We stayed here 3 nights and enjoyed our visit to Santa Fe. It is a block from the Canyon Street Art Galleries, and about 2 blocks to the center of town where lots of the museums and attractions are. The room we got was a casita, so it was a bit pricey, but quiet and comfy, with lots of room and a small "kiva" fireplace. The bulidings are adobe, so they keep in the warmth and cool air based on your needs. Diana greeted us when we arrived, and she was very helpful, as was Justin, who offered to help us with our luggage. The breakfast was tasty with many options. My main suggestion would be for them to offer their complimentary wine & cheese for longer than 4 to 5 p.m., when most of us are sight seeing...thus we never were able to take advantage of this. Parking was included in the price, and it was convenient to our casita. There was plenty of firewood and starter packets, so we enjoyed a cozy fire each evening. It was a great location to get a taste of Santa Fe.