Inn of the Anasazi

    The Inn of the Anasazi offers a distinctly New Mexican blend of Native American and New Age motifs. Native artifacts hang on sandstone walls, Navajo rugs rest on flagstone floors, woven blankets drape over leather chairs, and healing crystals are set discreetly throughout the 57-room property. In the Dining room, Mexico-born chef Martin Rios adds to the hotel’s local flavor with his modern take on Southwestern cuisine. The New Mexican experience continues with the help of the property’s new adventure concierge, who can arrange hot-air balloon rides over the high desert and helicopter flights over Anasazi ruins. Accommodations The boutique property exhibits Southwestern spirit and culture with details such as hand-crafted furnishings, gas-lit kiva fireplaces, and ceilings crafted with vigas and latillas. Facilities An in-house library is host to hundreds of titles, all of which guests are welcome to peruse for the duration of their stay at the inn. Dining The Anasazi Restaurant and Bar pairs Southwestern with the unlikely partner of Asian cuisine to create a uniquely distinct dining experience. Rates From $350 to about $1,600.

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