It is often said there is no where better to experience the allure of the southwest than in Santa Fe, NM. This 400-year-old city nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountain’s Sangre de Cristo range comes alive with a romantic culture mirrored in the city’s adobe-style homes paired with the enchanting shades of sienna and turquoise resembling the feeling of earth and sky.
Santa Fe’s rustic charm combined with its rich history makes it the perfect place to escape for a romantic getaway. Spend the day exploring a treasure trove of historic sites and admire the burnt sienna adobe buildings as you stroll downtown through the Plaza. Or, immerse yourself with the natural beauty and landscapes of northern New Mexico at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. Santa Fe bed and breakfasts are a popular lodging choice for those who want to experience all the city has to offer and enjoy an imitate getaway. Santa Fe innkeepers help to set the mood with chocolate covered strawberries, romantic kiva fireplaces and other special touches.
El Farolito Bed & Breakfast InnHacienda Nicholas the romance begins when you’re greeted with a dozen roses before enjoying a sensual couple’s massage. Savor a refreshing drink in the inn’s romantic interior courtyard before retreating to your private suite to snuggle up next to the fireplace as you indulge each other with chocolate covered treats. The enchanting El Farolito Bed & Breakfast Inn evokes the romance of a time gone by. Located in the charming downtown historic district of Santa Fe, it’s the perfect place to soak up the town’s picturesque sights. After indulging in a dinner of delectable southwestern cuisine make your way back to one of the seven romantic casitas, each decorated with the flair of Old Mexico, to raise a glass and toast to a once in a lifetime getaway.
Whether you’re watching the sunset from a private sun-drenched patio or cozying up together by a crackling fire in a kiva fireplace, romance is alive in Santa Fe. Fall in love with Santa Fe when you check out our “Get Swept Away in Santa Fe” Pinterest board.