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The Inn of the Five Graces has a decidedly eclectic style, combining Persian, Indian, Tibetan, Uzbek and other Eastern architectural elements and antiques with classic Santa Fe adobe construction. The effect is organic, warm and luxurious, and almost every inch of the Inn’s 25 rooms has been handmade in some way. Embroidered silk covers flat-screen TVs when not in use so they don’t distract from the art that surrounds them. Wooden doors and trim are hand-carved, and owner Sylvia Seret has created intricate tile mosaics in every bathroom. Each room has a fireplace stocked with fragrant piñon wood. Outside, hidden courtyards are favorite respites to enjoy the mild Santa Fe evenings.