Silver Saddle Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSilver Saddle Motel Santa Fe
At $60 for the three of us with a delicious breakfast included, this historic motel is a gem. Dawn on the front desk - which is in the same room as the gift shop & eating area, which makes for a friendly eating experience - was bright, friendly and helpful and knowledgeable about the area. There is also space to sit outside. We had the Roy Rogers room, which was delightful and included a kitchen alcove and a well-appointed, kitchy bathroom. We loved it here and would have stayed longer than a night if we could.
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