San Juan – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #4
The San Juan room is quaint and inviting compared to many Santa Fe Hotels. This fun New Mexico B&B downstairs room has a queen bed; shiny maple floors; sculptured corner wood burning kiva fireplace; spacious vanity; bath with tub and shower; warm wooden vigas; large closet; Taos-style reading chair with lamp; flat screen cable TV; WiFi; phone; refrigerator; coffee set ups; iron and board.
Background – San Juan People
The San Juan Pueblo lies 30 miles north of Santa Fe, New Mexico and has been inhabited for over 700 years. It is surrounded mainly by farmland along the Rio Grande River and is home to over 1,800 people. San Juan Pueblo is the largest of the Tewa speaking pueblos, with about 12,000 acres. Popay who lead the great Pueblo Revolt of 1680, was from the San Juan Pueblo. Popay felt that the San Juan people were too submissive to the Spanish so he left to live at the Taos Pueblo. Once the Pueblo revolt began, the San Juan people joined in. San Juan was the original capitol of New Mexico under Spanish rule. Today it is the seat of the Northern Indian Pueblos Council.
Pueblo Bonito Bed and Breakfast Inn, 138 W. Manhattan, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Located in Santa Fe’s historic downtown district.
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