If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Santa Fe, look no further than The Santa Fe Suites.
Nearby landmarks such as Liquid Light Glass (2.0 mi) and Prairie Dog Glass (2.1 mi) make The Santa Fe Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Santa Fe.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a kitchenette, and The Santa Fe Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and 24 hour check-in. In addition, guests can enjoy breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you’re looking for a wine bar, consider a visit to Herve, 315 Restaurant & Wine Bar, or The Detour Kitchen, which are all conveniently located a short distance from The Santa Fe Hotel.
If you’re looking for something to do, Juan Siddi Flamenco (0.9 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of The Santa Fe Hotel.
The staff at The Santa Fe Suites looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We checked in at 3:30 and dropped off our things and left to go sight seeing at the Santa Fe Plaza. We came back at 8pm and noticed that the apartment smelled bad. We kind of noticed it when we first came in but just thought it was musty and opened the windows before we left. then asked him if he was calling me a liar. I then asked him, "so your not going to make our bad room experience right?" This is crazy, not only did we have a really bad experience but we were accused of the reason for our bad experience. The toaster in the room doesn't work. The reason we went with this Place was because it supposedly had a kitchenette. I told him that the toaster doesn't work. His answer was, "the rooms not supposed to have a toaster." He then told me to throw it away. I told him that I was not going to throw it away. It's not my property. Not only did he refuse to make this right but he said, "I'm going to report you to booking.com" really? The only thing we did wrong was to pay any money to stay at this place. We've never seen anything like this. Not sure about the other experiences of people who stayed here but this is ours. Can't even make up stuff like this.…
Yikes! This place is filthy. Dirty rugs. Dirty furniture. And the staff are kinda surly. We talked with one of the other guests there and he said he was checking out and heading elsewhere. The manager, in particular, is an insufferable jerk.
Lovely home away from home like hotel with fridge dinette microwave fining table, and nice continental brkfst. Quiet and clean and homey. Cable, comfy bed, couch , very nice size room, great location. Thank you for a beautiful stay, i hope to stay again!!!!
They were very nice to let me check-in early since I had just had day surgery at Christus St. Vincent Hospital. I come down from Taos for medical procedures and early check-in is a necessity. This time my nurse called from the recovery room and arranged it. The non-smoking room I got last time was a little nicer, but I was ok with the smoking room that was the only thing available at the time on this visit. Great pastries in the morning! I was very happy with the accommodations.
Incompetent. Supremely unprofessional, almost like they have been practicing. Hospitality? No. Try out right hostility when we were audacious enough to still be loading out at 11:30am. A greasy looking male who never introduced himself stood in the open doorway as my son was running back and forth taking our luggage to the car and yelled at us to get out...which we were obviously actively doing. Who wants to stay somewhere they get yelled at by a stranger? No provocation. He didn't even have to knock because the door was open when he walked up. He asked if we were leaving, (clearly we were) and my son confirmed, even mildly apologetic since check-out is 11am. I am a seasoned lifelong traveler for work - 9 months out of the year, for 15 years and this is the worst experience I have ever had and the only one I felt compelled to take the time to write a review. I am considering it a public service. This place is to be avoided. Not worth the savings and not even significantly less than other excellent options. My recommendations: Doubletree, Courtyard, Sage Inn, or if you really want the kitchenette - the Homewood Suites often offers a similar rate. If you find yourself staying here anyway, I recommend doing all of the following to limit your regret: Check-in and checkout early. Bring your own hotspot. Bring your own towels and bedding and cookware. (The kitchenette was not stocked. Not even paper towels.) Do not need or ask for anything and definitely do not lock yourself out of your room. Avoid the staff entirely - except housekeeping. Tip and be kind to housekeeping...they have to deal with the fallout from all the furious guests and put up with these ignorant and dismissive employers every single day. We can just never go back. In addition to all that, I originally tried to write this review on my phone on the Santa Fe Suites website, but the app was dysfunctional too and i could not see what i was typing because the field would not scroll and was under my keyboard. I wrote it in an email and cut and pasted it in, then pasted it here for good measure, then sent it as an email to the address on the site. This is my second time submitting this review. The word trip advisor made me edit out, without specifying, so i had to read the whole thing through and guess at the problem, isn't even a profane word (it is, in fact, the legitimate name of an animal - just ask David Attenborough) and can be said on primetime television and in church (and for that matter, you can post any profanity you want on TWITTER which can be accessed by any child without even so much as a disclaimer), so i recommend erring on the side of caution so you don't have to do it twice, adding insult to injury. Thanks for making it extra difficult. This is why the majority of us do not bother to write reviews. Arbitrary censorship is not very American of you.…