This sprawling property about three miles south of town has two main claims to fame: Its location amid the quiet sagebrush (get it?) away from downtown, and the fact that Georgia O'Keeffe stayed here for almost a year in the late 1930s. The inn has been added to and updated since O'Keeffe's time, with the original three-story 1929 structure joined by more modern buildings around a spacious grass courtyard. Generally speaking, the younger the room the better; some of the older ones tend toward the small and dark. Overall, the property could use an updating, although a conference center has been opened and there's a Comfort Suites hotel on the property now, too. The lobby bar livens up at night with country music and dancing.