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The Inn of the Five Graces

150 E. DeVargas St. Santa Fe, New Mexico
| +1 505-992-0957
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The Inn of the Five Graces Santa Fe New Mexico United States
The Inn of the Five Graces Santa Fe New Mexico United States
The Inn of the Five Graces Santa Fe New Mexico United States
The Inn of the Five Graces Santa Fe New Mexico United States
The Inn of the Five Graces Santa Fe New Mexico United States
The Inn of the Five Graces Santa Fe New Mexico United States
The Inn of the Five Graces Santa Fe New Mexico United States
The Inn of the Five Graces Santa Fe New Mexico United States
The Inn of the Five Graces Santa Fe New Mexico United States
The Inn of the Five Graces Santa Fe New Mexico United States
The Inn of the Five Graces Santa Fe New Mexico United States
The Inn of the Five Graces Santa Fe New Mexico United States

The Inn of the Five Graces

While many area hotels offer a subtle interpretation of Southwestern design (adobe walls, kiva fireplaces, local art), there’s nothing understated about the Inn at the Five Graces. The inn is a showcase for designers Ira and Sylvia Seret’s far-flung finds: Navajo bedspreads, Uzbek and Pakistani rugs and tapestries, iron and woodwork from Mexico, Peru, and India. It’s the epitome of East-meets-West. First opened in 1996 as Serets’ 1001 Nights, the hotel is located on one of the country’s oldest inhabited streets and is comprised of 17th- and 18th-century adobe buildings connected by a maze of courtyards. In 2002, the inn was renamed to reflect Afghan and Tibetan artifacts in its collection and the eastern idea of the five graces (sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste). In 2009, it became a Relais & Chateau property.