Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi
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Historical Traveler Reviews Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi Santa Fe
Great room...Amazing food...
After cancelling our reservations at another inn, we were so very happy to be able to get into the Inn of the Anasazi. Christine, the reservations clerk, was extremely helpful and got us in at the last minute. We arrived and were escorted to a small, but lovely room with the greatest bed.
We had breakfast in the Inn twice (Green chili hasbrowns - YUM!) and lunch once. Everything we ate was AMAZING!! (Ask for the recipe for the corn and tortilla soup!)
On the downside, the room was small with a view of the hotel wall next door. Service was ok and the elevator was broken. However, I would book a stay at the Anasazi again in a heartbeat. If you can get in, do it. You'll have a great time!
One of many stays - always great
This was one of many trips to Santa Fe and our 7th stay at this Inn. Great location off the square and excellent restaurant. This is, IMHO, the best hotel in downtown Sante Fe. Be sure to visit "The Shed" around the corner for green chili stew.
Located right in the center of town. The staff is very helpful. The restaurant food is excellent. I did not give an excellent rating because our room was really small.
Great, from the instant you were welcomed at the door!
What a great property. The room was fantastic as were the 5 star meals. Everyone went out of their way to make the stay very relaxing. Can't wait until our next visit to the Inn.
Refreshing and Relaxing
We were excited to find a member of SLH in Santa Fe, as we had been planning a trip there for years. It was such a great experience, I hope to find time to go many more times!
One of the Best!!!!!
We did not want to leave. A wonderful place with outstanding service.
Best Christmas Present We have ever received. Great Service. Wonderful Food. Very relaxing.
4 star for sure! Thanks Anasazi Inn and Mom & Dad
While visiting friends in Albuquerque we were treated to an evening at the Anasazi Inn and Restaurant. I was extremely pleased with the courtesy of the staff as well the helpfulness of the concierge. The rooms were lovely and the fireplace was so relaxing after a long day of gallery hopping. The inn is decorated with artwork both reminiscent of past cultures along with a smattering of contemporary works of art. Our dinner was delightful and not your normal fare. The menu was a nice change of pace from the usual restaurant offerings. My only disappointment was the waterfall was not working while we were guests at the inn, but Mother Nature made up for that with a light rain most of the night. The cool breeze with the fresh scent of the rain made for a heavenly evening.
Spent Labor Day weekend at the Inn of the Anasazi. Very expensive, but lovely hotel. The room was quaint and comfortable. Despite some of the previous comments on this page, my wife and I enjoyed wonderful service, and a staff eager to please. I would certainly return to this Inn.
Possibly the worse service I have ever encountered
Considering the reputation of this Inn our experience at both the hotel and the restaraunt were unbelievably bad. We met others in Santa Fe who reported similar experiences. The poor service and food quality was evident at many tables.
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