Where is it?
This Hacienda is just minutes (driving) to the famous tapas restaurant & watering hole "El Farol" on Canyon Rd. Across the road from "El Farol" is "Geronimo" always packed and serving a sophisticated South Western menue; and a stroll away is the "Compound", aptly named; with a lush inner courtyard and mid century charm, the food at this buzzy restaurant is also exquisite :) others to visit are: La Casa Sena, Nostrani, Pranzo, Shoko, Saigon, Saveur, Tomasita's, Encantado, Illuminaria, Rio Chama, Capitol Grill, The Tea House there are SOO many more :)
El Farol is definitely a good choice! Santa Fe is blessed with lots of cool bars; to name a few; which also have great restaurants attached, the "Coyote Cafe", "Del Charro", "Cowgirls", "Agave",
Clafoutis, la Boca, Vinaigrette, San Marco's café, the French Pastry Shoppe, Saveur, The Tea House, Downtown Subscription, Aztec cafe, Café des Artistes, etc...
it is so individual, for western style, the Downtown Historic Plaza shops, Sambusco Mall (also downtown) shops on Guadalupe St. and Montezuma st. as well as off of Canyon rd.
Bit of culture
Native American Dances and Festivals, Indian Market, Opera Season, Balloon Fiesta, Spanish Market, SITE Santa Fe, The Museums up on the Hill, Plenty of dancing in Fe, from Tango, Salsa, Marenque, Belly Dancing and just normal Clubbing :)
Walks in the park
Alameda Park, and hikes and walks all around :)
Spot of exercise
Santa Fe Ski Basin, Kayaking/boating down the Rio Grande, Flying lessons, Snowboarding and skiing, snow shoeing, Para-gliding, Fly fishing, Horseback riding, going to the Rodeo's, tennis, soccer, etc...
Pecos, Abiquiu, Taos, any of the amazing Indian Pueblos surrounding Santa Fe :)