We spent 3 nights at the Hotel Santa Fee Spa & Resort. It is beautifully landscaped with trees and flowers and lots of parking it you come in a car. The front desk staff and the staff in the restaurants and bar are very friendly and helpful. We had an amazing stay at this hotel resort.
This hotel has a $15.00 per day resort fee and offers the following services:. Free bottled water each day, complementary coffee and tea from 7 am to noon, a free newspaper daily and it offers a free shuttle (you request it at the front desk), We only had to wait 10 minutes for the shuttle to come. It's just a short drive to the Historic Plaza, or Museume HIll or the Art Galleries on Canyon Road. Bring your cell phone with you and you just need to call the hotel for the shuttle back to the hotel.
We had a cozy king size bed room just around the corner from the front lobby on the 1st floor. They have a heated pool which we swam in each afternoon. The hotel offers a continental buffet breakfast each morning for $11.00 each. They serve fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal, oatmeal, croissants,cinnimon rolls, bagels, toast, milk juices, tea and coffee..
For dinner the first night we ate at the Amaya Restaurant and the it was just satisfactory. We arrived fairly late the first night at 8 pm and only need a light dinner. We ordered a salad each and asked to have the Chicken Enchalida entree split for the two of us. My husband was upset that they charged us an extra $5.00 to split the plate. If you decide to eat at this restaurant its a bit expensive and the food is average.. They do have a fix price meal for $20.00 between 5 PM to 7 PM., Which was more reasonable, the food is from the same Àmaya menue. Another night we went to Tomasita Mexican Restaurant just around the corner from the hotel. Its a authentic Mexican Restaurant and many of the locals eat here. The food was delicious and freshly made.
When we went to the Historic Plaza we had la wonderful pizza at the Pizza Sante Fe Plaza it just off the square upstairs. It`s easy to find because it has a balcony with red umbrellas that are opened up for shelter from the sun or rain..
The day we went to Canyon Road to see the wonderful art galleries we ate lunch at the Tree House Restaurant. I had a delicious chicken wrap and peppermint tea. This is a cozy place and very peaceful and the food was wonderful.
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- Hotel Santa Fe and the Hacienda and Spa, the only Native American Owned hotel in Santa Fe, is located just blocks from the Santa Fe Plaza in historic downtown Santa Fe and in the heart of the Guadalupe Railyard District. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Santa Fe And Hacienda And Spa
- Hotel Santa Fe & Hacienda Santa Fe