Santa Fe Attractions
Visit Santa Fe's Loretto Chapel, The Plaza, and More
Discover a vibrant gateway to Santa Fe sights and attractions at Eldorado Hotel & Spa. Nestled at the foot of the rugged Sangre de Cristo Mountains at an elevation of 7,200 feet in New Mexico's desert highlands, Santa Fe is a city known for its rich blend of Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo cultures and traditions.
Guests of Eldorado are within walking distance of authentic restaurants, sophisticated shopping venues, and colorful local attractions such as the Santa Fe Plaza, the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum and the Lensic Performing Arts Center. Minutes away are The Museum of New Mexico and Loretto Chapel's miraculous staircase, a magnificent engineering marvel shrouded in religious mystery. Come enjoy inspired accommodations and warm, hospitable service only steps from it all.
Historic Walks of Santa Fe
Walk in the footsteps of Spanish, Native American and Old West cultures for an interesting and enriching way to see our fascinating and unique city of Santa Fe. The majority of the guides from “Historic Walks of Santa Fe” are museum docents who comment on the rich history and cultures of Old Santa Fe, including the New Mexico History Museum, St. Francis Cathedral, Loretto Chapel & Miraculous Staircase and one of the oldest mission churches in the U.S. – San Miguel Mission. Daily Historic / Cultural Tours depart from the Eldorado Hotel & Spa at 9:30 am and 1:30 pm.
Located adjacent to the Eldorado Hotel & Spa, the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum collection features over 3,000 works with 1,149 pieces created by the famous artist. The museum also presents special exhibitions and has shown works by more than 140 artists.
Santa Fe Opera (4.3 miles)
The Santa Fe Opera is an extraordinary place. The striking, open-air theater features American performers in a wide-ranging and challenging repetoire in a striking setting that is recognized as one of the world's leading cultural festivals.
Canyon Road Galleries (1 mile)
Santa Fe is known for its art and Canyon Road in Santa Fe has over one hundred art galleries in a mile-long stretch of road. Find art created by internationally acclaimed artists in both traditional and contemporary traditions.