We were hard pressed to finda room at the last minute and booked this one on a whim. It is everything that was promised. Lovely, quaint, and cozy! Check in was easy peasy. Itnis close to everything and the clerk’s recommendation for a quick dinner was spot on.
Traveller from Texas
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
The facility itself is nice, however, the bed was extremely hard and uncomfortable. The staff was polite and civil, but in general, I only met one or two lady staff members who were actually friendly. The rest of the staff seemed cold and clickish. The grounds were well maintained and the facility is all inclusive if all you want for entertainment is a Bar and Gill, pool, and spa. Other than that you will have to take the shuttle or drive back to town.
Traveller from Denver
Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of The Harrell House of Natural Oddities and Bug Museum …More
The rooms were excellent and unique. Very comfortable and roomy with many separate rooms. The staff was extremely friendly.
The hotel had all you wanted, excellent restaurant, fun piano bar and easy access to all Santa Fe has to offer.
Will definitely go back.
Traveller from Houston
Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this luxury inn is within a 15-minute walk of Santuario De Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, Palace …More
We stay here every time we come to Santa Fe with our dog. There's a small park very close by for her to do her business. Bar and restaurant are good. The consistent complaint we might have is the noisy refrigerator. Unless we need it, we unplug it. Also, very stingy on power outlets, but not unusual for a remodeled vintage motel.
Traveller from Angel Fire, NM
This inn is located at the entrance to Santa Fe's historic downtown area, only 6 blocks from the Historic Santa Fe Plaza, and …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.