Villas de Santa Fe

Address: 400 Griffin Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located in the Historic St. Catherine's area of Santa Fe, is near Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, The Torres Gallery, Eldorado Court & Lounge, and Awakening Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsVillas de Santa Fe

    Reviewed by miss.chris

    A Real Gem of a place

    Reviewed Mar 26, 2013
    by (15 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    I wasn't sure how the stay would be as there were mixed reviews when I was investigating where to stay.
    Well the place appears to be in the process of being refurbished as some rooms are being worked on.
    We are a party of 4 with 2 adults and 2 teenage grandkids. I got the basic room. I chose this because of the proximity to the Plaza and the price was so great.
    As it turns out everything is new or nearly new. We have a huge bedroom with a nice living room, dinette, small kitchen fully stocked with everything necessary for cooking.
    The Plaza is maybe a 7 minute walk. There is shuttle service to wherever one needs to go within a radius but the walk is really nice. The Santa Fe School of Cooking that we will go to is also within walking distance as are grocery stores.
    We needed extra blankets and had them within minutes.
    I highly recommend the Villas to anyone and we will stay here again.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Villas de Santa Fe

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    Travel Blogs from Santa Fe

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    A travel blog entry by jimandclare on Jun 19, 2015

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    After enjoying the Petroglyph National Monument, we drove from Albuquerque to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Although only a population of about 70,000, Santa Fe is the state capital. Actually, it is the oldest capital city in the US-founded in 1610. Santa Fe sits 7000 feet above sea level. We again elected to visit the Old section of ...

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    ... maker giving me a dollar off. I thanked him and went my way. Talking with them I found out that some of them come quite a distance away (70 miles) in order to sell.

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    A travel blog entry by zaileia on Mar 10, 2015

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    ... church we have seen in America, everything else relatively new in comparison to European history, The mixture of Native American and Mexican and Spanish immigrants in Santa Fe is well meshed.

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    Days 12, Sign me up Santa Fe

    A travel blog entry by jjkaine on May 27, 2014

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    ... It is very clear how the coming of the Interstates in the 1960's decimated towns along the way, people just moved out and the building and businesses just went to rack and ruin. Very sad in many ways. These small towns would have offered weary migrants vittels and rest from the journey and old broken down motel and garage signs are evidence of a bygone day. We decided to stop for Brunch, a meal the Americans do so well. We used our ...