Old Santa Fe Inn

Address: 320 Galisteo Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown Santa Fe area of Santa Fe, is near Keshi, Santa Fe River Park, Santa Fe Playhouse, and Aztec Street.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsOld Santa Fe Inn

      Reviewed by edellis903

      Romantic, convenient, VERY friendly.

      Reviewed Feb 9, 2014
      by (10 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      We booked this on-line before arrival. What we got was way better than I expected. Outstanding accommodations with personality, friendly welcome, obviously loved by its owners. We loved it. We upgraded to a Junior Suite, with a romantic fireplace, wonderful king bed, beautiful furniture, and a fridge. Had one of the best breakfasts ever in a hotel from the Burrito Bar. Location is wonderful - about four blocks to the Plaza. Only problem is Wi-Fi. Probably the worst I have ever had in a hotel. Will definitely return when in Santa Fe again

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by nikib

      Warm and inviting

      Reviewed Jan 29, 2013
      by (9 reviews) Brisbane , Australia Flag of Australia

      I stayed two nights at the Old Santa Fe Inn and really enjoyed my stay. My room was a little on the small side, but very comfortable. The bed was soft and enveloping - hard to get up in the morning. The staff at the Old Santa Fe Inn were all very helpful and friendly - again, nothing is too much trouble.
      Breakfast was something else. There was a very large selection of hot (scrambled eggs, sausages, potatoes, porridge), cereal, fruit juices, fruit, toast. Fantastic array. They also serve Starbucks coffee. The Library is set up so you can have hot chocolate or coffee any time, with cookies. There were fires in the Dining Room and the Reception Room which was a welcome sight after coming in from the snow. All in all, you won't be disappointed with a stay here.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Old Santa Fe Inn

      The Old Santa Fe Inn is a gem!!

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      This little hotel is a delight. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We were particularly pleased with the complimentary cookies that they put out upon our arrival and even more pleased with the extent and quality of the complimentary breakfast they offer. The location was terrific - just a short walk to the plaza with a gorgeous view of the mountains when you turn the corner. The rooms were clean and very comfortable. I would definitely book another stay at this hotel. It was a terrific value and the staff made it a terrific stay

      Perfect spot, perfect price

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      After planning a last-minute trip online, I was extremely surprised by the quaintness, cleanliness, pleasant staff and extreme attention to decorative details at this well-priced motel/hotel a quick walk to the plaza. Not to mention the shuttle service and wonderfully fresh fruit and hearty breads served for breakfast; not the usual continental breakfast fare. Although I had a rental car, one is not necessary from this inn if you're staying in town. I plan to return with my family!

      Loved our cozy room

      from

      We spent 4 nights at the Old Sante Fe Inn. Our room had a cozy fireplace and we were within walking distance of downtown as well as Canyon Road where there are a lot of art gallerys. There was a free breakfast every morning in their dining room which gave us a chance to meet other travelers. They were great at giving directions and very accomodating. Would recommend this hotel to my friends in a minute. We had a great time. Ralph Nyhus and Marti Lynn

      Good location

      from

      It's an easy stroll to the Plaza, good price, clean & comfy. Not fancy, but nice. We enjoyed the kiva in our suite greatly while watching snow fall gently. The staff was great! We didn't eat the comp breakfast as our tradition is mornings at the Plaza Cafe, but saw many happily partaking. We will definitely stay here again!

      While the room should be comfy & clean, Santa Fe is about what goes on outside the room. Old Santa Fe Inn makes for a great weekend overall.

      Jacuzi heaven..........

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      The room was absolutely gorgeous! Conveniently located, I walked down to the square in just over five minutes. After spending all day downtown, and very tired, their complimentary shuttle service picked me up in front of where I was waiting. When I got back to the Inn, there were fresh baked cookies waiting at the desk for everyone to enjoy! I went back to my room and spent a peacfull evening enjoying the jacuzi tub and fireplace. This 'Great' Inn is perfectly located and reasonably priced.

      Santa Fe Elegant

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      This hotel was packed while I was there but I couldn't tell, the service was like I was the only one there. The breakfast was excellent.

      My room was elegant. Overall a discrete and sophisticated Santa Fe experience. The remodel of this hotel was done perfectly. For those of you familiar with Santa Fe, this is a 5-10 minute walk to Starbucks right on the Plaza, depending on how many store windows you look into along the way. We loved it! Two thumbs up!

      Not so close

      from

      The other reviewers said this hotel was close to the plaza, but in reality it's more like a 20 minute walk. At the end of the day I did not enjoy having to hike those few extra blocks on empty streets to this hotel.

      Breakfast was very good and the hotel looked charming. The rooms all had refrigerators and some had microwaves. Even though guests parked their cars in front of their room (most rooms are on street level) I didn't hear any noise at night.

      If you get a room with 2 beds, you will not have a fireplace! Even though central reservations promised me one and I had to call them 3 times just to have them fax me a confirmation of my reservation. The room's heater/air conditioner was so loud! We even changed rooms to get wider beds and still had a terribly loud heater that we had to turn it off just to get some sleep.

      The rooms do not have chains on them and the hotel made an electonic key for new guests to come into our room before we had even left in the morning!

      We saw a couple nice looking hotels closer to town with equal or cheaper prices.

      Good motel 5 mins from Plaza

      from

      Nice clean rooms includes continental breakfast and only a 5 minute walk from the Plaza. $89 plus tax for 2 doubles.If you do not want to pay extortionate prices in Santa Fe I would recommend this motel.

      Enjoyed my stay

      from

      Staff was courteous and helpful; the rooms are not luxurious, but have a lot of character and are very comfortable. Breakfast is plentiful and good. Location is terrific--easy walking distance to the plaza, but not noisy at night.

      Nice Motel, screwed up reservations system

      from

      Nice rooms, nice location, nice breakfast, 1 block from downtown.

      However they use a central reservations system which lost my reservation as well as proof of my one night's deposit. Currently disputing a double billing from this hotel which was billed a month after my stay!!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Old Santa Fe Inn

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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