What makes for a memorable getaway? While cuisine, itinerary, and more can be large factors, booking unique accommodations that encompass local culture and historical influences is another important element to consider. When traveling to New Mexico, the Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder pulls inspiration from their tribal sovereign land of the Pueblo of Pojoaque. Throughout this AAA Four Diamond hotel, locally-inspired architecture, art, and amenities are found within the spa, guest rooms, and their $2.5 million art collection.
You won’t soon forget indigenously-influenced treatments and aromatherapy at the Wo’P’in Spa, where expertly-trained therapists provide a unique, restorative experience in every service. However, the influences don’t stop there: contemporary and customary architectural features throughout the hotel have evolved from past structures, dating back hundreds of thousands of years. Every guest room offers authentic hand-designed furnishings and work by locally- and internationally-renowned Native American artists.
In addition to traditional Pueblo architecture, discover over 300 pieces of unique art all through the hotel, including pottery, paintings, sculptures, mosaics, weavings, design elements and landscape features. Guests are invited to take a self-guided, complimentary tour of the hotel's curated art collection.
Meeting and event planners can take advantage of the unique setting at the Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder, with 395 guest rooms and 72,000 square feet of meeting and convention space. As the largest hotel of its kind in northern New Mexico, the Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder serves as an unforgettable historic venue in New Mexico. Discover the state’s largest entertainment hotel by visiting the website for more information.