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Wedding Celebrations at the Historic Bishop's Lodge an Auberge Resorts Collections
A wedding is the most important event couples plan in their lives, choosing a memorable venue and location is paramount. Santa Fe is recognized as one of the nation's most romantic cities and top of the list by Destination Wedding Magazine - Conde Nast Traveler ranks Santa Fe as one of the world’s Top 10 destinations. Enrobed with beautiful blue skies and sunny weather, Santa Fe historic adobe structures and enchanting sunsets provide theater for any special occasion. If you are looking for an upscale tuxedo-clad gala dinner, or a south
western experience complete with cowboy boots and jeans, Santa Fe has charm and character unmatched by any destination.
Bishop's Lodge has been welcoming visitors to Santa Fe for over 150 years at its unique location at the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, just minutes from the historic Santa Fe Plaza. Located on 317 pinon-filled acres, the Resort features an historic chapel used by one of Santa Fe's most famous patrons as a summer retreat.
Auberge provides relentless elegance and service to the City that made the southwest famous. From elegant outdoor courtyards and patios, to the historic lodge rooms and world-class activities, Bishop's Lodge has the perfect offerings to make your wedding unforgettable.
Please take a moment to review the information about weddings at Bishop's Lodge. Our catering and wedding professionals are eager to assist with private hosted tours available upon request.
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Really my advice would be to hire a coordinator, even if you think you don't need one, otherwise the banquet captains will be coming to you for instructions. Even though they will have a timeline for events, they seem to want confirmation on everything rather than just bringing stuff out. Since most people don't want to be dealing with this at their reception (I didn't!) a coordinator really is a must. I'm not dinging them for this though as they do tell you that they do not coordinate for you so it's not a surprise, though I figured they'd just plow through the timeline we gave them rather than asking me at each step what we wanted to do. But as I said I think in our case a lot of it was our fault for being late back from photography and also just confusion from the rain.
As far as value goes, it really depends on your budget and priorities. It is not a cheap venue overall, but it's one of the prettiest around and that's worth something to me. The food is definitely not cheap but it is good, even at the cheapest price tier we used. Extras like A/V support, lighting may get you so plan for it.
HOWEVER, if you get a room block for you and your guests, beware. Not one thing they told me was done correctly. We went to see rooms and were supposed to sign a contract and no one had any idea about it. The person in charge of the room blocks was NEVER available and multiple others were poor at best at returning phone calls. After we were told our block was ready and told guests they could call, no one could find our room block, we didn't get our link for the block for like a month, guests had to tell me our block was full and needed more rooms when we were supposed to get an email telling us this. My MOH was double charged and instead of taking the charge off was argued with about it and told she had to send them her CC statement for them to remove it. Then couldn't get a call back. At our free couples massage, I wasn't able to get the last spa appointment of the day because we were 'with a group BLOCk' (which still makes no sense to me) and instead of telling me this to begin with was just lied to. They were supposed to book us the entire sunset lodge so we could be a little rowdy and they didn't. THen when I spoke to the manager with all this stuff, I got no discount except an offer for him to buy us dinner - which I then had to go insist that I get as no one knew about it. The communication in the lodge is atrocious. None of it was horrible but after many mistakes I don't think it was worth having my wedding there. If it's only your wedding I recommend it, but if your guests are staying there - I recommend finding somewhere else. It's really too bad because this place has such awesome potential.
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