Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe is an abstract hotel originally resembling a Mexican village in the Navajo desert. It was designed by architect Antoine Predock.
In 2013 the hotel was officially rethemed to Disney-Pixar’s Cars, but some elements of the original theming remained which include include rusty vehicles, a giant cactus, a snake-shaped viewing platform, a meteor and a crashed U.F.O.
Guest rooms are themed to Cars and feature two double beds, a ceiling fan, LCD television and a fully equipped bathroom.
The hotel also features the outdoor play area Totem Circle, La Cantina restaurant and the Rio Grande bar.
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