Getting There

You can fly into the Santa Fe Airport or the Albuquerque International Sunport. It's generally easier to fly into Albuquerque (more flights, less expensive), but it is an hour's drive from Albuquerque to Santa Fe, and additional 20 min. to the Hilton Buffalo Thunder and to La Mesita Ranch. There is little public transportation within Santa Fe and beyond, so renting a car is your best option.

There are no room blocks, but below are a few hotels that Cory and Katie recommend if you are still looking for accommodations.

Hilton Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino

The Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino has you covered with the full range of guest amenities and services. It's not just our spectacular amenities, which include a world-class casino, 27 holes of championship golf, a lavish spa, and gourmet dining opportunities. We also pride ourselves on offering warm, gracious, personalized service to each guest.
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Rancho Encantado

The scent of piñon woodsmoke fills the air as you step onto your private patio to watch the sun set. In Santa Fe, it’s hard not to feel a little spoiled by the rugged beauty that surrounds our intimate, 65-room Resort. Set on 57 rolling acres in the Sangre de Cristo foothills, and just 10 minutes from downtown’s shops and galleries, Rancho Encantado is undeniably romantic. Begin your days with a hike along the nearby ridges and arroyos as your guide shares tales of our dude-ranch past, then relax by our pool, indulge in a healing treatment at our Spa, and join us at Terra for elevated, regional cuisine before strolling back to your casita beneath a sweeping night sky.

La Posada

Welcome to your Southwestern getaway.  Here, the rich history of New Mexico meets modern amenities. It is a magical place where legend and beauty merge. We are a member of Historic Hotels of America, the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation for recognizing and celebrating the finest historic hotels across America. 

Hotel Santa Fe

In the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains lies Santa Fe, a city renowned for celebrating the cultural inheritance and pure spirit of the Pueblo people. No hotel embodies these values more than Hotel Santa Fe, a tradition-centric retreat that invites you to experience true hospitality in the city's only Native American owned hotel.

The Lodge

The Lodge at Santa Fe’s design is inspired by the ancient and legendary building traditions of the Anasazi and Puebloan peoples. The hotel stands atop the Santa Fe hills with beautiful views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and is minutes away from the historic Santa Fe Plaza.
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