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We booked the last room on our trip through Santa Fe. Two double beds that worked for us.
Very clean with a kitchenette if one wanted to use it.
Only complaint was the tv was having some issues, or it was the cable company. The...More
What do you expect from a $69 accommodation in the middle of nowhere? Well at least they have a funny staff, a bathtub, an iron board (without an iron) a huge old bed, a TV not facing the bed nor the couch, a room without...More
We were on our way to Albuquerque but the B&B where we were staying was booked for Sat night so I decided to get us a room in Santa Fe. Found this place and booked it as it looked decent and was very reasonably priced....More
Checked in a day early and then extended two nights. Room was perfect for our needs,
Two beds and a tv to come home to. We were visiting friends a mile away and there’s a grocery store within walking distance. We could have prepared meals...More
This hotel looks fine from the outside but it is terrible inside. Carpet and box springs had cigarette burns. Bed was awful, blanket old and stiff. Microwave didn't work, freezer had big holes in the bottom. The stove was dirty, there was one knife, fork...More
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We just got back from staying there for a week March 8-15. Our stay was pleasant, the room was great, and it was very quiet. We were in the 600 building on the ground floor. The breakfast is what it is. There's some dry... More
We just got back from staying there for a week March 8-15. Our stay was pleasant, the room was great, and it was very quiet. We were in the 600 building on the ground floor. The breakfast is what it is. There's some dry cereal, milk, juice, coffee, danish, and toaster waffles. I'm not sure what people expect for the low price...we bought Greek yoghurt and fruit from the supermarket next door, kept it in our fridge, and just used the lobby breakfast for coffee. The negative reviews we read seemed to be mostly people complaining about the breakfast and lack of elevator.
We were gone all day sightseeing, but the room was always made up with fresh linens, towels, etc. when we returned between 4pm and 9pm at night. When we asked for extra towels and washcloths, we got them right away. Our plane came in late the first night, so I called to tell them we'd be late. There was no problem checking in.
It's a very charming Santa Fe-style set of small apartment-like buildings with the office at one end. It's actually set in the parking lot of the Entrada Plaza complex near some medical buildings, a grocery store, and some take-out places, so there was very little traffic noise at night. It was well-lighted, so I felt safe walking in the plaza area. We loved it, but it wasn't your "normal," plastic, "they all look alike" type chain motel deal. If that's what you want, you will pay much more in Santa Fe, and have much more noise around you.