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Sitting at the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Santa Fe is one of the country’s oldest cities. Founded in the early 1600’s by Spanish explorers, Santa Fe is known for its Pueblo-style architecture and as a hub for the visual and performing arts. A place where Old West style blends with modern times, Santa Fe’s history is very much a part of its present. Teeming with centuries-old adobe buildings, art galleries, and world-class restaurants, Santa Fe is the ideal vacation destination for travelers seeking something different. An unrivaled mix of history, art, culture, and nature, Santa Fe is sure to have something for every kind of traveler.
Steeped in history, Santa Fe’s artistic and cultural heritage is undeniable. The El Rey Inn is the perfect home base for culture craving travelers visiting Santa Fe as we’re located less than three miles from the area’s most popular museums, monuments, and historic sites.
Santa Fe truly shines during the summer. Visitors are treated to warm weather, gorgeous scenery and a bustling community full of activities. Experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of the Southwest while staying at the El Rey Inn Santa Fe. Head to the historic plaza and be in the hub of the city. While there you can enjoy great food, shopping, and entertainment.
In the winter, Santa Fe becomes a snowy wonderland offering some of the best conditions for skiing and snowboard in the country at Ski Santa Fe. With a base area elevation of 10,350 feet, Ski Santa Fe is among the highest ski areas in the continental United States.
DINING NEAR THE EL REY
Santa Fe is home to some of the most popular and unique restaurants in New Mexico. Sample the bold flavors of Southwestern dining, classic Mexican food, or opt for traditional American cuisine. Whether you are seeking a five-star restaurant or want to experience a local favorite, the El Rey Inn Santa Fe puts you within minutes from the best of Santa Fe dining.Learn More