Weddings at La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa are special for many reasons: the flexibility and glamor of our indoor and outdoor event venues, the quality of our gourmet catered cuisine, the convenient luxury services of our Spa Sage, the attentiveness and resourcefulness of our wedding planners and coordinators.
Make yours a dream Southwestern wedding with a glamorous ceremony at La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa, where the quality of our venues, catering, amenities, and casita-style accommodations set us truly apart.
It’s not just our incredible luxury setup here on six stunning acres in the heart of historic Santa Fe: You’ll also get the full benefit of our on-site planning and coordinating resources. We’re here to make sure your wedding day hits every single mark, from the littlest detail to the grandest choreography!
When we say that we offer full-service weddings here at La Posada de Santa Fe, we mean it—truly.
Our history-laden six acres make an absolutely unsurpassed venue for a luxury Santa Fe wedding. Whether it’s the gorgeous Southwestern ambience, the sheer versatility of our function spaces, or the attentive competence of our event staff, La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa hits the mark on every detail, from the littlest to the biggest.
Our resort sets a transcendent wedding stage: Covering all the bases in both the style and logistics departments, we give you the full flexibility to craft the big day of your dreams. Big and traditional, intimate and outside-the-box, perhaps something in between—our goal is bringing to life whatever look, tempo, and style of matrimonial ceremony you desire.
Adaptable Spaces, Full-Service Support
Here at La Posada de Santa Fe, we boast more than 4,500 square feet of event space encompassing a wide range of settings and layouts. From the grand Montana Ballroom—which can accommodate 300 people for reception-style service—to the blissful nook of the Rose Room and the fresh-air romance of the Lawn Court, ours is a thoroughly multifaceted wedding environment.
Then there’s the exquisite catering services, the sumptuous treatments available at our on-site spa, the impeccable charm of our adobe casita-style suites and guestrooms. And did we mention yet Conchita, our very own tequila donkey, faithfully delivering the makings of tequila shots—salt and limes included—into the ballroom to the delight of absolutely everyone?
And from top-caliber AV equipment to valet parking, we carry out the most professional and well-oiled logistics for the nuptial proceedings so that you and your guests can be completely focused on the magic of the moment.
Take Advantage of Our Full-Service Wedding Services to Plan the Big Day!
We hope you’ll consider La Posada de Santa Fe Resort for your Southwestern wedding, and we’d be more than happy to share more details about how it can happen.
Peruse our wedding brochure, consider our attractive wedding packages, and check out the testimonials La Posada newlyweds have shared with us. And then get in touch with our expert wedding-planning team: We can’t wait to begin work crafting and enacting the wedding you’ve always dreamed about—in a historic Santa Fe venue so beautiful and full-of-character as to seem like a genuine dreamscape.
Santa Fe is a winter wonderland, but high altitude sun and snow in the Land of Enchantment may have less than enchanting effects on your body. The following easy-to-follow tips from Spa Sage at La Posada de Santa Fe will keep you warm and well all season long.
Stay Warm and Boost Your Immune System
Keep your immune system at it’s highest level to aid the body in fighting off colds and flus. Avoid stress, protect yourself from the elements, get proper rest, eat nutritionally sound and follow the tips below.
Use in the Bath or Shower: Essential oils of Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Peppermint and Tea Tree enhance circulation, accelerate immune response and provide relief from sinus congestion. Sprinkle 10 drops of Eucalyptus Essential Oil on a clean sponge and place on the shower floor to create your own therapeutic steam bath. Breathe in for respiratory relief and to boost immunity. Careful not to slip!
Immune Boost Salt Glow: Mix 6 Tbsp. salt, 6 drops of Eucalyptus Oil, 4 drops of Peppermint Oil, 2 Tbsp. of Olive or Safflower Oil, scrub your way to health and rinse off. An aid to prevent or reduce the effects of colds and flu and associated aches and pains.
Daily Immune Boost: Use the following essential oils on the body or use products containing them: Tea Tree, Eucalyptus and Lemon Grass. Apply this blend to your body after bathing and take some time for yourself to relax and give your body time to regenerate.
Night Time Warmer: Place a warmed herbal pack under the covers before getting into bed for instant warmth and relaxation. Also assists circulation and giving immune system a boost.
Tea anytime: Create warmth from the inside out with a cup of Immune Boost Tea – this is useful during the winter months to reduce congestion and increase circulation.
1 heaping tablespoon fresh ginger in chunks / ½ lemon / dash of turmeric and cayenne
Blend all in 1 cup heated water / let steep and add agave or honey to sweeten – Enjoy!
Swim, Soak and Steam
What could be more indulgent and invigorating than a swim or soak in an outdoor heated saline pool or whirlpool in winter? Spa Sage at La Posada de Santa Fe offers both. Relax in the brisk mountain air as the steam arises around you and warm up afterwards in an aroma steam room. Spa facilities are available to guests staying at the resort as well as outside visitors with spa treatments or those who purchase day passes. Click here for complete details.
Enjoy the dazzling sun and sparkling snow of Santa Fe and be sure to follow these winter wellness tips!
For over a hundred years, La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa has been one of the most historic Santa Fe hotels. As the city grows and changes, so has La Posada. Our entwined histories have made us Santa Fe’s signature resort.
In 1607, the history of Santa Fe began when New Mexico’s governor, Don Pedro de Peralta, founded the city near the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. He originally named the city, “La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco de Asís,” or The Royal Town of the Holy Faith of Saint Francis of Assisi. In 1610, Santa Fe became New Mexico’s capital, making it the oldest state capital in the United States.
Immigrants flocked to the West and New Mexico in the 19th century. Along with them came Abraham Staab and his wife, Julia. In 1882, he built a beautiful three-story brick mansion. The residence was constructed in the French Second Empire-style, and it was decorated with lavish European furnishings.
Later on, in the 1930s, R.H. and Eulalia Nason became the estate’s owners, and they transformed the property into the marquee hotel in Santa Fe. They constructed a series of Pueblo Revival-style adobe casitas around the existing mansion. They dubbed their new Santa Fe hotel “La Posada,” which means “inn” or “resting place” in Spanish. As La Posada spearheaded the Pueblo Revival style, the city of Santa Fe followed suit. In the 1920s and 1930s, architects and artists developed a unique regional identity by drawing inspiration from the local Native American culture. Pueblo style architecture imitates the design of traditional adobe construction, but with more modern materials, such as brick or concrete.
In the following years, our Santa Fe resort became a popular place to be for the arts community. An annual summer arts school drew many guests, who were leaders in the Santa Fe arts movement. La Posada truly became “The Art Hotel of Santa Fe.”
Our rich heritage makes La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa Santa Fe’s most historic resort. Nowadays, we’ve renovated the estate with a relaxing spa and a flavorful restaurants. Our southwestern ambiance means that there is no better resort in Santa Fe to absorb the rich
environment of the West.