Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza

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The Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza boasts an ideal location just two blocks from the Santa Fe Plaza and within walking distance of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, the Sweeney Community Convention Center, and shopping and dining options. The hotel captures the heritage and romance of the Southwest in a boutique hotel experience. Built in 1625, the hacienda originally belonged to Padre Ramon Ortiz, a member of one of Santa Fe’s founding families. In 1973, Hilton acquired, restored, and expanded the hacienda while preserving its historic features. The three luxury casitas are built within the adobe walls of the 17th-century coach house featuring planked ceilings, exposed brick, Colonial furnishings, and a traditional kiva fireplace.

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Experience the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, the Lensic Performing Arts Center, Museum Hill, and Santa Fe Plaza just moments away.


Discover the brilliant Pueblo-style architecture of this wonderful historic hotel.


Explore the Palace of the Governors just moments away.


Experience the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.


Taste a beloved dish known as Green Chile Stew.

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