Inn Keeper + Concierge
Innkeeper and General Manager: Bernard Tibbetts
Concierge and marketing: Bernard Tibbetts
tConcierge: A tablet computer in every room with information about Santa Fe' including dining, shopping, history, culture, outdoor activities and more.
We are locals. And we are Santa Fe savvy. Together with our service, experience, knowledge and technology we will help create a memorable Santa Fe vacation for you.
Dining + Shopping + Leisure
3 Blocks: Distance to Santa Fe Plaza.
Dozens: Number of wold class restaurants, shops and galleries within walking distance from Casa de Tres Lunas.
Not to be missed are : La Boca, Terra Cotta, Joseph's, Kakawa Chocolate House, Malouf on the Plaza, Santa Fe Dry Goods, Sequoia, Peyton Wright Gallery, Verve, Gerald Peters Gallery and Nedra Matteucci Galleries.
Ten minutes: drive time to the Santa Fe Opera.
Hundreds: Number of wines offered on La Casa Sena wine list.
Casa de Tres Lunas is a member of La Casa Sena wine club. Members may purchase select wines from the
La Casa Sena Wine list at retail prices. These are substantial savings (up to 50% or more) over the full price.
Casa de Tres Lunas guests may use the Inn's wine club membership when dining at La Casa Sena or Rio Chama.
9,121 Feet: The summit elevation of Atalaya Mountain and highest point in the Santa Foothills. The trailhead is 2.5 miles from Casa de Tres Lunas.
Art + Culture + Body + Soul
1997: Georgia O’Keeffe Museum opens it's doors to the public and offers the world an unprecendented collection of her works.
Ask us about free museum passes.
Pueblo Revival: A regional architectural style of the Southwestern United States, which draws its inspiration from the Pueblos and the Spanish missions in New Mexico, using earthen materials such as adobe (mud bricks) and stucco. Signature features include rounded exteriors, massive wood components, flat roofs and enclosed courtyards.
Willa Cather and John Nichols: Two authors who wrote about Santa Fe and northern Nex Mexico history and culture. Many quintissential New Mexico icons are mentioned in Cather's Death Comes for the Archbiship and Nichols' Milago Beanfield War, including the Palace of the Governors, the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, Barrio De Analco Historic District, the High Road to Taos, Santo Tomás Apostol del Río de las Trampas and the Taos Pueblo.
Yourself: What you might find in Santa Fe during your visit. As a mecca for seekers, Santa Fe is home to several Zen and Tibetan Budhist centers, New Age retreats, churches of all denominations and thousands of teachers, guides, masters, gurus, practitioners and therapists offereing body, mind and spiritual work.
Let Casa de Tres Lunas arrange a massage treatment in your suite.