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With a gracious lobby in a white adobe-style building, the El Rey is a mini oasis in Santa Fe.
The kind of place where Lucy and Ricky might have stayed during one of their cross-country adventures, the El Rey was built in 1936 but has been brought gracefully into the 21st century. Full review →
Staying at "The King" makes you feel like you're traveling the old Rte. 66 through the Southwest. Full review →Be sure to request a room as far back as possible from Cerrillos Road.
The El Rey has been a fixture on Cerrillos Road since the 1930s, when fabled Route 66 ran through Santa Fe. The five-acre mini-resort remains one of the city's most appealing vintage properties. Full review →
A highly recommended classic courtyard hotel, with super rooms, a great pool and hot tub, and even a kids' playground scattered around 5 acres of greenery. Full review →
Built in the 1930s, renovated and well maintained, the motel boasts a Southwestern decor of hand-painted tiles and hand-crafted furnishings.
Offers 86 Southwestern-style rooms... 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. Full review →
This white-painted adobe compound, here since the 1930s, offers the most character and best value of the Cerrillos Road motels.Ask for a room away from the road.
A decidedly offbeat five-acre compound comprising 86 rooms in every imaginable configuration and style. Full review →
2.5 Star Hotel elreyinnsantafe.com