Santa Fe Event Venues & Meeting LocationsHotel Chimayo de Santa Fe, with its Northern New Mexico décor and charm, is the perfect setting for an unforgettable corporate retreat, small meeting or family reunion. If you have been scouting Santa Fe cocktail reception locations for an unusual setting, check out our uniquely New Mexican Low ‘n Slow Lowrider Bar.
When it comes to pampering a wedding party or treasured family members, treat them to a stay in our Santiago Presidential Suite. If you have a large family reunion, rent the entire Santuario Wing as the perfect Santa Fe wedding location for your out-of-town guests. With its four private bedrooms, living room area, complete kitchen and private balcony, your family members will feel right at home in the Hotel Chimayo. The Santiago Presidential Suite living room can also be configured for private banquet and reception events.
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Perfect City Lodging for Car & Motorcycle Clubs
Here at Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe, we know how much love can go into a vehicle. Whether you have a classic, a custom or just a really sweet ride, we know that every car or bike can be a piece of art, a constant companion and a dear friend. That’s why we welcome car clubs and bike clubs to stay with us in the heart of Downtown Santa Fe.
Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe is home to the famed Low ‘n Slow Lowrider Bar, which showcases the love, family and tradition of lowrider culture. Our custom drinks and relaxed, welcoming vibe make the bar a favorite of guests and locals alike.
Contact us about making Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe your club’s home away from home.
Add a Northern New Mexico Day TripTake a day trip to the historic village of Chimayo and dine at the legendary and James Beard Award winning Rancho de Chimayo restaurante. Or, enjoy an excursion to Taos, complete with lunch at the De La Tierra restaurant in El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa. Contact Angelisa Espinoza at Heritage Inspirations or call (575) 779-5516.
The village of Chimayo, 28 miles north of Santa Fe, is home to the famed Santuario de Chimayo, believed by many to house soil with miraculous healing powers. (The Santuario is visited by thousands of pilgrims a year, especially on Good Friday.) The community is also home to several artists who create vibrant weavings, stamped tin ornaments, carvings, among other art. Many of these artists carry on creative traditions started by their families generations in the past.
Chimayo is also known for its distinctive northern New Mexican cuisine and rare heirloom red chile. The family-owned Rancho de Chimayo is known for its renowned blue corn enchiladas, hand rolled tamales and stuffed sopaipillas. In 2016, it won a James Beard Foundation America’s Classics Award.
Taos has long been known as an artist community boasting Georgia O’Keeffe, Mabel Dodge Luhan and Ansel Adams among some of its famed residents. Art and artists continue to flourish in and around the town. Just outside Taos is Taos Pueblo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is considered one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities in the United States.
The drives between Santa Fe and Taos – along the High Road (Route 285) through high desert, forest and mountain countryside, or along the Low Road (State Route 68), which hugs the Rio Grande and passes numerous wineries – are frequently named one of Travel + Leisure’s best drives.