Proposals unveiled for development at Garrett’s Desert Inn

Four development proposals are under consideration for Garrett’s Desert Inn, now the property of the state Land Office, whose office is shown just across the street. (Journal file photo)

Four different development proposals for Garrett’s Desert Inn are headed for talks between State Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn and a team of Santa Fe community, business and government leaders next month.

The property, 311 Old Santa Fe Trail, came to the Land Office through a land exchange with Cochiti Pueblo.

According to a Land Office news release, all four proposals came from New Mexico companies. As listed in the news release, they are:

— HRV Hotel Partners, LLC, in conjunction with joint venture partners Santa Fe Dining, Inc., Marble Brewing Company, and the Margetson Family, is proposing to redevelop the existing property into a contemporary interpretation of a 1950’s-era, Santa Fe motor court style hotel. The proposed hotel would include 84 guest rooms with private patios and balconies, including four Airstream trailers restored as guest rooms, a reconstructed lobby, meeting space, restaurant and bar with outdoor patios and rooftop terraces, a rooftop pool, fitness center, an outdoor movie screen, and other amenities.

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