Many positives here--wonderful staff, very clean, Native American owned and themed, great live music in the evenings. We loved the location--easy walking distance to all the Santa Fe shops and museums but not in the middle of them. Quiet and a bit separate.
Downtown Santa Fe's Hotel Santa Fe & Spa is in the historic Guadalupe Railyard district, 6 blocks from the Santa Fe Plaza and …More
This charming bed and breakfast has something for everyone. Just ask for what you want and the staff will make every effort to provide it; they are genuinely people-people. Each room is uniquely decorated. Breakfast is made- to-order omelettes and waffles plus a coffee bar, fruit, cereal and bread. We even had homemade muffins one day. Location is perfect and if you don't want to walk, there's a shuttle that will pick you up and take you anywhere in a mile radius. Beds are for sleeping in, but get. Up early and don't miss any part of the day. I see no reason that'll I'll ever stay anywhere else in Santa Fe, my favorite city.
Traveller from Iowa
Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this romantic hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Santuario De Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, Palace …More
Within walking distance to plaza and restaurants, very friendly staff, good breakfast, comfortable bed. Internet is very slow-was unusable in my room and barely usable in the lobby. When I mentioned it to staff they expressed concern as they had just had it serviced
Traveller from michigan
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
very welcoming. good breakfast in the mornings. great Piano Bar and food in the restaurant very convenient location to walk to museums, art galleries, and restaurants. as well as the Santa Fe Plaza, so no concerns to find parking. staff were all very friendly and helpful.
Traveller from Texas
Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this inn is within a 15-minute walk of Santuario De Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, Palace of the …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.