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... he kept his focus on the road and was pointing the camera and clicking, and somehow the pictures turned out pretty good. We went winding up and over the mountains, and eventually made our way to the park.
We arrived at about 5:30pm and found about 5 other cars waiting in line to enter the park at the gate. Sweet, we were totally going to get solar glasses - since they were first come first serve. The gates were supposed to open at 6pm, but ...
... or El Dia de los Muertos happening in the Plaza and (b) I should have checked out where we were going to eat. Luckily before we ended up back on uncomfortably high chairs overlooking the Plaza, we found, pointing down a dim and dark alley way, a sign for The Shed, http://www.sfshed.com/Restaurant.html. Lots of interlinked rooms with low doorways, an atmosphere that was a strange mix of eccentricity, friendliness and efficiency, ...
... t seem like much, but it was to me. The drive up was awesome, so beautiful, and it took an hour or so. God’s mercy prevailed and we made it just fine, nice and slow. When we got to the top we were both lookin around and wondering, is it him, maybe her, I wonder who we are supposed to meet with. We met a great guy who was riding an old Moto Guzzi café racer, we met a super nice and helpful park ranger named Tim, we met a cafe ...
... to Chocolate where you can eat and watch them making the pastries and cakes. The food was amazing, the show was even better, the staff a bit ditzy and the allergy tincture was disgusting!! The people on the next table were as i discovered Bahá’í http://www.bahai.org/faq/facts/bahai_fa ith. I had seen plenty of people the last time I was in Sata fe who were wearing this unique head attire but I ddn't think they look Sikh. I now know better! ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Lodge at Santa Fe
This place needs some work on the beds, the bedding and the hot tub. Intermittent Internet connectivity was very frustrating
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The first night we were here, there was a SCREAMING baby next door who woke us up every two hours. When we asked the front desk clerk if, in the event the people next door were not checking out that day, we could have another room, she immediately moved us. She found a room that was available right away so we could move before heading out for the day, and upgraded us to a higher priced room since it was ready. The rooms are extremely nice and comfortable.
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Lodge at Santa Fe
Very comfortable hotel at a fair price. Staff was helpful, rooms were nice - newly renovated. Pool area was also nice - very spacious. Good place for a weekend getaway. Would recommend this property if you don't mind the distance from the plaza.
The room we initially were checked into had water damage from the shower, was dripping through the ceiling, so we asked for another room. The second room was on the 2nd floor and was much nicer, very comfortable and had a great view of the mountain range. The pool & hottub were nice. It is located far enough away from the Plaza to have to take a car in to town, or the hotel has a shuttle bus that runs each hour, so the location didn't feel inconvenient at all. We were a bit surprised by the cost of the Sunday buffet. Our breakfast for 2 was $27, and we didn't feel like we had eaten enough food to justify the price! Would have been less expensive to order room service. The dining room has some very nice views towards the mountains, and service was good. It was a comfortable stay, but next time, I'll look for something closer to the Plaza.
We won a Skyauction auction to this Radisson, and got a good deal. When we got there (which wasn't easy to do, as others have noted), we found out why; it is undergoing pretty major renovations.
The room, though on the small side, was nicely decorated in Santa Fe style. Maid service was bad (they left dirty glasses in the room and provided no cups for the in-room coffee). Also old room service trays sat in the halls for a long time. Windows and carpets were dirty, etc.
We were just glad not to have spent a lot of money there. A better place to stay would have been any of the hotels right around the Plaza, but they are also quite expensive. Santa Fe is a nice place to visit, but don't plan on seeing much on Mondays as we found that museums, etc. are closed that day.
This place has nothing to recommend it. It's far away from the heart of Santa Fe--and not easy to find. Our room was run down and the service was poor. The grounds were filled with strings to mark future garden planting. The strings weren't visible and one of the people in our party tripped and fell over one, injuring herself. Medics had to be called, but the motel personnel were hardly responsive. No apologies were given and no amends made. Abominable.
This place was so bad that I resolved afterwards to avoid all Radisson properties.
Beware what you read about this hotel from its website or from travel agency web sites. This is an average hotel with some problems and some neat quirks. It is nowhere near the city plaza.
This is a very difficult hotel to find if you are driving at night and the guide book says it is in downtown Santa Fe. We had to enter some hotel in the city to ask where it was and he gave us a map, after driving about an hour through strange roads, we finally found the hotel, realizing that it was atop a mountain and near a freeway which we had missed. The hotel is a blend of ancient Zuni architecture and Spanish Mission style, inside the service is rather lackluster, considering that it was empty and a 4 star hotel. Not even a "good night" from the immature lady at the desk. The rooms were clean, spacious and with enough room, decorated again by Indian motifs, the drawback is that one has to "drive" around like a visitor at a Motel 6 to find their room instead of centralized parking which is more related to an upscale hotel. They throw you out at around 11 am which is ridiculous considering we had just arrived at 1 am. Great view of the cemetary with white crosses, I think it is a military one. Drawbacks are very expensive for basic service, even mediocre, location is too distant from downtown Santa Fe so if you don't have a car, you are screwed. Just a basic mountain motel in my opinion.
Bad location- too far from the Plaza
The Radisson is a four star hotel with unbeatable service, atmosphere and food. It's one drawback is that it is located a few miles from the plaza between a suburban neighborhood and the highway. There are many hotels that have similar prices and are within walking distance of the plaza. I would strongly recommend that visitors to Sante Fe select a hotel that is more conveniently located.
This hotel was above all expectatons. When I researched this hotel on www.tripadvisor.com I received a lot of negative feedback from the consumer reviews. Even the reviews on travelocity were less than promising. There was only one good reveiw and that was from a travler who had used Priceline. She mentioned that the hotel was undergoing rennovations at that time. So when I arrived at the Radisson I knew to ask for a newly rennovated room. Good thing for me, all of the rooms were completely rennovated. The downside is that the pool and whirlpool were closed while I was there (December 2003). Considering the high was only in the upper 50s I figured I wouldn't do much swimming anyway. (The pool is outdoor only.) The decor was was great. The bathroom was regal. And the view of the mountains was exceptional. There's even a woman that will perform messages in your room at your request. This hotel exceeded all of my negative vibes... Above all, the customer service here is extremely kind from everyone that I had interactions with. They answered all of my questions and helped me with all of my request with a "can do" attitude as well as a smile.
My husband & I stayed here also in July 2003. I stayed here because I did a Priceline bid. When I read reader reviews I was worried. But I had no complaints when I got there. The staff was friendly and responded quickly to our needs, check in was quick, and the room was clean and done in a very southwestern motif. They are renovating so I wonder if the former reviewer stayed in an older room. It was quiet too, and our room overlooked the pool!
Does not deserve 3 stars at all
The hotel definitely did NOT deserve a 3 star rating. It was filthy, fixtures were broken, paint was peeling in the bathroom, there were hairs in our sheets. Everything was old and ugly and in dire need of repair or renovation. The hotel corridors smelled like smoke. The room was not ready when we arrived. The restaurant/ breakfast was pitiful: bad quality and small selection of food and expensive. We couldn't eat anywhere else, because the hotel was in the middle of nowhere and we just had missed the shuttle and would have had to wait another hour for the next one.Only the staff was nice and professional and was trying to make the best of this hotel in need of major reparations and investments.Very disappointing stay.