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About Us

Otra Vez – Spanish for “once again,”
as in seeing a favorite vacation spot anew.

When you stay at one of our 18 luxury condos in the heart of historic Santa Fe, you will often yearn to return to experience afresh all this vibrant 400-year-old capital city has to offer. A cultural jewel set in the beauty of the Southwest, Santa Fe has many facets that are revealed only on repeat visits. Unique traditions, history, art, and fine dining await around every corner, and all within walking distance of Otra Vez.

An Infamous History



El Fidel Hotel


Originally built as the El Fidel Hotel in 1923, a recent partial renovation of one of the commercial spaces in Otra Vez revealed evidence of an earlier foundation, that of the Santa Fe County Jail, whose most infamous inmate was Billy the Kid. The Kid spent three miserable months in the windowless, one-room adobe jail in the winter of 1880-1881. He was transferred to the Lincoln County Jail, and as memorialized in movies, books and music, made a daring escape, only to be shot down by Sheriff Pat Garret on July 14, 1881.


Sheriff Pat Garrett


Patrick Floyd “Pat” Garrett (June 5, 1850-February 29, 1908) is best known for killing Billy the Kid while he was serving as sheriff in Lincoln County, New Mexico.  Born in Cusseta, Alabama, and raised on a Louisiana plantation, Garrett moved to New Mexico around 1878. He married Juanita Guitierrez in 1879, but she died within the year. The following year he married her sister Apolinaria and the couple had nine children.


Billy The Kid


Billy the Kid (ca. 1859-1861-July 14, 1881) was born William Henry McCarty, Jr., but also went by William H. Bonney and William Antrim. He was a gunman and outlaw that participated in the Lincoln County War. Legend says he killed twenty-one men, but it is believed the number is actually around eight or nine. He killed his first man at around 16 or 17 years old. He is known for his cunning and skill with firearms. Relatively unknown most of his life, he quickly reached legend status when New Mexico’s governor, Lew Wallace, place a price on his head. After that his exploits were written about in newspapers across the country.

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