We had a room with two queen beds. The beds were very comfortable, and the linens quite nice. The ceiling in our room had pine boards which made the ceiling seem closer than would otherwise be the case. The bathroom was small with a pedestal sink and narrow board shelf above it. Still, the various towels and cloths were of a good quality, as were the soap and shampoo products. A hair dryer was in the bathroom.
We slept well with no noticeable noise or intrusions.
The Inn is near the Sante Fe Plaza, and with a shortcut through the Cathedral parking lot off Paseo de Peralta we were in the Plaza in under 10 minutes by foot.
The HD TV is quite small (19"? 21?) but we didn't watch any TV anyway.
The evening cheese and crackers with grapes are nothing special (but included gratis). The included sangria was good and quite refreshing.
The woman attending the breakfast buffet was brusque and abrupt, but the food was plentiful and good as others have described. We especially liked the cut fresh fruit.
My impression of Jose at the front desk was that he was a bit aloof and removed, but check in went well with no issues.
The layout is a bit of a maze with separate sections and buildings and parking lots here and there. Our room was off a hall that needed a key card to enter; a nice security touch.