Santa Claran Hotel Casino

Address: 464 N Riverside Dr, Espanola, New Mexico, 87532-2515, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 464 N Riverside Dr, Espanola, is near Tesuque Peak Trail and Kania-Ferrin Gallery.
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        • Restaurant
        • Swimming pool
        • Indoor pool
        • Heated pool
        • Bar/lounge
        • Fitness/Health center
        • Golf Course
        • Casino


        • Refrigerator in room
        • Non-smoking hotel
        • High-speed internet in room
        • High-speed internet in room (free)
        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Breakfast Available
        • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
        • Wireless internet connection in public areas
        • Hot tub
        • Smoking rooms available
        • Air-Conditioning
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Suites


        • Laundry facilities (self serve)
        • Conference facilities
        • Banquet room
        • Business Services

        TripAdvisor Reviews Santa Claran Hotel Casino Espanola

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Espanola

        Texas to New Mexico

        A travel blog entry by lucyluw on Aug 29, 2013

        4 photos

        ... died when Route 66 did, and took a few photos of murals & tourist spots then we had to divert to Santa Fe (on the way to Vegas which technically isn't original Route 66) so we had to stick to the interstate roads. When arriving at the hotel we had a little down time then went for a quick swim. We had a few drinks while getting ready then got a taxi down to the 'Plaza' area. Having a little shop we ...

        Back to the Caldera with WildEarth Guardians

        A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on May 18, 2013

        48 photos

        ... and then worked for awhile longer. Had a nice visit with some of the board members while we worked. As usual, an interesting bunch of people at work. On the ride back to the visitor center, we picked up another passenger and had a very lively discussion as we drove out. Did take a wrong turn but got ourselves back on the right road and did not cause any alarm. Said our good byes and headed back to Santa Fe.

        Snow, snow and more snow!

        A travel blog entry by nikib on Jan 29, 2013

        17 photos

        ... carpenter arrived to design and construct a circular staircase to the choir loft. The tools on this donkey were just a saw, carpenter's square, a hammer and tubs in with to soak the wood.

        His 'miraculous staircase' contains 33 steps in two full 360-degree turns. The staircase has no center support nor is it held form its sides. When the staircase was complete, the carpenter disappeared without seeking ...

        Georgia O'Keeffe and Other Local History

        A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 05, 2012

        43 photos

        ... interiors of all the Harvey Houses; she also had quite an influence, apparently on national park buildings. Much information here. She is known for developing the Southwest style of decorating.) The interior is still mostly intact, including several murals painted by a local artist Colter hired.

        • There is a Five and Dime on the southwest corner of the plaza which used to be ...

        Thunderbirds Are Go!

        A travel blog entry by wlkbout on Jan 15, 2012

        26 photos

        ... much to do other than go to the museums. Problem was there were only two open since it was a Monday and Martin Luther King Jr Day. One of them was the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian The Wheelwright Museum collects objects and archives pertaining to the arts and cultures of the Navajo, the Rio Grande Pueblos, and other native peoples of New Mexico. This museum was located on a hill, though on any ordinary day you probably wouldn't ...