The staff (especially Ken and Ann) were very helpful and knowledgeable about restaurants and sites of interest. The daily breakfast (included) was delicious. Property was well maintained and in a fabulous location. Highly recommend!
Loved everything about this hotel. The service was impeccable. It had the best location. The restaurant was delicious. We loved the art and architecture. Each room is unique and beautiful. I highly recommend staying here.
Very convenient for my needs. The suite was advertised to sleep 4, which was ambitious to say the least. Thankfully there were only two of us, but not sharing a bed. The fold out couch could only fit one, and it was uncomfortable!
As the capital city of New Mexico, Santa Fe is a wonderful place to visit if you want to experience the United States’ Southwest, which is a unique blend of Native American and Hispanic cultures. Come for the beautiful Pueblo-style architecture and stay for the wellness events, art scene, and outdoor offerings.
You are sure to find something unique about each neighborhood in Santa Fe, whether you are looking for a more historical scene or a more artistic one. Considered the “epicenter” of Santa Fe since its founding as a Spanish colony, the Plaza and Downtown area is perfect if you want to be close to all the action. Stroll around nearby to see some of the city’s oldest monuments and architecture.Should you be particularly interested in Santa Fe’s art and culture scene, then book yourself a hotel near Canyon Road. With nearly a hundred art galleries filled with everything from sculptures to Native American art to handmade jewelry, this neighborhood is brimming with charm. For a more social experience, book yourself a hotel in the Southside neighborhood. Not only do many locals call this area home, there are plenty of things to do. From outdoor activities to hitting up some of the city’s most popular restaurants and more, you will not be bored. Next, new life has been breathed into the Railyard-Guadalupe District. It is a great spot to stay if you want trendier hotspots. Do not miss the Farmer's Market while you are there. Another recently revitalized district is the Midtown Innovation District. While Canyon Road caters to a more traditional artistic and cultural visitor, Midtown is all about the newer forms of art and entertainment. Whether it is the Meow Wolff, an artist cooperative housed in a former bowling alley, to Teatro Paraguas, or The Adobe Rose Theatre, you will find plenty of interesting and innovative things to enjoy.
Overall, you can find around 268 hotels in Santa Fe starting at
While there are three airports for Santa Fe, you will probably only really use two of them as the Los Alamos County Airport is not typically used by commercial airlines. The first is the Santa Fe Municipal Airport. This airport, which is located about 20 minutes from downtown, is great if you are flying locally as it only goes to and from Denver, Dallas, and Phoenix. While there are about ten hotels nearby, there are not any specifically dedicated to the airport itself.
The most popular option is the Albuquerque International Sunport Airport with its one terminal, four concourses, and multiple destinations and commercial airlines. Though it is about an hour drive from Santa Fe, there are plenty of ground transportation services to and from. If you would prefer to stay nearby the airport, it is good to know that most of the ten closely located hotels include a free shuttle.