Heading out west to Santa Fe? A vacation rental home in this upscale Southwest town is a great way to experience a place that has long inspired artists and other desert dwellers. Stay in an authentic Santa Fe-style home rental in the heart of old town and walk to the many galleries and boutiques that line the downtown. Of, if you’ve come for the desert landscape, choose a home in the mountains outside town with views that stretch for miles. Discounts are available on rentals in every budget. Plus, we include unbiased user reviews so you can rent with confidence.
Santa Fe’s Spanish colonial architecture and desert landscape has long inspired artists. With a rental in the heart of old Santa Fe, you can easily walk to the Georgia O’Keefe Museum and hundreds of other galleries and museums featuring Native American, folk and contemporary art. The city’s many boutiques and the Santa Fe Traditional Flea Market north of town are great spots to buy one-of-a-kind pieces.While wandering the old town, make sure to explore the city’s Spanish history at the Saint Francis Cathedral. Grab an authentic Mexican meal and be sure to taste New Mexico’s delicious red and green salsas. For some relaxation, book an appointment at one of the area’s luxury spas. Golfers have their choice of courses in the area.
Much of the inspiration found in Santa Fe comes from Native American culture. Take a tour of Pueblo dwellings in walled canyons at picturesque Bandelier National Monument a short drive from your rental home in Santa Fe. At nearby Los Alamos, scientists secretly created the first atomic bomb. Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty of hiking and biking trails to explore outside the city, including the Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, with features cone-shaped rock formations. Be awed at the red rock country that inspired artists like O’Keefe.
Renting a vacation home is an affordable way to visit this upscale town. Deals are available on rentals no matter your budget. Plus, with your own kitchen, you won’t have to eat out.