Our Covid-19 Response
In these unprecedented times, we feel it is important to let you know, whether you are a tenant currently staying with us or a future arrival, what we are doing in response to the global pandemic.
We have kept our office closed to outside traffic to minimize contact with travelers for our own health as much as our tenants for when we visit properties to inspect them or make ready for an arrival.
As of February 10, 2021, Santa Fe has moved into the Yellow Level of Restrictions
Places of Lodging, including short-term vacation rentals, that have completed the New Mexico Safe Certified Program, training offered at nmsafecertified.org, may operate up to 60% of maximum occupancy. All other “places of lodging” may operate up to 25% of maximum occupancy.
Please contact Casas de Santa Fe to discuss availability on specific dates and/or homes.
Starting February 11, 2021
Out-of-state Travelers are welcome to book!
New Mexico will no longer require a 14 day self-quarantine for visitors or New Mexicans arriving into the state from "high risk" states. Instead, all travelers are strongly advised to self-quarantine for 14 days and get tested for COVID-19 as soon as possible.
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Cleaning: We are working with our housekeeping companies to ensure that cleanings are done in accordance with CDC guidelines: wearing masks and gloves, using bleach to clean and disinfect, extra cleaning on high-traffic areas such as light switches and doorknobs, focusing on sanitizing and ventilating the property, etc. We are allowing three days in between reservations to clean and sanitize the properties before subsequent arrivals.
Food and Drink Establishments: May operate at 25% of maximum capacity for indoor dining; 75% of maximum capacity for outdoors dining; any establishment serving alcohol must close by 10 p.m. each night.
For information on restaurants, shops, and what to do in Santa Fe please visit, https://santafe.org/Santa_Fe_Reopening/index.html
Face Masks are mandatory when in public spaces in the state of New Mexico, violators may face a fine.
Essential Retail Spaces: May operate at 33% of maximum capacity
Close Contact Businesses: May operate at 25% of maximum capacity or 20 customers at one time, whichever is smaller.
Outdoor Recreational Facilities: May operate at 25% of maximum capacity, unless required to have less capacity under the state's COVID-Safe Practices.
-The Casas de Santa Fe Team
For more information regarding COVID-Safe practices please visit the following links