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City Guide:

     As far as American cities go, Santa Fe is a hub of arts and culture.

     Santa Fe is a place where the fine arts flourish on the back of the works completed by the sizable number of painters, photographers and sculptors who call the New Mexican capital home.

     It makes for one of the world's finest arts scenes, shaped by Native American, Latino and westerners influences this city's art is as diverse as it's people.

     Like minded people will revel in this scene, but if art is not your thing, Santa Fe is multifaceted and you are sure to find something in the United State's oldest state capital to charm you. can place you in a city where southwestern food dominates the plate and adobe is still the building material of choice. At you are sure to find a reasonably priced Santa Fe hotel to suit your needs.

     If you are looking for a cheap hotel in Santa Fe or something more luxurious - check out our selection. We have all the information you need from photos, maps, reservation forms and can offer Santa Fe hotels at below hotel rack rates.

     You could soon be immersed in a city renowned for culture.

     From its thriving performing arts scene to its museums this compact city offers travelers a wealth of things to see and do. They include:

 - The acclaimed Santa Fe Opera - while it performs only in summer, its performances are so good that it's worth thinking about planning your trip around them

- The towering French-Romanesque-style church, St. Francis Cathedral

- Canyon Road, packed with galleries you could spend a year browing

- Santa Fe's Spanish model Central Plaza, is also a go-to for restaurants and galleries

     Traditionally tracing its history back to its Spanish origins, in recent years evidence has been uncovered that supports the fact the city is much older. Due to the remains of Puebloan villages that were abandoned by the time Spanish arrived.

     Following its incorporation into the US, people in the arts scene were drawn to the city by its unique geography and history. In 20th century Santa Fe became home to arts luminaries like painter Georgia O'Keeffe and her photographer husband Alfred Stieglitz.

     There is no need to waste time comparing Santa Fe hotel deals on different online reservation sites, because covers your choice with the best available rate guarantee and seasonal discounts that mean you pay less.

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