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Perhaps more than any other hotel in Santa Fe, this 71-room adobe hideaway on the edge of downtown reinforces the capital's small-town feel.
Alameda means "tree-lined lane," and this one perfectly complements the inn's location by the gurgling Santa Fe River. Full review →
Just across the street from the bosque-shaded Santa Fe River sits the Inn on the Alameda, a cozy stop for those who like the services of a hotel with the intimacy of an inn. Full review →
Just a five-minute walk from Santa Fe's Historic Plaza... There is something about this intimate welcome that makes you feel as if you've arrived to stay in a close friend's casita. Full review →
Handmade furniture, kiva fireplaces, luxe linens, elegant breakfasts and afternoon wine-and-cheese receptions bring B&B-style elegance to a pleasantly efficient hotel. Full review →
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. Full review →
This casual colloquial hotel fills the gap between the full-service La Fonda and the compact bed-and-breakfasts, and is quite popular despite not having a pool, full-service restaurant or spa. Full review →Avoid 130 to 133, also in the same complex, as these suffer from their location next to noisy Paseo Peralta.
It’s all about privacy and sense of place: 71 secluded adobe rooms and suites open onto a flower-filled courtyard. Full review →
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