La Posada de Santa Fe, formerly known as La Posada Inn, is a hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico that dates back to a mansion built in 1882. In 1882, merchant Abraham Staab built a three-story French Second Empire-style mansion in the heart of Santa Fe. It was the first brick mansion in Santa Fe. The property was home for Staab, his wife and their six children. Some accounts claim that the property is haunted by the spirit of Abraham's wife, Julia Schuster Staub. Julia died in 1896 and Abraham in 1913.
An employee shared this in a review, "I'll wait for someone from HR will comment and say negative reviews are from disgruntled former employees but in the meantime avoid this place at all cost compared to their competitors!....Never before have I seen so many people just describe a place as just a job and come to work in such a sterile atmosphere. The interview really seemed like a bait and switch between what they showed on their corporate video and what I saw when I got there. So far there has been nothing good to say and I cannot wait to leave."