My best friend and I met in Santa Fe, where we enjoyed our six-night stay at the Old Santa Fe Inn, split into two parts by a one night visit to Taos. Nomar at reception took wonderful care of us, putting us into a wheelchair accessible room in case we needed it. We were, after all, there to celebrate 45 years of friendship, which could have made us very old indeed! We were very happy with the beautiful, clean room, which looked 'normal' to us, despite the handrails in the bathroom area and the walk-in shower, and we were unaware of his consideration for our needs until he upgraded us upon our return from Taos with an equally charming room! He provided us with local information, maps, drives to Taos, and restaurant recommendations. We looked forward to breakfast each day - plates of fresh fruit, yoghurt, cereals, hot food at the burrito bar, tamales on Sunday morning. The lovely, comfortable public rooms, although not attached to the guest rooms (which are for the most part motel style) give a sense of 'hotel' to this establishment. There is a computer room as well, although the rooms have free wifi. I hope to return to Santa Fe one day with my husband and would definitely return to this hotel. It's an easy walk to Canyon Road, and to the Railway district, and we enjoyed the walk from town each evening after dinner. For an excellent local restaurant, try Del Charro Saloon for the creamiest green chile chicken chowder, great hamburgers and super margaritas.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Locally-owned and managed, and selected as one of the ten classic and reinvented motels in the United States, Old Santa Fe Inn is located only four blocks from the historic Santa Fe Plaza in downtown Santa Fe. Our Inn also has free parking and free 100MBps Internet access. Imagine a slower pace…..a more peaceful tempo..…a time when artists and writers were just discovering the charm of Santa Fe, the oldest Capitol city in the United States....Old Santa Fe Inn captures that feeling of warmth and hospitality from a simpler time.We're located only four blocks from the Santa Fe Plaza on Historic Route 66 and three blocks from the Railrunner train station, you will easily walk to the best of what Santa Fe has to offer. The colorful history of Santa Fe is reflected in our guest room furnishings, which are patterned from historic collections of New Mexican antique furniture and textiles, and the famous woodcuts of beloved local artist Willard Clark that decorate the walls are reminiscent of his heyday…a time when noteworthy artists and writers were attracted to and lived in Santa Fe. Parking right outside your door, 16 Mbps high speed internet access, our expanded business and fitness centers, and morning breakfast burritos are all complimentary. Many rooms feature a kiva-style fireplace and a private balcony or patio area, and our suites offer separate living areas, jetted tubs, microwaves and refrigerators. All rooms and suites feature flat screen televisions (with HBO) and wireless and wired Internet access.As you can tell by our high TripAdvisor ranking, we value your patronage and will offer you the best guest service in Santa Fe. Please stay with us at Old Santa Fe Inn. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Old Santa Fe Hotel Santa Fe
- Old Hotel Santa Fe