Ratings based on 363 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Los Angeles
Beautiful hotelPosted Mar 24, 2015
The hotel or bed and breakfast is beautiful and feels almost like a home. The staff is professional and friendly. They asked about any food intolerances and they accommodated mine. The location is close to the old town.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom calif
Posted Feb 5, 2015
Great location and breakfast. Comfortable room. Terrific staff.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Seattle, WA
Very charming and comfortable B&B.Posted Jan 7, 2015
Pros: Charm, staff, location, breakfasts, comfortable bed, smaller establishment, ease of check-in and check-out, staff recommendations of local attractions
Cons: The rooms adjacent to the Paseo del Peralta allow some road noise but it's not bad. Easy to hear guests once breakfast starts; good for early risers
Location: The Inn is a few blocks NE of the Plaza. Easy access to all downtown museums, Canyon Road, the Cathedral, Loretto Chapel, excellent restaurants, etc.
I had the pleasure of staying at Inn on the Paseo between Christmas and New Year's. This bed and breakfast is two older converted buildings connected by a new addition which contains the foyer, dining room and kitchen. The front entry and foyer includes a small sitting area adjacent to the fireplace. Just past that is the dining room and kitchen. The rooms extend off to the left and right of the main entry, down halls into the older buildings. The older sections have a settled character. My room featured an exquisite king bed along with an armchair, desk and matching chair, and a full bath. A little cozy on space but homey and very comfortable. I noticed a little road noise from Paseo del Peralta and occasionally could barely hear other guests in the evening but noticed no night owls. The staff were unfailingly gracious, friendly, attentive and solicitous of my wants and needs. Dietary concerns were accommodated with zero fuss (non-allergenic need to avoid nuts, seeds, etc.). Breakfast seating is communal and I enjoyed meeting and swapping travel notes with other guests. The tasty meals ranged from fun (build your own burrito bar) to hearty (chile frittata) and more interesting (breakfast ham with sweet potato hash and a salad of arugula and grape tomatoes). Good coffee and plenty of it! I very much liked the location; just far enough from the Plaza to feel more quiet but within easy walking distance.
for Couplesby Lorettafrom Albuquerque
Quick last minute getawayPosted Dec 30, 2014 on Hotels.com
Room was great. Overnight getaway. Staff friendly and helpful
for Couplesby Dainafrom Lubbock, TX
Perfect Santa Fe weekendPosted Dec 29, 2014 on Hotels.com
We absolutely enjoyed our stay at the Inn over the Christmas. The food was excellent, and location hard to beat. Owners provided everything we needed, and we felt like visiting good friends.We look forward to returning for a longer vacation.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Really nice folks and locationPosted Dec 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
Really nice folks and location. It feels like staying in a friend's place where they serve you brunch every morning. It's a quick walk to the plaza, easy even in cold weather. Good food, coffee always available, and nice people.
for Couplesby Stephenfrom Phoenix
Romance in Santa FePosted Dec 2, 2014 on Hotels.com
Our stay was for a romantic getaway. This is a bed and breakfast, not a hotel. The service and friendliness of the staff and owners were superb. Breakfasts were most enjoyable. The overall condition of the Inn is worn and needs upgrading. A huge deck was being constructed when we were there, and when finished will provide a delightful setting to enjoy the outdoors. Our room was very small(#19)and the furnishings were worn.
for Couplesby barryfrom Charleston
Great location and value in Santa FePosted Nov 25, 2014 on Hotels.com
Inn on the Paseo is a great location for visiting Santa Fe. You can take a short walk to the Plaza area for shopping and restaurants. The breakfast is very good. Our room was on the lower level, so we had good access to the parking area. We could have used points and stayed in a branded hotel near I-25, but the price and convenience made this a great value.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Malvern, England
A wonderful place to stay in Santa Fe!Posted Oct 27, 2014
Pros: The magnificent breakfasts. The cookies and coffee/tea that are on offer all day. The frienliness of the owners. Comfortable beds.
Cons: With standards like they have here, it is difficult to suggest improvements. If only all hotels were as good as this one!
Location: A great location, convenient for The New Mexico History Museum, St Francis Cathedral, Palace of the Governers, watch the sunset from Fort Marcy.
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!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Good location!Posted Oct 10, 2014
This friendly b and b is conveniently located close to old town Santa Fe and Canyon Road. Excellent breakfast and friendly people!