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out of 15 reviews
The best hotel in Santa Fe. Quiet, great location, exceptional quality.
“Great place to stay while in Santa Fe!!!”
Checked in just in time for free wine and cheese, sat by the fireplace later in the evening . The Inn is located within an easy walk of the plaza yet very quiet and relaxing.
Comfort of your room is downgraded because the temperature could not be regulated to a comfortable temperature.
“My "go-to" hotel in Santa Fe.”
Clean, quiet and conveniently located. Staff very friendly and helpful. Fresh hot breakfast and free parking included. Have stayed there many times and will book again next time I'm in Santa Fe.
“Santa Fe hotel”
Very nice hotel within walking distance of shops, art galleries, the Georgia O'Keefe Museum, restaurants, churches, etc. Our room was not very big, but pleasingly furnished and well maintained. Our room was very quiet yet close to the lobby and breakfast/wine hour area.
This inn is very charming with nicely appointed rooms. The bed was very comfortable. On offer was a great breakfast spread and the daily wine and cheese was a nice touch. The staff was very friendly.
We found the staff to be incredible! We have stayed at many different hotels in Santa Fe and find the Inn on the Alameda to be our absolute favorite. We will be back.
great location,traditional style with modern touches. staff very helpful
Our room was like a small house with a patio. We had a fire place with its own sitiing area. A supply of logs for daily use.It also had a sink with a fridge and a Krups coffee maker. The bed and pillows were comfortable. The bathroom was spacious with it's own sink. Each morning we would look forward to their breakfast which included an assortment of pastries, fritata, quiche,fresh fruit, cereals, bagels, toast, stuffed croissants, coffee and juice. There is a strong feeling of being welcomed and coming back to a place where your comfort is of utmost importance to them. We went out each day on an adventure. The concierge, Jose, gave us detailed and clear directions to Taos, Albequerque, Madrid, Tesaque and on our last day he told us about the Pilgrimage to Chimuyo so went there too. Each day we could of come back to wine and cheese but we came back too late so we headed to the jacuzzi which is open 24 hours. We were sorry to leave. If we should go back some day we would stay at the Alameda Inn. It was absolutely wonderful.
WONDERFUL STAFF in a very pleasant environment. Great location.