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Hotel Santa Fe and Hacienda

1501 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501

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Hotel Santa Fe and Hacienda, Santa Fe, New Mexico
$ 119
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Hotel Santa Fe and Hacienda - Hotel Reviews from across the web

No title - expert review
About a 10-minute walk south of the plaza you'll find this newer three-story establishment, the only Native American-owned hotel in Santa Fe. It is a good choice for consistent, well-planned lodgings. Picuris Pueblo is the majority stockholder here, and part of the pleasure of staying here is the cu...

Exquisitely beautiful hotel in a great setting. - user review
Entering the grounds at the Hotel Santa Fe is like stepping back into a far more civilized time. The facilities are gorgeous and well maintained; the staff is friendly and helpful in a very understated way. Breakfast in the hotel dining room is a tasty and reasonably priced way to start the day (ski...

Boutique Hotel with Amenities - user review
My wife and I generally enjoyed our stay at this property. Despite the fact that it wasn't located right off the plaza, the hotel does provide a complimentary shuttle service throughout downtown Santa Fe. This proved to be helpful since parking can be difficult to come by and inconvenient when you'r...

Pretty hotel but cramped - user review
This hotel is a very pretty hotel. The outside has lots of flowers, and trees and on the inside the lobby is decorated nicely. However, the hotel is very close to a busy road, and cramped feeling. I think the hotel has to many rooms. The room we were in was a Jr. Suite and it was decorated nicely bu...

Not a good trip - user review
We were supposed to have the Santa Fe Deluxe King Suite, but the prior guests had decided to stay another night. We were shuffled to a handicapped accessible Jr Suite, which had a sleeper sofa that could not be used because there wasn't enough room. The Jr Suite was very small and they brought in a ...

No title - user review
Although only 5 6 blocks from town, the hotel is a bit too far to walk conveniently and safely to and from. There is a shuttle because of this situation and that solves the problem. In all, a very nice hotel with friendly staff and very nice rooms. We recommend this hotel. Especially good for a conf...

No title - user review
the hotel is very nice and in a fairly convenient location, but is a bit overpriced. For your hefty room fee you don't even get a complimentary bottle of water (and this is at a hotel in the desert). In fact, the complete lack of complimentary items (except for the obligatory shampoo and such) makes...

feels like a fraud - user review
I booked five nights for August 2006 at Hotel Santa Fe. The service was good at that time. Then because of change of plans I changed my reservation from five nights to three nights. That's...

Never Again - user review
I was booked for a two night stay in a non-smoking room. I arrived and was given a smoking room. In fact the entire wing of the hotel was smoking. I had a headache for the entire s...

Hotel Santa Fe- excellent choice! - user review
My wife and I stayed at Hotel Santa Fe for 4 nights. We had a wonderful stay. If we had any regret at all it was that we did not upgrade to one of the small suite rooms. Our room was ver...

The Hacienda - user review
The Hacienda at the Hotel Santa Fe provided a superior level of customer service. The Executive Butler and his staff exceeded our needs. The guest rooms were incredibly comfortable - down pi...

Good location & environment, at a reasonable price - user review
The hotel looks good from the inside as well as outside (see the photos on the site - they reflect reality), in the typical native American theme. The heated pool and the hot tub just can...

Good Location - user review
This is a very clean upscale hotel. The room was nice, clean with very nice bed and bathroom. The service was good and the staff seemed helpful. The location is good in that it is in...

Total Disappointment - user review
We arrived here with a reservation for the Santa Fe Deluxe King Suite. I had done lots of resea...

Pleased with the Hotel Santa Fe - user review
We chose the Hotel Santa Fe because my girlfriend prefers not to be on the ground level, which was likely at many of the casita-style hotels closer to the Plaza, and because she likes room...

Enjoyed the Hotel Santa Fe - user review
We just returned from a long holiday weekend in Santa Fe and stayed at the Hotel Santa Fe. We checked in without a hitch and found the staff friendly and helpful. The room was spacious and...

Cozy Getaway - user review
We stayed here for Christmas. It was cozy and warm, with a big fireplace in the lobby. Excellent food, good service. The rooms were very good, except no coffee makers, which was rather...

Beautiful hotel - user review
This is a great hotel. The staff were friendly and helpful and the hotel has a beautiful, tasteful Southwest decor. I highly recommend dining at the hotel's restaurant Amaya. The f...

wish we had stayed longer - user review
The hotel staff was exceptionally attentive. The rooms were a value for what we got ( a jr. suite ). It said the hotel was 6 blocks from the plaza but we walked it every day and it s...

Hotel Santa Fe and Hacienda - Santa Fe Hotel - New Mexico Hotel
The Hotel Santa Fe’s 128 rooms are handsome but not flashy, with Southwest-patterned bedspreads and carved-wood furniture. Rooms comprise a sleeping area and living area. Most have a balcony. Beds are mainly king. There’s at least one TV and a minibar but no safe or CD player. The Hacienda...

Hotel Santa Fe Review
"I like this hotel," I overheard at breakfast, "the prices are reasonable, and everyone is so nice." That was the first time I stayed at the Hotel Santa Fe, a pueblo-style hotel just a few blocks from the Santa Fe Plaza. The speaker had plenty of reasons to be happy. The Hotel Sa...

Hacienda At Hotel Santa Fe in Santa Fe, New Mexico Hotel - Expedia
The Hacienda, a new addition to Santa Fe, is the quintessence of luxury. All 35 unique rooms and suites have fireplaces, butler service and are decorated with authentic Native American art and handcrafted furnishings. The Hacienda is nestled next to the Hotel Santa Fe in a private and intimate setti...

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