JCDL 2023 will take place at the Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza, located at:
100 Sandoval St
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501
You can take a virtual tour of the Hilton. The Hilton is located in close walking distance to a lot of Santa Fe’s highlights such as the Historic Plaza, the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, the Palace of the Governors, and the New Mexico Museum of Art.
All conference sessions will be held at the Hilton.
The conference organizers have negotiated a reduced room rate for attendees of USD 220 per night (plus tax). To book your room, please either follow this link and use the code IEEE JCDL or call the hotel directly at +1-800-455-8667 or +1-505-988-2811 and refer to IEEE JCDL when making your reservation.
The Summers are peak tourist season in Santa Fe. In addition, June 30th is the opening night for the 2023 Santa Fe Opera season, which traditionally attracts a large number of people, so we strongly recommend booking early!
Included in the negotiated room rate:
- Complimentary breakfast
- Complimentary in-room WiFi
- Reduced on-site parking for USD 10 per day
From If These Walls Could Talk: 300 Years of History, Romance, & Intrigue:
Over three-hundred years ago in 1694, Nicholas Ortiz I arrived in Santa Fe with his wife and six children. By 1776, the first-known map of the Villa de Santa Fe, the Urrutia Map, clearly shows the Ortiz hacienda occupying the entire block where the Hilton of Santa Fe is now located. The Ortiz home surrounded a central corral and eventually included a private chapel, a bakery, stables, and 18 rooms. At the house of Nicolas Ortiz’s son, Antonio Jose Ortiz, plans were laid for “a most solemon function. Santa Fe Fiesta at its inception consisted of three days of secular and religious celebrations, including vespers the first evening, a mass, processions, a sermon, and “government officials in attendance at all events escorted by the royal garrison firing salvos. Fiesta de Santa Fe, has become the oldest community celebration in the country! In 1806, numerous descendants of the Ortiz family continued the Ortiz family traditions of military service, political and religious influence, farming, ranching, and trading. Today, more than three hundred years after the family first arrived in Santa Fe, there is sure to be an Ortiz marching in the procession for La Conquistadora at the Fiesta, which occurs, coincidentally, on the anniversary of the death of Nicholas Ortiz III.
In 1967, The Santa Fe Historical Society launched a campaign to save the historic houses, with the Ortiz houses being the second oldest residence in Santa Fe. Santa Fe Architect, John Gaw Meem, worked on the project with Hilton Santa Fe to recapture the spirit of the 18th century Ortiz Hacienda. Some of the original adobe bricks were saved for the interior and there are still some bricks around the property that you can see today! Casa Ortiz opened its doors as the Hilton Santa Fe in January of 1973. Hilton Historic Santa Fe Plaza, to this day, still keeps the Ortiz Family Coat of Arms culture and multiple history displays throughout the property! We can’t wait to welcome you to share the great history of the City Different and Hilton Santa Fe!
Other hotel options in the area (in no particular order and not representing any preference):