Inn Of The Five Graces Offers A Quick Journey Around Asia

The Inn of the Five Graces

In one of the most historical neighborhoods of Santa Fe, two talented designers, Ira and Sylvia Seret, transformed several old buildings into a one of a kind hotel. The designers import exotic rugs, antiques, architectural pieces, so they used this in their advantage while conceiving the interior.

Inn of the Five Graces is nothing like you have seen so far. It’s all in the detailing and making the guest feel like they’re in a journey somewhere in the far Asia. The experience seems even more authentic as there are Afghan and Tibetan artifacts embellishing the place.

The hotel can easily be called a magic retreat, just by relating it with the initial name it got in 1996 when it was first opened – “Serets’ 1001 Nights”. Colors after colors, textures after textures play with our eyes. Yet, this does not seem to be a burden for the rooms, which look absolutely fabulous and luxuriant.

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