Artfully decorated rooms are the draw at this historic Pueblo-style B&B a few blocks from the Plaza.
This elegant Spanish Revival-style inn is just a few blocks from the center of the city, close enough for an easy stroll to the historic Plaza, the many fine downtown museums, and the buzz of fine-art galleries, unique boutiques, and elegant restaurants. And yet it's on a relatively quiet street with little traffic, so you can feel safely hidden from noise and bustle at busy times. About the only drawback to the location is that the Water Street Inn is surrounded mostly by a parking lot, and so it lacks a bit in the way of curb appeal. Once you're inside one of the smartly furnished eight rooms or four suites, however, it's easy to feel warmed by the authentic Santa Fe-style aesthetic: fine art and artwork from the Southwest, including many Spanish Colonial and Native American pieces; large and comfy antique pine beds; wood-beam ceilings; and heavy wooden shutters to keep out sunlight and ensure a good night's sleep. There are many modern touches, too, such as flat-screen televisions, DVD players, CD stereos, and phones with voice mail. Guests can relax on the patio, a fine place to sit with a book, and in the afternoon, creative appetizers and refreshments are served in the attractive common area.
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