,000 square feet of banquet space and 10 separate meeting rooms, the hotel can accommodate up to 300 people.  Additionally there is a full-service business center onsite, and an audio-visual center offsite.

Santa Fe itself is the perfect stopping point for those looking to ski or perhaps balloon.  Only 20 miles from the Santa Fe Ski Basin, visitors can go spend a day on the slopes and then return to the warmth of the cozy Hilton lobby.  For those more interested in the skies than snow, the annual Balloon Festival is held every year in Albuquerque, 50 miles south of Sante Fe.   

The Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza is located only 10 miles away from the Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF).  For the international traveler, flying into the Albuquerque Sunport International Airport (ABQ) is probably more likely; make sure to reserve a car as ABQ is about 50 miles south of Santa Fe.  Luckily, the Hilton is conveniently situated right off Interstate 25.     

Set in the beautiful and vast Southwest, Santa Fe is a refuge for the outdoor enthusiast and/or aspiring artist.  When visiting this unique town, suggests the equally distinctive Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza.  To make a reservation now, go to (   


Homewood Suites by Hilton Santa Fe-North
10 Buffalo Thunder Trail, Santa Fe, NM
By Sarah Hay

The desert beauty of Santa Fe is gorgeously reflected at the Homewood Suites by Hilton® Santa Fe-North. Near Pueblo of Pojoaque, visitors will find Homewood Suites at the center of regional activities and attractions, including Nambe Falls, Bandelier National Monument, Taos, and local shopping, as well as museums and casinos. Business guests will appreciate the proximity of the hotel to Los Alamos National Labs and several state offices.

Whether you’re in town for business or pleasure, you’ll love the hotel’s evening reception, held Monday through Thursdays, featuring a complimentary light meal and beverages. To help get your day off to a great start, Homewood Suites also offers a complimentary hot breakfast every day. If you’re looking to relax, you’ll find a pool, fitness center and golfing facilities on site, along with free high speed Internet access.

Each studio, one- and/or two bedroom suite features a complete kitchen with a full sized refrigerator, plus all the comforts of home, including a microwave, dual burner stove and dishwasher. Stretch out in your suite, where you’ll love the separate living and sleeping areas, and two remote control televisions, along with two phones with voice mail, plus free local phone calls. DVD players are available upon request, and ironing boards, irons and hair dryers can be found in every suite.

Corporate meetings and receptions find a home at Homewood Suites, with a 783-square foot meeting room in the hotel, along with a 24-hour convenience store on site as well. Pets are allowed at the hotel for a fee, and with a 3 p.m. check-in time and 12 p.m. check-out time, you’ll find everything you need in one location to make your southwest trip a trip of a lifetime at Homewood Suites by Hilton® Santa Fe-North. Let help get you started with your reservations by clicking here (