This hotel was very old and dingy. Had a strong smell of cleaner and old furnishings. Didn’t look like anything had been updated in years. The sheets seemed to be clean, and they provided a couple bottles of water.
The breakfast is AMAZING (breakfast burrito bar PLUS fruit yogurt etc - lots of options for every dietary need) and the rooms are nice. The cleaning staff is super friendly and helpful. It is a prime location and walking distance to the plaza, the roundhouse, great coffee and Tomasitas! (You must eat there!) It is really dog friendly with individual patios and reasonable fees. We liked it so much that we booked it two years in a row and have had a nice stay both times.
This hotel is a good option located a few blocks from the plaza. It is a more of a motor inn than a hotel; the layout is a square with parking in the middle. Most, but not all, rooms are protected from the adjacent busy street. A basic room with a double bed is small-ish. Also an outdoor patio area and lobby for lounging outside the rooms, but minimal additional ambience on the grounds. Pretty well-tended flowers throughout. The breakfast was good, and I appreciated the availability of coffee and tea in the lobby all day. Also appreciated, the hotel's minimal use of plastic and disposable items.
We had a wonderful experience staying here - the room was very clean, friendly staff, amazing breakfasts and even had our own little courtyard where we could hang out with our pet. A quick walk to the Plaza but was still quiet and couldn’t hear any traffic noise. Highly recommend this and hopr to go back soon!
Spent 6 nights at Old Santa Fe Inn. Loved it! Booked a double-bed room with a patio. Room was spacious, clean, and comfortable. Each building had a specific number of rooms so you can only access your particular building. Very secure. Refrigerator was necessary as we kept food and water cold, even freezing a few bottles for roadtrips. The Inn provides a few bottles of water but we also picked up extra water which was needed. The bathroom had a large, walk in shower with a rain shower head and a handheld shower. Bathrobes were provided as well as hair dryer, and basic toiletries - and the heated space on the floor was a nice surprise. The patio area has two chairs and a small table for relaxing and eating. Parking is readily available. Breakfast was terrific, plenty of delicious food, both hot and cold. You definitely will not go hungry and the food quality was top-notch. Offered from 7am-9:30am with the option to eat indoors or outdoors. Front desk was very helpful, friendly and accommodating. In fact, all the staff I encountered were so friendly. (Note: this front desk doesn't have 24hr concierge service. Hours are 7am-6pm, roughly) The Inn is the perfect walking distance to the Santa Fe Plaza but away enough that it's very quiet and restful in the evening. Also, perfectly situated for driving in and out of Santa Fe. Can't wait to come back!…
I arrived with my cousin on July 18. We toured the city, the Railyard and Bandelier. Then I got sick and depleted my electrolytes and sodium level. I had a seizure in the ER and spent 5 days in the hospital. On Sunday, 7/24, I was discharged and my husband came out to spend time with me. It was a second chance for me. Amy, the manager was compassionate, concerned,friendly, and personable. We came down to breakfast a little late and they found food for us. She hugged me and welcomed me back. She asked about my cousin, who had gone home and was endearing and so hospitable. She actually offered my cousin car rides to visit me at the hospital. The room my hubby and I are in is an upgraded king with a beautiful fireplace. Last night when it rained, Kristen provided us with plates, napkins, and silverware for our grubhub delivery order. The front desk has provided us with lots of suggestions for activities to do. They have been nothing but helpful and as far as the location, OSFI is centrally located, so close to downtown stores,restaurants,and museums, a short walk to beautiful artwork and sculptures on Canyon Road, a short walk to the Georgia O'Keeffe museum and so many fabulous restaurants. You won't regret staying at this cozy inn!!…
I was very disappointed in this "inn". It's really a motel. My room faced the parking lot and was on the ground floor. The plug in the tub didn't work so I couldn't take a bath. The internet dropped out every 5-10 minutes. When I called the front desk about it (they don't answer but call you back on your cell phone some time later) they said that no one was available on the weekend to tend to it. Despite that, I was charged an additional $10/day for internet. The breakfast left quite a bit to be desired. There were signs and envelopes everywhere asking for additional tips, which I found unseemly. Can't recommend this place. So many preferable options in Santa Fe.
A location close to Santa Fe’s plaza with protected parking is worth much. The spacious, well-appointed room at Old Santa Fe Inn hikes the value even further. The gracious staff welcomed us into our room several hours before check-in time, when we had only intended to store baggage while we roamed Santa Fe. At the opposite end of our stay, when we wanted to take in the Railyard Artisan Market, we were assured it was no problem for our car to remain in their lot. Parking is A DEAL in Santa Fe. The bottom line is that I intend to make reservations here any time I stay in Santa Fe in the future.
The Inn is lovely. The room was inviting and the bed was comfortable. The location within walking distance of the old downtown is great. Breakfast is good and there is outdoor seating available. Staff was friendly. Cookies and coffee were available in the reception area in the afternoon.
This historic inn is within 6 minutes walk of many sites, including the plaza and museums. It was quiet. The air conditioning was easy to church nitrile. Comfortable bed with plenty of pillows. Large closet. Parking in a courtyard. Breakfast included eggs, bacon, potatoes, waffles, wet and dry cereal, fruit.