From the outside, this boutique hotel could pass for something out of the 19th century, all weathered wood beams and adobe-colored walls. Inside, it's a very tasteful, very posh hotel, with an excellent restaurant and bar, a cozy library with overstuffed chairs, and a lobby decorated with primitivist art, flagstone floors, and spindly cacti. The rooms feature Navajo rugs, kiva-style gas fireplaces, and other warm touches like iron candleholders (and, thank you, humidifiers). A few have balconies. Remodels in 2006 and 2013 seem to have only elevated the furnishings, along with the level of service. This is the kind of place where the folks at the front desk greet you by name and there's a pair of oatmeal raisin cookies on your pillow every evening. This atmosphere of luxurious intimacy doesn't come cheap, and you'll also have to forgo features like hot tubs and pools, but for a high-end choice right off the plaza, the Inn of the Anasazi is very hard to top.