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Hotel Santa Fe

Pros

  • Professional, helpful staff
  • Lots of amenities
  • Easy access to Railyard District's trendy shopping and dining

Cons

  • Standard rooms are fairly small
  • Resort fee

Updated 12/04/2013

Fodor's Review

Picurís Pueblo has controlling interest in this handsome Pueblo-style three-story hotel on the Railyard District's edge and a 15-minute walk from the Plaza. The light, airy rooms and suites are traditional Southwestern, with locally handmade furniture, wooden blinds, and Pueblo paintings; many have balconies. The hotel gift shop, Santa Fe's only tribally owned store, has lower prices than many nearby retail stores. The 35 rooms and suites in the posh Hacienda wing have

corner fireplaces and the use of a well-trained butler. Amaya is one of the better hotel restaurants in town, and there's a full-service spa offering a nice range of treatments. Informal talks about Native American history and culture are held in the lobby, and Native American dances take place May through October.

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Hotel Information

Address:

1501 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, USA

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Phone:

505-982–1200; 800-825–9876

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 40 rooms, 91 suites
  • No meals

Updated 12/04/2013

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Sep 15, 2007

Try the Hacienda

Hotel Santa Fe has an upscale building on the premises which they call the Hacienda. Each room has butler service, beautifully appointed rooms with a fireplace and a private room for breakfast. Service was very down to earth and friendly. There is free parking if you have a car and complimentary shuttle service to the plaza. During Indian Market weekend it runs all day. There is a service to the airport and the opera which leaves from the hotel. We've

already made our reservations for next year's Indian Market weekend!

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Feb 22, 2007

a lot for the money!

i've been treated like a god before but this is the only place i know that will do it for 200 bucks.

By Deb

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Jun 17, 2006

Not a good trip

We were supposed to have the Santa Fe Deluxe King Suite, but the prior guests had decided to stay another night. We were shuffled to a handicapped accessible Jr Suite, which had a sleeper sofa that could not be used because there wasn't enough room. The Jr Suite was very small and they brought in a bed for our son since we couldn't use the sleeper sofa. With the bed in the only available space it was impossible to get to the door. We were very

disappointed. We had planned to stay two nights, but we left the next morning. The dining room had excellent service for dinner, somewhat strange food for me, but not too bad. The server was excellent. Breakfast the next morning was good - the waffles tasted like funnel cakes and were small and light. The sheets on the bed felt like canvas - either they had been improperly washed or maybe were starched. I had to sleep on top of the coverlet instead of between the sheets. The shower was very dark even with the light on. The floor in the bathroom was very slippery when you used the tub mat. I almost fell. We wouldn't stay here again.

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By Dennis

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May 10, 2003

The best of Santa Fe....for less..

Our stay at the Sante Fe Hotel was wonderful. The lobby area has a beautiful fireplace / Kiva area where you can relax and have a glass of wine. We were fortunate to catch one of the regular performances of a native american flutist. The same flutist performed for the 2002 Winter Olympics and had some great stories to share. The room was comfortable and tastefully decorated. The hotel provided complimentary coffee in the morning, just down the

hall, near the elevators. The pool is in located in a mystical garden area surrounded by sculptures. The hotel is not located in the middle of Santa Fe's shopping district, which explains the great price. The hotel provides a free shuttle to get you downtown (5 minute drive) or you can walk there in about 10 minutes.

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By David

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Jul 17, 2002

A great value

We stayed here on July 3 - 5 and loved it. 5 minutes from the Plaza, located on main thoroughfares, and yet felt quiet and relaxed. Fairly small property, but very nice. Our room was roomy and had a balcony (seems like most rooms there do). Restaurant was excellent. Excellent price. We would not hesitate to return or recommend it to others. Outstanding value.

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