Traditional Guest Room
A warm and intimate room with either one or two beds plus Premium amenities like a mini-fridge and coffeemaker.
Explore the best of the Southwest
Built in 1936, El Rey Court Santa Fe boutique hotel is truly one-of-a-kind. Located along the original Route 66 and embodying the culture, history, and art of the Southwest, El Rey Court features 86 unique rooms and suites that are as different as New Mexico itself. No two rooms at El Rey Court are alike and each individually decorated room includes Southwestern décor, original artwork, and modern amenities such as a mini-fridge and coffeemaker. Situated on five acres of lush gardens, yet only minutes away from Santa Fe’s vibrant shopping, dining, and nightlife scene, our verdant grounds are an ideal escape from the noise of everyday life.
Conveniently located off of Highway 66, the El Rey Court is just minutes from downtown Santa Fe, the renowned historic Santa Fe Plaza, and near several of the area’s most popular attractions. Tour the Georgia O’Keefe Museum or the New Mexico Museum of Art, hit the slopes during the winter at Ski Santa Fe, catch a dazzling performance at the Santa Fe Opera, or explore the desert wildlife at Hyde Memorial State Park. Teeming with centuries-old adobe buildings, art galleries, nature, and world-class restaurants, Santa Fe is the ideal vacation destination for travelers seeking something unexpected.
Completely reimagined with a retro vibe, casual ambiance, and modern amenities, the El Rey Court features 86 unique rooms and suites. Decorated with original artwork and prints by local artists, Premium Guest Rooms also include Kiva fireplaces, Southwestern ceilings, fine woodwork, ornate tinwork, and Willow shutters resulting in a truly authentic Santa Fe experience. No two rooms at the El Rey Court are alike, so every time you stay with us it will feel like it's the first time. Choose a Traditional Guest Room, a Premium Guest Room, or our spacious Lodge, and enjoy modern amenities like a mini-fridge and coffeemaker as well as our traditional Southwestern décor.