20-odd years ago we wanted to stay after we married---but it was out of our range. We got to this year when brief back in SF. In every way? Well worth the wait. Beautiful hotel, exceptional staff, near everything in central SF. Stay here and walk everywhere !
Two blocks from Santa Fe Plaza, the hotel is within 5 blocks of galleries, restaurants, and shopping, and is adjacent to the …More
We actively searched online for this place because we had stayed once before. It feels like you're really in New Mexico with the tall fountain at the entrance and the adobe style and landscaping. I love the old fashioned furniture and art on the walls. The room was a joy. Internet was a little slow but the charm of this place and the employees that are so hospitable make this place a treat for travelers. The breakfast room is very pretty and food was good. Cable TV is good. There is information inside each room with facts about the name of the room, and what it means. Cut fireplace in the room too.
Traveller from Sanger, California
Situated in Espanola, this bed & breakfast is within 12 mi (20 km) of Don Quixote Distillery and Winery, Santuario de …More
The hotel St. Francis far exceeded my expectations. The staff was friendly, remembered me by name and the facilities were top notch. The hotel was near all the main attractions, allowing me to walk throughout Santa Fe. I will be staying here next time I am in town and will tell all friends and family to do the same.
Traveller from Seattle, WA.
Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this historic hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Loretto Chapel and Palace of the Governors …More
Ancestral Pueblos settled in the area in the 1100s; their dwellings can be seen at the Bandelier National Monument. A more recent history defines the area for most, however. The atomic bomb was secretly built at the Los Alamos National Laboratory during World War II. Although many credited the A-bomb with helping end the war, it ushered the nuclear age.