We were on a whirlwind road trip from Minnesota over Spring break and had spent a day and night in Taos. From Taos we drove the High Road to Chimayo, stopped at a museum in Los Alamos and hiked the Cliff Dwellings at Bandelier. Tired and headed to Santa Fe we booked the first hotel we saw on Hotel Tonight. It was the Lodge at Santa Fe and we paid under $79 for a King room. We were thrilled because it was right off the highway on the way in from the north. We were given a front room with a view toward Santa Fe and the mountains. It was large and nicely decorated with southwestern flare. We had a delicious Margarita with chips at the adjoining bar and sat outside enjoying the view. Later we used the spa as the pool was not open yet for the season. Our only complaint with the Lodge was that the WiFi never worked in our room. We called the desk and reported it in person. They said they rebooted the modem but the only connectivity we had was sitting in their pleasant lobby near the front desk. It was like that for two days. So we would sit in the lobby if we needed to be online. We were sightseeing in Santa Fe most of the time anyway.
They have a free shuttle to the Plaza, but someone at the desk told us we could park free in town at the Capitol lot and since we wanted to see it we took his good advice and drove the short distance into the old part of Santa Fe.
This hotel worked out fine for us at $79 a night, if we had paid more I would be less happy with the lack of WiFi. Go into Santa Fe to eat, the one dinner we had at the connecting restaurant was the blandest of our trip to New Mexico.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Lodge at Santa Fe is fully decorated to celebrate the wonder and awe of the Southwest’s most notable city. Located just five minutes to the Santa Fe plaza and historic attractions, the Lodge at Santa Fe is a unique hotel with cultural style. Gardunos restaurant onsite serves fresh 'New Mexican' cuisine, and our guests enjoy hand crafted furniture and breathtaking architecture. Beautiful stone flooring, Native American weavings patterns and weavings, and spacious suites with Kiva fireplaces are all part of the experience. The Lodge at Santa Fe has a complimentary shuttle to the historic Santa Fe plaza, plus free WiFi and parking. Experience the magic of Santa Fe when you book your visit at The Lodge at Santa Fe. "Hotels supporting cultural causes." ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Lodge At Santa Fe Hotel Santa Fe
- Hotel Santa Fe
- Lodge Santa Fe