This Inn is a Santa Fe bed & breakfast, an inviting haven of traditional Southwestern hospitality that awaits you in "The City Different"


2021-10-28


About us

The Inn is comprised of two old houses that were joined together with another building in the centre (which is now where the dining room is).

The older of the houses dates to the early 1890s and has the high ceilings and hardwood floors one would expect from a turn of the century home.

The ‘younger’ house dates back to at least the 1910s and still retains some original windows and architectural features.

Both houses have the quirks you would expect from older homes but we love the unique feel of both of them and are working hard to make sure they retain their individual characters.

The unique layout and historic architecture contributed hugely to our decision to purchase the Inn.

We, of course, loved the location with its easy access to the plaza and greater downtown area but we fell in love with the building itself first.

We’ve been working to restore the original hardwood floors wherever possible and to replicate it when restoration isn’t possible.

Each room is decorated to a theme and we have had a lot of fun researching historic color schemes and paint colors.

The Inn is an ongoing project and a labor of love and we hope to share our enthusiasm for our Inn, our city, and our region with each guest who comes to stay.

A Room For Every Mood

At our Santa Fe B&B, we strive to make your stay as comfortable and pleasurable as possible. Choose from one of our 18 rooms, each including an en-suite bath with luxury linens, toiletries, hairdryer, wireless internet, cable TV, iron and ironing board. All rooms feature individual climate control and air conditioning. Our Inn is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, just steps from the plaza. Come stay with us and we’re sure you’ll be back again!

The Santa Fe Opera Suite

The Santa Fe Opera Suite (Room 1) with a king-size bed is situated on its own upper level offering exquisite privacy and comfort.

The Georgia O’Keefe Room

The Georgia O'Keefe Room (Room 2) is a quiet room on the main floor of our Santa Fe B&B with a pillow-top king-sized bed and big windows overlooking the front rose garden.

The Anasazi Room

The Anasazi Room (Room 3) features hardwood floors, a king-sized pillow-top bed, and private access to our back deck. A perfect choice for a guest looking for extra privacy.

The Garden Suite

The Garden Suite (Room 4) is a spacious junior suite that features private access to your own garden patio, a king-sized pillow-top mattress, a fireplace for a cozy evening in, and your own cozy seating area.

The Spanish Colonial Room

The Spanish Colonial Room (Room 5) is a large quiet room on our main floor with a king-sized pillow-top bed and private access to our back deck.

The Wine & Chili Fiesta Room

The Wine and Chili Fiesta Room (Room 8) is one of our quietest rooms, tucked away with easy access to our off-street parking. It features a large window and a pillow-top king-sized bed, desk, and chair.

The Botanics Room

The Botanics Room (Room 9) of our B&B has a pillow-top king-sized bed and private access to our shady back patio and parking area.

The Luminaria Room

One of our quietest rooms, number 10 boasts a king bed with a down comforter and plush pillow-top bed to recreate the comforts of home.

The Santa Fe Room

The Santa Fe Room (Room 11) is situated on the garden level and features easy access to the parking area - perfect for guests who are concerned with ease of mobility and privacy.

The Adobe Room

The Adobe Room (Room 12) is a cozy room with private access to our garden patio overlooking the historic Paseo de Peralta, a pillow-top queen-size bed, and convenient access to our main level.

The Indian Market Room

Centrally located on our main floor, The Indian Market Room (Room 13) has private access to our garden patio, a pillow-top king-sized bed, and large, sunny double windows.

The New Mexico Wine Room

The New Mexico Wine Room (Room 14) is a unique room on the main floor with a comfortable king-sized bed, easy access to our guest lounge, and a beautiful curved wall.

The Territorial Room

The Territorial Room (Room 15) is located on our main floor with large windows overlooking our welcoming deck. There is a queen bed with a down comforter and plush pillow-top bed to recreate the comforts of home.

The Desert Flowers Room

The Desert Flowers Room (Room 16) is conveniently located near our guest lounge and boasts large, sunny windows with views to our wrap-around deck and the covered garden patio.

The Conquistador Room

The Conquistador Room (Room 17) on our garden level is a personal favorite of the innkeepers. Spacious enough to have its own sitting area in front of the gas-burning fireplace.

The Ski New Mexico Room

Nestled into a covered patio, The Ski New Mexico Room (Room 18) features a cozy queen bed, private access via our patio to our free, off-street parking, and easy proximity to our covered garden patio.

The Petroglyphs Room

The Petroglyphs Room (Room 19) of our Santa Fe, New Mexico B&B offers the luxury of a private entrance, is easily accessible to the free, off-street parking, boasts a private seating area with a sofa.

The Bandelier Suite

Our deluxe two-room suite, The Bandelier Suite (Room 20), is great for couples or groups of up to four people traveling to Santa Fe. Each room of our bed & breakfast is individual.

Breakfast at our Inn

Make your Santa Fe bed & breakfast experience more personal with our custom enhancement offerings. Whether you want to make a special occasion even more memorable, or just to add a little something extra to your stay, our Inn has plenty of bed & breakfast add-on packages to create an unforgettable experience.

We tailor our offerings to special occasions or excursions to highlight local attractions and produce so you can really get to know Santa Fe on your trip.

What Is A B&B “Add-On” Package?

These custom bed and breakfast packages do not come with a regular booking with our Inn and can be purchased separately as an “add-on” to your stay. These packages aim to provide you with local delights or enhancements that can create an intimate atmosphere to make your stay unforgettable.

Why Should I Consider A Bed & Breakfast Enhancement Package?

While a stay at our Inn is a wonderful experience by itself, enhancing your bed & breakfast stay is easy with our custom packages. For those who have never visited the local area before, our baskets contain local merchant coupons to get you the best shopping deals around town!

Similarly, we offer a taste of local produce and cuisine with our special culinary offerings included in select baskets and packages. Hiking and sightseeing are some of the most popular tourist excursions, and taking a picnic basket with you is a great way to keep yourself satiated on your trek.

Fruit Basket

A seasonal fruit basket will await you in your room to welcome you to the area with some of the freshest produce around. A fantastic addition to have so you can have a snack ready in your room, or to take some with you on your excursions around town. If you have any allergies or food sensitivities, please let us know so we can accommodate your request.

Opera Picnic Basket

One of the most iconic Santa Fe excursions is a trip to the Santa Fe Opera – and we’re here to help you be prepared to enjoy the opera tailgate with our famous Opera Picnic Basket package! A selection of gourmet salads and sandwiches (and perhaps even one of our patron-famous soups) await to delight you in one of our baskets. A perfect lite fare to take with you to snack on before you enjoy one of the best opera performances in the country, our Opera Picnic Basket is a must-have for visiting opera fans. Special requests and dietary needs are always available. Please notify us of any allergies or food sensitivities.

Rose Petal Turn-Down

A dozen roses, warm candlelight, and a petal-strewn bed will delight and enchant for a romantic weekend with our Rose Petal Turn-Down service. One of our most popular bed & breakfast packages, our Rose Petal Turn-Down service is a great choice for those who are celebrating an important occasion like a honeymoon, anniversary or birthday – but certainly, you don’t need a reason to surprise your partner with this stunning display!

Picnic Basket

Whether you’re heading out exploring for the day or just want to have a meal al fresco on the property at one of the many outdoor dining areas, we are happy to provide you with a picnic basket to accompany you! Packed with artisan cheeses, meats, baked goodies, fruit, and home-baked breads, this add-on is a unique and delicious addition to your stay. Special requests and dietary needs are always available. Please notify us of any allergies or food sensitivities. 

Welcome Basket

First time in the Santa Fe area? A special “Welcome Basket” from our Inn is the perfect introduction to local life in Santa Fe. Packed with seasonal surprises to explore local merchant stores, this basket will provide you with a great way to explore the area and get the most out of your stay. Light fare and sparkling water are included to keep you satiated during your adventures across town. If you have something specific in mind, this basket can be customized to your liking for the cost of any additional items. Please notify us of any allergies or food sensitivities so we can pack the basket appropriately and safely. 

Best Hiking Areas Around Santa Fe

Nature-lovers will flock to New Mexico for outdoor activities in Santa Fe, and the vast areas of lush forest are especially attractive to hikers and trail riders. Avid adventurers and novice explorers alike will be able to find plenty of beautiful trails to explore at their desired difficulty level, length, and elevation. No matter what trail you pick, you’ll undoubtedly find some of the best trails the USA has to offer. 

Music & Arts In Santa Fe

For travelers who love the music and arts scene, Santa Fe has endless options to choose from. Even if it’s not your first reason for visiting the area, it is definitely encouraged by residents and past tourists alike to fit in some aspect of the thriving artistic offerings in Santa Fe to your itinerary. 

Santa Fe Opera

A niche music genre to be sure, but one that should be experienced at least once in your life! If you’ve never seen a live opera before, the Santa Fe Opera is a fantastic place to experience thrilling performances. Having quickly recovered from a year off the stage, the Santa Fe Opera continues to impress with a stunning lineup of performances, including The Marriage of Figaro, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and more. 

For those who are into classical music and want more exposure to that particular genre, check out the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival!

Free Music Concerts

You don’t always have to open your wallet to experience the beautiful music of Santa Fe. Local restaurants and bars will oftentimes feature live performances from local or traveling musicians at their venue to liven up your meal.

Be sure to visit the Plaza all summer long to hear music from Santa Fe Bandstand, and to check out year-long performances at the Loretto Chapel and St. Francis Cathedral for classical music aficionados.

Santa Fe Indian Market

One of the biggest events of the year, the Santa Fe Indian Market can be attended twice per year – once in the summer, and again in the winter. The hosts of the markets, the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) are dedicated to

“bringing Native arts to the world by inspiring artistic excellence, fostering education, and creating meaningful partnerships.” 

Not only are these two of the most anticipated events of the year in Santa Fe, but it is also the most prestigious juried Native arts show in the world! People flock to the area from around the globe to purchase stunning artworks directly from Native artists. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about contemporary Indian arts and the cultures surrounding it.

Santa Fe Museums

For year-round access to art from local Santa Fe artists and beyond, there are many museums in the immediate area for you to visit! Ranging from local to global artist exhibits, there is something for everyone in Santa Fe. Check out a few of the many museums in the area to help plan out your upcoming trip:

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum – One of the most well-known artists of our time, Santa Fe has a dedicated museum filled with her floral wonders. Additionally, you can also make reservations to tour her local home nearby. 

Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

Much like its name implies, this particular museum focuses on modern Native artists – so if you aren’t in town for the Indian Market, this would be a great substitute!

Museum of International Folk Art

An incredibly impressive collection of global folk art, and a must-see for the Santa Fe tourist. As the museum’s founder best put it:

“The art of the craftsman [person] is a bond between the peoples of the world.”

Meow Wolf

This fantastical and whimsical museum features over 70 rooms of interactive art that is appropriate for all ages (& ADA accessible!). This is a truly one-of-a-kind museum experience you have to try.

Santa Fe Music Week

August is a great time to visit Santa Fe if you’re a music fan – but be sure to stay in town for at least a couple of days to get the full effect of the festival! Running from August 23-30 this year, the Santa Fe Music Week is sure to give you your fill of all types of music you could ask for. 

Featuring both national artists as well as musicians local to the Santa Fe area, you’ll be able to enjoy every genre of music under the sun at the Plaza every afternoon and evening. Almost all performances are family-friendly (with the exceptions usually taking place in a bar that is restricted to those under 21), and featured in venues all across town and the Plaza. 

Railyard Arts District

Hailed as the most artistic street in Santa Fe, the Railyard Arts District (found along Guadalupe Street) is home to seven art galleries that are filled with exhilarating exhibits. Also along this street are the weekly Farmer’s Markets and monthly Art Walks! 

All of the galleries are within walking distance of one another, so it’s a great opportunity to plan a day trip to visit these great contemporary art sites. If you’re looking for even more galleries in the area, be sure to check out Canyon Road and downtown Lincoln Ave!

“The City Different”

Truly living up to its tagline – “The City Different” – Santa Fe is filled with unending options for those interested in the music and arts scene. Whether you’re traveling alone, with a partner, or your entire family, there are events and galleries for everyone.

One of the best parts of Santa Fe Music Week is that all performances on the Plaza are free! This is a great time to visit Santa Fe because you have plenty of opportunities to hear live music during Music Week in between other activities.

Santa Fe (from the owners' perspective)

Santa Fe is an ancient city that has long been considered visually and culturally breathtaking and very distinct. With an art scene that rivals that of New York or Los Angeles, Santa Fe is ranked as the country’s 3rd largest art market.

Its ancient settlements and sites like the Georgia O’Keeffe museum and nearby Navajo markets embody the long-held mystique that sets this small city apart from all others.

The city of Santa Fe was formally founded and made capital in 1610, making it the oldest capital city in the United States. Previously it was home to Pueblo Indian villages with estimated founding dates as early as 1050.

The historic downtown plaza draws visitors to the New Mexico Art Museum and the New Mexico Museum of History.

During the summer, there are summer concerts in the evenings on the plaza and the big markets (Indian Market and Spanish Market) are set up in the plaza.

Increasingly known for its cuisine, Santa Fe has more than 200 restaurant choices ranging from local New Mexican flavors and Southwestern cuisine to authentic world cuisines.

The Canyon Road art galleries showcase a wide variety of art ranging from indigenous American and Southwestern to contemporary and experimental.

Canyon Road, just east of the Plaza, is home to dozens of art galleries and is a major destination for international collectors, tourists and locals.

The Santa Fe Opera is world-renowned and the opera house is absolutely stunning- it’s open-air with the Jemez Mountains as the backdrop of the stage. The opera season starts at the end of June and runs through the end of August.

At the base of the high canyons, situated at 7,500 feet about sea level, Santa Fe has the highest elevation for a city in the USA. Its semi-arid climate is varied and appealing during any of the four seasons.

In summer, it is always about ten degrees cooler than in Albuquerque 40 miles away, while the winter has skiing in the nearby Sangre de Cristos mountains.

In fall, when the aspens are all golden it is like being under a spotlight – it is so brilliant – and the springtime brings the blooming red and yellow colors of the cholla trees or the white flowers of the yucca, blooming in huge beautiful clusters along the hills and canyons.

Santa Fe is also the final destination of the historic Santa Fe Trail – a rugged footnote in our national history.

The Santa Fe Trail was a transportation route opened by the Spaniards at the end of the 18th century and used afterward by the Americans in the 19th century.

Although part of our Western lore, crossing the Santa Fe Trail in the late 1800s and early 1900s was risky business and not for the faint-hearted.

It is far easier to reach Santa Fe today, and for hikers and outdoorsmen and history buffs, nearby Bandelier National Park has both loads of hiking trails and archaeological sites.

Additionally, the Valles Caldera has hiking and archeology and the Jemez Mountains and the Sangre De Cristos both are known for their natural hot springs- many of which are open to the public.

To make the most of your visit, go to SantaFeSelection.com Travel Guide for the best of the authentic Santa Fe restaurants, unique shops, museums, galleries, activities and more!

Santa Fe

Sante Fe is the capital of the U.S. state of New Mexico. It is the fourth-largest city in New Mexico with a population of 84,683 in 2019, the county seat of Santa Fe County, and its metropolitan area is part of the larger Albuquerque–Santa Fe–Las Vegas combined statistical area, with a population of 1,178,664 in 2018. The city was founded in 1610 as the capital of Nuevo México, after it replaced the capital San Juan de los Caballeros (near modern Española) at San Gabriel de Yungue-Ouinge, which makes it the oldest state capital in the United States. With an elevation of 7,199 feet (2,194 m), it is also the state capital with the highest elevation.

It is considered one of the world's great art cities, due to its many art galleries and installations, and is recognized by UNESCO's Creative Cities Network. Cultural highlights include Santa Fe Plaza and the Palace of the Governors, and the Fiesta de Santa Fe, as well as distinct New Mexican cuisine restaurants and New Mexico music performances. Among the numerous art galleries and installations are, for example, the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, as is a gallery by cartoonist Chuck Jones, along with newer art collectives such as Meow Wolf.

The area surrounding Santa Fe was occupied for at least several thousand years by indigenous people who built villages several hundred years ago on the current site of the city. It was known by the Tewa inhabitants as Ogha Po'oge ('white shell water place'). The name of the city of Santa Fe means 'Holy Faith' in Spanish, and the city's full name as founded remains La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco de Asís ('The Royal Town of the Holy Faith of Saint Francis of Assisi').

Etymology

Before European colonization of the Americas, the area Santa Fe occupied between 900 CE and the 1500s was known to the Tewa peoples as Oghá P'o'oge ('white shell water place') and by the Navajo people as Yootó ('bead' + 'water place'). In 1610, Juan de Oñate established the area as Santa Fe de Nuevo México, a province of New Spain. Formal Spanish settlements were developed leading the colonial governor Pedro de Peralta to rename the area La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco de Asís ('the Royal Town of the Holy Faith of Saint Francis of Assisi'). The Spanish phrase Santa Fe is translated as 'holy faith' in English. Although more commonly known as Santa Fe, the city's full, legal name remains to this day as La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco de Asís. The full name of the city is in both the seal and the flag of the city, although, as pointed out by Associated Press in 2020, Assisi in Spanish is misspelled, reading Aśis instead of Asís.

The standard Spanish pronunciation of the city's name is SAHN-tah-FAY, as contextualized within the city's full Spanish name La Villa Real de la Santa Fé de San Francisco de Asís. However, due to the large amounts of tourism and immigration into Santa Fe, an English pronunciation of SAN-tuh-FAY is also commonly used.

History

Spain and Mexico

The area of Santa Fe was originally occupied by indigenous Tanoan peoples, who lived in numerous Pueblo villages along the Rio Grande. One of the earliest known settlements in what today is downtown Santa Fe came sometime after 900 CE. A group of native Tewa built a cluster of homes that centered around the site of today's Plaza and spread for half a mile to the south and west; the village was called Oghá P'o'oge in Tewa. The Tanoans and other Pueblo peoples settled along the Santa Fe River for its water and transportation.

The river had a year-round flow until the 1700s. By the 20th century the Santa Fe River was a seasonal waterway. As of 2007, the river was recognized as the most endangered river in the United States, according to the conservation group American Rivers. 

Don Juan de Oñate led the first Spanish effort to colonize the region in 1598, establishing Santa Fe de Nuevo México as a province of New Spain. Under Juan de Oñate and his son, the capital of the province was the settlement of San Juan de los Caballeros north of Santa Fe near modern Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo. Juan de Oñate was banished and exiled from New Mexico by the Spanish, after his rule was deemed cruel towards the indigenous population. New Mexico's second Spanish governor, Don Pedro de Peralta, however, founded a new city at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in 1607, which he called La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco de Asís, the Royal Town of the Holy Faith of Saint Francis of Assisi. In 1610, he designated it as the capital of the province, which it has almost constantly remained, making it the oldest state capital in the United States.

Lack of Native American representation within New Mexico's early government led to the 1680 Pueblo Revolt, when groups of different Native Pueblo peoples were successful in driving the Spaniards out of New Mexico to El Paso, the Pueblo continued running New Mexico proper from the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe from 1680 to 1692. The territory was reconquered in 1692 by Don Diego de Vargas through the war campaign called the "Bloodless Reconquest" which was criticized as violent even at the time, it was actually the following governor Francisco Cuervo y Valdez that truly started to broker peace, such as the founding of Albuquerque, to guarantee better representation and trade access for Pueblos in New Mexico's government. Other governors of New Mexico, such as Tomás Vélez Cachupin, continued to be better known for their more forward-thinking work with the indigenous population of New Mexico. Santa Fe was Spain's provincial seat at outbreak of the Mexican War of Independence in 1810. It was considered important to fur traders based in present-day Saint Louis, Missouri. When the area was still under Spanish rule, the Chouteau brothers of Saint Louis gained a monopoly on the fur trade, before the United States acquired Missouri under the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. The fur trade contributed to the wealth of Saint Louis. The city's status as the capital of the Mexican territory of Santa Fe de Nuevo México was formalized in the 1824 Constitution after Mexico achieved independence from Spain.

United States

In 1846, the United States declared war on Mexico. Brigadier General Stephen W. Kearny led the main body of his Army of the West of some 1,700 soldiers into Santa Fe to claim it and the whole New Mexico Territory for the United States. By 1848 the U.S. officially gained New Mexico through the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.

Colonel Alexander William Doniphan, under the command of Kearny, recovered ammunition from Santa Fe labeled "Spain 1776" showing both the lack of communications and quality of military support New Mexico received under Mexican rule.

After its annexationTexas claimed Santa Fe along with other territories in eastern New Mexico. Texas Governor Peter H. Bell sent a letter to President Zachary Taylor, who died before he could read it, demanding that the U.S. Army stop defending New Mexico. In response, Taylor’s successor Millard Fillmore stationed additional troops to the area to halt any incursion by the Texas Militia. The territorial dispute was finally resolved by the Compromise of 1850, which designated the 103rd meridian west as Texas’s western border.

Some American visitors at first saw little promise in the remote town. One traveller in 1849 wrote:

I can hardly imagine how Santa Fe is supported. The country around it is barren. At the North stands a snow-capped mountain while the valley in which the town is situated is drab and sandy. The streets are narrow ... A Mexican will walk about town all day to sell a bundle of grass worth about a dime. They are the poorest-looking people I ever saw. They subsist principally on mutton, onions and red pepper.

In 1851, Jean Baptiste Lamy arrived, becoming bishop of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado in 1853. During his leadership, he traveled to France, Rome, Tucson, Los Angeles, St. Louis, New Orleans, and Mexico City. He built the Santa Fe Saint Francis Cathedral and shaped Catholicism in the region until his death in 1888.

As part of the New Mexico Campaign of the Civil War, General Henry Sibley occupied the city, flying the Confederate flag over Santa Fe for a few days in March 1862. Sibley was forced to withdraw after Union troops destroyed his logistical trains following the Battle of Glorieta Pass. The Santa Fe National Cemetery was created by the federal government after the war in 1870 to inter the Union soldiers who died fighting there.

On October 21, 1887, Anton Docher, "The Padre of Isleta", went to New Mexico where he was ordained as a priest in the St Francis Cathedral of Santa Fe by Bishop Jean-Baptiste Salpointe. After a few years serving in Santa Fe, Bernalillo and Taos, he moved to Isleta on December 28, 1891. He wrote an ethnological article published in The Santa Fé Magazine in June 1913, in which he describes early 20th-century life in the Pueblos. 

As railroads were extended into the West, Santa Fe was originally envisioned as an important stop on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. But as the tracks were constructed into New Mexico, the civil engineers decided that it was more practical to go through Lamy, a town in Santa Fe County to the south of Santa Fe. A branch line was completed from Lamy to Santa Fe in 1880.[29] The Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad extended the narrow gauge Chili Line from the nearby city of Española to Santa Fe in 1886.

Neither was sufficient to offset the negative effects of Santa Fe's having been bypassed by the main railroad route. It suffered gradual economic decline into the early 20th century. Activists created a number of resources for the arts and archaeology, notably the School of American Research, created in 1907 under the leadership of the prominent archaeologist Edgar Lee Hewett. In the early 20th century, Santa Fe became a base for numerous writers and artists. The first airplane to fly over Santa Fe was piloted by Rose Dugan, carrying Vera von Blumenthal as passenger. Together the two women started the development of the Pueblo Indian pottery industry, helping native women to market their wares. They contributed to the founding of the annual Santa Fe Indian Market.

In 1912, New Mexico was admitted as the United States of America's 47th state, with Santa Fe as its capital.

20th century

1912 plan  In 1912, when the town's population was approximately 5,000 people, the city's civic leaders designed and enacted a sophisticated city plan that incorporated elements of the contemporary City Beautiful movement, city planning, and historic preservation. The latter was particularly influenced by similar movements in Germany. The plan anticipated limited future growth, considered the scarcity of water, and recognized the future prospects of suburban development on the outskirts. The planners foresaw that its development must be in harmony with the city's character.

Artists and tourists

After the main line of the railroad bypassed Santa Fe, it lost population. However, artists and writers, as well as retirees, were attracted to the cultural richness of the area, the beauty of the landscapes, and its dry climate. Local leaders began promoting the city as a tourist attraction. The city-sponsored architectural restoration projects and erected new buildings according to traditional techniques and styles, thus creating the Santa Fe Style.

Edgar L. Hewett, founder and first director of the School of American Research and the Museum of New Mexico in Santa Fe, was a leading promoter. He began the Santa Fe Fiesta in 1919 and the Southwest Indian Fair in 1922 (now known as the Indian Market). When Hewett tried to attract a summer program for Texas women, many artists rebelled, saying the city should not promote artificial tourism at the expense of its artistic culture. The writers and artists formed the Old Santa Fe Association and defeated the plan.

Japanese American internment camp

During World War II, the federal government ordered a Japanese American internment camp to be established. Beginning in June 1942, the Department of Justice arrested 826 Japanese-American men after the attack on Pearl Harbor; they held them near Santa Fe, in a former Civilian Conservation Corps site that had been acquired and expanded for the purpose. Although there was a lack of evidence and no due process, the men were held on suspicion of fifth column activity. Security at Santa Fe was similar to a military prison, with twelve-foot barbed wire fences, guard towers equipped with searchlights, and guards carrying rifles, sidearms and tear gas. By September, the internees had been transferred to other facilities—523 to War Relocation Authority concentration camps in the interior of the West, and 302 to Army internment camps.

The Santa Fe site was used next to hold German and Italian nationals, who were considered enemy aliens after the outbreak of war.[34] In February 1943, these civilian detainees were transferred to Department of Justice custody.

The camp was expanded at that time to take in 2,100 men segregated from the general population of Japanese American inmates. These were mostly Nisei and Kibei who had renounced their U.S. citizenship when asked to sign a loyalty oath that had confusing language, saying the person agreed to "give up loyalty to the Japanese emperor." Men born in America who had never identified with the emperor were insulted, especially as they were being asked to enroll in the armed forces while their Japanese-born parents were interned in camps. and other "troublemakers" from the Tule Lake Segregation Center In 1945, four internees were seriously injured when violence broke out between the internees and guards in an event known as the Santa Fe Riot. The camp remained open past the end of the war; the last detainees were released in mid-1946. The facility was closed and sold as surplus soon after. The camp was located in what is now the Casa Solana neighborhood.

Geography

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 37.4 sq mi (96.9 km2), of which 37.3 sq mi (96.7 km2) is land and 0.077 sq mi (0.2 km2) (0.21%) is covered by water.

Santa Fe is located at 7,199 feet (2,194 m) above sea level, making it the highest state capital in the United States.

The Santa Fe River and the arroyos of Santa Fe drain the region.

Climate

Santa Fe's climate is characterized by cool, dry winters, hot summers, and relatively low precipitation. According to the Köppen climate classification, depending on which variant of the system is used, the city has either a subtropical highland climate (Cwb) or a warm-summer humid continental climate (Dwb), unusual but not uncommon at 35°N. With low precipitation, though, it is more similar to the climates of Turkey that fall into this category. The 24-hour average temperature in the city ranges from 30.3 °F (−0.9 °C) in December to 70.1 °F (21.2 °C) in July. Due to the relative aridity and elevation, average diurnal temperature variation exceeds 25 °F (14 °C) in every month, and 30 °F (17 °C) much of the year. The city usually receives six to eight snowfalls a year between November and April. The heaviest rainfall occurs in July and August, with the arrival of the North American Monsoon.

When the Republic of Texas seceded from Mexico in 1836, it attempted to claim Santa Fe and other parts of Nuevo México as part of the western portion of Texas along the Río Grande. In 1841, a small military and trading expedition set out from Austin, intending to take control of the Santa Fe Trail. Known as the Texan Santa Fe Expedition, the force was poorly prepared and was easily captured by the New Mexican military.

Government

The city of Santa Fe is a charter city. It is governed by a mayor-council system. The city is divided into four electoral districts, each represented by two councilors. Councilors are elected to staggered four-year terms and one councilor from each district is elected every two years.

The municipal judgeship is an elected position and a requirement of the holder is that they be a member of the state bar. The judge is elected to four-year terms.

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Cliff Jacobs (Nat.Dpl.Hotel Man. (UJ). M.P.R.E.)

Managing Principal / CEO

Exquisite Hotel Consultants (Pty) Ltd

Mobile: +27 (0) 84 413 1071 / +27 (0) 61 716 6951

Landline: +27 (0) 21 554 0283

Emailcliff@exquisitehotelconsultants.com

Skype: cliff.jacobs

C/o Sybelstrasse 69

10629 Berlin

GERMANY

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Service Providers
Name: BondExcel
Phone: +27 (0) 83 417 1522
Email: hanlie@bondexcelwc.co.za

Mortgage Origination

We interface with all of the major banks in South Africa to ensure that you get the right home loan solution at the best possible rate. 

  • Hassle free financing for home loans
  • Competitive rates
  • Industry expertise offered by our bank-trained home loan consultants
  • No hidden costs
  • Personal assistance from the start to finish
  • Freedom of choice - through BondExcel you have access to all major banks through a single point of contact
  • Payment structures and advice to suit your personal financial needs
  • Our services are offered free of charge 

Looking forward to assist you with your home loan application!


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Name: Businessentials For Hospitality
Phone: +27 (0) 21 418 0940
Email: faried@businessentials.co.za

Hospitality Consulting, Accounting, Bookkeeping and Payroll Services

  • We have more than fifty years of experience working in over 100 Hotels, Guest Houses, B&B's, Restaurants and Pubs and are therefore experts in our field and can offer you advice, ideas and guidance.
  • We understand your business from both an operational and financial perspective.
  • We offer a comprehensive Bookkeeping and Management Accounting service, as well as Operational Systems Analysis including operational auditing and improvement of efficiencies in the restaurant sector (but not limited to).
  • We are flexible according to your needs.
  • Fees are structured according to the level of service you require.

View Partner's Website
Name: Capital Efficiency Group
Phone: +27 (0) 31 001 6307
Email: chris@capef.co.za

Corporate Finance, Tax & Accounting and Treasury Services.

  • Global International payment services, providing you the best Forex rates, opening and management of Individual and Corporate banking accounts in South Africa.
  • SARS, SARB and Exchange Control advice & applications. We ensure investor compliance with the current regulations in South Africa.
  • Corporate Finance & Advisory Services, including, Transaction Structuring, BBBEE Structuring, Due Diligence, Agreement Structuring, Capital & Debt Raising.
  • Accounting & Tax Services, Preparation of Annual Financial Statements, Management Accounts, Payroll Management, VAT & Tax Submissions.
  • Management Services, Preparation and Structuring of Strategic Plans, Reporting Packs, Risk Assessment and Project Management.

 


View Partner's Website
Name: Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc
Phone: +27 (0) 21 481 6317
Email: andrew.heiberg@dlacdh.com

Attorneys, Notaries and Conveyancers

  • Andrew Heiberg is a director and regional head of our Real Estate practice.
  • Andrew has assisted numerous domestic corporations in the field of commercial property acquisition and disposal transactions in South Africa.
  • He has also assisted domestic corporations in acquiring finance for commercial property ventures in South Africa.
  • The Real Estate practice acts for all the major commercial banks in respect of the registration of mortgage bonds and Andrew can assist in securing finance from these entities.
  • He also acts for certain local property developers in respect of the establishment of new residential and commercial property developments.
  • In addition to dealing with all aspects of conveyancing, Andrew specialises in sectional title-related work.


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Name: D E I R D R E R E N N I E R S Interior Design
Phone: +27 (0) 72 952 1898
Email: deirdre@deirdrerenniers.com

Interior Design

  • Deirdre Renniers Interior Design is an intergrated design studio providing architectural and interior design services in the leisure, hospitality, and commercial sectors, with projects in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Africa. 
  • Our approach is multidisciplinary and covers all the design aspects of a given project from interior architecture and interior design to furniture, product, and lighting design. 
  • We have creative experience in a variety of interior design disciplines, countries, and cultures. 
  • Our scope of experience has enabled a philosophy of design integrity and cultural sensitivity. 
  • We are committed to providing our clients with a solution that is driven by passion and expertise.

View Partner's Website
Name: De Leeuw Valuers Cape Town
Phone: +27 (0) 21 423 8036
Email: pieter.venter@deleeuw.co.za

Property Valuation Services

  • De Leeuw Valuers specialises in the valuation of immovable property throughout Southern Africa and MENA. The team comprises experienced valuers, who strive to ensure that valuations are of a superior standard.
  • The team are Members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and registered as Professional Valuers with the South African Council for the Property Valuers Profession (SACPVP).
  • De Leeuw Valuers are Hospitality & Leisure Real Estate and Valuation Experts.
  • We have extensive experience in the valuation of a wide range of real estate asset classes including specialised property such as hotels, hospitals, data centres, cold storage, etc.
  • Exposure to green building practices and involvement in the valuation of green buildings. 

View Partner's Website
Name: E C Mobility
Phone: +351 (0) 91 558 0025
Email: carlos.e@ecmobility.hk

International property, law and immigration

  • Specializes in assisting and facilitating clients in obtaining European Union - Iberian countries - residence permits and citizenship, specialising in the very popular and highly successful Portugal Golden Visa Residence Program .
  • Team of professional consultants with a wide range of experience on international property, law and immigration.
  • Focuses on helping clients and their families with all aspects associated with migration and obtaining of visa.
  • Wide range of services, including pre and post application services, e.g. arrangement of exploratory trip to the country, representing clients in the Golden Visa application process and property management. 

View Partner's Website
Name: Electrolux Professional
Phone: +27 (0) 82 786 2281
Email: estelle.van-den-berg@electroluxprofessional.com

Food Service, Beverage and Laundry Solutions

Electrolux Professional is a leading global provider of foodservice, beverage and laundry solutions, serving a wide range of customers globally, from restaurants and hotels to healthcare, educational and other service facilities. 

  • We offer OnE brand covering Food, Beverage and Laundry with only OnE point of contact with full-service offerings from single-unit equipment to full turnkey project solutions.
  • Our key products include combi ovens, cooking ranges, refrigeration and dishwashing equipment, coffee machines (semi-automatic, fully automatic and brewers)  coffee grinders, hot or cold beverage dispensers,  as well as frozen drinks and soft ice cream machines. When it comes to Laundry solutions: commercial washers, tumble dryers, drying cabinets, ironers and related specialty accessories and systems. 
  • We focus on solutions where there is a need for high-performing, reliable equipment, with significant aftermarket requirements over the equipment lifecycle and where customers are focused on productivity and total cost of ownership. 
  • Electrolux Professional constantly improves the energy and water consumption of its products, developing innovative and efficient solutions to meet the growing demand for resource-efficient appliances.
  • Our innovative products and worldwide service network make our customers’ work-life easier, more profitable – and truly sustainable every day.

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Name: FVE Interiors
Phone: +27 (0) 66 274 3680
Email: lori@fveinteriors.com

Interior Design  

  • We are an Interior architecture, design, project management and fit-out agency, with over 15 years’ experience in the commercial, retail and hospitality industries. We pride ourselves on being a detailed, solutions driven and consistent brand.
  • FVE’s goal is to visually and conceptually translate our clients’ brands into spaces, textures and materials.
  • Our services include space analysis and planning, floor plan development, concept design, using cutting edge technology, saving our clients both time and money. And not least, the implementation of the complete design through the Project Management process. We have strategically built long term relationships with other industry experts; suppliers, manufacturers and installers, to facilitate a streamlined process for our clients.
  • Our speciality extends to the following and beyond: Space planning, Design concepts,  Technical drawing packs for council submissions, 3D renders, Turn-key project management, Marketing solutions. 

View Partner's Website
Name: Giovanni Conti
Phone: +27 84 413 1071
Email: giovanni@exquisitehotelconsultants.com

Real Estate Specialist - Our Associate in Italy, North Africa, African East Coast Mainland and Islands

  • We offer an international platform of specialist hospitality property and/or business brokering services by listing and marketing for sale or lease or by investment partner arrangement or management agreement arrangement of a variety of hospitality products (i.e. hotels, resorts, boutique hotels, guest houses, guest lodges, B&Bs, game resorts, wine farms, yachts, cruise liners, etc) through our association with EC Mobility (in Portugal and Spain), BON Hotels (Africa), Giovanni Conti (Italy, North and East Africa, Sri Lanka), Nuno Boquinhas (Portugal, Azores, Madeira, Mozambique), Property 24, Seeff Property Services, Harcourts, Realnet, RE/MAX, Dogon Property Group, Rawson Estates, among many other prominent commercial estate agencies throughout Southern Africa - and now we are entering other African Countries on the East and West Coasts of Africa and moving further abroad! To date, Exquisite Hotel Consultants has a presence in over 60 countries - and counting...

  • Working with the above-mentioned agencies and others provides the largest possible reach nationally and internationally for all prospective buyers and sellers wishing to enter or exit the Hospitality Industry.

  • Sister websites have been opened in the following countries: United Kingdom: see www.exquisitehotelconsultants.co.uk, and in Germany: see www.exquisitehotelconsultants.de, and in the United States of America: see www.exquisitehotelconsultants.us.

  • Please note that several of our hospitality properties and/or businesses for sale or lease or through business partnership arrangements or management contracts are officially "Off-Market" - mainly for privacy reasons. Therefore, they are not listed as part of our hospitality properties/businesses for sale or lease stock. Please contact me for further details.  

  • Should you be considering to sell or buy or lease or obtain a partnership arrangement or management agreement arrangement for your hotel, boutique hotel, resort, guest house, B&B, game lodge, game resort, guest farm, yacht or cruise liner etc, I would be most pleased to provide you with further details of our way of working to effectively market and sell your property(ies) and/or business(es).


View Partner's Website
Name: Healing Earth
Phone: +27 (0) 21 555 1896
Email: ebrandt@healingearth.co.za

Hotel Amenities - inspired by Africa

  • Premium African spa brand,  spa operator and hotel amenity supplier.  We supply five star hotels, resorts, lodges and spas throughout South Africa and Africa including Royal Portfolio, Mantis Collection, Leading Hotels of the World, Royal Malewane, The Singita Group, to name a few!
  • We only produce top quality room amenities and spa products with 100% natural ingredients that are free from Parabens, artificial fragrance, DEA and synthetic chemicals.
  • We are a proudly South African brand; we do not import any of our ingredients, we obtain them from the richness of our African soil with its healing, restoring and nurturing properties.
  • All our amenity packaging is biodegradable and 100% eco-friendly
  • We support our local communities and adhere only to sustainable and ethical practices
  • We also offer full spa management, operations and consulting service that includes recruitment, management, training and support

View Partner's Website
Name: Hospro
Phone: +27 (0) 21 583 1851
Email: roberto.treffers@hospro.co.za

Hospitality Consultancy and Procurement

  • Established in 2007, HOSPRO|Hospitality Professionals serves the African Sub-Saharan region.
  • With a background in international hospitality consultancy and procurement services for some 30 years,
  • our combination of market knowledge and expertise ensures the best possible service for our business relations.
  • We support our clienteles with specific recommendations and references to stay focused on the total process.
  • Our emphasis is aimed at protecting the design intent, our client's budget and the various deadlines.

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Name: Hotel Revenue Management
Phone: +27 21 551 7440
Email: jaco@hotel-revenue-manager.com

Revenue (yield) Management

  • Competitor set monitoring.
  • Booking pace analysis.
  • Peak demand optimising.
  • Low demand stimulating.
  • Online Channel analysis
  • Wash-down factor’ monitoring.
  • Pick up and drop off analysis.
  • Definite and Tentative Status monitoring and control.
  • Online Channel Conversion.
  • Reservations cancellation monitoring.

Online room inventory Distribution & Rates optimisation

  • Positioned optimally on all the Global        Distribution  Systems (GDS).
  • Positioned optimally on all the Online Travel Agents (OTA) websites.
  • Positioned optimally on all Meta-Search Engines (MSE).
  • Competitor set monitoring & rate benchmarking.
  • Own Website distribution.
  • Rate parity management across all channels.
  • Website and Content audit.
  • Correct OTA mapping and content management.
  • Reservation conversion analysis and suggestion.

Implementation of Best Available Rate (BAR), in conjunction with point 1 & 2

  • BAR operational understanding and agreed  levels.
  • Implementation across the board.
  • Communication of this to the trade suggestions.

View Partner's Website
Name: Indigo Real Estate Agency
Phone: +25884 3616644
Email: cliff@exquisitehotelconsultants.co.za

Real Estate Agency - Our Associate in Mozambique

  • If you’re keen to buy a house or apartment along the African coast, look no further than the property for sale in Mozambique. With residents treated to breath-taking sea views and surrounded by lush green nature, it’s no wonder the country is increasingly popular among tourists and investors.
  • Whether you are looking  for to buy a house, sell or rent  property in Mozambique, purchase a piece of land for your own dream estate, either as a holiday or residential home or as an investment, property management services are also available should our customers require. Then we would welcome you to choose Indico real estate agency as your local realtor. 
  • No fee payable by the buyer – We were the first real estate agency in Inhambane Province to introduce 0% fee to our clients purchasing property.
  • We offer the widest range of properties at lowest prices in the market. This is ensured by contract with sellers.
  • Indico Real Estate Agency provides unique business opportunity within the Mozambican market to investors abroad.  Indico Real Estate Agency's main line of business is the sale of Hotels, Resorts, Plots of Land, Villas, Houses, Apartments, Private islands, Commercial properties, Residential properties, Projects (land sale as well as building permits) and Complexes in Mozambique.
  • Mozambique is also a Friendly welcoming investment environment all add up to a unique investment and lifestyle opportunity. Irresistible destination and a serious contender for anyone wanting to make an investment in an overseas property.


View Partner's Website
Name: Iner G Corporate Services
Phone: +230 52557182
Email: inerg@jaywalk.com

Business Management and Procurement

  • Iner G Corp is a consultancy firm that focuses on procurement and management services.
  • Its main focus is on the real estate business development, procurement for food services sector and other materials.
  • Led by a team of experienced professional, Iner G Corp strives to provide value added services to niche markets.
  • Exclusive Properties' representative in the Indian Ocean region.


View Partner's Website
Name: Lisa Dunn - Tourism Grading Assessor
Phone: +27 (0) 82 928 8002
Email: Lisadunnsa@gmail.com

Tourism Grading Assessment

  • I am an independent registered Tourism Grading Assessor with the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa (TGCSA). I have been doing star grading since 2005.
  • The star grading of properties involves assessing accommodation establishments and conference venues against a set of criteria in order to determine a star grading level based on international standards, from 1 star to 5 stars.
  • The various categories include game lodge, nature lodge,  hotel, small hotel, boutique hotel, apartment hotel, guest house, country house, bed & breakfast, self-catering: exclusive-use and shared vacation, caravan & camping, backpackers & hostelling and a range of conferencing and venue categories.
  • I do assessments mainly in the Province of Mpumalanga, South Africa, as I am based in Nelspruit.
  • I can also do pre-grading assessments for accommodation establishments and conference venues.

View Partner's Website
Name: Nuno Boquinhas
Phone: +2784 413 1071
Email: nuno@exquisitehotelconsultants.com

Real Estate Specialist - Our Associate in Portugal, Azores, Madeira, Mozambique

  • We offer an international platform of specialist hospitality property and/or business brokering services by listing and marketing for sale or lease or by investment partner arrangement or management agreement arrangement of a variety of hospitality products (i.e. hotels, resorts, boutique hotels, guest houses, guest lodges, B&Bs, game resorts, wine farms, yachts, cruise liners, etc) through our association with EC Mobility (in Portugal and Spain), BON Hotels (Africa), Giovanni Conti (Italy, North and East Africa, Sri Lanka), Nuno Boquinhas (Portugal, Azores, Madeira, Mozambique), Property 24, Seeff Property Services, Harcourts, Realnet, RE/MAX, Dogon Property Group, Rawson Estates, among many other prominent commercial estate agencies throughout Southern Africa - and now we are entering other African Countries on the East and West Coasts of Africa and moving further abroad! To date, Exquisite Hotel Consultants has a presence in over 60 countries - and counting...

  • Working with the above-mentioned agencies and others provides the largest possible reach nationally and internationally for all prospective buyers and sellers wishing to enter or exit the Hospitality Industry.

  • Sister websites have been opened in the following countries: United Kingdom: see www.exquisitehotelconsultants.co.uk, and in Germany: see www.exquisitehotelconsultants.de, and in the United States of America: see www.exquisitehotelconsultants.us.

  • Please note that several of our hospitality properties and/or businesses for sale or lease or through business partnership arrangements or management contracts are officially "Off-Market" - mainly for privacy reasons. Therefore, they are not listed as part of our hospitality properties/businesses for sale or lease stock. Please contact me for further details.  

  • Should you be considering to sell or buy or lease or obtain a partnership arrangement or management agreement arrangement for your hotel, boutique hotel, resort, guest house, B&B, game lodge, game resort, guest farm, yacht or cruise liner etc, I would be most pleased to provide you with further details of our way of working to effectively market and sell your property(ies) and/or business(es).


View Partner's Website
Name: Ooba (Pty) Ltd
Phone: +27 (0) 21 481 7300
Email: bronwyn.philip@ooba.co.za

Mortgage Origination

ooba offers you:

  • The best chance of bond approval through our industry-leading approval rates
  • A free prequalification service, to clarify what size bond you can afford and highlight any potential credit obstacles
  • The benefit of simultaneous submissions to multiple lenders.
  • In-depth knowledge of different bank’s processes, which is used to your advantage.
  • Hassle-free bond application – we do the paperwork for you, for free!
  • Tailor-made, comprehensive home insurance solutions to protect your home, income and belongings

View Partner's Website
Name: Real Visions Interiors
Phone: +27 (0) 71 541 7901
Email: samantha@realvisionsinteriors.com

Interior Design and Decoration

  • Real Visions Interiors cc was formed in July 2007 in South Africa and later expanded to India, Mexico and Oman. 
  • Real Visions Interiors’ services include design and project management of commercial spaces, retail, corporate offices, hospitality and casino design projects , as well as sports bars , night clubs and luxury residential homes.
  • They believe in creating a near perfect balance between a creative, holistic design and an ambience that invites and impresses all at the same time. Utilising spaces in an effective, functional and practical manner; designing to the client’s design intent and vision.
  • They work closely with local and international suppliers to keep up to date with the latest products and new fashionable materials.
  • Real Visions Interiors team bring together their full knowledge of materials and technical experience to create innovative and workable interiors.
  • Attention to detail is paramount and no effort is spared in the preparation of technical drawings and procurement specifications.
  • In addition, they offer their skills in project management; leading projects from cost estimate stage through to final budgets and time programs, including on site supervision. Real Visions Interiors cc is able to act as main contractor where required, involving a full interior fit out.

View Partner's Website
Name: The Dumb Butler Hospitality Suppliers
Phone: +27 (0) 21 203 0307
Email: orders@tdbutler.co.za

Hotel Linen Suppliers

LUX Award Winners 2021 for The Best Hospitality Suppliers. We are a proudly South African brand established in 2006.

We Supply:

  • Hotel Quality Linen
  • Snag-free Towels
  • Hotel Blankets
  • Duvet Inners and Pillows
  • Hotel Safes
  • All Guest Amenities
  • Personalised Gifting
  • Branded Clothing and Sportswear
  • Beds & Mattresses
  • Head Boards
  • Lounge and Pool Furniture
  • Guestroom Mini Kettles
  • Hotelware- ALL Cutlery & Crockery
  • All Catering Equipment
  • Glassware
  • Tents and Outdoor Equipment
  • All Hotel Equipment
  • We specialise in Guesthouses, Game and Guest Lodges

View Partner's Website
Name: The High Street Auction Company
Phone: +27 (0) 11 684 2707
Email: james@highstreetauctions.com

Property Auctioneers 

  • We have established ourselves as the premier marketplace for selling and buying property with several national auction records to our name.
  • We specialise in the hospitality, retail, commercial, industrial, land and residential property markets across the country.
  • Whether you are buying or selling property you can benefit from our effective, fast, risk free way to transact in a protected & transparent environment.
  • Give the international award winning specialists a call today to maximise the returns on your next property transaction.

Appreciating Property Value

 


View Partner's Website
Name: The Human Factor
Phone: +27 (0) 21 855 0718
Email: support@thehumanfactor.co.za

Hospitality Recruitment:

  • The Human Factor – Hospitality Recruitment provides a professional search and recruitment service that supports candidates and clients within the hospitality industry. It was born from the realisation that talent sourcing required a service that considers the sincere needs of both the employers and the candidates, and matches up people who are passionate about the same things.
  • Operating from Cape Town, we work on both a National and International basis. We take the values of both our clients and candidates into account. It is our aim to build a relationship with our clients and get to know as much as we can about their business so that we can pro-actively market outstanding candidates.

 We supply:

  • General Managers, Hotel/Lodge Managers, Field Guides, Management Couples, Project Managers,   Executive Housekeepers, Food & Beverage Managers, Chefs, Financial Managers, Operations Managers, Front of House Staff, Catering Managers.

We focus on servicing:

  • Luxury Game Lodges, Restaurant Groups, Catering Companies, Boutique Hotels, Independent Restaurants, Hotel Groups.

View Partner's Website
Name: The Private Hotel School
Phone: +27 (0) 21 881 3792
Email: Susina.Jooste@privatehotelschool.co.za

Hospitality Training:

  • The Stellenbosch Private Hotel School is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training in South Africa and is approved to offer vocational City and Guilds programmes.
  • As a partner school of the American Hospitality Academy - International Hospitality Management Schools(AHA-IHMS),
  • The Private Hotel School is providing leading edge training and education, aligned with the requirements of a global hospitality industry.
  • The campus is positioned in beautiful gardens and with panoramic views on the vineyards and mountains of Stellenbosch.
  • Our curriculum is driven by an experienced team of professionals who are committed to deliver quality education and training, industry collaboration and creating career opportunities for hospitality professionals. “

 


View Partner's Website
Name: Touch Point Retail
Phone: +27 (0) 84 920 1177
Email: diane@touchpointretail.co.za

Smart Interior Design

  • Touch Point Retail is a certified partner and installer of Cover Styl’ - smart interior design.
  • Cover Styl’  is a cost-effective self-adhesive architectural film that can cover almost any surface. The range offers 471 patterns and textures in 9 categories.
  • This material can transform any living space in no time and is a cheaper quality alternative for establishments that want to do any renovations or changes.
  • Transform your lobbies, bedrooms, corridors, bathrooms, feature walls, furniture etc. with this cost-effective solution.
  • This product is new to South Africa but is used extensively in the UK and other parts of the world. Touch Point has exclusive access to this product and are excited to help you transform your establishment today!
  • The message here is to rather refurbish than replace, this product offers instant gratification as it is non-invasive and fast to install. 

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Cliff Jacobs (Nat.Dpl.Hotel Man. (UJ). M.P.R.E.)

Managing Principal / CEO

Exquisite Hotel Consultants (Pty) Ltd

Mobile: +27 (0) 84 413 1071 / +27 (0) 61 716 6951

Landline: +27 (0) 21 554 0283

Emailcliff@exquisitehotelconsultants.com

Skype: cliff.jacobs

C/o Sybelstrasse 69

10629 Berlin

GERMANY

Terms and Conditions apply



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