Inn of the Five Graces Named #2 Top Hotel in United States, Launches New Guest Packages

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The Inn of the Five Graces, a 25-room Relais & Châteaux property located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, has been named the #2 Top City Hotel in the USA by Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards 2021. The Inn announces it will launch two new packages, including a Complimentary Fourth Night and a Romance Package.

Inn of the Five Graces guest suite

“We are celebrating the Inn’s prestigious position on the lists of Travel + Leisure’s best hotels in the country by offering our guests these wonderful opportunities to enjoy the fall and winter seasons in the City Different,” said General Manager Erin Poders.

Santa Fe’s Inn of the Five Graces, a Relais & Châteaux Property, announces it has been named the #2 Top City Hotel in the USA by Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards 2021 and will launch a series of guest packages, including a Complimentary Fourth Night and Romance in the Southwest.

In 2021, TIME Magazine recognized Santa Fe as one of 100 extraordinary travel destinations across the globe in its third annual list of the World’s Greatest Places, while Condé Nast Traveler ranked Santa Fe as the #4 city in their Reader’s Choice Awards for the category of “Top 10 Small Cities in the U.S.” The City Different was also ranked #2 in Travel + Leisure’s “best Cities in the U.S.”

COMPLIMENTARY FOURTH NIGHT*

Reserve four nights through the end of February and receive with the Inn’s compliments:

  • Complimentary fourth night
  • Daily full breakfast
  • Complimentary mini bar
  • Access to The Spa of The Five Graces
  • No resort fee added to the room rate

ROMANCE IN THE SOUTHWEST*
Discover romance in Santa Fe with the one you love. The three-night Romance in the Southwest Package includes:

  • Three-nights in a Premium Junior Suite or above
  • Two 60-minute massages
  • Bottle of New Mexican sparkling wine and chocolate-covered strawberries
  • Complimentary room upgrade (if available at check in)
  • Daily breakfast
  • Complimentary mini bar
  • Access to The Spa of The Inn of the Five Graces

“We are celebrating the Inn’s prestigious position on the lists of Travel + Leisure’s best hotels in the country by offering our guests these wonderful opportunities to enjoy the fall and winter seasons in the City Different,” said General Manager Erin Poders.

Nestled in the heart of Santa Fe, New Mexico’s historic district, The Inn anchors the historic 17th century Barrio de Analco, or Quarter "Across the Water" in the language of the Mexican Tlaxcala Indians, who came to Santa Fe in 1598 with Spanish explorers. The Inn blends Eastern tradition with New Mexican hospitality and sensual elegance. The adobe buildings, some centuries old, hold suites of unsurpassing beauty. Interiors are lavishly decorated with intricate mosaic tiles, coved ceilings, thick beams carved by hand hundreds of years ago, hand crafted Tibetan furnishings, richly colored throws, jewel-toned carpets, gleaming chandeliers and wood-burning fireplaces.

Guest room amenities include sumptuous robes and slippers, a fully stocked mini bar and kitchenettes. The Inn also boasts complimentary breakfast, in-room dining options available from the adjacent 315 Restaurant & Wine Bar, a 24-hour concierge service, valet parking, a full-service fitness center and an enchanting spa with an enticing treatment menu inspired by the natural setting and the hotel’s unique fusion of Tibetan and East Indian ideals, traditions and style.

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*Offer Details: Complimentary Fourth Night offer is valid for stays from November 1, 2021 through February 28, 2022. Romance Package’s Complimentary Room Upgrade is based upon availability at check in and is not guaranteed. Both offers are subject to availability, blackout dates may apply and may not be combined with any other offers or promotions. Not valid on existing reservations.

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ABOUT THE INN OF THE FIVE GRACES: The AAA Four Diamond award-winning 25-room Inn of The Five Graces, a Relais & Chateaux property, is a 25-room private sanctuary of lavishly decorated and supremely comfortable suites with dual sinks, deep soaking tubs, art and artifacts and wood burning fireplaces. Originally known as Seret's 1001 Nights, the property opened in 1996 after present proprietors Ira and Sylvia Seret took a cluster of historic buildings and created a magical and fanciful retreat, blending traditional building methods with décor designed and curated by the couple and inspired by their travels around the world. Sylvia Seret, a renowned mosaic artist, designed the extensive mosaic tilework for the suites and bathrooms while Ira Seret enhanced the Inn with his touch for art and interior design. The couple is internationally known for their imports and creation of unique and exotic architectural elements, rugs, furnishings and antiques, which are showcased in Seret & Sons, only a block from the Inn.

In 2002, The Inn found its new name honoring an exotic, sensuous and luxurious atmosphere along with its many Silk Route artifacts. The Five Graces was chosen to honor an Eastern belief that people are graced with five ways to enjoy the pleasures of the world: sight, sound, touch, smell, taste.

The Inn was named #2 Top City Hotel in the USA by Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards in 2021 and Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards 2019 named it the #17 Top Hotel in the World, #4 Top Ten Overall USA Hotels and #1 in the Southwest and West USA.

ABOUT PASSPORT RESORTS: Passports Resorts began management of the Inn of the Five Graces in 2021. A San Francisco Bay Area-based hotel management company, Passport Resorts specializes in the operating and marketing of high-end destination boutique resort properties. Their tagline is “Properties with a Soul. Established in 1990, Passport Resorts is recognized internationally for delivering a luxurious and a soulful guest experience while promoting environmental and social responsibility. Properties in the Passport portfolio include the Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur, and Cavallo Point, in Sausalito.

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