In the historic district of Santa Fe, the colorful melting pot of cultures is prominently visible. The Inn of the Five Graces reflects the city's Native American and Spanish architectural heritage. The walls of this hotel are coated with mud, drawing inspiration from Santa Fe de Nuevo México's traditional Pueblo architecture. The designers of this unique hotel, Ira and Sylvia Seret, transformed a row of traditional adobe buildings into The Inn of the Five Graces.
So what are the five graces, you may wonder? It references an Eastern concept - the five graces of sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste. The hotel's unique visual experience is striking from the moment of arrival. It's an exceptional showcase of exotic importers trading with exotic antiques, rugs, textiles, and other interior components. The tile mosaics adorning the kitchens and bathrooms are an eclectic color bomb with a strong oriental influence. Interiors are decorated with one-of-a-kind Persian textiles, Afghan rugs, and American antique furniture. Each of the hotel's 24-suites offers an extraordinary living experience. The handcrafted, mosaic-tiled bathrooms have pampering bath products made in nearby Taos. In addition, the exceptional service elevated The Inn of the Five Graces into New Mexico's top hotel.
The hotel's newest addition is a journey into the world of restoration therapies. The exquisite spa is a sanctuary of all kinds of body, mind, and spirit treatments. The Relaxation Lounge within the spa features a skylight, a kiva fireplace, and a hand-tiled fountain.
You can order your breakfast straight to your room. Fancy trying the local specialty breakfast burrito in your bed? After the delicious nourishment, head out to discover Santa Fe, one of the most historic cities in the USA, with five-hundred-year-old Pueblo villages made of mud and straw.