Wonderful welcome by staff including wine, tea and cookies upon arrival. (4 to 5 P.M.)
Room was rustic decor, cozy and warm on a chilly night.
Hotel restaurant was wonderful for dinner.
The breakfast was a wonderful buffet of freshly cooked selections with background music of Classical Guitar.
The staff were all very friendly and helpful.
This place is located close to the plaza and within easy walking distance to shopping in Old Town.
Highly recommended to everyone.
C from California
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
Large room with sitting area, kitchen, eating nook and separate bedroom. No desk to set up a computer, but the bar works well. Close to the tourist attractions, but near the north edge of town so very little traffic or noise. Possible to walk to the Plaza, etc, but also parking available within 2 blocks of the Plaza. Fantastic view of the mountains from my porch at unit 10. Looking for a little exercise? Walk around the Old Fort Marcy Park almost next door.
John from Amarillo
Situated in the city center, this condo is close to Old Fort Marcy Park, Palace of the Governors, and San Miguel Mission …More
This hotel was amazing. We left our other hotel at 4am because it was so horrible and checked into this hotel early. Will was wonderful (Front Desk), he checked us right in and accommodated all our needs. The room was clean and well-decorated. The bed was incredibly comfortable.
Sarah from Pittsburgh, PA
Situated in the suburbs, this lodge is close to The Harrell House of Natural Oddities and Bug Museum, Palace of the …More
Love the hotel and the staff. They went above and beyond to make our trip enjoyable. I was worried after reading other reviews about the age and condition of the rooms. I was pleasantly surprised by the rooms. It's true there is no granite, or newly renovated bathrooms. But the bathroom was spacious and the water pressure was great. The charm more than makes up for that. If you're looking for a Hilton, this isn't the place for you. If you're looking for wonderful grounds, romantic fireplaces, great walking trails and beautiful views then you will love it here. We walked down to pet the horses (we didn't opt for the trail ride, maybe next time). We enjoyed margaritas on the restaurant patio in the evening. The plaza is a really short drive and they have shuttles during the day. My hubby and I prefer this hotel to many others we have stayed at. It is truly comfortable and manages to keep the "lodge" charm while offering a great experience. We will be back.
Loroo from Arvada, CO
Situated in the Tesuque Valley at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, this 450-acre resort is within 4 mi (6 km) of …More
What a terrific experience! This must be the best small hotel in Santa Fe. The folks who run it are helpful, friendly and welcoming, nothing is too much trouble for them. The rooms are clean, well furnished, comfortable and bright, without the clinical feel that you get in some of the big hotel chains. The whole place exudes character, we loved our stay here. Moreover, it is a very short walk from the Inn on the Paseo into the city centre; we parked our car (in the car park at the back of the hotel) and left it there for the two days of our stay, it's very conveniently situated to visit all of the places of interest in the city. The breakfasts we were served were amazing; for example, on our first morning we had huevos rancheros with all of the trimmings - guacamole, sour cream, corn bread etc. And if that wasn't enough, cereals are available, alongside pleanty of coffee and hot tea. A most enjoyable stay - probably the best hotel in our 23 day tour in the USA - very highly recommended!
Mike from Malvern, England
A blend of Southwestern style and country charm, this hotel is 3 blocks from the Santa Fe Plaza and the Canyon Road Gallery …More