The Madeline and Hacienda Nicholas Inns are our favorite places to stay when visiting Santa Fe. We love everything about these sister inns. They are situated on quiet streets away from the hustle and bustle, but within easy walking distance to the plaza and the Canyon Road galleries. The breakfasts are terrific and the snacks left out during the day, as well as the evening wine and cheese hour are a very nice touch. What really keeps us coming back again and again is the friendliness and hospitality of the owner, Carolyn Lee and her staff. Wow, they make you feel very special and go out of their way to help with recommendations on everything from dining, to shopping to art and culture activities. We recommend staying in one of the casitas – Forsythia or Violet, although all of the rooms at The Madeline are wonderful. Also, make sure to treat yourself to a massage at their spa, Absolute Nirvana. Well, the name says it all – what a great way to unwind and relax (and it is all onsite – how convenient is that!).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This elegant 1886 Queen Anne Victorian, in a secluded garden setting near the Plaza, offers full breakfasts, delicious homemade baked goods all afternoon, and nightly wine & appetizers. Our Balinese-inspired spa, staffed with Master-level therapists, offers the ultimate in spa treatments. Spa packages are available. As members of the Green Hotel Network, we are committed to incorporating sustainable earth policies and practices in the running of our inn. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Madeleine Hotel Santa Fe