This was our first trip to Santa Fe and the Inn on the Alameda was a perfect base for seeing this charming city. From check-in to check-out the staff was awesome! The front desk staff was super helpful when asking about (and accommodating) a room upgrade. The Inn itself has a relaxing, mellow vibe and is a great please to start and end your day when adventuring around Santa Fe. The Inn is a short walk from the historic Plaza district where this is plenty of shopping, food and history. The Inn is literally a block for the main art gallery road.
We got to see each class of room. The traditional rooms appeared comfortable, clean and well maintained if a bit small. The deluxe rooms were more spacious and also appeared clean and comfy. As we were traveling with two adults and one child, we settled on a junior king suite. The room was recently updated and had one of the most comfortable hotel beds I've ever slept on. The room was spotless upon arrival and the housekeeping staff was attentive and diligent in keeping it that way.
The complimentary breakfast was great with a wide assortment of pastries, quiche, croissants, cereal, bagels and toast. There were gluten free and vegetarian choices for those with special dietary needs. The complimentary evening wine and cheese hour offered a refreshing variety of fruit, cheese and veggie snacks and tasty choices of wine.
The free WiFi had a strong signal and worked well everywhere in the complex including in room.
The Inn doesn't have a pool but has two hot tubs. These didn't appear to get much use and are probably the one area of the Inn that might need to be updated. This didn't really matter to us and we spent an afternoon up the mountain at Ten Thousand Waves which we HIGHLY recommend to anyone visiting Santa Fe.
We will definitely stay at the Inn on the Alameda whenever we visit Santa Fe.