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Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol
12 reviews
Staffers here are super-solicitous; if you have any questions about the property or things to do around town, just ask. — Travel + Leisure
9
The Plaza
15 reviews
A refined take on traditional Santa Fe style, with a central location just steps from the historic Plaza. — Jetsetter
8
The Plaza
12 reviews
Newly renovated New Mexico–style digs with a bell tower bar, an award-winning restaurant and 92 years of history. — Jetsetter
8
North Side
11 reviews
Tucked in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe is an oasis of serenity, privacy and luxury. — Forbes Travel Guide
8
Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol
10 reviews
Run by Picuris Pueblo, this attractive, elegant and very comfortable adobe hotel on the edge of downtown is within walking distance of the plaza. — Rough Guide
8
East Side and Canyon Road
9 reviews
It is the only property in town to offer a true resort atmosphere. — Star Service
8
The Plaza
10 reviews
Rising between the plaza and the river, this upmarket hotel is an extraordinary spectacle, designed with its seven tiers to resemble Taos Pueblo. — Rough Guide
8
The Plaza
8 reviews
This pretty hotel won't disappoint visitors who’ve come to enjoy the city's decidedly Southwest ambiance. Kiva fireplaces adorn the Santa Fe-styled accommodations. — Gayot
8
North Side
10 reviews
Rooms are Southwestern all the way, with the compulsory ocher-olive-terra-cotta palette, adobe walls, exposed beams, and kiva fires. — Concierge
8
The Plaza
8 reviews
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. — Oyster
8
East Side and Canyon Road
8 reviews
One of Santa Fe's best small hotels, the 71-room Inn on theAlameda is an upper-middle-range inn in the typical Southwestern style. — Oyster
8
The Plaza
7 reviews
Historic but smartly updated Old World hotel in the heart of Santa Fe’s artsy, ancient Plaza district. — Jetsetter
8
The Plaza
7 reviews
Set right in the heart of downtown, with a year-round outdoor heated pool, giant “Mountain Sunrise Breakfasts,” and seven mini-suites, this inn has plenty of space for even big family groups. — Travel + Leisure
8
Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol
6 reviews
The rooms, especially those that open onto the central courtyard, are relatively plain and simple and furnished with folk art. — Rough Guide
8
South Side
10 reviews
Staying at "The King" makes you feel like you're traveling the old Rte. 66 through the Southwest. — Frommer's
8
Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol
6 reviews
This is the kind of mom and pop place where the clientele come back to Santa Fe every year simply because they can, with this motel’s reasonable price. — Travel + Leisure
8
The Plaza
6 reviews
The rambling Hilton lies right in the center of Santa Fe, a five-minute walk from the historic Plaza and also from dozens of the city's finest restaurants. — Gayot
7
North Side
6 reviews
We’re soaking up some serious ryokan vibes from this spa-centric sanctuary, headquartered just four miles outside Santa Fe. — Condé Nast Traveler
7
West of the Plaza
5 reviews
Located three blocks from the plaza, this endearing small hotel, managed by Hotel Santa Fe, is a cluster of more than two dozen historic adobe casitas skillfully recast into a small hotel. — Star Service
7
Railyard District
6 reviews
Opened in 2001 after a full restoration, this stylish, upscale, modern property is designed in the style of an old-time Southwestern motor court, with the rooms set around a parking area. — Gayot
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