The owner was very kind and communicated well, and the room was very clean, so the necessities were met. With that said, I'm not sure I would call this a "hotel" or "inn". It's literally a house you get one room in. The floors are older wood and you can hear every footstep someone takes in the house ...
Does not look like in pictures- it’s actually much nicer! Very stylish place throughout. Shower is somewhat small for my 200-something-pounds husband. Nice owner.
Near park, restaurant and hiking trail, grocery store.
Nicest hotel I've stayed at, with the best amenities. Only thing missing was a pool.
Great breakfast. Convenient for doing things in the area. Located well for Los Alamos, Bandalier and Valles Caldera.
The room was great but the wifi service was horrible. I only booked a roo. So i could get some homework done while visiting family and i was unable to
Liked that it was dog friendly. Decent breakfast. Bedding was comfortable. Fridge/freezer and microwave in room, along with coffee pot. Didn't like that handicapped parking placed passenger opening the door into a large bush, if the door could even be opened! Looks like upgrades were made to the ...
A few hours spent at Bandelier National Monument feels like a hazy snapshot of the past.
To get there, you will have to journey to Santa Fe, the state capital.
We are aware of about 2 hotels that are just 6 miles away from Bandelier National Monument. The Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Los Alamos and Hampton Inn & Suites Los Alamos are some of your best bets here.