What is a Santa Fe Casita?
Casita is a Spanish Word that Means “Little House”
At Casas de Guadalupe, each of our ten authentic Santa Fe casitas offers a unique and authentically southwestern lodging experience. Different from Santa Fe hotels, our casitas radiate warmth, provide a fully-furnished home away from home, and welcome visitors to explore New Mexico’s enchanting history.
Santa Fe Casitas Offer Gracious Living with History
Originally built in the 1930’s around the time when Georgia O’Keeffe moved to New Mexico, Casas de Guadalupe casitas were constructed using traditional adobe building methods to create twelve detached dwellings, each with a private entrance.
Today, each casita has been lovingly restored with all of the modern amenities surrounded by the southwestern ambiance of wooden vigas, serene portals, and kiva fireplaces.