Staff were friendly. Room was very clean. Liked the enclosed swimming pool. See full review
Jul 1, 2014
Nice place to stay and great amenities
This is on prime area and not far from downtown. Lot of businesses around the hotel See full review
Jun 20, 2014
Complete amenities five minutes to downtown Santa Fe
Courtyard by Marriott Santa Fe is a conference hotel located at the halfway point between the municipal airport and downtown. This hotel is one of the largest full-service hotels on the Cerrillos commercial corridor. Families and business travelers will find the location convenient for the university and state offices all within several minutes by car. Traditional New Mexico pueblo style is traceable throughout the property, and there's an indoor pool, Bistro and cozy fireplace lobby.
Free Wi-Fi Internet access
Plenty of free parking for any size vehicle
Heated indoor pool and 2 hot tubs
Free airport shuttle
The three-story Courtyard by Marriott Santa Fe has 212 rooms and suites that sleep up to 6. Clean white linens, pillow-top mattresses and both foam and feather pillows adorn king and queen beds. Roomy accommodations have sitting areas and space for rollaway beds. Rooms are equipped with mini-refrigerators, LCD TVs, coffee-makers, hair-dryers, irons and ironing boards. Stay connected with free high-speed wireless Internet access.
Find ample space for swimming, dining, meeting and relaxing at this service-oriented hotel. Kick back on a cozy leather lobby couch in front of the kiva fireplace with a complimentary cup of coffee. Hold a casual business meeting on the shady poolside terrace. A sky-lit indoor swimming pool and two hot tubs are heated year round. The Bistro serves breakfast and dinner. Evening bar is also available. Local restaurants deliver to this hotel.
Valet dry cleaning, a mid-size fitness room, coin-operated laundry and safe-deposit boxes are available. Pick up gallery and restaurant recommendations from the concierge before a drive north to the historic Santa Fe city center.
New Mexico Rail Runner Express Santa Fe depot (4.6 mi/7.4 km)
Santa Fe Municipal Airport (5.4 mi/8.7 km)
Albuquerque International Sunport airport (60.6 mi/97.5 km)
Free airport shuttle
Santa Fe University of Art and Design (2.6 mi/4.2 km)
Santa Fe Plaza National Historic Landmark/Downtown (5.3 mi/8.6 km)
Santa Fe Opera (14.9 mi/24 km)
Santa Fe Ski Area (20.6 mi/33.2 km)
Taos, NM (73.7 mi/119 km)
Faxing, photocopying and courier services (fees apply)
6,500 square feet of meeting space in 5 rooms
Free high-speed wireless Internet access
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Your food and beverage destination for refreshing breakfast choices in the morning, and a variety of dinner and cocktail options in the evening. The Bistro also offers specialty beverages made with Starbucks® coffee to help you get a jump on the day.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
I trusted staying in a nicer hotel chain would mean something in this economey where so many are out of jobs. You would think those that had them would do try to them well, instead, what we encountered CONSISTANTLY at the front desk was rudeness,
apathy, and someone treating behind that counter like their own little kingdom. Through the website I made the reservations, which included two free breakfasts. I made the rez when we were at another hotel, and did not have a printer so I did not have a hard copy, or 'evidence' for her. She refused to honor anything that came up on her screen. So after checking in I trotted off to my room and found it on my 'My Past Trips' I called down to give her the details.... but again she wanted a piece of paper (like a ran out and bought a prnter in the meantime!). I was more than insulted at this point, so I asked her if she wanted me to either bring my laptop to her and show her, or could I have her email address to email it to her? And, dear fellow travelers, her reply was "Do what you want!" AGH!!! Marriot, somone needs a little retraining! I did wind up emailing it to her. Now it seems like all of this was just for two Buffet breakfasts, but more importantly,it was for my traveling dignity.