Ratings based on 1,970 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
great stayPosted Nov 19, 2015
Pros: Rooms are artsy/rustic/western-very home like. I would stay here again!
Cons: The picture showed a fireplace in our room-the room we got had a stove in the side room-no bigs. I still wanted the room i saw in the pic!
Location: very close to everything
We stayed at Las Palomas for a conference/getaway. It was quiet, accommodating, breakfast was awesome, the hotel was close to everything-unique, creative, laid back. clean, quirky-excellent staff, very friendly.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Nov 15, 2015
The hotel reception staff is as good as they get. Very friendly and helpful, I can't say enough good about them. The breakfast is wonderful. Cappuccino, lattes to order at no extra cost along with made to order omelets and waffles. Location is great. Just several blocks walk to plaza. Our bed was comfy, very soft, fluffy towels. The heated floors took the chill outed theNovember temps. Our room got too hot at night so we turned it down second day. Our room could use a makeover. Walls were dingy and chipped and dirty. The stone floors were dirty. I spilled a glass of water on floor and when I wiped it I was grossed out by how dirty the towel was. The courtyard by our room was full of leaves that were begging to be raked. We kept tracking in leaves. I really like the place and believe a little elbow grease could make this place not just good, but fantastic.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Boston, MA
Inn with character, charm, and locationPosted Nov 9, 2015
Pros: Hotel Staff is outstanding and knowledgeable. Real southwest flavor/experience. Accommodations more like living apartments then hotel rooms.
Pleasant walk to the plaza and Georgia O'Keeffe museum, as well as numerous restaurants. Las Palomas is actually a scattered warren of adobe apartments, so do not take your luggage out of your car until you get your room. You may have a (very short) drive to get to your appointed quarters. Breakfast was outstanding, with freshly made waffles or omelets as well as a full ready to eat spread. In the evening, they keep a heated crock pot full of freshly baked cookies, and this became an irresistible draw to finish the evening.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from amsterdam
Discover Santa FePosted Nov 3, 2015
Pros: The comfort of a small kitchenette and functioning fireplace in the room.
Cons: internet. cleaning
Location: interesting town with many very good museums, nice surroundings and must-see daytrips, like Taos and Ghost Ranch.
Conveniently located near the center of town with free parking. Wonderful breakfast, very helpful staff, very comfortable room. Cleaning was not spotless, however. Only disappointment was the very slow internet at our location (Pueblo).
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Montana
Really Experience Old Santa FePosted Nov 3, 2015
Pros: Everything is within walking distance, but if you want to save your feet, you can just call the purple taxi to dinner, shopping or spa
Cons: For me, they could rip the TV out... but I know that wouldn't fly with a majority of visitors!
Location: If you really want to see an 'artist colony', take the purple taxi to the top of Canyon drive and wend your way downtown. Don't miss Shidoni Foundry!
We love Los Palomas! Each room is a cozy unique experience that embodies old Santa Fe - original beams, rustic furniture, great kiva fireplaces and tile work. Each room has little patios or courtyards with lovely plantings and cafe tables for enjoying coffee and a book. The breakfast is magnificent, the waffles are to die for, and the coffee is fabulous. If you must have rubber stamp, rabbit-warren rooms with 15 floors of identical furniture and art work that could as easily be in Fargo as Santa Fe, I'm sure you can find your bliss somewhere else... but if you really want to BE Santa Fe and immerse yourself in the experience of enjoying the art, culture and ambiance that make Santa Fe unique, Los Palomas is it!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Phoenixville, PA
OutstandingPosted Nov 2, 2015
This hotel was the first of many on a roadtrip to New Mexico and New Orleans. We loved it here. Wished we could've stayed longer. Staff was pleasant, everything was picture perfect. Can't say enough about this place. It was beautiful and a great place to re-energize.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Minnesota
.Great ExperiencePosted Oct 28, 2015
Pros: Everything. See experience.
Cons: No suggestions
Location: So much to see and do in downtown Santa Fe. Can walk everywhere from here. Definetly visit old mission and chnurch with musterious stairway. Shopping!
Awesome stay! Staff was very friendly helpful. Very close to downtown. Fantastic breakfast. Was upgraded at no cost. Room (apartment) was so well decorated, clean and comfortable. Will definetly come back here when coming to Santa Fe again. Came highly recommended from a friend and exceeded our expectations. will recommend to others.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from NYC
Wonderful, unique hotelPosted Oct 24, 2015
On my most recent business trip to Sante Fe, I found this wonderful and eclectic hotel. My unique comfy, cozy room had a wood burning fireplace, fridge and microwave, and excellent bed. The hotel provides a made to order breakfast selection, cozy living room / meeting place and friendly, professional staff. Shuttle around downtown, but I walked to the Plaza and all around. I loved every minute.
by A verified traveler
Great we could walk into town.Posted Oct 22, 2015
Cons: Breakfast was very limited for all that we paid. One morning the muffins were stale with the top being hard.
Room dingy and depressing. I know it's old but......
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 17, 2015
Wonderful hotel. Friendly staff. Amazing breakfast. Close to plaza.