Hotel and Travel Information
La Fonda on the Plaza is not only a beautiful hotel, but also a vibrant, historic Santa Fe landmark. The La Fonda hotel is surrounded by history and art museums, plus a wide variety of shops, galleries, and historic churches. Most city attractions are within walking distance from the hotel. Dine in the beautiful, enclosed courtyard restaurant, the La Plazuela Restaurant, as well as the La Fiesta Lounge, which features a New Mexican lunch buffet daily and live entertainment and dancing nightly.
Each room is uniquely decorated with hand-painted wooden furniture, original New Mexican art and other distinctive touches. All La Fonda on the Plaza guest rooms include the following amenities: pillow-top beds, high speed wireless Internet, coffee maker, Cable TV, and an attentive staff.
The AAMFT Institutes for Advanced Clinical Training and all networking activities will be held at the beautiful La Fonda on the Plaza. The AAMFT has secured excellent room rates for all Institutes participants of only $129.00 for a single room and $139 for a double room, per night until February 4, 2011. For more information on the property, visit www.lafondasantafe.com.
La Fonda on the Plaza
100 E. San Francisco Street
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Phone Number: 505-982-5511 or 1-800-523-5002
Reservations Fax Number: 505-954-3599
La Fonda on the Plaza is providing meeting space to the AAMFT at no cost, contingent upon the majority of attendees staying at the resort. When participants book accommodations at other hotels, it results in increased meeting costs for the AAMFT, and ultimately leads to higher registration fees. Please support the AAMFT by booking your accommodations at the headquarters hotel.
Most major airlines serve Santa Fe via the Albuquerque International Airport, just 60 miles to the south. Regular shuttle bus service connects the two cities and rental cars are readily available.
Sandia Shuttle 888-775-5696 or 505-474-5696 • www.sandiashuttle.com
AMTRAK trains stop at the Lamy depot, 14 miles from downtown Santa Fe.
Transportation is available from the station.
For assistance with your travel arrangements contact Covington International Travel. Phone: (888) 747-7077
Fax: (804) 273-0009
Folk art and opera houses combine with traditional southwestern cuisine and contemporary fashion to make Santa Fe the “City Different”. Having earned this nickname because of its commitment to maintaining the architectural traditions of the region, the city of Santa Fe has flourished as a center of art, music, and cultural diversity. The city’s unique artisan markets, museums, and nearly 300 art galleries have led to international acclaim as one of nine UNESCO Creative Cities. It is the only city within the United States to receive this honor. Whether you are looking for traditional artisan crafts or exploring the Georgia O’Keefe museum, you’ll quickly see why Santa Fe is the third largest art market in the country.
If the art galleries don’t entice you, the majestic beauty of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains will. With an average 300 days of sunshine and four distinct seasons, Santa Fe offers the outdoor adventurer a wide variety of choices. Test your skills on the ski slopes of Ski Santa Fe or enjoy hiking and biking within one of the many national parks and forests nearby. The Randall Davey Audubon Center offers visitors the chance to see more than 130 species of birds while exploring their 135 acre habitat.
After a fun-filled day of arts and adventure, kick back and enjoy a fabulous meal at one of the 200 exceptional restaurants in the area, relax at one of the city’s many spas, or head out for a night of live music and dancing. Whatever you decide to do, Santa Fe will surely charm you with its unique blend of culture and beauty. To learn more about the area please visit www.santafe.org