This time we stayed in the Pino suite, which is not in the main building. It and the Ortiz suite are in a little building 2 lots away. Each has a living room with a wood-burning fireplace and queen sleep sofa, a bedroom w/a queen bed, a pocket kitchen (2 burners, sink, fridge, microwave, dishware) and bathroom. Pino faces a small street. Ortiz is nicer because it faces into a little porch and yard with outdoor table/chairs. The suite was well-heated, and the inn provided a space heater as well, which we didn't need. The bathroom had a good supply of hot water. The pull-out sofa bed was comfortable for 1, but might not be for 2. There was a little street noise, and I could hear creaking floorboards and other muffled noises from the Ortiz suite living room. This time we got to partake of afternoon tea. Each day they provide 3 different homebaked pastries - very tasty!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Experience old Santa Fe charm in this historic adobe bed and breakfast inn located downtown just minutes walking from the Plaza, Canyon Road, restaurants, shops, and galleries. Travel Holiday magazine rates us an "A+" in value, and guests tell us that they love our hospitality, full breakfast, and great location. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- El Paradero b&b Inn
- El Paradero Hotel Santa Fe