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Hotel Santa Fe

Hotel Santa Fe Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The upper-middle-range Hotel Santa Fe and Spa offers 128 Southwestern-themed rooms and suites within walking distance of the Plaza. Along with its sister property, the Hacienda (located next door), the Hotel Santa Fe is the only hotel in town owned by Native Americans, and the Native theme is handsomely on display throughout -- you can even arrange a private teepee dinner through the hotel restaurant, Amaya. But the rooms could use some updating, and aren't as big as those in other comparable properties nearby.
Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe

Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe Rating: 3.5 Pearls

With a hard-to-beat location next to the Plaza, this upper-middle-range property is within walking distance of Santa Fe's top attractions. Its restaurant and bar offer outdoor seating with good views of the busy street, and the lobby features authentic art from the nearby village of Chimayó. However, this three-story boutique hotel lacks a fitness center or pool -- and not all of the rooms can be accessed from the elevator.
Inn at Vanessie

Inn at Vanessie Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Inn at Vanessie is a boutique, 18-room bed and breakfast located within walking distance of the Plaza. Rooms are among the most charming available in this price category, with Southwestern decor and in some, extras such as fireplaces and patios. Free Wi-Fi and a free hot breakfast add value, and the location is perfect for exploring the busy retail area nearby. There's no pool, but there's a small fitness center and Vanessie Restaurant gets great reviews. A professional pianist also plays several nights a week in the lounge.
Fairmont Heritage Place, El Corazon de Santa Fe

Fairmont Heritage Place, El Corazon de Santa Fe Rating: 3.5 Pearls

SINCE OUR VISIT, THE RESIDENCE CLUB AT EL CORAZON RE-OPENED AS THE FAIRMONT HERITAGE PLACE, EL CORAZON DE SANTA FE. The Residence Club at El Corazon is a collection of shared-ownership vacation homes in a gated community -- an elegant, fully equipped sanctum just two blocks from the Plaza. The luxurious and spacious two-bedroom condos contain every convenience of home and are furnished with the most modern appliances and gorgeous furniture. Since these are essentially private homes, there is no restaurant, spa, or pool on-site, but these amenities are available at partner businesses.
Best Western Plus Inn of Santa Fe

Best Western Plus Inn of Santa Fe Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Best Western Plus Inn underwent a renovation in 2010 -- and the rooms Southwestern decor and comfy beds reflect that. But some things were left untouched, such as the old tube TVs guests may find in some rooms. The hotel is not right in downtown, meaning you have to drive to get to the Plaza area. But for the price point, it's a standard Best Western with nicer decor and a few bonuses -- such as the attractive indoor pool area and pet-friendly policy.
Homewood Suites Santa Fe

Homewood Suites Santa Fe Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This Homewood is about 15 miles outside of Santa Fe, next to the Buffalo Thunder Casino and the Towa Golf Course. It's a good value for travelers who don’t mind being removed from the city, as well as those who like to gamble. There are large, apartment-style rooms with kitchenettes, including two-bedroom suites with sleeper sofas, and rates include a free hot breakfast and free dinner and drinks on weeknights. There's also a small outdoor pool and plenty of space for meetings. Those looking to be closer to the city may want to look into staying at the Santa Fe Motel and Inn .
DoubleTree by Hilton Santa Fe

DoubleTree by Hilton Santa Fe Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The mid-range DoubleTree Santa Fe is located among several other chain hotels along the Cerrillos Road strip, about six miles from the Plaza. The Holiday Inn delivers all the budget traveler staples: free parking, free Wi-Fi, and rooms with microwaves. There's a Jacuzzi and a heated indoor/outdoor pool as well, though some may find its layout awkward for swimming. The chain-like rooms are bright and clean, with comfortable beds. The Santa Fe Sage Inn has similar prices and a location closer to the Plaza, but lacks the Jacuzzi and microwaves.
El Rey Inn

El Rey Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

One of Santa Fe's most famous hotels, the El Rey Inn is a genuine slice of vintage New Mexico. Situated within a 10-minute drive of Santa Fe Plaza on the original Route 66, the El Rey is a throwback to the days of cross-country travel and motor inns. Housed in an adobe-style building erected in 1936 and several other newer wings, this mid-range hotel offers 86 Southwestern-style rooms, all with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs; some have kitchens and kiva fireplaces. A large outdoor pool is open in the warm months, and the hotel also has two hot tubs, a sauna, fitness room, and free breakfast (except in January and February). The El Rey offers retro charm, an array of amenities, and lower rates than at the more lavish and centrally located Santa Fe hotels.
Old Santa Fe Inn

Old Santa Fe Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Old Santa Fe Inn is a mid-range property with an upscale feel, thanks to perks such as a free breakfast burrito bar, afternoon cookies, and Starbucks coffee. Rooms look clean and fresh, with earthy color schemes and rustic wood furnishings that make for an authentic Santa Fe vibe. The property's prime location is another draw, as it stands just three blocks from the Plaza. Even though it's among the most reasonably priced hotels in the downtown area, the Old Santa Fe Inn exudes the charm and regional spirit of its more expensive -- and historic -- competitors.
Santa Fe Motel and Inn

Santa Fe Motel and Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Santa Fe Motel and Inn is a great value given its location near the popular Plaza in downtown Santa Fe. The spacious accommodations include rooms with kitchenettes along with more traditional casitas. Rooms are clean and in good condition, but are on the older side, and rooms near the busy Cerrillos Road can be noisy. A free hot breakfast is served in a semi-enclosed outdoor courtyard with a kiva fireplace. Travelers looking for a traditional Santa Fe property close to attractions will likely be happy here, but those who want a slightly more modern space can try the similarly priced Inn on the Paseo.


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