We stayed here as part of a small reunion at the end of June. It was a wonderful, adobe, two-floor kind of construction. I agree that the location is perfect because it was a short walk to the town center and all of the wonderful restaurants. So many of the other places we would have wanted to stay at were much more expensive, so that made this coupled with the free breakfast and the afternoon wine a really good deal. We really liked how charming it was even though it actually had quite a few rooms! We had a king room with a patio surrounded by adobe walls. Our first night, we came back to the room after wallking everywhere and discovered that the air conditioning in the room really didn't work and it was really warm and stuffy. However, we didn't feel like moving to another room, so I opened up the patio door and window. Being an Easterner, I was really confounded by the fact that there wasn't a screen on either the window or the door. But Santa Fe cools off really fast when the sun goes down. Within about an hour, the room was really cool and WOW - THERE WERE NO BUGS! We shut the window and the door and forgot to report the air conditioning. And even though we were next to the street, there really wasn't any street noise. Breakfast was a real treat the first day, but by the fourth -- we were really tired of it. It was the same every day. And we never really were able to make it back to the Inn for the wine at 4pm. But I was always grateful at the end of the day (10pm) to be able to get a cold ice tea at the bar. We tried out the hot tub (spa) one afternoon and it was really very relaxing -- especially since we were the only ones in the spa. It's in an enclosed area that is nice decorated, so seems secluded. We were able to park our car very easily in the Inn's lot right next to the room. For the price as compared to the other hotels close to town, it's a winner.
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