Housed in a fantastic building and showcasing what is called Territorial Revival style, this spot once served a dormitory for the Sisters of Charity and later a hospital (in the 1950s).
Now, the newly renovated 182-guestrooms are light-filled with a neutral palate (and some have fireplaces). Other amenities include a rooftop bar with a pool and grants stellar views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Outside, the convenience factor is high, the hotel is adjacent to St. Francis Cathedral and a stone's throw from shopping and museums. The onsite restaurant Eloisa is for food purists looking for grandmother's New Mexican cooking with a modern bent.