Selected as America's Best Bed and Breakfasts by Food and Wine Magazine and nestled in the historic east side of Santa Fe, Antigua Inn offers luxury, privacy, history and 21st century amenities, which are just a few distinctive features that will make your stay in Santa Fe a one-of-a-kind experience. The century-aged adobe house has been artistically restored with hand-troweled Venetian plaster interiors throughout the inviting five bedrooms with private bathrooms and fully equipped gourmet kitchen and dining room. Regional artisans have created custom-designed furnishings, complimented with luxurious Italian linens offering a rejuvenating experience in the Land of Enchantment.
The Vineyard room is a stunning, sunlight filled room with a private balcony overlooking the Inn’s outdoor sitting area. In addition to the Inn’s superior room amenities (Italian linens, gourmet coffee and tea, refrigerator, microwave, Lush soaps, high-speed wireless, 3D HD TV, Blue Ray DVD and two telephones with direct line) thoughtful details include a hand carved king size bed and large private bathroom including a hand-painted tile mural and claw foot tub.
An Native American experience with scenes of northern New Mexico pueblos carved throughout the custom designed furnishings. In addition to the Inn’s superior room amenities (Italian linens, plush robes, gourmet coffee and tea, refrigerator, microwave, Lush soaps, high-speed wireless, 3D HD TV, Blue Ray DVD and two telephones with direct line), private bath and private entrance, the Pueblo room is a secluded room with beautiful brick flooring, queen size bed and is handicap accessible.
The Tapestry room is a captivating room of sunlight and texture. The custom designed furnishings are a textile haven. In addition to the Inn’s superior room amenities (Italian linens, plush robes, gourmet coffee and tea, refrigerator, microwave, Lush soaps, high-speed wireless, 3D HD TV, Blue Ray DVD and two telephones with direct line), private bath and private entrance, the Tapestry room is an exquisite room with hardwood floors and queen size bed.
The Mariposa room is a colorful room adorned with butterflies throughout the custom carved furnishings. In addition to the Inn’s superior room amenities (Italian linens, plush robes, gourmet coffee and tea, refrigerator, microwave, Lush soaps, high-speed wireless, 3D HD TV, Blue Ray DVD and two telephones with direct line), private bath and private entrance, the Mariposa room is a delightful room with hardwood floors and queen size bed.
A delight to the senses with vibrant rose stained glass shutters and windows. The Rose room is versatile with a luxurious leather sofa sleeper that transforms into a lofty queen size bed and is the perfect companion to any of the Inn’s rooms to host additional friends and family. In-room amenities include Italian linens, plush robes, gourmet coffee and tea, Lush soaps, high-speed wireless, 3D HD TV, Blue Ray DVD.
4.8 on November 13, 2013
Having never been to Santa Fe, we took a leap of faith and chose the Antigua Inn based on the great pictures and high praise from other travelers. My husband and I are very well traveled, and have stayed at B and Bs all over the country and in Europe. The Antigua Inn offers the best service of any place we have visited! Property managers Christi and April made sure we had everything we needed for our stay, from a white noise fan for the room, to drinks and snacks in a cooler bag for our hikes. They offered great suggestions for dinners out and daytime excursions, and provided us with maps and guidebooks for everything we were interested in. The lovely housekeeper made fabulous breakfasts for us every morning, including cappuccino! She also did our laundry while we were out exploring. What a great thing to come back to clean, folded clothes in our room's closet! The entire house is gorgeous, with hand-carved wood and beautiful plaster walls throughout. The location is great - a very short walk to the Plaza, but on a quiet side street away from the hustle. We won't stay anywhere but the Antigua Inn when we go back to Santa Fe.
5 on July 07, 2013
This Inn has obviously been lovingly restored: the woodwork is hand carved, the railings are hand wrought, the walls are a luscious silky smooth adobe plaster; there are hand made truffles, hand made toiletries, bathrobes, a jurra coffee maker, and the best coffee EVER, that is roasted and ground locally. My room was a jewel box of refinement and comfort. It had a private patio-and outside door, and an inside door. The location in town was a 4 minute walk to the central plaza, restaurants, and galleries. I've stayed in 4 different luxury hotels in Santa Fe, but will stay in the Antigua Inn from now on.
5 on June 25, 2013
I recently stayed at Antigua Inn when I was in Santa Fe for a photography workshop. I have been to Santa Fe numerous times before and stayed in many different places, but none that could compare to Antigua Inn. The Inn is gorgeous, incredibly comfortable and immaculate, and the hosts (April and Christi) made my stay incomparable. The Inn attends to every detail, including in-room espresso machines, and offers a delicious breakfast every morning. There are also drinks and snacks available 24/7. The location is perfect--a 5 minute walk to the plaza, but yet quiet and private. April and Christi couldn't have been more accommodating and they made my stay so very amazing. I truly have never received that level of service anywhere else. Whenever I am in Santa Fe, I will always stay in the Antigua Inn!! Thank you!
4.8 on June 18, 2011
I stayed a week in June and truly felt I had a home in Santa Fe. The location is unbeatable, and I could walk go everything. The Inn is a remarkable restoration of the adobe but done with the eye of an artist and perfectionist. The hand carved furnishings and stained glass touches make this an unforgettable experience, along with delicious coffee and breakfasts.
4.0 on June 17, 2011
The Inn was perfect! The location and the beautiful decor made our visit the best ever! The renovation of this historic property was obviously a labor of love. The marble baths, the hand carved furniture and the beautiful art make it a place you never want to leave. Also, the wonderful breakfasts were very much enjoyed.
4.4 on June 16, 2011
I've stayed at many inns over the years, but this is the best one: Best quality renovation, comfortable beds, luscious linens & robes, best coffee (we ordered their special coffee on line), best location in Santa Fe. Each room is artistically & lovingly restored with all handcarved beds, cabinets, chairs, venetian plaster walls; each room has a private patio or balcony; we walked everywhere! The inn is 2 blocks from the town square, and there are great restaurants also within walking distance (2-3blocks)- ie. SantaCafe, Osteria (Italian), and Pasquale's. The inn is private, and has lots of private outdoor lounging spaces. The breakfast was marvelous. The tv spectacular! The photos can't do justice to this inn!
4.4 on June 04, 2011
A stay in a 110 year old adobe Inn sounds a bit primitive, but the Antigua Inn is anything but rustic. From the spacious rooms, to the Wyndham Hotel linens, to the Jura coffee maker in the room, our stay felt more like a fine private hotel than a rustic experience. Throw in the warm welcoming staff of two and it all added up to a very enjoyable three night stay in lovely Santa Fe. If you have set your sights on visiting Santa Fe, New Mexico, then a stay at the Antigua Inn will not disappoint.
5 on May 27, 2011
My friend and I found Antigua Inn to be absolutely gorgeous, with many special, custom details in its decor. It was very comfortable - felt like home - and very clean (pristine!), and the location is great for easy walking to the downtown Santa Fe Plaza. Most importantly, the management and staff were very courteous and helpful. What a gem!
4.0 on May 18, 2011
The Inn is a most wonderful place ... close to the Santa Fe square ... great parking ..... feels like your own home ... everything is high quality .... friendly staff .... quiet and cozy, too.
5 on December 06, 2010
My boyfriend and I LOVED the Antigua Inn and April!!! We arrived later in the evening and April was there to welcome us with open arms and a fire in the fireplace. The Inn is beautiful, warm, cozy and inviting. I would have been competely happy not ever leaving the Inn during our time in Sante Fe. April was able to answer all of our questions and point us in the right direction as to experiencing Santa Fe. I would say the only draw back is that it's a little hidden so it's definitely easier to find in the daylight. We will definitely be back!!!!
Historic Neighborhood, Downtown, Small town
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fireplace, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , 3D, HD TVs with over 40 HD channels and 3D movies, Complimentary parking, walk to Plaza and Canyon Rd, Blu-Ray DVD Player in all rooms, Complimentary Signature Coffee and Gourmet Tea, Sub-Zero Refrigerator and Wolf Stove in kitchen, Outdoor Fireplace
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Videos, Wet bar, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, World-class Museums, Annual cultural events, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts, Whitewater Rafting
Includes gourmet quiche and organic bacon