This non-denominational chapel seats up to 150 guests. Key design elements include white porcelain flooring, modern white Kartell chairs and a contrasting, beautiful hand-carved, gilded altar. Recessed candelabra shapes offer customizable LED lighting for any color combination while asymmetrical deep set windows allow in natural light. Our Santa Fe venue is complete with full audio and live video streaming capabilities and 2 spacious dressing rooms.
The bridal suite is glamorous with Peruvian styled custom vanities. A vanity with a gilded Spanish Colonial style mirror is adjacent to wedding party vanities, which are simple with beveled mirrors and ottomans with traditional nailhead detailing. The space also includes a three sided full length mirror. There is a private seating area that is upholstered in a beautiful textured fabric, with accent pillows that bring a pop of color and pattern to the space.
The Eldorado Grand Ballroom is the epitome of elegant design and perfect for large receptions. Architectural details include a 15’ ceiling height, beamed and coffered ceilings, large multi-paned doors, traditional wainscoting, and custom lighting fixtures. This ballroom has a sophisticated yet neutral palate with harmonious shades of brown, grey and elements of gold. LED ceiling lighting allows for customization. This 7,000-sq.ft. ballroom holds 500 guests for a reception.
This elegant patio adjoining the Presidential Suite is perhaps the grandest place in town for an outdoor cocktail party, reception, or intimate wedding in Santa Fe. With 360-degree views of downtown Santa Fe, mountains to the east and sunset horizon to the west, the Presidential Patio offers superb style for any occasion.
With close to 4,500 square feet, the Anasazi Ballroom is an intimate ballroom and meeting space. This versatile space is perfect for memorable events up to 200 guests. For smaller groups, the ballroom can be split into two distinct north and south rooms. The north end has a beautiful wood-burning fireplace.
Discover a private event venue that celebrates the Spanish influence on New Mexico with a blend of contemporary and traditional Spanish designs.