Flying Saucers and Clint Eastwood, you'll find them in Santa Fe...
The hotel Santa Fe has 1000 guest rooms, each possible of sleeping 4 people in the double beds. The rooms can be found in one of the 49 pueblos style buildings standing on the side of the Rio Grande River. The theme is set around the dessert live with several trails where icons are telling a story linked to its location and history. For example the “Trail of Artifacts” where you can find a cactus encased in a huge glass structure, a meteorite that has mysteriously crash landed into one the pueblo's roof and even a flying saucer that seems to have crash landed just in front of the pueblos and the “Trail of Water” that shows the importance of water in a dessert's life. The biggest icon is the working volcano. Its crater is glowing red hot and steam is coming out, ready to blow ashes high up into the sky.
The theme continues into the 1000 guest rooms that can accommodate up to four people in two double beds. Geometric designed patterns are used in the rooms decoration as an indication of those that are used in this southwestern design. Those designs can be found on the mirror frames and the bed spreads used in the rooms.
The room views can vary from small garden areas, a view of one of the many icons used in the resort or a view from the neighboring hotel Cheyenne just across the Rio Grande River.
Services & Amenities
Get a taste of Mexico at La Cantina . In this restaurant international cuisine is served up alongside Tex-Mex specialties such as fajitas, burritos and tortillas in the Santa Fe market style decoration. In this fun food court style buffet guests collect their salad from the back of a real truck which is parked up like a counter and petrol pumps double as drinks dispensers. Sombreros and cactus decorate the dining area beyond, You could almost be in Mexico
Rio Grande bar
Get your tequila or another cocktail at the Rio Grande Bar after a long day of strolling in the Disney dessert theme parks.
You can buy some water for your trip trough the dessert trails to your room in the Trading Post shop of hotel Santa Fe, or find a collection of other Disney items.
Tips & Specials
The hotel was designed Albuquerque based architect Antoine Predock who also designed San Diego's baseball stadium Petco Park and the National Palace Museum Southern Branch, Taiwan among many other buildings.
Clint Eastwood is portrayed on a Drive-In Theater screen at the hotel Santa Fe.
Cross the Rio Grande to visit the Cheyenne hotel and its amenities.
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