"Nice hotel with an artsy, historical touch to it"
Friendly staffs, complementary Wifi, bottled water in the room, no hidden fees. Rooms are clean and filled with artsy and crafty furniture and decor, which brings in a cultural touch. Lovely location- right next to the town plaza where there Christmas lights were still on in January!
Traveller from San Diego, CA
Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this spa hotel is steps from Institute of American Indian Arts Museum and Palace of the …More
Such a great place! I was in a standard queen for a weekend visit. The room wasn't huge but the fireplace, comfortable bed, sunroom and courtyard made it perfect. When I arrived, I was given a tour of the room by the most pleasant person ever. Highly recommend!
Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Santuario De Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, Palace of …More
Older hotel facility, but well maintained with thoughtfulness and care. Staff was friendly and accommodating, even cleared our snowy windshields! Room is small and not well insulated for noise - we often heard barking dog next door to us. However, the location and general ambiance made for a comfortable stay. Recommended.
This Santa Fe hotel is 3 blocks from the New Mexico Capitol, 4 blocks from the Museum of Fine Arts, 5 blocks from Canyon Road …More
"Comfortable bed, great shower, close to the Plaza"
Checkin/out were uneventful, parking is available (though expensive) in a small lot next door OR for almost half the price in a public lot across the street. While we were discussing parking, the desk attendant let us know that street parking is free 6 PM Saturday through Sunday night. We drove around for 10 minutes and found street parking and left the car there all weekend. After checkout on Sunday we left our bags with the front desk and picked them up on our way out in the evening.
Traveller from Albuquerque
Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this historic hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Loretto Chapel and Palace of the Governors …More
We had a wonderful time at Las Palomas. The hotel staff were helpful, friendly and always offered to fix us a coffee. The room was spacious and charming. It was freezing while we were there and the fireplace was awesome. The breakfast at Las Palomas was the best I have ever had, very fresh and savory. Thumbs up experience all around!
Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Santuario De Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe and …More
We chose to spend a wedding anniversary at Inn of the Governors, and it turned out to be a great choice. A little hotel feel with big hotel amenities. It was only a few short blocks to walk to the Plaza in Santa Fe - great location! One notable feature was a great hot breakfast buffet, freshly cooked. The staff were very helpful and friendly. All in all, a great choice. I hope not too many people read this review and decide to book rooms, because we want to easily be able to make reservations for future visits!
Traveller from North Texas
This two-story hotel is 2 blocks from Santa Fe Plaza, the Palace of the Governors museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts; the …More
Owners were very hospitable and made us feel right at home. They were knowledgeable about local events and took the time to get to know the guests on a personal level. Breakfast was delicious. They take pride in their place and it shows! We will stay there again.
Traveller from Fort Worth, TX
Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this bed & breakfast is within a 5-minute walk of New Mexico State Capitol and San Miguel …More
Downtown Santa Fe has some of the nation’s oldest buildings. The Palace of the Governors has been in use since the early 1600s. For 400 years, Santa Fe Plaza has hosted markets and special events. West of the plaza, Santuario de Guadalupe is the oldest U.S. shrine to the Virgin Mary. The New Mexico State Capitol is also downtown. Nearby, the acclaimed Santa Fe Opera conducts performances alfresco.