Old Santa Fe Inn
The Old Santa Fe Inn is located just off Route 66, two blocks from the Railrunner train station, providing excellent proximity to the finest that Santa Fe can offer including The Palace of the Governors, a popular site where local Native American artists gather each morning to sell their jewelry and other crafts.
The Inn features free high speed Internet, an exercise room that is open 24 hours a day and boasts cardio machines and free weights, and a large conference room available for guests who have business needs during their stay. You can indulge in a hot breakfast each morning including a build your own breakfast burrito station which offers locally-made salsas. Other selections include fresh fruit, yogurt, cereal or fresh-made bread from the Sage Bakehouse in Santa Fe. Guests are just a short distance from the New Mexico State Capital Building and the oldest church in the U.S., the San Miguel Mission.
Afternoons at the Inn bring homemade cookies, freshly-made guacamole and chips to the lobby so guests can relax by the fireplace and catch a quick snack. You can wash it down with some Starbucks Coffee of Tazo tea, both of which are available day or night.
All rooms are furnished in the traditional New Mexican style with handmade furniture and each is equipped with a gas fireplace, in-room safe and top of the line toiletries. Also available are rooms with patios, balconies, microwaves, refrigerators and jetted tubs.
The Inn provides free on-site parking so you can avoid parking fees in the downtown area and head to any of the over 75 different restaurants, shops, galleries and museums, all within walking distance from the hotel and many other lodging options. Make the best out of your vacation with a vacation package to beautiful Santa Fe.