The Inn of The Five Graces has unveiled Adobe Rose, the latest addition to its collection of individually designed guest accommodations in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Designed by owners Ira and Sylvia Seret, every corner of the approximately 1,200-square-foot Adobe Rose, including a terrace, utilizes handcrafted artisanal touches, from hand-carved wooden furniture to mosaic installations. The new suite is available for booking.
The Adobe Rose sits atop the Pink Adobe restaurant, recently purchased by the Seret family and updated to serve as the property’s full-service restaurant. The Pink Adobe restaurant stands at the heart of the Barrio De Analco neighborhood, and offers a menu showcasing the flavors of the Southwest. Housed in a hacienda-style home dating back 400 years, the eatery was founded in 1944 by Rosalea Murphy, an early advocate for women’s rights, a painter, an art dealer and a chef.
The private apartment on the second floor of the building, known as “The Shed,” is now adorned with one-of-a-kind pieces hand-picked by Ira and Sylvia. Interiors include an indigo patchwork sectional and artwork from the Seret’s private collection, including 18th-century Mughal embroidered tapestries and Peruvian prayer blankets. The space is bathed in warm natural light, accentuating the rich hues of the textiles and mosaic details.
The en-suite bathroom sports hand-hewn marble floors and countertops, and is the only suite on the property with a private steam shower.
The Adobe Rose affords views of the 400-year-old San Miguel Mission, the oldest church in the United States, besides the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The private outdoor patio allows guests to savor views of Santa Fe’s landscapes. Guests can also enjoy an intimate dining experience under the starry skies.
The Inn of the Five Graces offers a range of amenities and personalized services, including a spa, and a team of staff committed to creating outdoor experiences locally and beyond.