Fort Marcy Hotel Suites

321 Kearney Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on 321 Kearney Road, Santa Fe, is near Cross of the Martyrs, Santa Fe Public Library, Sweeney Convention Center, and Charlotte Jackson Fine Art.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Fort Marcy Hotel Suites Santa Fe

    Be Warned!


    I have stayed here many times and am always terrified of what I am going to get - you get a great condo, or you get a dump that has not been refurbished in 20 years (or more!).

    When we were last there last fall, we go this horrid room, dank, dark, old, musty with a lumpy bed that sloped off to one side. No way, we went and demanded (kindly) a new room and got a FANTASTIC condo. I could have lived in it.

    Thats the issue - you dont know what you are going get. But we must all take charge in these situations and complain. The management should NOT rent out these rooms that get complaints and should force the owners to update their properties. They should inspect rooms that get complaints and see for themselves if they pass a certain inspection or not.

    In 2005, my family spent Christmas in one that was terrible, outdated and the oven did not even work. It really dampened our holiday and there were no other rooms to move to, we were stuck.

    So, just be careful and if you get a bad one, complain, if you get a good one, send praise!

    Me encantó el sitio- justo como esperaba


    Después de leer otras reseñas, estaba muy preocupado al alojarme en el Fort Marcy. Me alegró ver que nuestro condominio era exactamente como anunciaban- limpio, espacioso, las camas eran cómodas, un sitio estupendo donde alojarse en conjunto. Lo único de lo que os avisaría es si tenéis algún problema de movilidad- tengo artritis y para entrar en nuestro condominio había que bajar bastantes escaleras. Me las arreglé, pero fue un verdadero problema. Si volviese, me aseguraré de conseguir un condominio que no requiera subir y bajar escaleras. Además, no puedo entender por qué no hacen nada con la piscina. Había leído muchas críticas sobre las condiciones de la piscina, y tenían razón- mi hija no llevó a mi nieto a nadar porque dijo que la piscina parecía sucia. Aunque sólo utilizamos el servicio de transporte a la Plaza, fue genial. Aparte de la piscina, ¡sólo tengo cosas buenas que decir sobre el Fort Marcy!

    Loved the place - just what I expected


    After reading other reviews, I was very concerned about staying at Ft. Marcy. I was pleased to find that our condo was exactly as advertised - clean, plenty of room, comfortable beds, altogether a great place to stay.

    The only thing I would caution about is if you have a problem with mobility - I have arthritis and our condo was down several flights of stairs. I managed, but it was a real problem. If I go back, I will make sure that I get a condo that does not require going up and down stairs.

    Also, I cannot figure out why they don't do something with the pool. I had read many reviews about the poor condition of the pool, and they were right - my daughter wouldn't take my grandson swimming because she said it looked too dirty.

    Although we only used it once, the shuttle to the Plaza was great.

    Other than the pool, I have nothing but good things to say about Ft. Marcy!

    Worst experience I've ever had


    Our room was dirty, stains all over the carpet, walls, bed, bathroom dirty, staff was rude, Booked through expedia and they wouldn't allow us to cancel after we arrived, so we did not stay at Fort Marcy after stepping into the room, we checked out and had to find another place. I disputed the charge on my credit card and the establishment still ended up with half of the money because they continued to lie and say that we stayed there, even though we checked out 5 minutes after arriving. We stayed at Bishops Lodge during the entire trip.

    Die schlechteste Erfahrung, die ich je hatte


    Unser Zimmer war dreckig, der Teppich war voller Flecken, gleiches galt für die Wände, das Bett, das Bad war dreckig, die Angestellten waren unfreundlich. Wir hatten über Expedia gebucht und die wollten uns nicht erlauben, nach der Ankunft die Buchung zu stornieren. Nachdem wir das Zimmer gesehen hatten, reisten wir ab und checkten aus und mussten uns ein anderes Hotel suchen. Ich legte gegen die Abbuchung auf der Kreditkarte Widerspruch ein und das Hotel bekam dann doch die Hälfte meines Geldes weil man nach Strich und Faden log und behauptete, dass wir hier übernachtet hätten - und das, obwohl wir nach 5 Minuten wieder auscheckten. Wir verbrachten den Rest unseres Aufenthalts im Bishops Lodge.

    Einfach, aber okay für uns


    Wir haben in einem der Häuschen mit 3 Schlafzimmern übernachtet, da wir 10 Leute waren. Es war schön, sich sein eigenes Frühstück zu machen und zwischendurch mal was zu essen oder Kaffee zu trinken usw. Was wir nicht wussten war, dass jedes Häuschen einen Privatbesitzer hat. Unser Häuschen - Nr.46 - war ein bisschen veraltet. Ein paar Kleinigkeiten waren renoviert und es war recht sauber, aber die Betten waren sehr alt - die Sorte, wo man sich auf den Rand setzt und fast bis zu den Federn durch sinkt! Nicht so toll. Das Gelände rund um die Häuschen sieht auch nicht sehr gepflegt aus. Aber die Lage ist super und unser Häuschen war oben auf dem Hügel und nebenan war ein Park, das war also ganz nett. Das Frühstück ist wirklich sehr einfach, man sollte sich darauf einrichten, das Frühstück im Häuschen selber zu machen. Außerdem hat mein Mann den Pool benutzt und er fand ihn ein bisschen dreckig. Das Personal ist jedoch freundlich und sehr hilfsbereit. Im Hauptgebäude gibt es WLAN, in den einzelnen Häusern jedoch nicht. Ich denke wir würden wieder hier übernachten, uns aber diesmal Bilder von den anderen verfügbaren Häusern zeigen lassen. Vielleicht gibt es ja noch nettere Gebäude, das würden wir noch besser finden.

    Basic but worked for us


    We stayed in one of their three bedroom condos since there were 10 of us. It was great to make our own breakfasts and be able to snack and have coffee, etc. What we didn't know before we arrived is that each condo is privately owned. The one we had, #46, was somewhat dated. It had some cosmetic updates and was fairly clean, but the beds were very old - the kind where you sit on the edge and the mattress sinks almost to the box spring! Not too great. The landscaping around the units is pretty dismal as well. But, it is in a good location and our unit was on top of the hill near a park so that was nice. The breakfast is pretty bare bones so plan on making your meals in your condo. Also, my husband used the lap pool but found it to be a bit dirty. The staff are great though and very helpful. There is wireless internet in the main building but none in the units. I think we would stay there again but would ask to see pictures of different units that were available. Maybe there is a nicer one that we would have liked better.

    Great View, Wonderful Accomodations!


    We have been delighted with the Fort Marcy Compound. When our first accomadation did not work out, wrong neighborhood, Richard was very friendly and accomodating to place us in one-bedroom unit, which was then upgraded upon checkin. The two bedroom, two bath unit may have recently been remodeled and was perfect for our needs. The unit was entirely decorated in a Southwestern style. The location is about a five block walk down to the plaza. As others have noted there are stairs to get to the most direct and safe path to walk downtown. This was not problem at all for us. It is very quiet and because it sits on a hill has a great view. If you stay in one of the two story units, you will have the view from your condo. The office is a little tired and the "breakfast" is lackluster (coffee, juice, tea, muffins and pastry), however, when you have a place like Pasqual's down the street why eat breakfast any where else? If you don't mind walking, a little, and want a great place to spread out (as if it were home), the Fort Marcy is a great value. I would definitely stay here again!

    Nichts Besonderes aber angenehm


    Wir waren ziemlich begeistert von unserem kürzlichen Aufenthalt im Fort Marcy Hotel Suites. 3 Monate vor unserem Aufenthalt hatten wir über Orbitz gebucht und wir bekamen ein gutes Angebot. Ein Suite mit Schlafsofa im Wohnzimmer und wir haben fast nur die Hälfte bezahlt. Wir haben dann noch mal $10 extra bezahlt, um in einem Deluxe-Zimmer zu wohnen, weil wir dachten es sei ein modernisiertes Zimmer. Ich bin mir aber nicht so sicher, dass dem so war. Das Zimmer hätte dringend neue Farbe und einen neuen Teppich gebrauchen können. Auf der anderen Seite haben wir wirklich zwei separate Schlafzimmer gebraucht (unsere Söhne sind lange munter und sehen fern). Und für den Preis hätten wir sicher nichts Anderes gefunden. An einem Abend waren wir zu müde, um Essen zu gehen, also haben wir uns etwas gekocht. Die Küche war sehr gut ausgestattet, obwohl das Geschirr abgenutzt war, was uns aber nicht weiter gestört hat. Den Pool oder den Whirlpool haben wir nicht benutzt. Draußen war es kalt und der Pool war bei der Rezeption im Hauptgebäude, also nicht wirklich praktisch für uns. Unser Auto konnten wir direkt vor unserem Fenster auf dem Parkplatz abstellen. Ich dachte man kann einfach in die Stadt zum Plaza laufen, aber es war recht schwer, den Hügel zu erklimmen, da wir uns noch nicht an die Höhe gewöhnt hatten. Da es gerade Nebensaison war, gab es genügend Parkplätze in der Stadt. Also sind wir immer mit dem Auto gefahren, wenn wir uns etwas ansehen oder Essen gehen wollten. Das Frühstück ging so, aber war nicht schlechter als in vielen anderen Hotels.

    Not fancy but convenient


    We were mostly pleased with our recent stay at the Fort Marcy Hotel Suites. We booked through Orbitz 3 months before our stay and the deal we got for a 1 bedroom with a sofabed in the living room was almost half price. We paid $10 extra for a deluxe one bedroom, thinking it was one of the updated rooms, but I'm not so sure it was. It was badly in need of paint and new carpeting. On the other hand, we really needed two separate sleeping areas (our teenage son stays up late watching TV), and we couldn't have found anything else for near that price. We also were too tired to go out for dinner one evening so we cooked instead. The kitchen was very well stocked, though the dishes were worn, which we didn't mind. We didn't use the pool or hot tub. It was cold outside and the pool is in the building with the main office so it wasn't very convenient for us. We were able to park in the parking lot in a space right in front of our room. I had thought that we would just walk down to the plaza area, but it was difficult walking up the hill when we hadn't yet adjusted to the altitude. As it was off season, there were plenty of places to park in town, so we just drove when we went siteseeing and out to dinner. Breakfast is only so-so, but not worse than many other hotels.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Fort Marcy Hotel Suites Santa Fe

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