Comfortable if cramped room. Very very clean! Good hot water, quiet atmosphere, conveniently located. Room had a funny smell - maybe because I requested no air freshener? It was definitely off putting but we dealt with it. Even so I would stay here again.
Happily surprised at how lovely this hotel is! Outstanding service by Ken, who checked us in and made dinner reservations for us with a restaurant where he knew the manager (the restaurant held a reservation for us even though it had closed a bit earlier). Outstanding genuine Mexican breakfast included ...
Very quiet and clean room with a great kitchen. The fireplace was a great surprise with unlimited free wood! The breakfast area was also great with fast service and delicious omelets! A great place to start the day and then come back to - after enjoying Santa Fe!
This little motel is far from fancy, but if you want an old fashioned MOTEL experience for an excellent price, this is the place. The staff is very friendly, the rooms are quiet and comfortable, and it's an easy five minute drive to Historic Old Santa Fe. The decor is classic old west shabby chic, ...
This Hilton resort and casino is classy and maintains high standards in every aspect. The authentic art exposed in the lobby and in the hallways is amazing! For dinner I recommend the buffet served daily from 4pm to 8pm. Maybe the management should extend the schedule to 9pm.... I am not a gambler ...
Santa Fe, capital of New Mexico, is also the state's fourth largest city. Highly influenced by Native American and Hispanic culture, Santa Fe is famous for its beautiful downtown area, and its many historical sites and cultural festivals. Hotels in Santa Fe offer a wide variety of choices including economy, executive suites, and luxury hotels. Two of the city's most popular hotels are the Luxx Plaza Hotel and Hotel St. Frances Heritage Hotels and Resorts.
The Bobcat Bite Restaurant on Old Las Vegas Highway is a local landmark. This restaurant serves up many great dishes, but none more popular than its green chili cheeseburger. For a more formal experience, try Geronimo Restaurant on Canyon Road.
Visit the Plaza, located near many Santa Fe hotels. Considered the heart of Santa Fe, the Plaza is the city's most historic area. The Plaza is surrounded by galleries, restaurants, and a plethora of shopping venues.
Those looking to get in a quick round of golf should visit the Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe. Designed by famed architect Baxter Spann, Santa Fe’s only municipal golf course features some of the most beautiful scenery in the city.
Not far from most hotels Santa Fe is the Ten Thousand Waves, a very unique mountain spa. Ten Thousand Waves offers hot baths, deep stone massages, facials and CryoStem cell treatment.
Tourists looking to shop should check out Santa Fe Place Mall. For more unique items, visit the Contemporary Hispanic Market for locally-made arts and crafts.
The hotel was well decorated and had lots of places to relax. The restaurant had recently opened and the service was great. I had the salmon for dinner and was very pleased with the way it was prepared and presented.
It's a little hard to find but once you do it is a lovely area, quiet, and serene but so close to where everything is happening. If you like leaving your car behind, this is the place. Plus parking is free which is not the case for many other hotels.
We got this room for a good price. Very large room with fridge, fairly generous breakfast included. The facilities are definitely faded and in need of repair, but nothing that affected us. The heater in the room was somewhat noisy, but other than that we were satisfied.
This hotel is 2 blocks from the plaza in downtown Santa Fe. It is clean and adequate though not luxurious. We enjoy being close to the plaza so we can walk in the winter.