Desert Flower is a place to be inspired, to learn, and to connect with self and community.
Our rooms have been designed with the utmost care and respect; they're a sanctuary where art meets comfort. We see art and storytelling as a way of life and bring those elements into our hotel, creating a holistic experience that captures the essence of the desert and the magic it holds. We know that our world is harsh, so we've created a pathway to be reminded of the goodness and beauty that still exists. Stories of inspiration strewn along each step of the property is what makes the Desert Flower truly unique. There's something special waiting around each corner.
EXPLORE OUR ROOMS
Science is art, creation is beauty, music and movement are medicine. This room is cheerful and vibrant for those who appreciate the intersection of science and art. Featuring artwork from Dolan Geiman.
Let your imagination take over. This room is full of shapes and color. We’ve created space for your mind to wander and be reminded to live outside the lines. With artwork from Santa Fe artist Lisbeth Cort.
Taking us back to the beginning, our Garden room is lush and warm. With elements of Eden to be reminded that we are good. When we look close, there may be broken pieces, but there’s beauty in the cracks.
You have permission to be delicate and treated beautifully. This room comes with a copper soaking-tub for guests to enjoy its healing properties. Featuring a replica of Frida Kahlo’s Xochitl, Floer of Life. Frida signed letters as Xochitl to lover Nickolas Muray.
Throughout history quartz crystals have been used by different cultures as medicine, healing stones, and energy stones. Enjoy an up close look at quartz with a mural and be taken into the beauty and simplicity of the desert.
Allow yourself to exist in a feather light free fall into this magical room. With art from local writer and author Anita Rodriguez, her "Magic Night" inspired this space. The room comes with a copper soaking-tub for guests to enjoy its healing properties.
Seven is the number of completion or wholeness. The room signifies the importance of balance. Light and dark, contrasts in this space reminds us of what it takes to be whole.