I have nothing but good things to say about the Inn on the Alameda, and the friendly, helpful staff working there. Our cable channels on the TV didn't work, but they did try very hard to fix it. We only turned on the TV the night before we left, and checked out by the time the cable company could repair it. When I asked for recommendations for nearby restaurants or driving directions, I was always given good advice. The Inn is absolutely charming, with the typical look of Santa Fe. The price is quite high, but since it was a vacation, I splurged. The architecture and landscaping immerse you in the feeling of New Mexico; it has personality. The rooms are immaculate. If you want to walk, you're close to galleries and restaurants. They also provide a free shuttle. It is a relaxing place to be if you want to take a break from playing tourist.