Conveniently located within a 10 minute walk of the Plaza, and 5 minute walk from the Capitol Building, Pueblo Bonito B&B became our home-away-from-home for our 5 night stay in Santa Fe. The parking, on the property, is free, and we parked directly in front of our tastefully decorated and comfortable suite (#17). We loved the kiva fireplace, the breakfast buffet and the afternoon tea. We also loved meeting the other guests, all of whom were very interesting. Conversation at breakfast is one of the bonuses of a B&B and we met some great folks. We also enjoyed the free wireless internet.
A few things to remember:
1. Pueblo Bonito is comfy, unique and each room is different. This is not a fancy place - there is no AC, room service, etc. The rooms are made up each day, towels are changed, and the fireplace cleaned and relaid.
2. Handicapped access - I suggest you contact the manager when making a reservation if you have handicapped needs. The bathtub/shower in our unit was fine for us but would be inaccessible for someone who is unable to step over the side of a tub.
3. Suites - Our suite was a one bedroom suite - the second "bed" was a futon in the living room. This worked fine for us - two girls on a girls' getaway, because my friend did not mind sleeping on a futon. The bathroom had to be accessed through the bedroom - again not a problem for us - just know that anyone sleeping in the living room with have to cross the bedroom to get to the toilet.
4. Hours - the staff and owners are extremely helpful and customer service oriented. They do not live on the premises, so any requests for additional equipment or information needs to be communicated earlier in the day.
5. Fireplace - one fire per day is included in the price of the room. That means 3-4 logs and a firestarter. Additional fires cost additional $ - $15 per fire as of our stay in Jan. 2013. We wanted to buy extra wood at Whole Foods, but we were told the management frowned on guests buying their own wood.
I love places like Pueblo Bonito because it felt homey, unlike a hotel room which is OK for sleeping but not for hanging out. This would be a great place for a family reunion!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Secluded historic adobe pueblo downtown Santa Fe Bed and breakfast. Walk to plaza, shops, galleries, museums, restaurants and all historic sites! 1860 built original adobe pueblo-style compound. Three buildings on one acre housing 19 individually decorated and charming, historic adobe guest rooms. Kiva fireplace, private bath and private entrance in 18 private rooms. New Mexico breakfast buffet features handmade "Pueblo Tamales" and secret family recipe "Green Chile Stew" complimented by a wide array of other traditional American offerings. Afternoon cookies and welcome drinks all day are complimentary for guests. Affordable. Don't just stay in Santa Fe- Experience real history at Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pueblo Bonito Hotel Santa Fe