Exploring Santa Fe: A Guide for Guests at Casas de Guadalupe
Casas de Guadalupe is the perfect place to stay in the heart of Santa Fe and explore enchanting Northern New Mexico. To plan your vacation in Santa Fe, book your reservation and follow the links below
Official Santa Fe Convention & Tourist Bureau
Distance: You are in the Middle of It
Santa Fe is a world-renowned travel destination unparalleled in richness of history, heritage, arts and culture. Nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the foothills of the Rockies, immersed in natural beauty, with an average of 300 days of sunshine and blue sky.
Santa Fe Plaza
Distance: 0.2 miles
The cultural, historical and geographical
center of Santa Fe.
Santa Fe Railyard Park and Plaza
Distance: 0.3 miles
Santa Fe’s brilliant new shopping plaza.
Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
Distance: 0.4 miles
Featuring an extensive collection of artwork by one of the most renowned artists of American Modernism.
Canyon Road Art Galleries
Distance: 2 miles
In the United States, only New York City
has a larger art market than Santa Fe.
Canyon Road is the reason.
The Santa Fe Opera
Distance: 5.8 miles
The spectacular open-air Santa Fe Opera House, home to the premier opera company in the West
Santa Fe Walkabouts
Santa Fe Walkabouts offers personalized guided hikes, scenic tours, mountain biking trips and 4WD adventures for individuals, families and small groups. Winter specials include cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
Ski Santa Fe
Distance: 16 miles
Ski Santa Fe is nestled high in the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
Santuario de Guadalupe
Distance: 18 miles
The oldest shrine in the U.S. to Our Lady of Guadalupe, and a site of pilgrimage for thousands each Easter.
Distance: 1 block
If good food, a friendly atmosphere and top entertainment are your priorities, Vanessie is just around the corner. Fireplaces, exciting art, spaciousness, with lots of music from the piano bar make Vanessie a local favorite.
Blue Corn Café & Brewery
Distance: 4 blocks
If you like local micro brews this is a great local spot with good food. Great burgers and authentic Southwest Mexican, try the Atomic Blonde, RoadRunner IPA or Sleeping Dog Stout.
San Francisco Street Bar & Grill
Distance: 4 blocks
Serving Santa Fe since 1985 with large windows overlooking historic San Francisco St. The dining room originally designed as an art space, now attractively exhibits paintings and sculptures that illustrate Santa Fe’s position as the third largest art market in the United States. The hand-tooled mesquite bar was fabricated in Puebla, Mexico at Hacienda Chapital and provides the casual atmosphere that resembled Santa Fe at the turn of the Century. The San Francisco St. Bar & Grill is a tradition not to be missed.
Distance: 5 blocks
A signature restaurant with an intimate and warm blend of color, texture and creativity. The celebrity chef Mark Miller personally designed menus and lighting systems that are works of art in themselves, creating a feast for the eye as well as the palate.
Distance: 5 blocks
Named after the folk saint of New Mexican kitchens and cooks, San Pasqual. The historic pueblo-style adobe is located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe. The festive dining room is lined with hand-painted Mexican tiles and murals by the renowned Mexican painter Leovigildo Martinez. A small cafe (seating only fifty at a time) has been serving Santa Fe for twenty-eight years with emphatically flavored cuisine inspired by the culinary traditions of New Mexico dedicated to using fresh, seasonal, organic and naturally raised foods.
Distance: 6 blocks
Reflecting Santa Fe history in the thick walls of the hacienda dating to 1692. Experience the warm hospitality of northern New Mexico and unique cuisine which mixes Pueblo, Spanish and Mexican influences. The restaurant occupies nine quiet rooms behind Prince Patio, a sunny brick and flagstone courtyard shaded by trumpet vines and adorned with roses in the summer.
The Pink Adobe & Dragon Room
Distance: 8 blocks
The Pink Adobe was established in 1944 and known affectionately by locals as “The Pink,” because of the rose color of the historic, 300 year-old house that is home to the Pink. Wonderful food, get wine list, perfect southwest atmosphere – across the street from the San Miguel Mission, which is considered the oldest church in the United States. International Newsweek has named the Dragon Room Lounge at the Pink Adobe as one of the top 20 bars in the world, this hot spot continues to be THE place to be in old Santa Fe.
Maria’s New Mexican Kitchen
Distance: 0.25 miles
Blue Corn Enchiladas, Fajitas, Chile Rellenos with possibly the greatest Margaritas in town are Maria’s claim with over 100 different types of tequila. The dinner menu contains over thirty items, including steaks, soups and salads, and of course New Mexican dinners, with an average price under $10.
Distance: 0.5 miles
The Compound has a heritage that is rich in history and regional influences. Before its incarnation as a restaurant, the Compound was the centerpiece of a group of houses on Canyon Road where movie stars, industrialists, and socialites visited. Chef Mark Kiffin was rated the “Best Chef of the Southwest” in 2005.
Distance: 0.5 miles
Geronimo’s has established a reputation as the place to dine in Santa Fe and is a Canyon Road Legend. The owners have succeeded in bringing unparalleled sophistication to this 1756 adobe home. The romantic, elegant atmosphere creates a fabulous backdrop for the Global Fusion-Southwest influenced creations of Chef Eric DiStefano. This is fine dinning with reservations a must.
Santa Fe Indian Market
Annual Event in Mid August
The biggest event of the year in Santa Fe, drawing more than 100,000 visitors to view and purchase Indian art and crafts.
Santa Fe Spanish MarketSanta Fe Spanish Market
Early August & Early December
Held twice annually, this is a spectacular showcase of Hispanic art and artisanship.
Annual Event in Early September
The culminating event of the annual Fiestas (held in early September), when Zozobra, a huge papier-mache marionette, is torched. Strange but magical, and utterly unique.
Albuquerque Int’l Balloon Fiesta
Annual Event in Early October
Since its beginning in 1972, with only 13 balloons, this event has become the largest balloon event in the world.
Welcome Fox Hunters!
10% discount for all foxhunters. Casas de Guadalupe is 24 miles from Caza Ladron Hunt in Galisteo, 50 miles to Juan Tomas Hounds in Albuquerque, 12 miles to Santa Fe Equestian Center, 20 minute drive to Ski Santa Fe.
A map with links to museums, including art museums, within eight blocks of Casas de Guadalupe.
A map of art galleries within eight blocks of Casas de Guadalupe.