Very nicely appointed rooms in the southwestern style, comfortable bed, and delicious breakfast. How wonderful not to have a TV blaring in the very pleasant breakfast room! We enjoyed pleasant music instead. The piano lounge in the evening is a great place to have dinner while enjoying excellent entertainment. Delphia was at the piano bar one night we were there, and her voice and piano expertise were wonderful. Although there are many restaurants to choose from in Santa Fe, we found we kept returning to the restaurant at Vanessie instead. The Inn at Vanessie is a great place to make your base camp as you explore Santa Fe.
Traveller from Grand Lake, CO
Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this luxury inn is within a 15-minute walk of Santuario De Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, Palace …More
Very convenient to downtown. We walked everywhere, but there is also a shuttle. Front desk staff was very knowledgeable about the area and had great suggestions. The bar was rocking with sports fans. Fun stay!
Traveller from Seattle
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
Very quaint-- the rooms were a little on the small side... but the hotel overall was fabulous! They even had a Gruet Champagne tasting room open at the Hotel. The restaurant was very good and the hotel bar was spectacular.
And as to the location.. 1 blk to the Plaza-across the street from Cafe Pasquals basically in the heart of the city.
Traveller from Dallas
Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this historic hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Loretto Chapel and Palace of the Governors …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.