The Inn of the Five Graces in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Have you ever stayed at a place that simply beckons romance?
As I contemplated how to describe the The Inn of the Five Graces, I found myself struggling with the right words.
This Conde Naste Gold List winner has a slight bohemian feel, is dripping with Middle Eastern tapestry and silk, possesses tile work that will leave your jaw ajar, and lures you to light the fireplace, grab a bottle of fine wine, and recite love sonnets while starring into your loved one’s eyes.
Seriously, these rooms will definitely bring out your inner Don Juan.
You will be standing on the coffee table (probably not recommended), arms stretched towards the sky, crooning melodic airs.
Here is a little history from their website:
“In the marvelous old city of Santa Fe, Ira and Sylvia Seret, internationally-known importers and creators of unique and exotic architectural elements, rugs and antiques, decided to take an ancient, dilapidated collection of buildings and create a hotel. The Inn of the Five Graces was originally known as Seret’s 1001 Nights. The 24-suite hotel opened in 1996, and from the beginning the Inn was a magical and fanciful retreat, furnished with near-eastern treasures and antiques that the Serets brought back from their travels. Sylvia Seret designed the fabulous mosaic tile-work for the suites’ kitchens and bathrooms.”
If you are looking for an incredibly romantic place to steal away with your lover, then Santa Fe, New Mexico’s The Inn of the Five Graces is just the perfect place.