After reading all the various reviews on the top hotels in the area we decided to take a chance at the Hacienda@ Hotel Santa Fe.Our check in went smoothly and we were greeted by our "Butler" at the front desk-he escorted us to to a separate annex in the back of the hotel which is opened with a gate key for additional security. Our room was on the 4th floor which is really street level- I expressed my disappointment because our view was of the parking lot-our butler called the front desk and asked for other available rooms to show us. We took a short tour and aside from "upgrading" at an additional charge we decided to stay in the original room offered us. It was in fact lovely with a gas fireplace and a comfortable sitting area(not bright and sunny)The bathroom was small but quality-my guess is the rooms were recently refurbished. The bed was very comfortable with great sheets and comfortable pillows. There was a bowl of fresh fruit and two bottles of water set on the table with a nice note from the hotel. Our butler showed us the consierge lounge and bought us our first round of drinks . The lounge was cozy and well appointed. There was a very friendly women acting as bartender and hostess. Other guests were friendly as if we were in a friends home. The hotel offers free shuttle service into town and to local restaurants- many times it was our butler who drove us in and he always reconfirmed our dinner reservations and offered his opinions which were very helpful. We did a lot of tipping which might have been why his service was so attentive but we were happy to do it because this young man was so charming and helpful.(Even bringing extra chocolates to our room) Our deal was wonderful and although the hotel is outside of town(people do walk in) I would stay there again. I even had an 80 min massage for a very reasonable price- the room was not special but I was told they are building a complete spa in the near future. We spent no time in the main hotel and did not eat there(even though breakfast was included) it was a great homebase to come back and relax in after exploring the area!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Offering spacious accommodations along with cultural activities, this Native American-owned hotel is situated in Santa Fe's Railyard District and features exceptional on-site spa services and gourmet dining options. Hotel Santa Fe offers a unique cultural experience with on-site ceremonial dance performances, historical storytelling and an on-site gift shop featuring hand-made crafts. Guests can also enjoy relaxing around the outdoor fireplace and listening to live Native American music. Guests at the Hotel Santa Fe can also enjoy Native American-inspired cuisine at the on-site Amaya Restaurant or unique cocktails at Amaya Bar. The hotel also features an outdoor swimming pool and lush outdoor gardens. In the area surrounding the Hotel Santa Fe, guests can easily discover a number of art galleries, museums and restaurants. Historic downtown Santa Fe is also located only a short distance away. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Santa Fe & Hacienda Santa Fe
- Hotel Santa Fe And Hacienda And Spa