After driving six hours from Denver, the Inn on the Alameda in Santa Fe is a welcome sight for travelers and weekend adventure visitors.
The boutique hotel showcases a village-like property, making visitors wonder the differences between each room.
Visitors enjoy the close, walking proximity to all the galleries, restaurants and shops throughout downtown Santa Fe.
Hotel front desk are accommodating. If the front desk is not bustling with too much activities, the front desk personnel will take care of your special requests. Wait staff are helpful and provide great recommendations to local attractions if you strike a conversation with them.
Rooms range from $199 to $409, depending on availability and room type.
Traditional Santa Fe rooms with one or two queen beds, $159 to $269, depending on availability and season. Traditional rooms with two queen beds or one king bed and a patio or balcony, $169 to $289, depending on availability and season.
Deluxe room with one king bed, $199 to $339, depending on availability and season. Deluxe room with one king bed or two queen beds and a Kiva fireplace, $219 to $359, depending on availability and season.
Suites are $259 to $609, depending on the season and the specific suite available.
Charming rooms, depending on selection, it could come with a fireplace or an outdoor patio.
The traditional rooms exude the hospitable comfort of classic Santa Fe style, with southwestern decor enhanced by local and regional artwork, handmade furnishings, in-room coffee-makers with organic coffee, in-room safe, and upscale additions like Italian cotton bedding, thick Brazilian towels, and soft spa robes. Wheelchair-accessible accommodations are available.
All Traditional Rooms feature a full shower/bath, and most open onto a small patio or balcony.
Deluxe Rooms at the Inn offer additional space for you to relax on your vacation in Santa Fe. These comfy accommodations feature hand-crafted armoires, an in-room Keurig coffee maker with Newman’s Own organic coffee, unstocked mini-refrigerator and in-room safe, and all have baths with Talavera tile accents and custom wrought-iron fixtures. All deluxe rooms include our nightly turn-down service, and all open onto a small private patio or balcony.
The Santa Fe Suites combine the fine amenities of a boutique hotel with the peaceful and welcoming feeling of a private home. Each individual suite features a bedroom with a king or queen bed, a separate sitting area or living area equipped with a sofa or loveseat, a wet bar with Keurig coffee maker and Newman’s Own organic coffee, an unstocked mini-refrigerator, an in-room safe, and a Kiva fireplace; everything you’d expect to find staying at a friend’s Santa Fe home!
All suites include our nightly turn-down service. Most of the Inn’s suites are casita-style, with a private entrance and secluded patio. Most have hardwood floors, hand-loomed rugs, and distinctive regional artwork that reflects Santa Fe’s history and the special flair of its artistic heritage.
- Green, bleach-free laundry process
- Iron, ironing board and hairdryer in all rooms
- Soft cotton spa robes
- Triple-sheeted beds with soft Italian 300-count cotton bedding
- Organic in-room coffee
- Full bar service
- Local and 800-number calls always at no charge
- Complimentary hi-speed wireless internet access throughout the hotel
- Complimentary courtesy shuttle to downtown attractions
- Complimentary on-site parking
- Refrigerators available
- Cable TV and HBO in all rooms
- Two outdoor hot tubs
- Fully-equipped exercise room
- On-call massage therapy
- 24-hour Front Desk/Concierge service
- Safety-deposit boxes on request
- Lobby library with books and games
- Same-day dry-cleaning service
- Coin-op guest laundry facility
- Guest e-mail center
- Complimentary Santa Fe New Mexican and Wall Street Journal available
Food & Drink
Lavish buffet breakfast daily from 7:00 to 10:00 a.m. with organic options and gluten-free choices, all locally-sourced where ever possible.
A wine and cheese reception is offered daily from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m., with a selection of cheeses, olives, bread, fruit and crudite. But ask for the sangria, the bartender's specialty and best-kept secret of the property.
Nightly, the Agoyo Lounge is open from 5:00 to 10:00 p.m.
The property offers a free breakfast buffet and a social hour, starting at 4 pm.
Nestled in the heart of Santa Fe, New Mexico, between the historic Plaza and the art-filled galleries of Canyon Road, the Inn on the Alameda is the ideal downtown Santa Fe lodging location. Close to the Plaza, it is an ideal site to walk both day and night.
Inn on the Alameda
303 East Alameda Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau: http://santafe.org/Visiting_Santa_Fe/#content
Tip #1: Rooms with the balcony and kiva fireplace are the ideal selection from this property.
Tip #2: Rooms away from Alameda street will be quieter.
Tip #3: The facility offers a workout room but caution on the altitude. It is 7,000 square feet above. Drink tons of water to hydrate yourself in the desert climates. Management offers complimentary water bottles.