JUNE – limited time specials!
$115 Queen rooms/$130 Queen suites. No min stay required (reg $130/$150)
Thursday, Friday & Saturday eves
$130 Queen rooms/$150 Queen suite: 2 night min stay (reg rates ($150/$170)
JULY & AUGUST- 25th Anniversary Specials!
Celebrate this milestone anniversary with us. Our loyal customers are extended a “special” invitation to return to us during the most popular months of the year
Sunday- Wednesday eves*
$138/ Queen rooms/$158 Queen Suite. No min stay required. (reg rates $150/$170)
$150 Queen rooms/$170 Queen Suite. 2 night min stay required. (reg rates $160/$180)
*All Specials Include: Breakfast, Afternoon tea, Parking, DSL/Wifi, downtown location, and warm personalized hospitality. Double occupancy. Taxes Excluded.
Thanks for the Accolades
“Really great experience in Santa Fe. This was the coolest b&b we’ve ever stayed in. Our goal was to stay in a place that exhibited the flavor of the local area and Pueblo Bonito did exactly that. The Old Santa Fe, pueblo-style, adobe architecture was perfect. It’s an amazing historic piece of property in an excellent location- we saw so many things and never drove to any of them. Our room had several authentic features we couldn’t have enjoyed in a new hotel or vacation rental- that’s why we love b&bs. The wood beams, kiva fireplace, mexican tiled bath, original wooden entry door, and many other warm intriguing features made our stay fun, memorable and very comfortable. We had a special time in Santa Fe and Pueblo Bonito really added to our overall enjoyment of this historic city and area of our country. I will definitely be back.” Review found on bnbfinder.com 3/11
62nd Annual Rodeo de Santa Fe- June 22-25 at Santa Fe Rodeo Grounds 6:30 pm.
This Rodeo began in 1949 when a few local gentlemen had a dream and determination to organize a PRO rodeo in Santa Fe. This dream exceeded expectations and has become one of the top 60 Pro rodeos in the nation. Click here for more information
Pecos National Historic Park:Open year round. For centuries, Indian traders cut through the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range at a ridge near what is now Pecos, New Mexico. Here, the Ancestral Pueblo Indians exchanged pottery for copper and seashells. At Pecos National Historical Park, you can hike up to Arrowhead Ruin and explore this vast 105-room pueblo built seven centuries ago. Click here for more information
Bradbury Science Museum: Open Year Round.
Research the history and purpose of Los Alamos National Labs through inactive exhibits, feature videos and science demonstrations. The Museum, in downtown Los Alamos, bridges the laboratory and the community by interpreting past and current research and informing the public of the lab’s role in national security.Click here for more information
Thirsty Ear Festival: June 10-12 at the Lensic
Featuring Shawn Colvin who stands out as an enduring talent in an era when female singer-songwriters are ever more ubiquitous. Her songs are slow-release works of craft and catharsis that become treasured, lifetime companions for their listeners. http://www.lensic.org/