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Santa Fe, NM: Hotel & Motel Planning Guide

Find hotels in Santa Fe using the list and search tools below. Find cheap and discounted hotel/motel rates in or nearby Santa Fe, NM for your upcoming personal or group trip. We show the best Santa Fe, New Mexico motel and hotel rooms. Browse the Santa Fe area hotels to find the perfect lodging! Please use the provided map of the Santa Fe hotels. Booking 5+ Rooms? Find Santa Fe Group Hotel Deals or See the best Santa Fe meeting hotels

The Santa Fe center is around the area of Joshua Baer and Co and the area of James Reid Ltd.

Santa Fe is the capital of New Mexico and has a long history that is well worth exploring. More from this guide...

Santa Fe Hotels, Motels & Accommodations

La Posada De Santa Fe Resort & Spa - Santa Fe 330 East Palace Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87501 Website
  • 4 star Resort hotel
  • 157 rooms in property
  • All guests thought they were poorly maintained
  • Disappointing internet connection
From$119
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Santa Fe Sage Inn & Suites : 725 Cerrillos Rd. 725 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, NM 87505 Website
  • 3-star Downtown hotel
  • 2 floors in hotel
  • Good value
  • The majority of guests were happy with the price of the breakfast
La Fonda on the Plaza 100 East San Francisco St., Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • When traveling to the culturally rich city of Santa Fe, stay right in the heart of the plaza that the city is famous for - La Fonda on the Plaza. This landmark hotel was designed by a famous architect and designer to fit right in to Santa Fe's breathtaking style. In addition to enjoying well-appointed guest rooms that are outfitted with classic southwestern flare, you can also enjoy the rejuvenating treatments of the full-service spa, a gourmet restaurant, and a renowned gift shop. Meeting rooms, as well as event and banquet facilities, make La Fonda an ideal place to hold a business function or a private affair. Nearby, enjoy the vibrant cultural heritage of Santa Fe, including the shops along the Plaza, a selection of museums, and performing arts groups.
  • 4-star Resort hotel
  • Hotel has 8 meeting rooms
  • The price was too high for 62%
  • Most guests thought the tv was sub-standard
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Rosewood Inn of The Anasazi : 113 Washington Ave. 113 Washington Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • Luxurious 5-star Downtown property
  • Check in: 4:00pm
  • Warm and beautiful atmosphere
  • Good for sightseeing and located near shopping areas
From$209
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Inn of The Governors in Santa Fe 101 West Alameda, Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • High end Downtown property
  • 3 floors in hotel
  • Staff was superb
  • Beds were acceptable for 67%
From$112
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Old Santa Fe Inn
+1-866-429-5787
320 Galisteo St., Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • Midscale Downtown hotel
  • Free comp. breakfast
  • Relaxed dining area
  • City centre within easy reach, said 100%
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Inn on the Alameda - Santa Fe 303 East Alameda, Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has an eco-friendly policy Learn more
  • Great location
  • Nice lobby
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Villas De Santa Fe - Santa Fe 400 Griffin St., Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • 3 star Convention Center hotel
  • Fitness / Gym is on-site
  • Good furniture
  • Great room
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Santa Fe Motel & Inn - Santa Fe 510 Cerrillo Rd. /, Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • 2 star Downtown property
  • 2 floors in hotel
Hotel Santa Fe 1501 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • Four star Downtown hotel
  • Free complimentary breakfast
  • AC needs updating
  • Fantastic staff
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El Rey - Santa Fe 1862 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, NM 87505
  • 3-star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 86 rooms
Comfort Suites 3348 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, NM 87507
  • 3-star hotel
  • 60 rooms in property
Econo Lodge Inn & Suites 3752 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, NM 87507
  • 2 star Suburban hotel
  • Check in: 11:00
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Hyatt Place in Santa Fe
+1-888-690-5281
4320 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, NM 87507
  • Mid-scale Airport hotel
  • Shuttle to airport available
  • Rooms were spacious and clean
  • Most guests were unsatisfied with the kitchenette
Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe 198 State Rd. 592, Santa Fe, NM 87506
  • Luxury 5-star hotel
  • 9 suites in property
From$250
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Homewood Suites by Hilton Santa Fe North 10 Buffalo Thunder Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87506
  • 3-star Resort property
  • Hotel has 81 rooms
  • Most guests said the beds were comfortable
  • Yummy desserts, said 100%
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Hotel Chimayo De Santa Fe : 125 Washington Ave. 125 Washington Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • Midscale Downtown property
  • 3 floors in hotel
From$89
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Inn & Spa at Loretto 211 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • High end Resort hotel
  • Hotel has 8 meeting rooms
From$119
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Hotel St. Francis 210 Don Gaspar Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • Experience the Old World Charm of Santa Fe at the historic Hotel St. Francis. This hotel is designed in traditional southwestern style and features adobe accents and handcrafted wood furnishings. The guest rooms at the hotel are designed in a minimalist fashion, yet feature all of the vital necessities, including plush bedding and flat screen televisions. The full-service spa offers an array of treatments within the spa itself or, if you prefer, within the comforts of your own room. The on-site lounge is an ideal place to enjoy cocktails. Enjoy breakfast on the quaint dining patio. If you're looking for a romantic setting for your wedding, take advantage of the hotel's wedding services. Enjoy the sites and attractions of Santa Fe, which are all located nearby, including museums, shops, restaurants, and performing arts centers.
  • 4 star Downtown property
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
Eldorado Hotel 309 West San Francisco St., Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • Expensive Downtown hotel
  • 219 rooms in property
From$159
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Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza 100 Sandoval St., Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • High-end Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 4 meeting rooms
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Fort Marcy Hotel Suites in Santa Fe 321 Kearney Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87501
  • As part of the All Seasons Resort Lodging Group, the Fort Marcy Hotel Suites offers authentic southwestern-style accommodations on nine landscaped acres in vibrant Santa Fe. All of the guest rooms at this all-suite hotel boast every convenience, in the one, two, and three bedroom condominiums that include full kitchens, living areas, and fireplaces. The property also features an indoor swimming pool and hot tub, complimentary high-speed Internet access and meeting and event facilities. Don't forget to explore the nearby attractions that Santa Fe is famous for, including the Plaza, the Georgia O'Keefe Museum, the Museum of International Folk Art, and the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet.
  • Midscale Downtown property
  • Shuttle to airport available
  • Great shopping
  • About half of guests thought the furniture was functional
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Worldmark Santa Fe 138 Park Ave., Albuquerque, NM 87501 ~0.52 miles west of Santa Fe
  • 3 star property
  • Check in: 16:00
Residence Inn by Marriott - Santa Fe
+1-800-881-1523
1698 Galisteo St., Santa Fe, NM 87505
  • Affordable Suburban hotel
  • Check in time: 3:00pm
  • Terrible amenities
  • Breakfast is good
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Americas Best Value Inn Lamplighter in Santa Fe 2405 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, NM 87505
  • Two star Suburban hotel
  • 79 rooms in property
  • AC needs updating
  • Parking was ok, according to 67%
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Santa Fe was originally occupied by indigenous people known as the Tanoan people. Historians have learned that the Tanoan people began occupying what is now downtown Santa Fe around 900 A.D.

Since then, the area has been a Spanish colony, a city in Mexico, and then part of Texas. It wasn't until 1912 that New Mexico became a state and Santa Fe was named its capital.

When to Visit Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe has very hot summers and mildly cold winters. The best time to visit the city depends largely on what you want to do and what sort of weather you prefer.

Between June and August, temperatures reach highs of almost 90 degrees. These months can be quite humid because the city receives the most rain during this season. It's not the most popular time to visit, though, which means you will likely be able to get a few great hotel deals. If the heat doesn't bother you, summer could be a great time to visit Santa Fe. Just don't forget to pack your hat and sunscreen.

The most popular time to visit Santa Fe is between September and November. This season brings festivals, like Santa Fe Fiesta and the Santa Fe Wine and Cheese Festival, which draw a lot of tourists to the city. During this time, you can enjoy sunny days with temperatures around 65 degrees. The temperature drops in the evening and can get as cold as 40 degrees. If you plan to visit the city during these months, prepare for higher hotel prices and be sure to book well in advance.

If you enjoy skiing, winter is a great time to visit Santa Fe. It's only a short drive to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, an excellent place to ski between December and February. While this isn't as popular a time of year as the fall, it is still quite busy with tourists. Prices will remain relatively high, and you'll have to allow yourself plenty of time to book if you'd like to get a good deal.

If you want to visit the city when there are fewer tourists and score yourself some off-season prices, visit Santa Fe between March and May. The weather is beginning to improve, but you'll still experience cool evenings, so pack accordingly.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Santa Fe, NM:

seasonality of hotel rates in Santa Fe

Santa Fe, NM: Prices by Star Rating Class

Below we've posted 3 graphs illustrating avg. nightly cost patterns by star rating class in Santa Fe, NM. Browse these illustrations to evaluate the best time period to make a reservation in Santa Fe for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotels in Santa Fe, NM

4 Star Average Prices: $229.13

If it's luxury you're after, you'll find plenty of fantastic options in Santa Fe. La Fonda on the Plaza is one of the city's most luxurious options. It's located right in the city's historic plaza and is surrounded by over 100 restaurants. This Spanish-style building has over 300 years of history as a resort and prides itself on being the ultimate luxury resort for visitors to Santa Fe. Here, you'll find an outdoor pool, an on-site spa, a fitness center, and a restaurant where you can enjoy some local Southwestern cuisine.

Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi is a gorgeous modern hotel that has been designed with indigenous artwork in mind. The Rosewood Inn is a five-star hotel located right in the center of the city and is within walking distance of the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi and the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts. Enjoy an in-room massage or head to the 24-hour fitness center to work up a sweat. Then enjoy an indulgent meal in the hotel's restaurant.

If you want a touch of luxury within walking distance of all of the best sights in the city, Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe is another great option. Get yourself a room with a terrace where you can enjoy your breakfast and look out over the city as everyone wakes up and begins their day. There is a restaurant and bar on-site where you can dine al fresco on those warm Sante Fe summer nights.

4 Star Hotel Prices in Santa Fe

Affordable Hotels in Santa Fe, NM

3 Star Average Prices: $124.93

Santa Fe is a big city with tons of affordable hotel options to choose from. Motel 6 Santa Fe Central is a good choice if you want to be right downtown. Although it's in the city center, it's on a secluded road, which means you can still enjoy a quiet night's sleep. Rooms have microwaves and refrigerators, so you can bring a few meals back to your room. There's also an indoor pool and spa tub where you can relax no matter what the temperature drops to outside.

Santa Fe Suites is a lovely suburban option. It's located just south of the downtown area and offers visitors plenty of free parking. It's an especially good option if you are going to be skiing, as it's only half a mile from the Santa Fe Ski Area. Rooms include a complimentary continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi.

Americas Best Value Lamplighter Inn is a motel right in downtown Santa Fe. It's surrounded by tons of restaurants, cafes, and bars and is within walking distance of the New Mexico State Capitol Building. The motel has an indoor pool and spa tub, and your stay includes a complimentary continental breakfast.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Santa Fe

2 Star Average Prices: $77.50

2 Star Hotel Prices in Santa Fe

Santa Fe, NM Hotels with Discounts

You can find a variety of great discounts available in Santa Fe. If you are a AAA member, check out the Comfort Suites right in downtown Santa Fe. They also offer a senior discount. You can receive up to 10 percent off your room price if you bring your AAA card or have proof of your senior status. The hotel has an indoor pool, spa, and fitness center. Rooms also include a complimentary continental breakfast.

If you're headed to Santa Fe with a large group, the Lodge at Santa Fe offers great group discounts. If you book between November 1 and March 31, you will receive one complimentary room for every 20 rooms you book per night. Each guest in the group will also receive complimentary drink tickets. No matter when you book, always ask what their group rate is. Even during peak months like August, the hotel has offered discounts of up to 50 percent on each room.

Best Value Options in Santa Fe, NM

Many hotels in Santa Fe offer a great rate while still giving guests tons of amenities. The Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza is one of them. It's located right in the historic district of the city and is surrounded by tons of shopping and dining options. During the winter months, they offer a shuttle to the ski area. The hotel has two restaurants and a cafe on-site in case you want to have a relaxing night in. There's also an outdoor pool, a spa tub, and a fitness center, so you can stay fit during your trip. For a small added fee, you can even bring your pet with you.

If you enjoy casinos, the Cities Of Gold Casino Hotel is great value for the money, especially if you win some during your stay. The hotel also has a nightclub and three restaurants. Your stay includes a full hot and cold buffet breakfast, too.

Best Restaurants in Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe has so many restaurants, it can be hard to decide which is the best. Whether you're looking for some authentic Mexican food, a bit of Southwestern cuisine, or you want to indulge in a fine dining experience, you'll find it all in Santa Fe.

If it's authentic Mexican you're after, head to Cafe Pasqual's. All of the meat and produce that they use is organic and naturally raised. They're open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and serve delicious Mexican classics all day long. It's a really popular place no matter the time of day, so be prepared to wait. It'll be worth it. Their mole enchiladas are a hit with the locals. The breakfast menu offers Mexican-style pancakes and mouthwateringly good barbacoa and eggs.

If you came to Santa Fe to sample some Southwestern-style food, go to The Shed. It's located a block away from the plaza and is open for lunch and dinner. The pollo adobo is made with a house-made marinade, and you'll be begging for the recipe. The southwest grilled shrimp is another option if you want to sample some southwest seasonings.

For fine dining with a twist, be sure to book a table at The Compound Restaurant on Canyon Road. Chef Mark Kiffin has delicately balanced fine dining fare with southwestern flavors. The menu is seasonal and uses high-end ingredients like foie gras and tuna and mixes them with unique spices. The restaurant also puts on menus for holidays and can cater private dining if you want something really special. Dining at The Compound Restaurant is truly an experience — just be sure to make a reservation a few nights in advance.

Whether you're looking for a luxury getaway in Santa Fe or you want a simple and affordable place to sleep so that you can splurge on sightseeing and great food, you'll find a hotel to suit your needs in downtown Santa Fe.

Travel overview of Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe has long been one of the United States' favorite destinations among upscale travelers, mainly because of its chic flair. Its irresistible appeal is based on firm-grounds: Santa Fe is one of the nation's earliest and most beautiful cities. Santa Fe has been built by the Hispanic missionaries long before Pilgrims stepped foot. Summer sunsets make Santa Fe even more beautiful, with pinks and vermilions seen all over the sky, far above the Hemez Mountains. The capital of New Mexico sits high at the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, blessed with the beauty of numerous baroque churches and adobe houses. Newer galleries have been erected, attracting more and more art-lovers worldwide. About 1.5 million tourists descend annually from the rest of North America to grapple what remains of the classic beauty. Though much has been replaced by the urban sprawl across town, Santa Fe still has a lot to like. On most evenings of summer, Santa Fe plays host to numerous opera, some of which are held outdoors.

Government Per Diem Rates in Santa Fe, NM Chart

Below are the GSA reimbursement limits for hotel spending in Santa Fe, NM excluding taxes per night. See gsa.gov for more details.

Applies to Santa Fe

Season BeginSeason EndLodging RateMeals & Incidentals
October 1, 2017December 31, 2017$119.00$64.00
January 1, 2018February 28, 2018$97.00$64.00
March 1, 2018September 30, 2018$119.00$64.00

Verified reviews of the city of Santa Fe

Below are reviews of the city of Santa Fe, NM from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Fabulous accommodations!"
Score 4.0 / 5

As always, the great food. Refreshing climate, great hikes, plenty of history & wonderful meals.

Chris S., from 30-Oct-2017
"Fantastic Stay!"
Score 5.0 / 5

It's a beautiful and enchanting city!

Heidi F., from 09-Oct-2017
"Expensive But Very Fun"
Score 4.0 / 5

Love Santa Fe, lots to do but on the expensive side.

Nicolas R., from 09-Feb-2017
"Magical Place to Visit"
Score 4.0 / 5

Santa Fe has a beautiful magic to it, walking around at night in the downtown area is unmatched by any other place!

Amy G., from 09-Nov-2014
"Rich and Vibrant Culture "
Score 4.0 / 5

The city of Santa Fe is filled with culture, Indian jewelry and shopping. It is an easy drive & hike to the mountains. There are some great museums, galleries and especially food with great restaurants nearby. Overall, the people are so diverse as I heard so many languages spoken. A week was almost not enough!

Terri V B., from 31-Aug-2014
"Numerous Points of Interest"
Score 5.0 / 5

We liked the visit to White Rock, Chimayo Santario and the Loretto Chapel. The visit to St. Francis Cathedral was also a nice visit.

Belinda W., from 24-Mar-2014
"Great hospital"
Score 4.0 / 5

Great hospital Christus St. Vincent.

Peter M., from 23-Nov-2013
The average traveler rating of the city of Santa Fe, NM shown above is 4.3 out of 5 based on 7 reviews
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