Bachelorette Party Guide | Santa Fe

May 6, 2020
Bachelorette Party Guide | Santa Fe

Welcome to Santa Fe! Get ready for a bachelorette party weekend in the Land of Enchantment. We’ve compiled a few of our favorite stays, sights, and sweet treats to help you plan a perfect weekend with your favorite people. If you’ve dreamed of a weekend packed full of relaxation and delicious food, then buckle up for a getaway with your girls! Let’s party!

You’ve made it to Santa Fe!

Whether you’re traveling from near or far, this quaint New Mexico city is full of historic charm and beautiful sights. For your first night in Santa Fe, check into the Parador Bed and Breakfast. Santa Fe’s oldest inn, a 200-year-old farmhouse, nestled in downtown Santa Fe. Relax and unwind before the real fun begins, tomorrow! But, not before gifting your best gals something as a token of your appreciation. Don’t worry, we’ve got a Pinterest board full of trendy southwestern fiesta ideas! Fill a custom tote with all things turquoise, tequila, and tacos!

Good morning, darlings!

Cheers to the girl with the ring by enjoying a quiet morning with your girls at brunch in the Parador. Their kitchen will whip up some of the most delicious treats you can think of. From French toast to Mexican inspired breakfast scrambles, their menu is not in short supply of brunch items. (Our mouths are watering just thinking about it!)

Shopping, shopping, shopping!

Spend the afternoon exploring historic downtown Santa Fe and all of the colorful shops it has to offer. Pick out some beautiful handcrafted, turquoise jewelry, or admire the culture of each individual shop. This downtown experience is full of amazing finds that tell the story of Native and American culture and are sure to add special details to your trip.

A night out with your girls!

End your night with dinner at Paloma and experience the vibrant Mexican kitchen with colorful entrees that are sure to delight! This colorful restaurant brings a piece of Santa Fe indoors and highlights the amazing blend of cultures in this town. Before your night ends, make sure to stop by La Lecheria for some of New Mexico’s finest craft ice cream. These treats are made the old-fashioned way, without artificial ingredients. Make sure you try some of our favorite flavors: Sweet Corn, Crackerjack, and Citrus Basil.

Fiesta, siesta, tequila, repeat!

Planning to fiesta in Santa Fe all weekend? There’s an abundance of activities and restaurants to check out. Below we’re sharing some of our favorites.


Schedule a wine tour with your crew through New Mexico Wine Tours; they’ll handle everything from transportation and lunch to additional add-on activities.

Del Charro

For an evening of live entertainment, authentic tapas, full bar, and a festive environment check out El Meśon.

Looking for a rooftop bar? Coyote Cantina is the place to be!

Evangelo’s Cocktail Lounge: In the mood for live music? Evangelo’s is the place to be!

Looking to get outside for an active day? Wander New Mexico has a great list of short hikes in the area, including the Tent Rocks National Monument! Our tip? Start early before it gets too hot and finish just in time for some chips, queso, and margarita.

Ten Thousand Waves: Pop in for a relaxing afternoon after a hike for a massage and hot tub soak!

Until next time…

Goodbyes are never easy, especially if it’s after an amazing weekend. Santa Fe’s historic downtown, delicious treats, and extensive culture are some things we’re sure will have you returning back to this beautiful city.

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