The room was fair. We had sheets that did not seem to fit the bed and kept coming loose from the corners which was kind of annoying. They need more plugs since most travelers need to charge more than one item at a time and would prefer not to have the lamp on to charge said items (like charging while you sleep). There was one plug per lamp, the bathroom has a plug about 6 foot high (I am 5.4) one for the barely working blow dryer and one for any other appliance you want to plug in. There was another plug next to the dresser but not that convenient to have stuff plugged all over the room. I would suggest a multi plug with surge to plug into the wall at the very least. The staff was pleasant and it was nice to have a free breakfast the days we didn't want to go get breakfast. Location is good for going shopping and such.
Hotel was OK and was as a Super 8 was expected to be. Room was nice and comfortable and clean which is what counted most. Location was good, not too far a drive from Old Santa Fe and the Railroad Yard. Close to some chain restaurants. Was OK for a quick visit and worth the price.
We had a party of five ladies taking a "girls" trip. The staff was very helpful and the facility was very nice. We certainly appreciated the shuttle service into downtown Santa Fe for shopping and dining. Also enjoyed the lounge area and the wait staff. All in all it was a lovely experience.
Stayed here two nights and didn't want to leave. Room was so nice and cleaned very well. Great staff and very helpful at all times. Responded to a small issue at first immediately within 10 minutes and was taken care of. Could not have been happier.
South of downtown, historic buildings give way to residential neighborhoods and modern construction. A network of highways and an interstate connect this area with the cultural amenities of the old city. Southern Santa Fe includes the Santa Fe Municipal Airport and Santa Fe Place shopping center.