Located only a few blocks from the historic Santa Fe plaza (a great area for shops and eating, if you don't mind hippie drum circles), the hotel has some great southwestern style. Our room was had "antique" furniture and the comfy beds and were loaded up with more pillows than any other hotel I've ever visited. The hallways were lined with old photos of Santa Fe and store ledgers - very cool. My only complaint was that the front street was a bit noisy early in the morning, but it was a weekday and we left our windows cracked overnight. There is a bar on-premise, which looked cool, but it seemed to cater to an quieter crowd than what we were looking for.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Named for the patron saint of Santa Fe, New Mexico, the newly remodeled Hotel St. Francis pays respect to the origins of the city with its unique interior. With a palette of natural colors reflecting the days of Santa Fe and handcrafted wood furniture by local artisans, staying at the hotel is a cultural experience. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, its recent restoration and renovation expanded the amenities to entertain travelers from across the world. The hotel is located just steps away from the historic Santa Fe plaza. Whether you're planning a weekend escape, a business retreat, or a lavish wedding, the Hotel St. Francis is the ideal destination. "Hotels supporting cultural causes." ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel St Francis
- St Francis Hotel