7/27/23 will forever be one of the most important dates of my entire life. It’s the day I got engaged.
My boyfriend (well.. now fiancé!), Bentley and I did a road trip from Dallas to Santa Fe, New Mexico. It’s about nine hours away but we stopped in Tucumcari, New Mexico, on the way there and in Amarillo, Texas, on the way back. My parents did Route 66 over 10 years ago and we wanted to recreate some of their memories.
In Santa Fe we stayed at The Inn of The Five Graces and if I had to describe the experience in one word it would be unforgettable. As soon we walked into the property we couldn’t stop smiling. Our colorful room was breathtaking and had the most beautiful and intricate designs. It also had the bathtub of my dreams. Taking baths is one of my favorite ways to relax and I took one both nights. They are also pet-friendly which is very important because as you may or may not have noticed Bentley goes with us everywhere. They offer a bed, treats, bowls, a lavender scented toy and bags for your doggie deposits.
The hotel has several amenities including a spa (I highly recommend the Five Graces Signature Massage), well-equipped fitness center and complimentary breakfast. You can enjoy breakfast in the gorgeous courtyard or do room service. We stayed there for two nights and ordered the pancakes (highly recommend), avocado toast, tacos, fresh fruit bowl, and more. Yes, we love to eat!
The level of service is truly worth noting. Every single team member from the concierge to restaurant employees to valet made you feel like you were the most important guest. My fiancé worked with the hotel team for the proposal and several staff members took photos! By the next morning all of the hotel employees knew and kept congratulating us.
The Inn of The Five Graces is only a few steps away from restaurants, shops and street art so you can’t really beat the location.
All in all, we will definitely be returning in the future. Who knows.. maybe a minimoon after the wedding!
This post was created in partnership with The Inn of The Five Graces. All opinions are my own!