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• Step through the doors of what was once the Staab mansion and has since become the cornerstone of a full-service resort offering traditional Southwest charm and intimate ambiance. The 3-story structure built by merchant Abraham Staab in 1882 in the French Second Empire style was home to Staab and his wife Julia, and the couple entertained much of Santa Fe society there, including, reportedly, President Rutherford B. Hayes.

• Admire the hospitality embodied in the La Posada name -- Spanish for "inn" or "resting place" -- via the expansion of the destination in the 1930s and extensive restoration in the 1990s into a top-tier historic destination featuring a spa and four restaurants.

• Discover beauty and Santa Fe craftsmanship of the 157 casita-style rooms and suites, some of them dating back more than 230 years. Harkening back to the resort's historic roots, each unique room includes details such as original adobe walls and exposed-beam (viga) or wood-slat (latilla) ceilings.
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