Inn on the Alameda
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... riding somewhere south of heaven,
Heading to Santa Fé, where life is completer,
Having the time of my life, knowing that we may never pass this way again.
In the end, it's home sweet home, my hometown.
That's the town that knows me,
And, I won't live it down forever.
Then, without any plan, we wandered around buying stuff in a frenzy - can't figure why. Maybe the "Buy one, Get Two Free" sale had something to do with it.
Exhausted, we came home around midday for rest and oxygen.
Went back to town for an ...
... Old Santa Fe without any problem. We toured the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum and got an up close look at her paintings which perfectly capture the beauty of the landscape here. Speaking of landscape, this area is by far the most scenic we have seen. In addition the architecture of the buildings is so uniform in adobe and Spanish influence that it is just beautiful. The downtown has more upscale shops and galleries ...
... had to go in.. Chatted with owner about the movie. Then slow walk back in rain to Gallisteo st and indoors just before hailstones, thunder n lightning to make some dinner . Met the other visitor there - Artist from DC -Maryanne and had a long talk about US art scene etc ..watched ****** tv programmes late into night ...
... is located within piñon, juniper, and ponderosa pine woodlands in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The odor was wonderful. There are remains of Pecos peoples' pueblos. And of course, there are remains of a Spanish, 17th century church.
And the last stop of the day was Santa Fe, capitol of New Mexico. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Historical Traveler Reviews Inn on the Alameda Santa Fe
We just returned from a very restful stay at the Inn on the Alameda. The beds were comfortable, and the robes were a nice touch, and except for a few scuff marks on one wall, the room was in excellent condition. I liked the Lane furniture, and the Natural toiletries. However, the patio was very small, I'm surprised they actually could fit the tiny table and chairs on it. The chairs were not comfortable to sit on for any length of time, so the patio was pretty much of a waste. I would request a balcony next time? I liked the Inn's location between the Plaza and Canyon Road. I thought the front desk personnel were very pleasant and accommodating. We requested extra toiletries, and they were brought to our room post haste, and the restaurant that was suggested for dinner turned out to be excellent. I would definitely recommend the Inn to my friends.
The Inn is w/in walking distance of Canyon Road and the plaza but without the noise of the busy plaza hotels. I rated this above average ONLY because of our beautiful room (which was on the end and wasn't laid out like most of the others). We had a completely private patio with a stucco wall. But beware because most of the balconies/patios look out over a parking lot.
What a disappointment. I'd read so many great things about this place.
Terrible place! Stay away!
You don't want to stay in a charmng, cozy little southwestern casita, do you? Especially if it is conveniently located near the square and shops, yet still provides a private haven, right? Of course you don't.
Go stay at one of the big hotels so I'll have no problem getting a reservation next time I want to go there!
Inn on the Alameda
The Inn is located very close to the Plaza and to Canyon Rd, another art gallery and shopping area. The staff are friendly and helpful. The ammenities are nice: wine and cheese in the afternoons, great breakfasts (quiches, fresh fruit, sweet rolls, etc) Wall Street journal, plush bathrobes, nice bathroom cosmetics and even a toothbrush if you forget yours! The decor is Southwest and attractive.
stayed here for two days the first week of july & cant wait to come back. the location was perfect, room was great (upgraded to a small suite with a fireplace, used it even tho it was july) & the staff were so nice & knowledgeable. great (free) breakfast each day, ice water set up for the guests at all times. a small gym & laundry available. many little courtyards & lovely lobby for hanging out in between journeys to galleries, shopping & sightseeing. took more pictures of hotel than town!! thanks everyone
NOT a great value
The Inn on Alameda has a great staff that tries hard to please, but the rooms are way overpriced for what you get. We spent a ton of money for a "Casita" that was oversold to us when we made the phone reservation, we wound up with a cramped, oddly laid out handicapped fixture room just a few steps away from one of the busiest intersections in the city. The outdoor common areas were dirty as well. On the plus side, you're only a short walk away from Canyon Road, and can walk to the Plaza in 10 minutes. They try hard here, but there are much better rooms in town for much less.
Recently stayed here with kids during Spring Break. Big, comfortable queen size beds. Nicely decorated rooms and lobby. The people at the front desk were very helpful. GREAT breakfast! About a ten minute walk from plaza. Highly recommend.
Cozy Charming Geteway
This inn is such a gem nestled in the gallery district of Old Sante Fe. Warm reception to a complimentary wine service and AMAZING breakfast daily would be worth twice the price! The beds were huge and cozy with all the ammenities of a 4 star hotel. Only glitch all weekend was the shuttle to the airport. The front desk person gave us misinformation and we almost ended up paying $150 for a cab to the airport. In the end, if you can be your own concierge, there isn't a better place in Santa Fe! Also, don't miss dinner at Geronimo! Call ahead when you make your hotel reservations for dinner also. It was really a perfect elegant compliment to our stay!