Your stay in Santa Fe is not complete until you've visited the serene 20-acre Ten Thousand Waves, nestled in the high hills among piñons and junipers. This is as close to Japan as one can get without hopping a plane (including the wooden walkways and warm lanterns), so splurge on a deep stone massage, salt scrubs or opt for a warming herbal wrap with an add-on foot soak. Bliss is a given.
Note to the modest: All baths are "clothing optional" except the steamy Communal Tub after 8:15 p.m., at which time bathing suits are required. After you've had time to unwind, a meal at the hip on-site restaurant Izanami serves izakaya-style food using sustainably raised beef, pork, chicken and organic vegetables.