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Santa Fe Hotels and B&B’s

Santa Fe accommodations run the gamut from cozy bed and breakfasts to funky boutique properties and basic budget motels. If you’re hoping to get around downtown on foot, look for a property near the Plaza — though you may have to pay a little more for the privilege. Penny pinchers should look to the dozens of budget hotels along sprawling Cerrillos Road, where low rates compensate for a shortage of charm. Advance reservations are recommended at any time of year but particularly during the Indian Market in August, when rates go up and hotels sell out very early.

Bed and Breakfasts

Pueblo Bonito Bed & Breakfast Inn
Address: 138 West Manhattan Avenue
Rates: $95 – $230
Word of Mouth: “Best place and best price in Santa Fe. Love the historic rooms and kiva fireplaces. Lovely and easy place to be. We’ll be back again and again! Really feels like old Santa Fe. Perfect!” — contributor

Casa Escondida
Address: 64 County Road 100, Chimayo
Rates: $105 – $165
Word of Mouth: “Casa Escondida provided a wonderful setting, great atmosphere and warm hospitality for our 12th anniversary celebration. The cozy room, friendly and helpful staff combined with a setting in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains [were] perfect ingredients for a great celebration we will always remember. We sat on the porch outside our room and sipped Champagne and nibbled on the delicious, homemade biscochitos and watched birds at the feeders on the grounds.” — contributor

Inn of the Turquoise Bear
Address: 342 East Buena Vista Street
Rates: $110 – $245
Word of Mouth: “Beautiful, old, adobe buildings allowing you to be immersed in the history of Santa Fe. The innkeeper was friendly and helpful, and could fix a breakfast that made you anxious to wake up in the mornings. John, who works at the Inn, has a relaxed comfortable personality, and is just fun to talk to. The wine hour makes you feel at home. It was a wonderful experience. Also the Inn is an ideal distance from Old Santa Fe.— Ron and Marg Price

The Bobcat Inn
Address: 442 Old Las Vegas Highway
Rates: $99 – $149
Word of Mouth: “Since I discovered the Bobcat Inn 10 years ago, I won’t stay anywhere else. It’s what a vacation inn should be — quiet, comfortable, convenient. It’s priced below the noisy lodgings near the Plaza. The breakfasts are delicious, and owner/host Amy Bobrick is gracious and always ready with suggestions for those who ask for them, whether it’s attractions, restaurants, scenic drives, etc.— contributor

Don Gaspar Inn
Address: 623 Don Gaspar Avenue
Rates: $149 – $389
Word of Mouth: “The location is perfect, close enough to walk to town, but also far enough from the crowds to enjoy the quiet courtyards surrounding the Inn. And, we would return if for nothing other than the breakfasts!! Ana serves up the BEST breakfasts in this entire world: pork enchiladas, egg/asparagus casserole, zucchini bread, raisin bread, delicious yogurt and fruit and a granola to die for. There is no reason for a noon meal: just dive into the breakfasts and then plan for a dinner out. Need to know anything about Santa Fe — anything at all? Just ask Ana; she is an intelligent, informed delight. The rooms are a little piece of Southwest heaven.— Pam and Judy and Sheila

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Inn on the Alameda
Address: 303 East Alameda Street
Rates: $166 and up
Word of Mouth: “We made our yearly opera trip to Santa Fe and stayed at the Inn as we always do. The breakfasts are so wonderful that they are a considerable point in the Inn’s favor. The ambience is delightful and welcoming. There is a nightly wine and cheese event for all guests that is relaxing and simply adds more charm to this wonderful Santa Fe location at the base of Canyon Road.” — jcs8192

Inn of the Five Graces
Address: 150 East DeVargas Street
Rates: $450 and up
Word of Mouth: “The craftsmanship alone is enough to make a lover of the arts weep. One senses the care and love that has gone into each and every detail of this incredible place. It is a true feast for the senses. Upon entering our room, ‘Lotus’ (imagine the most sumptuous, sensual, inviting habitat possible and then multiply that by 10), we were greeted by a beautiful plate of cookies and chocolate-covered strawberries, along with a hand-written note that said, ‘We are so happy to have you with us this evening. Enjoy your celebration!’ This level of care and attention to customer ‘detail’ is found everywhere you turn at ‘The Inn.'”— PhotoMojo1

El Rey Inn
Address: 1862 Cerrillos Road
Rates: $100 and up
Word of Mouth: “The El Rey has been around since the 1930’s, is right on Rte 66, is a gorgeous compound with several buildings, a heated pool, courtyards, a sauna, an indoor hot-tub and an outdoor hot-tub, gorgeous native art everywhere and paintings of saints, huge luxe bathrooms, speedy Wi-Fi [and] a backyard wildlife sanctuary (so: compassion). It is utterly comfortable and has a delicious continental breakfast with *soy milk* and a sweet woman who offers you a warm tortilla and an orange, first thing. And then comes around with a basket of apples. It’s that kind of bountiful.” — bluecowboyyoga

Inn of the Governors
Address: 101 West Alameda Street
Rates: $136 and up
Word of Mouth: “My children call this hotel their second home because they make you feel so welcome. The rooms have a great southwestern feeling and the location right downtown is perfect to walk to everything. We love the sherry and cookie hour daily where they serve the New Mexico State cookie in the lobby.” — withkids224

Ten Thousand Waves
Address: 3451 Hyde Park Road
Rates: $199 and up
Word of Mouth: “Picture yourself sitting a private hot tub, snow on the pinons, the sky lit up with stars as you relax and let the cares of the world melt away, in a mountain setting that looks as if Kyoto, Japan has been transported to New Mexico. The rooms are varied , most with an Asian flair. Our favorite, Tsuki, had a living room with fireplace and sound system, dining, room, full kitchen. In room continental breakfast.” — Robert_Mark

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