Santo Domingo – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #6
An incredible sculpted corner wood burning kiva fireplace is an “eye catcher” in this Santa Fe New Mexico bed and breakfast cutie! This wonderful downstairs queen bedded room has shiny maple floors; a large hand crafted southwestern trasero; spacious vanity; natural wood vigas; nichos; a Taos-style love seat; bath with tub and shower; large closet; flat screen cable color TV; WiFi; phone; refrigerator; microwave; coffee setups; iron and board.
“A Memorable Santa Fe Inn”.
I highly recommend Pueblo Bonito Bed & Breakfast Inn. It’s a great value, has a killer location, and is an excellent way to experience the romance of historic Old Santa Fe. G Meyne- Ohio
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A Brief History of the Santo Domingo People
The Santo Domingo people came from the people who once lived in Chaco Canyon. These people moved to the great pueblo at Mesa Verde and then to nearby Bandelier. The current pueblo has been moved many times due to flooding along the Rio Grande River. The Santo Domingo have historically had a strong agricultural base and were at the center of many trade routes. The chief Spanish mission for this area of New Mexico was located here, and thus Santo Domingo Pueblo was the regional headquarters for Spanish activity. About 4,000 people live at the pueblo today. Some reside in new housing and much of the older village resembles Mexican villages of today. Large numbers of people here move about the streets in the evenings to congregate and socialize.