La Posada De Sante Fe Resort & Spa
Formerly known as the historic Staab House, this gorgeous Victorian gem features all of the local charm of the era. Constructed in 1854 by Abraham Staab for his wife Julia, it' is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of Julia who lost her baby during childbirth and suffered a series of lost pregnancies. According to the television show, 'Weird Travels' Julia locked herself in her room for the rest of her life and died in that very room, which still exits to this day. Guests can stay in the room if they are brave enough. Along with the alleged ghosts, the hotel is a spa and offers everything that one would expect. Valet services park cars as they arrive at the hotel and full concierge services begin from the moment that guests check in. A small pool is located in the courtyard and offers shaded lounge chairs where guests can order drinks.
A wine tasting is held in the lobby every evening, along with social events that encourage guests to socialize. Musicians play guitars in the lobby and the fireplace offers a cozy place to relax as guests take in the ambiance of the hotel. Tours of the historic Santa Fe and surrounding areas are available and leave from the hotel lobby every day. There is a special Sunday brunch offered for a surcharge. Any wedding would be elegant if held in La Posada. It needs very little decor for a wedding, although full wedding services are provided for brides planning that special day.
The amenities of the hotel are comfortable and all have 37-inch LCD televisions and fully decorated rooms that delight the senses. Plush bathrobes are in each room, as are ironing boards, coffee makers and Spa toiletries. There are even custom art water bottles for guests to keep. Browse through the hotel options today and add one to a vacation package to Santa Fe to get the best deals.