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Casa Culinaria - The Gourmet Inn is a boutique hotel near the downtown area of beautiful, historic Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Inn is within walking distance of famous Santa Fe attractions such as historic Santa Fe Plaza and Palace of the Governors, Native American, International Folk Art, and Spanish museums, Canyon Road with its fine restaurants, art galleries, and shopping. The Railyard, SITE Santa Fe, and Meow Wolf are a short drive away. With more than 300 days of sunshine a year, anytime is a good time to visit Santa Fe!
At Casa Culinaria – The Gourmet Inn, the day starts with the most important meal: complimentary breakfast. In winter, a communal table; in summer, small tables await guests outside. From your eyes to your taste buds, this experience is, from the first, a journey for the senses. Fresh flowers, hand-picked tableware, and a meticulous table presentation accompany exclusive ingredients brought from diverse locations around the globe such as Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Mexico, France, Spain, Italy, Morocco, and Turkey, to mention a few.
Following breakfast other treats are available for purchase. At midday a selection of sandwiches, salads, fruit, and flavored waters are offered. In the afternoon, a special teatime: small format salads and sweets, coffee and tea. As night falls, tapas or a tasting menu are available. On the weekends, shared, thematic dinners offer a pleasing and interesting way to end the day.
There is plenty of space available just under the kitchen for storing foods, kitchen appliances and even decorative items for the tables.
20,000 sq. ft. Compound–3 unique historic buildings comprise the Inn
• 617 Don Gaspar, 3,286sq.ft.
• 623 Don Gaspar, 2,441sq.ft.
• 625 Don Gaspar, 2,574sq.ft.
• There are 12 Rooms and Suites
• 14 Private Parking Spaces and a Tesla Charger
• Ranked #3 on Trip Advisor for best Inns and B & Bs in Santa Fe
• 5 stars on Trip Advisor
Sampling of suites and rooms from 617 Don Gaspar.
The Don Gaspar Room, designed after the Arts and Crafts Period, features a king bed and beautiful shower with new “subway-style” tiles. A gorgeous bay window and stunning hardwood floors, Victorian accents, and modern decorative finishes are blended beautifully.
Sampling of suites and rooms from 623 Don Gaspar.
The Aspen Suite is traditional Santa Fe adobe-style. The Southwest decor features original hardwood floors, handwoven rugs and a gas stove that adds ambiance to this cozy one-bedroom suite. A comfortable living room is light and spacious, and the bedroom with king-size bed, offers the original 1940s vintage built-in closets and window seat. The hand-painted tile, full bath with skylight is easily accessible. Located in the center of the property, this suite has serene garden views through the aspen trees and a sitting area in the front garden.
Sampling of suites and rooms from 625 Don Gaspar.
A favorite with guests who enjoy modern amenities, large living spaces, and beautiful architecture, The Territorial Suite is immersed in light and character. This suite features sunset views, a living room area with gas- burning fireplace, hand-hewn beams, carved corbels, and rugs on original hardwood floors. Other suite amenities include a king-size bed, antique armoire, and a beautiful Ecuadorian limestone-tiled bath, and large private terrace patio. This suite can be easily connected to the Olive Tree Room for larger parties.