Whatever you may need during your business trip to Santa Fe, we encourage you to stay at Inn on the Paseo in the heart of Santa Fe. We offer the flavor of a locally-owned inn that is a blend of Southwestern style and country charm, only three blocks from the Santa Fe Plaza and the Canyon Road Gallery District and five blocks away from the Georgia O’Keeffe museum. During your stay, we offer business travelers a complimentary breakfast each morning, luxury Frette Italian linens and towels, and luxury bath amenities, free wireless internet and free guest parking. Currently, we are offering 10% off Sunday through Thursday midweek stays. Additionally, we are offering business travelers one free night after ten nights booked. Call to reserve (505) 984.8200.
For those business travelers that may have some free time while in Santa Fe, we’ve put together a list of ideas and activities for you while ‘off the clock’:
Playing Golf in Santa Fe
Northern New Mexico proudly offers a range of golf outings in and around Santa Fe. The courses are affordable and provide a mix of high desert, open links and mountain courses.
At the end of a busy work day, there is nothing better than a spa treatment in Santa Fe. Choose from treatments utilizing ancient remedies of the Southwest or timeless traditions from Thailand, Indonesia and Sweden.
Finish up a day of exploring Santa Fe by taking a deep breath and sinking deeper into the hot mineral springs at Ojo Caliente. Drink in the beautiful mountain view under the stars and let all your cares melt away.
Santa Fe has a vibrant and eclectic music scene that is diverse and rich. On any given night, you can listen to the blues, two-step, country, salsa, Latin American music, or bluegrass. Santa Fe’s musical genres also include Americana, rock, jazz, classical, flamenco, reggae, electronica, avant-garde, Native American, African, and others.
Fly Fishing in Santa Fe
From large rivers to high mountain spring creeks and lakes, there is an immense amount of fly fishing available in Northern New Mexico.
Living Legacy of Los Alamos
Experience the living legacy of Los Alamos, where scientists from around the world secretly created the first atomic bomb during World War II’s Manhattan Project.
Movie Theaters for Movie Lovers
Santa Fe is a mecca for movie-lovers. The city has huge appeal not only for the hundreds of film professionals who make great movies here each year, but also for the fans who love to watch movies.
World-Class Restaurants and Cuisine
Santa Fe is a foodie paradise with legendary and innovative offerings including local chile which is unlike anything you’ve ever tasted. There are more than 200 restaurants serving everything from traditional New Mexican home cooking to contemporary fine dining to local farm to table discoveries, created by nationally acclaimed chefs.
Bikeways and Trails
Bicycle paths and trails for all levels of riders are located in and around the city. The Santa Fe Bikeways & Trails guide provides extensive information.
Santa Fe is a hiker’s paradise. And you don’t have to travel far to find it. Just a few minutes away from bustling downtown lays acres of pristine wilderness in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Here you’ll find miles of excellent trails to explore that range from easy to challenging.
The rivers are famous, appealing to those seeking whitewater thrills or a leisurely float along calm waters. The legendary Rio Grande and the Rio Chama are both designated as two of America’s wild and scenic rivers.