Yes, We’re Open in Santa Fe, New Mexico!
Updated: March 23, 2022
We hope you’re well and are staying safe. Our staff has been working hard to ensure that when you’re ready to travel again, we’re here to welcome you and provide the best possible vacation experience. This page will be updated as health orders are changed.
While we do our best to keep this information up-to-date and accurate, we encourage everyone to use New Mexico’s Department of Health website for the most recent guidance.
Without further ado (you can jump to questions using the links below):
Am I Required to Wear a Face Covering When I Visit Santa Fe?
No. There are no face covering mandates in effect.
What Are Your Cleaning, Sanitizing, and Disinfecting Protocols?
As always, All Seasons Resort Lodging is diligently cleaning and preparing each vacation rental home and condo before guests arrive. The following frequently touched areas are regularly disinfected by our trained housekeeping staff using powerful disinfectants.
Our front desks and common areas have been modified to comply with all health and safety recommendations set by health officials. We’ve taken steps to ensure social distancing in all aspects of our operations. Read more about how we’re keeping our guests, homeowners, and employees safe during the COVID-19 pandemic here.
Is Your Pool and Hot Tub Open?
Yes! Our pool and hot tub are now open.
Do You Offer a Contact-Free Check-In Option?
Yes! We offer self check-in via electronic kiosk. Detailed instructions are provided via email to each guest after booking.
Are Santa Fe Restaurants and Bars Open?
Yes! Restaurants and bars are open and are operating at full capacity.
Can I Visit a New Mexico State Park?
You sure can. State parks are now open to all. Be sure to check the New Mexico State Parks website for reservation requirements.
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