We stayed at this hotel for 4 nights, as part of a longer road trip through New Mexico. Disclaimer: our stay was free, but the opinions stated here are my own.
The king bed room is a good size, my parents stayed in one of those (they paid for their room). We stayed in a room with 2 queen beds, which was a bit tight (rooms are the same size, which is good for 1 king bed but ends up being tight with 2 queen beds). I like how the decor has a bit more personality than the other hotel chains, incorporating some of the local flair. The rooms we stayed in were in the A building, and had new furniture. There were 2 beds, one nightstand, one dresser, a desk with chair, an armchair, a small open closet. Room was clean, beds were comfy, bathroom was decent and had some amenities (shampoo, lotion and soap, makeup remover towelettes). There was only space for 1 of our bags in the small closet next to the sink, so I had to get the kids' clothes out of their bag into the dresser, no room for it.
Location is pretty good, walking distance from the Plaza, but they offer a shuttle service every hour if you don't want to walk or drive there. We drove because we were there with the kids who are little and I wanted them in car seats, but parking is a pain and I recommend you walk or use the shuttle if you can. Whole Foods is next door, and there is a great little restaurant called Vinaigrette a block down (wonderful salads, we had lunch there twice).
Free wi-fi worked well, breakfast was pretty standard - bagels, muffins, make your own waffle, oatmeal, toast, some fruit, cereal, coffee, juice, yogurt. We also used the coin laundry as we were in the middle of the trip and had some of the kid's clothes to wash. We got some detergent and dryer sheets at Whole Foods next door that were better quality than what they had available. No safe in the rooms, so we had to use one at the front desk.
Staff was very friendly and provided maps and list of recommended restaurants in the area, gave good tips about places to visit and routes. I requested more towels (as we were 4 people and only had 3 towels) and the housekeeping promptly delivered them.
If you are looking for a hotel in this price range in Santa Fe, the Sage Inn is a good choice, even better if you can stay in the room with a King Bed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Santa Fe Sage Inn is an excellent choice for affordable lodging in downtown Santa Fe. The hotel offers 155 attractive, comfortable rooms with free amenities including a "Healthy Start" breakfast, exercise facility, guest laundry, wireless high-speed internet and downtown shuttle services. The Santa Fe Sage Inn is located only six blocks from the historic plaza and across the street from the Railyard Park dining and shopping district. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Santa Fe Sage Hotel Santa Fe
- Sage Inn