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Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza – One Bedroom Casita

Built as a private residence in 1625 (in what was then New Spain) this nearly 400 year old hacienda is conveniently located next to the main historic plaza of Santa Fe as well as numerous shops and restaurants.

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Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza – Lobby

 Santa Fe has easily the most unique look of any place we have visited within the United States, which should be no surprise considering their motto is “The City Different”. The entire downtown area is constructed in the Spanish Pueblo Revival Style with exposed wood beams that extrude through the exterior adobe walls, and the Hilton is no different.

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Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza – Hallway

 We were able to book a standard room at the hotel for about $120/night and were then upgraded to a casita (small house) located next to the main building due to my Hilton Diamond Status.

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Casita – Living Room

The casita was generously sized and gorgeously decorated in a fitting southwest style and included a large living/dining room, a separate bedroom, and large bathroom with both a whirlpool bathtub and a shower.

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Casita – Living Room

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Casita – Living Room

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Casita – Bedroom

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Casita – Bedroom

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Casita – Bedroom

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Casita – Bathroom

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Casita – Bathroom

Our favorite part was the traditional kiva fireplace in the living room.

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Casita – Fireplace

 The casita was one of our better Diamond upgrades with Hilton and made our stay in Santa Fe very memorable.

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