Heritage Hotels & Resorts, Inc., unveils new haunted tales tour.
Just in time for Halloween and Day of the Dead, there’s a spooky new way to explore Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Visit some of the most historically haunted areas of Santa Fe, the oldest capital city in the United States. With its history of varying cultures occupying what is known as the downtown plaza since the year 1050, Santa Fe is rich in both historic triumphs and tragedies. Its long history of Native Americans, Spanish, Mexicans and Pioneers have led the city to be one of the most haunted in America. The fact that the city was built over an abandoned Tanoan Indian Village adds another layer to the storytelling.
Heritage Hotels & Resorts, Inc., is now offering a special package at two of its properties. The package includes a Saturday night hotel stay, a fall flavor treat–from wine, local caramel corn and hot cider–and a two-hour Haunted History walking tour with legendary historian, Peter Sinclaire, who’s been leading tours and “spooking about” Santa Fe for over 20 years.
“Many of Santa Fe’s ghosts have an emotional issue that keeps them from moving on. I share both their tales and the rich history of this city in my storytelling,” explains tour guide Peter Sinclaire. “My tours offer the opportunity to go beyond the five senses and explore Santa Fe’s supernatural history.”
This package is available on Saturday evenings from October 11 to December 27, 2014 at both Hotel Chimayo and Hotel St. Francis. This package includes luxury accommodations, two discounted tour tickets, some fall flavor and a Local Treasures discount card for 15% off over 100 of New Mexico’s best locally owned shops, restaurants and attractions. Prices start at $220/double occupancy.
Press Release – Text & images courtesy Krysty Ronchetti for Heritage Hotels