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Whether it’s a romantic getaway, a quick Santa Fe business trip or an extended visit, the Inn on the Alameda welcomes guests to an experience they’re unlikely to forget.

Centrally located but tucked away discreetly behind adobe walls and lush desert gardens, the cozy accommodations feel immediately like home and make an ideal base from which to enjoy a relaxing vacation in Santa Fe or venture out to explore New Mexico and its many historic and cultural treasures.

Our friendly staff is knowledgeable about the entire Santa Fe, New Mexico area and can offer directions, honest restaurant recommendations and a wealth of other information to ensure that your visit to Santa Fe is a memorable one.

We are honored to share what our guests have to say about us…

“Breakfast alone saves $50 for a family of five. We will stay here from now on. Outstanding.” D. P. Frisco, CO

 The Inn represents the best Santa Fe has to offer. It’s tasteful, friendly and comfortable.” S.M. Dripping Springs, TX

“Many great memories in Santa Fe start with the Inn and the staff.” K.T. Danville, CA

“Don’t know when I have stayed at an inn or hotel anywhere that is more comfortable or hospitable.” M.O. New York, NY

“This is a lovely and enchanting place to stay. Would highly recommend to anyone.” D.S. Austin, TX

“The staff makes you feel like you’re home” K.J. Solvang, CA

“We have stayed at many fine hotels but this warm, inviting atmosphere is far above the others!” M.S. St. Simon’s, GA

“A more personal feel because it isn’t too big…and it is always good to see the same staff on our return visits.”C.P. Littleton, CO

Beautifully landscaped, immaculate upkeep, FRIENDLY staff, free parking and internet, breakfast and happy hour included.” S.H. Omaha, NE

“I am a very picky women, and I loved everything at the Inn. This is my favorite hotel from NYC to Hawaai.” P.L. Hattiesburg, MS

“As the president of a company, I travel frequently…the attitude and friendliness of your staff is in the very top tier of all the places I have stayed.”
B.B. Atlanta, GA

“Wonderful ambience, quality staff an marvelous attention to detail.” D. A. Estes Park, CO

“”The Inn is like a home away from home, very comfortable and safe for single women. We have never been in a place where all of the staff was so friendly and helpful.” B.B. San Diego, CA

The Inn on the Alameda has all the ingedients for a magical, romantic weekend.”
M.P. Flower Mound, TX

“A terrific visit, it felt like home and we appreciate the “green” aspects.” N.C. Tucson, AZ

“You exemplify all that’s good about Santa Fe, stunning decor, first-class amenities, and the wine hour is a delight.”
J.R New York, NY

“We are exceptionally impressed by the value, the great hospitality and the wonderful level of service.” J.M. Essex, England

“You have thought of everything which would make a visitor to your town have a wonderful stay.” F. N. Carmel, NY

“You have a gem of a hotel, well-located, extremely attractive and well-priced.”
P.O. Concord, NH

“I’ve stayed in a lot of hotels for business and pleasure. You are the best combination of B&B and private hotels I’ve found.”
K.C. Chicago, IL

“This will continue to be a place that we will recommend to everyone we know. We made a special trip this time just to stay here!” D. M. Gilbert, AZ

“We enjoyed the decor, the ambiance, the breakfast, the friendly staff and the atmosphere of pure relaxation at your Inn.”
S.T. Cherry Hill, NJ

“We travel as much as possible and your Inn is now at the top of our lists for one of our best choices… very friendly – clean – beautiful – perfect!”
J.C. Lostant, IL

“We really appreciate the location and nice amenities of the Inn, but the incredible staff is what brought us back!” H.E. Park Hill, OK

“The Inn is intimate with exceptional services and just far enough from the bustle of town.” R.E. Alexandria, VA

“The Inn was highly recommended…and I was delighted with it! It’s obvious that you take pride in your accommodations.”
M.B. Sedona, AZ

“Everyone working here, front desk, bar, breakfast, was very polite, friendly and helpful. A wonderful atmosphere is created by their friendliness.” M.M. Gloucester, MA

“Everyone was exceptionally nice, the grounds were beautifully kept, and the location was perfect. This is a very relaxing place to stay.”
S.M. Houston, TX

“It was a pleasure to be introduced to Santa Fe by such lovely people amidst such wonderful accommodations.”
I.S. Cherry Hill, NJ

“Hospitality with a capital H!!!” B.D. Dover, NH

We love it at your hotel – like a home away from home.”
M.T. Bethesda, MD

“We would never consider staying anyhere else! Your Inn is wonderful and we will recommend it highly to anyone we know.” L.J. Monroe, CT

The Inn was exceptional in all aspects!
It exceeded all my expectations.”
A.G. Brentwood, CA

“This quaint country inn lies within walking distance of bustling Canyon Road and serves a hearty Breakfast of Enchantment featuring things like hot croissants stuffed with green chile and tomatoes. There’s also a complimentary wine and cheese reception in the lounge every evening.”

Phoenix Magazine – February 2013

The Inn, while giving the impression of being a private getaway far from the pulse of downtown, was actually right in the heart of the action – walking distance, it turns out, from almost all of the city’s main attractions. …The Inn istelf is intimate, with a series of casitas housing rooms of different sizes and styles, all in the ubiquitous pueblo style. Enormous vigas (long, heavy wood rafters that support the roof in American Indain and Spanish architecture) run the length of the hotel lobby, from which breakfast is served everfy morning – one of the livelier and most scenic breakfasts we had in Santa Fe, especially if you sit outside on the floer-dotted patio and migle with guests hailing from near and far.”

Coast Magazine – November 2012

“My favorite hotel in Santa Fe just happens to be located around the corner from Canyon Road. The Inn on the Alameda is an attractive Pueblo-style property with 72 spacios rooms, many with French doors and balconies…it’s popular with older travelers. I suspect it has something to do with the elaborate breakfasts and the daily wine and cheese happy hour, both of which are gratis for guests. And really, who in their right mind wouldn’t love a deal like that?”

gadling.com – October 2012

“The signature Breakfast of Enchantment (at the Inn on the Alameda) features baked goods from several local bakeries. Gluten-free and vegan travelers can enjoy organic farm-to-table gluten-free fritattas, gluten-free breads and vegan cookies, even non-dairy milks and yogurts.”

todaytraveltoday.com – September 2012

“Santa Fe has an upscale reputation, but you really don’t have to spend an arm or a leg to stay there. We loved the Inn on the Alameda where….rates will get you not only a pretty New Mexico-flavored room (painted bathroom tiles, kiva fireplaces in suites) with a great bed, but also a free hot breakfast, a free wine and cheese hour, free parking and free wWiFi. And it’s an easy walk from the hotel to the downtown Plaza.”

Austin Statesman – September 2012

“The Inn on the Alameda (where, our editors say, it’s all about privacy and a sense of place) is celebrating Santa Fe’s growing reputation as a food city with diverse cuisine and a popular farmers’ market.”

travelandleisure.com – August 2012

“On the heels of the Rand McNally/USA Today Best of the Road contest, where Santa Fe, New Mexico was voted the city in America Best for Food, the Inn on the Alameda offers travelers the chance to sample Santa Fe’s cuisine with a Fresh Santa Fe package.”

The Daily Meal – August 2012

“There are flashier, more cosseting hotels here, but there’s a reason this unassuming “old Santa Fe” inn at the edge of downtown has lasted as long as it has…..The 71 individually designed rooms are charming and comfortable (especially their plump beds), many with wood-burning fireplaces and patios, and get my vote for the best value in town.”

forbes.com – July 2012

“The true test of great accommodations for us is how helpful the staff can be in enjoying the town. Inn on the Alameda ranks right up at the top of the list. We really have never been treated nicer, had such great suggestions from the staff and enjoyed ourselves more at any place we have stayed. Every member of the staff at Inn on the Alameda was incredibly friendly and helpful in picking places to go during the day, making reservations for dinner at night and making sure our vacation was going well. Guests soon recognize that the knowledge staff members have of their city and its surroundings in one of the Inn’s chief assets.”

edmondlifeandleisure.com – July 2012

“Immediately, we were enchanted by the Inn’s leafy garden setting beside the Santa Fe River and its charming Pueblo-style architecture. Inside, warm woods. a kiva fireplace and authentic decorative elements in the lobby library spoke of simplicity and Southwest aesthetic…We lingered long in the easeful, welcoming atmosphere.”

culturetripper.com – June 2012

“In the heart of Old Santa Fe, Inn on the Alameda offers the luxury of one of the Southwest’s best small hotels with the secluded ambience of a country B&B. Just a block from the art galleries of Canyon Road and three blocks from the historic Plaza, the Inn is within strolling distance of most of Santa Fe’s cultural attractions….A lavish breakfast buffet (including gluten-free and vegan options), free parking and wi-fi add value and pleasure to a stay. Daily complimentary wine-and-cheese rceptions are very popular with guests, who gather every afternoon ….to chat about the day’s experienceand plan evening activities.”

Examiner.com – May 2012

“Rest and Renew. The Inn on the Alameda is a Southwest-style hotel nestled in the heart of Santa Fe. Perks include…..complimentary wine and cheese every afternoon.”

Ladies Home Journal – April 2012

“I like this offering because the inn gets good user reviews and, unlike some other hotels, it doesn’t slap on resort fees or charge for parking. Its room rates include continental breakfast, an afternoon wine reception and free Wi-Fi.”

LATimes.com – February 2012

“This total-recall GM is Debbie Swanson…the personificatin of a hands-on manager, and partly for that reason, the Inn on the Alameda has an especially attentive, anticipatory staff…What closes the deal for me is the hotel’s prime location…New Mexico in general, and Santa Fe in particular, are enchanting. Splendid hotels such as the Inn on the Alameda are among the reasons why.”

airlineanddestinations.com – December 2011

“Just a 5-minute walk from Canyon Road, the Inn on the Alameda serves as an ideal launching pad to explore Santa Fe’s diverse neighborhoods and eclectic art galleries….This earthern, adobe hideaway hotel straddles Old Santa Fe and feels like a second home…What’s more, the Inn on the Alameda offers an array of packages especially suited to the interests of its active, worldly clientele.”

Sherman’s Travel – December 2011

“This year, our late October stay was enjoyed from the pleasant, strategic location of the Inn on the Alameda. The Inn offers a very comfortable, adobe-style Santa Fe experience with outside balconies perfect for enjoying Santa Fe’s yearly 300-plus days of sunshine, a complimentary gourmet continental breakfat, free parking and a “concierge-trained” front desk.”

Senior Messenger – December 2011

“The Inn on the Alameda, three blocks from Santa Fe’s famous Plaza, offers a wine and cheese tasting every afternoon from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. The gathering is free for guests and provides a wonderful way to meet others who are staying in the hotel.”

San Fernando Valley Sun – December 2011

“(The Inn) includes accommodations, breakfast daily, daily afternoon wine and cheese receptions, free Wi-Fi in guestrooms and public rooms, free local and toll-free calls and free parking.”

MontrealGazette.com – September 2011

“…because the inn is located downtown, tucked behind thick adobe walls and surrounded by colorful gardens, this tantalizing oasis is only a short stroll away from the city’s most popular attractions.”

PrimeLiving.com – September 2011

“This 71-room oasis near Canyon Road, Santa Fe’s art strip, offers organic breakfast (items) every morning. Guests relax each evening with a wine-and-cheese happy hour.”

Art & Auction – July 2011

“This cozy oasis of 71 rooms and suites, located at the foot of Canyon Road, Santa Fe’s art strip, keeps guests coming back with its gracious service and delicious breakfasts.”

Modern Painters Magazine – June 2011

“Get B&B-style hospitality at the 71-room Inn on the Alameda, where guests mingle at the daily wine and cheese hour service held each evening in the sunny sitting room. Book one of the casitas with a private terrace and a fireplace, or grab a bottle of white wine from the bar…and sip it in one of the two outdoor hot tubs.”

nymagazine.com – May 2011

“We stayed at the Inn on the Alameda, a friendly 71-room hotel located a stone’s throw from Canyon Road and just moments from the Plaza. The Inn has a variety of comfortable accommodations…and ours even had a fireplace and logs neatly stacked in front of the door. A generous continental breakfast is served daily, and there is a complimentary wine and cheese hour every afternoon.”

thecuttingedgenews.com – May 2011

“I’m a professional photographer from Los Angeles, living and working in Germany and due to my jobs in fashion and advertising, travel quite a lot to locations to work where most people go to vacation….On more than one of my trips back to the Southwest, I’ve stayed at what now my favorite “home away from home”, the Inn on the Alameda in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I was impressed with their website, and it made me curious to experience the atmosphere and style that they transported in their website, peaceful, luxurious in a southwest style that combines the old west feeling with all the modern conveniences that are necessary for my jobs and for vacationers with the desire to take a break from the hustle and bustle of daily stress and simply lay back and enjoy… that’s what I got from the website and was certainly not disappointed when I experienced the Inn on my trip. From the ambience, the personnel and the excellent cuisine…The combination from website as teaser to the real life experience, a perfect one-to-one fit…”

vandelaydesign.com/blog – May 2011

“The 71-room Inn on the Alameda, located near Canyon Road, noted for its blocks of upmarket galleries, consists of a series of Pueblo-style buildings that are fronted by adobe walls and edged by small gardens laced with cottonwood and aspen trees. The Inn’s lobby, decorated with book cases, comfortable chairs, a fireplace and a Native American rug, feels more like a living room than a registration area. In the adjacent Agoyo lounge, we exchange tips and attraction reviews with the other guests during the complimentary, afternoon wine and cheese hour and during breakfast, which is included with the room rate. Even though some of the hotel’s brochures list the morning meal as continental, the buffet always features one hot item–maybe a frittata or a croissant stuffed with green chile—as well as cold cereals, fruit, pastries, yogurt and bread plus, to satisfy some special diets, soy milk and gluten-free treats. Standard rooms, most of which come with a patio or a balcony, are a good size, but the bathrooms, although remodeled, remain small. Suites, in separate one-story buildings set back from the road, have pull-out sofas for children. We really like the quiet, back courtyard location of our unit. The porch with its table and chairs proves perfect for morning coffee and evening star gazing. The pine beds, local pottery, and Native American blankets evoke the region without being fussy. Other nice touches for the Inn on the Alameda: free parking, complimentary Wi-Fi and a 10% discount on room rates for repeat guests. ”

bellaonline.com – April 2011

“Inn on the Alameda, located between the Santa Fe Plaza and Canyon Road, has 71 rooms…and offers a three-night Taste the City Different package…which includes cooking classes, demonstrations, and a culinary walking tour…”

New York Times – March 2011

“This small luxury hotel has 71 rooms, many with fireplaces. And even if it is located near the Plaza, it is an oasis of calm and serenity, with ceramic tile and small gardens around the adobe bungalows. The breakfasts are hearty and, late in the afternoon, they offer tastings of wine and cheese.”

cyberpresse.ca – February 2011

“This quiet inn is within walking distance of the Plaza’s shops and restaurants as well as the galleries on Canyon Road.”

amnewyork.com – January 2011

“The Inn on the Alameda is situated at the foot of Canyon Road, the address of Santa Fe’s leading art galleries, and is within walking distance of more historic areas, museums and fine restaurants. It is within walking distance of the Plaza.

The Inn is a cluster of eight adobe buildings joined by meandering paths and beautiful gardens. The buildings have been a part of Santa Fe for years and the Inn has taken great pains to create a simple yet luxurious range of accommodations. The rooms are spacious and are appointed in Santa Fe style furnishings.

In the mornings, the Inn provides a complimentary breakfast buffet in the bright and cheerful common room off the main lobby. We enjoyed muffins, pastries, fruit and an excellent warm frittata. Fresh squeezed juices and fresh ground coffee added to a wonderful way to start the morning.

Each afternoon guests gathered to compare notes about their day of sightseeing and shopping and to plan where to go for dinner. A full cash bar was available but what people seemed to enjoy most was the variety of wines accompanied by fruit, bread, crackers and cheeses.”

stripedpot.com – December 2010

“The Inn on the Alameda is just blocks from the Plaza. With its adobe arechitecture and kiva fireplaces…it is quintessentially Santa Fe. A delicious breakfast is included.”

winnipegfreepress.com – November 2010

“We spent…another two nights at the charming Inn on the Alameda located just a few blocks from the city-center plaza – a quiet, relaxing oasis nestled in the middle of the hustle and bustle of this major tourist destination. This property is extremely well-appointed and well-maintained and offers an outstanding, deluxe continental breakfast, as well as an afternoon wine and cheese reception.”

realtraveladventures.com – November 2010

“At the Inn, guests are coddled in traditional Pueblo-style architecture and surrounded by local artifacts and furnishings. Each day of adventure begins with their “Breakfast of Enchantment” buffet with traditional offerings.”

Flavors Magazine – September 2010

“If you’re seeking a more urban Santa Fe retreat, choose Inn on the Alameda, a luxury boutique property in the heart of downtown. The longtime devoted staff specialise in helping guests locate the perfect art for your home, or that one-of-a-kind statement jewellry piece.”

Destinations of the World News – September 2010

“Nestled in the heart of old Santa Fe is the enchanting boutique hotel, Inn on the Alameda. It’s comfortable and cozy and just a short stroll from the best of Santa Fe.”

Area Daily – August 2010

“El Inn on the Alameda es un lugar de partida para explorar la vida vibrante y artistica de Santa Fe, a un paso de los sitios de interes y restaurantes de la ciudad.”

El Nuevo Herald – August 2010

“Very comfortable in the tradition of old Santa Fe, with lovely, flowery, fountain-filled courtyards, is theInn on the Alameda, at which many opera friends, who want to splurge a bit, often stay.”

operawarhorses.com – July 2010

“The Inn on the Alameda has a great reputation,” says Steve Lewis, public relations for the Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau. “Its pricing is right in the middle. It’s a bargain in terms of staying downtown, a good value”…Located three blocks away from the historic plaza, the Inn on the Alameda offers a quiet reprieve within convenient walking distance of the city center. It’s the closest hotel to the popular Canyon Road art gallery district, just one block away.”

where2nowmag.com – June 2010

“…Santa Fe comes into view.The inns, restaurants and shopping are spectacular. The Inn on the Alameda, minutes from historic downtown, hides behind beautiful adobe walls. Lovely, western flowers and plants in secluded courtyards and beautifully decorated, warm, friendly rooms invite visitors to relax in a serene atmosphere.”

washingtontimes.com – June 2010

“Nestled in an artistic community, where inspiration seems to hang in the air, the Inn on the Alameda boasts special guest rooms. Beyond necessities like a soft bed and spacious bathroom are welcome extras like a gas fireplace, private balcony, free wi-fi, daily breakfast buffet and wine and cheese reception each evening. Mexican tile, handmade furniture, local artwork and war, colors lend design warmth.”

sundaypaper.com – May 2010

he Inn on the Alameda is just blocks from the Plaza. With its adobe architecture and kiva fireplaces in the rooms, it is quintessentially Santa Fe”

Calgary Herald – May 2010

“This boutique hotel property is actually a few different buildings with 71 rooms, each with its own distinct flair. The Inn on the Alameda is the closest lodging to Canyon Road in the heart of Santa Fe. With so much history, so much culture, so many diverse restaurants, and so much else to do, the Inn on the Alameda could be somewhere that you should sleep now…The Inn on the Alameda offers guests a lap of luxury; it also offers other amenities like free WiFi, HBO, cable television, 24 hour parking, drop off laundry service, fitness, spa, massage, as well as other perks.”

associatedcontent.com – May 2010

“Located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe near the art galleries of Canyon Road, the Inn on the Alameda presents boutique accommodations in rustic Pueblo-style decor. Named a Top 500 hotel by Travel and Leisure magazine for 2010, the Inn features 71 rooms and suites with handcrafted furnishings, regional artwork, deluxe linens and plush bedding. Two outdoor hot tubs provide a tranquil retreat, while a small exercise room offers workout opportunities…Continental breakfast is served daily, along with a wine-and-cheese reception in the lobby each evening”

USA Today – April 2010

“A deluxe room at the Inn on the Alameda is separate from the lobby and offers a sense of solitude and tranquility. Settle into a cozy king surrounded in authentic southwestern decor, hand-carved wood, Talavera tile and custom wrought iron. The included continental breakfast is more than enough to get you back on the (ski) hill in the morning.”

onthesnow.com – March 2010

“Coming in at number 4 on the T+L Best Hotel value, Inn on the Alameda is the perfect place to stay for a true Santa fe experience. Located in downtown Santa Fe, Inn on the Alameda is close to galleries, museums, restaurants and just about everything you’ll want to see. The 771-room hotel is decorated with a southwest decor which compliments the pueblo-style architecture. The hotel offers some wonderful amenities including: complimentary continental breakfast; wine-and-cheese reception every afternoon; luxurious Italian bed linens; and Brazilian cotton bathrobes”

associatedcontent.com – March 2010

“This adobe inn near the base of canyon Road offers large rooms (spring for the slightly pricier suites and you’ll get a private patio and a scene-setting kiva fireplace), complimentary breakfast, and afternoon wine and cheese.”

outtraveler.com – January 2010

“Situated in the heart of town between the Santa Fe Plaza and Canyon Road, the Inn on the Alameda provides cozy accommodations highlighted by stone courtyards, intimate patios and thick adobe walls. Featuring 71 artfully appointed rooms, the inn offers guests such amenities as Italian cotton bedding, plush Brazilian towels and robes, custom wrought-iron fixtures and private balconies. A generous continental breakfast buffet provides an array of pastries and freshly squeezed juices, while afternoon wine and cheese is served at the complimentary daily reception. A kiva fireplace in the courtyard keeps guests warm during the winter months.”

golflink.com – December 2009

“After driving for an hour through the arid yet beautiful state of New Mexico, we arrived at Santa Fe….we checked into our fashionable digs at the Inn on the Alameda, which is an extremely charming Bed & Breakfast very close to the center of town (called the Plaza).

butterflydiary.com – October 2009

“The Inn on the Alameda is my favorite Santa Fe hotel. Its location alone would make it the ideal place to stay, as it’s a five-minute walk to the Canyon Road shops and galleries, and a 15-minute walk to the Plaza. I also love the comfort of the casita-style rooms and suites, decorated in muted desert tones, with Kiva fireplaces, Mexican tile and Native American art, and many have private patios or balconies. Other amenities include free parking, the bountiful Breakfast of Enchantment, and afternoon wine and cheese.”

kentucky.com – Lexington News-Herald – August 2009

“The Pueblo adobe-style Inn on the Alameda is a midsize inn with a warming kiva fireplace that drwaws guests into the library/lounge, especially for wine-and-cheese hour. Think about staying in the inn’s two-room casitas – each casita has its own kiva. Th slumber party can carry on into the night, fueled with the never-ending supply of fresh pinon logs outside the door.”

Kansas City Star – August 2009

“Very comfortable in the tradition of old Santa Fe, with lovely, flowery, fountain-filled courtyards, is the Inn on the Alameda, at which manyopera friends, who want to splurge a bit, often stay.”

operawarhorses.com – August 2009

“To jibe with the Old World ambience of Santa Fe, consider booking one of the charming rooms at the Pueblo-style Inn on the Alameda. Daily wine and cheese receptions delight and nurture guests, most of whom choose to book the hotel’s reasonable Santa Fe vacation packages.”

San Antonio Magazine – July/August 2009

“Situated in the heart of town between the historic plaza and art-filled galleries of Canyon Road, the 71-room Inn on the Alameda is convenient to world-class museums, shopping, fine restaurants and local festivities. Its classic Pueblo-style architecture and Southwestern decor embody the timeless essence of Santa Fe.”

Westlake Magazine – July/August 2009

“I’ve been enamored with Santa Fe since I was a child. Sure, it’s changed through the years, but many icons remain…(you can) stay a bit closer to Canyon Road, but still (just) blocks from the Plaza at the friendly pueblo-syle Inn on the Alameda. Their daily wine-and-cheese happy hour keeps guests coming back year after year.”

Austin American-Statesman/statesman.com – July 2009

“We arrived at our hotel, Inn on the Alameda, in the heart of the art district right net to the lush green park area with the Santa Fe river running paralell to the hotel property. Such a wonderful mix of southwest landscaping and architecture! We were greeted by friendly professional and invited to spend an hour at the bar for wine and cheese tasting…mmm what a welcome!”

thequalityoflife.wordpress.com – May 2009

“The charming Inn on the Alameda features cozy rooms complete with fluffy Italian bathrobes.”

Cooking Light – April 2009

“…arrived in Santa Fe for a tour of the relaxing and peaceful Inn on the Alameda. This is exactly what we needed….The Inn had beautiful Southwestern garden courtyards surrounded by adobe walls, cozy and comfoprtable rooms, showcased Southestern flavor and traditional Pueblo-style architecture.”

theworldbyroad.com – April 2009

“The Inn on the Alameda, a 71-room adobe-style hotel, offers gardens, kiva fireplaces, and a generous continental breakfast. Its quiet setting at the foot of Canyon Road is just a five- or ten-minute walk from the historic center.”

AAA Mid-Atlantic – April 2009

“I asked for a hotel “reeking in Santa Fe charm” and the hotel where I ended up staying was so much more. The Inn on the Alameda is situated at the foot Canyon Road, address of Santa Fe’s leading art galleries, and is within walking distance of more historic areas, museums and fine restaurants.”

about.com – March 2009

“A quaint boutique hotel, if not a bed and breakfast, located along the Santa fe River and a moment’s walk from the Plaza and Canyon Road. The Inn on the Alameda is a wonderful place for families due to its friendly staff and the wonderful secluded casitas. ..If you are a first-time visitor to Santa fe, this is a great place to have your home base during your trip.”

thehotelreport.blogpot.com – February 2009

“Closer to home, the Inn on the Alameda is an intimate retreat that captures the essence of sophosticated Santa Fe, New Mexico. Spanish tiles, handmade furniture and Native American rugs comtribute to the hotels’ warm romantic atmosphere. Deluxe rooms and suites offer traditinal kive firaplecs – perfect for cuddling on chilly winter nights…The Inn is centrally located near Santa Fe’s renowned art galleries, mercados and restaurants – many specializing ion Southwestern cuisine.”

Ranch and Coast Magazine – January 2009

“While in town, stay at the Inn on the Alameda, a charming little boutique hotel, and the closest to one of the festival highlights, the Edible Art Tour, which lines Canyon Road, Santa Fe’s gallery district.”

Area Daily – January 2009

“An enchanting small hotel, in the heart of Santa Fe, between the historic Plaza and the art-filled galleries of Canyon Road.”

fabsearch.com – January 2009

“Round up your girlfriends for a trip to Santa Fe to experience one of the country’s most distinctive cities, and make the most of your getaway….at the Inn on the Alameda. You’ll get into the Santa Fe spirit spending two nights at the inn, with its Pueblo-style architecture and authentic Southwestern decor.”

Travel Girl – September 2008

 “The multicultural state capitol stays true to its roots while embracing art, weath and environment. Where else would the Subaru station wagon be so cool? On an earlier visit, the walk-to-almost-everything location of the Inn on the Alameda, the moderately luxurious rooms, substantial continental breakfast and afternoon wine and cheese enticed us to splurge.”

Arizona Daily Star – June 2008

“At the Inn on the Alameda, where I stayed two nights, the blazing hearth in the book-filled lounge invites sitting. I chose to hover close to my own kiva fireplace in my casita, a stack of firewood on its patio. It’s worthwhile to book a hotel near downtown (and) this small Pueblo-style inn is a Southwestern haven, a little adobe home. Complimentary breakfast is sumptuous. It’s an easy walk to Canyon Road galleries or downtown.”

St. Petersburg Times – February 2008

“Centrally located, the 71-room Inn on the Alameda offers an intimate hotel experience in Santa Fe. Attentive but not intrusive service makes this property ideal for guests who want to be pampered but not fussed over…Outstanding perks: free Wi-Fi, the buffet breakfast (definitely try the chile-and-cheese croissant – it’s to die for), and afternoon wine and cheese. It’s the perfect snack after you’ve checked in. Aspiring chefs, as well as thr pros, should book the Inn’s “Muy Sabrosa” package, which includes a cooking demonstration at the world-renowned Santa Fe School of Cooking. (And) within walking distance of the Inn is Canyon Road, a charming street lined with galleries and restaurants.”

OK Magazine – December 2007

“Conveniently situated one block from Canyon Road with its art galleries and upscale restaurants and a 15-minute walk from the Plaza, this charming inn of golden adobe (made more dazzling when etched against the blue Sangre de Cristo Mountains) is often referred to as “that enchanting small hotel in Santa Fe.” Its 71 rooms and suites, in a series of flower-bedecked casitas, are deorated in Southwestern style with Mexican tile, Native American art, Kiva fireplaces and secluded patios. The overall effect is one of soothing tranquillity. Couple that with the hospitable staff and such amenities as a bountiful complimentary breakfast, complimentary wine and cheese and free parking, and it’s no wonder the Inn on the Alameda attracts a loyal clientele.”

kentucky.com – December 2007

“The Inn on the Alameda is a very tranquil and peaceful location. With classic Pueblo-style architecture and attentive personal service, the old-world ambiance of Santa Fe flows hroughout the comfortable 71 rooms and communal areas of the Inn on the Alameda. Mexican tile, handmade furniture, hand-woven rugs, local artifacts, and traditional kiva fireplaces contribute to the hotel’s warm and inviting atmosphere. It is spacious, warmly inviting with its deco in warm colors and Southwest furnishings. The fireplace aglow on chilly nights invites you to curl up on a couch and enjoy one of the many books in the library. The large adjoining dining area offers breakfast and an evening wine and cheese reception…Across the street is a park with a path that follows along the river, offeing an excellent outdoor location to walk, jog, or just sit and enjoy the peaceful scenerty. The Inn’s central location makes it simple for guests to explore the nearby restaurants, art galleries, open-air mercados and one-of-a-kind boutiques that define the ‘City Different.'”

TravelLady Magzine – June 2007

“Situated halfway between Santa Fe’s historic Plaza and the art galleries that line Canyon Road, the sprawling, adobe-walled Inn on the Alameda has 71 pueblo-style rooms with comfortable Southwestern furnishings and access to garden courtyards. Once you’ve settled in, (you can) explore the city’s 200-plus art galleries, visit the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, and shop for antiques, Western wear and Native American jewlery around the downtown Plaza.”

Country Living – March 2007

“Ideally situated bewteen the Plaza and bustling Canyon Road, this little gem puts a regional spin on the bed-and-breakfast with its adobe walls, courtyard gardens and rustic decor.”

Elle Decor – January/February 2007

“Nestled between the historic Plaza and the art galleries of Canyon Road, the Inn on the Alameda offers kiva fireplaces, classic Pueblo-style architecture, an extensive breakfast buffet, and afternoon wine reception. The hotel’s cozy amosphere embodies the essence of Santa Fe and the spirit of the holiday season.”

Ranch & Coast Magazine – December 2006

“It was 10 o’clock at night and the kiva fireplace was blazing brightly in the library reception area of the Inn on the Alameda…The Inn’s 71 rooms vary in decor and amenities – some have patios or are tucked among courtyards of pinon pines and aspens. Some even have their own woodburning kiva fireplaces. The latter are worth the price – it’s so lovely to tuck ourself into bed and watch the crackling fire, easily replenished from the woodpile stacked high outside your door…The inn’s pueblo-style construction and gardens are an apt reflection of what’s special about Santa Fe itself, a city that celebrates its heritage…”

Contra Costa Times – October 2006

“In Santa Fe, we drove straight to the Inn on the Alameda. The Pueblo-style architecture and southwestern decor was fab, and the downtown location was excellent – walking distance to the best shops, galleries and museums. The Inn may have had the amenities of a small deluxe city hotel (fitness room, outdoor whirlpools, triple-sheeted beds), but its heart and soul was bed-and-breakfast. Service was so personal. Each morning, we tucked into a lavish buffet breakfast including buttery pastries, fresh sliced fruit and frittatas. At cocktail hour, guests gathered for complimentary wine, cheese, fruit and crackers…After one last cup of th Inn on the Alameda’s fine coffee, we hit the road again.”

Valley Magazine – Autumn 2006

“I checked in at the Inn on the Alameda, the city’ premier small, luxury hotel…Colorful tile, native timbers, adobe arches and wrought-iron accents make up the classic Southwestern design and create a relaxed and informal feel. On crisp nights, guests can gaze at the stars in the inn’s two outdoor hot tubs…An intimate retreat, the inn is small and relaxed with a knowledgeable staff that’s low-key and friendly. A lavish breakfast buffet with more than 25 gourmet items starts a day of exploring Santa Fe. Inn on the Alameda sits at the foot of Canyon Road, the center of one of Santa Fe’s most historic and artistic neighborhoods…Wandering around the Plaza and along Canyon Road can easily take most of the day. To wind down, head back to the inn for the daily wine and cheese reception or a Turquoise Margarita in the Agoyo Room.”

SouthPark Magazine – August 2006

“For those who don’t have a home in Santa Fe, we’ve discovered the next best thing. It’s the Inn on the Alameda, quietly nestled behind adobe walls in the vibrant heart of the city, just a block away from Canyon Road, the two mile, art gallery-infused street that conributes so much to Santa Fe’s artistic reputation. Shopping, another preoccupation of visitors to Santa Fe is just a 10-minute walk from the Inn, and quaint eateries serving the finest authentic Southwestern cuisine are also within comfortable walking distance…no matter what direction you take. The Inn on the Alameda conveys that laidback New Mexican style without being overbearing. Flowering courtyards abound at the Inn, with mmany of the rooms and suites featuring that romantic New Mexican touch: a kiva fireplace….Santa Fe may be the oldest capital city in the country, but today it’s all about rejuvenation of the spirit, cultural enlightenment and the gift of serenity; and The Inn on the Alameda lets you enjoy it all…right on your doorstep.”

Beverly Hills Courier – June 2006

“Of note, the Inn on the Alameda provides spectacular yet relatively incognito accommodations in a cozy setting located within walking distance of the Plaza and biking trailheads. Priced more reasonably than expected…the establishment hosts a wonderful wine-and-cheese party each evening for its guests. The breakfasts at this bed and breakfast are healthy and lavish, great before a ride.”

Mountain Flyer Magazine – Summer 2006

“The Inn on the Alameda, set within the town’s historic district, is a Southwestern-style building with adobe walls, dark exposed beams and bright ceramic tile accents. Be sure to walk down Canyon Road, one of the main drags for art galleries, and then take a detour of a few blocks to the Plaza, the bustling, historic heart of Santa Fe since the 1600s.”

Family Circle Magazine – May 2006

“A gem of charm and comfort, the Inn on the Alameda includes breakfast, plus happy hour…comfortable rooms and a friendly staff will keep you coming back.”

OC Metro – March 2006

“We stayed at the Inn on the Alameda, an ideally situated, quiet hotel that creates a classic Santa Fe adobe ambience without overdoing it. Just three blocks fom the historic plaza, it’s just one block from Canyon Road, a historic street that is home to more than 100 art and crafts galleries. Included in the inn’s room rates is its substantial continental breakfast buffet that can do double duty as lunch, it’s so loaded with quiches, pastries, fruits, cereals and breads.”

San Diego Union – March 2006

“The Inn on the Alameda is a lovely, well priced property situated just off the Plaza. With 71 spacious rooms and suites, Egyptian cotton bedding…the inn is ideal for both summer and winter visits.”

Culture and Leisure Magazine – Winter 2006

“For a night of special charm and ambiance in Santa Fe, book a room at the timeless Inn – one of the most romantic places to be found anywhere.”

Volusia Magazine – Fall 2005

“On our trip to this unique arts Mecca, we stayed at the Inn on the Alameda, just paces from Canyon Road and mere blocks from the Plaza. The rooms are spacious; the pillows heavenly. Plush robes, a fireplace and a tiny patio with rose-colored walls offer the three R’s: rest, relaxation and romance.”

Southern Exposure Magazine – October 2005

“The Inn on the Alameda, conveniently situated…this charming golden adobe is set against the blue Sangre de Cristo mountains…The overall effect is one of soothing tranquility coupled with a hospitable staff and such amenities as a bountiful complimentary breakfast, afternoon wine and cheese and free parking.”

City Leisure – September 2005

“For those who come from afar, there is an exceptional package between one of the most charming and intimate hotels, the Inn on the Alameda, and the Santa Fe School of Cooking. The Inn on the Alameda includes one of the best breakfasts around, and that means green chile-stuffed croissants, teeming with roasted and chopped green chile plus turkey.”

theculturedtraveler.com – October 2005

“The Inn on the Alameda has 2,500 square feet of meeting space including a secluded and well-lit confrence center (accommodating up to 40) and the New mexico-style boardroom, with its kive fireplace (which can host 24). ..And although the 71-room inn g\does not have a restaurant, it offers a gourmet buffet – included ib the room rate – for breakfast….In addition to that, each afternoon, the inn offers a complimentary wine and cheese reception.”

Smart Meetings – July 2005

“The Inn on the Alameda, one of Santa Fe’s most notable places, is the closest hotel to Canyon Road, considered one of Santa Fe’s most historic and artistic neighborhoods. The Inn…features a classic Southwestern theme that incoporates adobe, tile and native woods. Courtyards, patios and balconies with landscaping that features native plants are just a few stellar hotel characteristics.”

The Oklahoman – May 2005

“We stayed at the Inn on the Alameda, an ideally situated, quiet hotel that creates a classic Santa Fe adobe ambience without overdoing the turquoise. Just three blocks from the city’s historic Plaza, it’s one block from Canyon Road, a historic street that is home to more than 100 art and craft galleries. Included in the Inn’s room rate is its substantial continental buffet, which can do double duty as lunch, it’s so loaded with quichees, pastries, fruits, cereals and breads.”

Washington Times – April 2005

“We stayed at the Inn on the Alameda, a small luxury hotel….It is ideally located on the edge of the old town…close to things but away from traffic. Big benefits, included in the rate, were the morning’s lavish “Breakfast of Enchantment” and the afternoon’s wine and cheese reception.”

Orange County/Long Beach Seniors – February 2005

“An ideal base for museum and gallery hopping, the 71-room Inn on the Alameda across from Canyon Road, stands only a short walk from the historic city center. With its ochre adobe facade, portal and sturdy Southwestern design of tile, courtyards and exposed pine and aspen beams, the Inn has more of a cozy bed-and-breakfast feel, with a superbly attentive staff and nifty amenities like an oversized breakfast buffet, afternoon wine and cheese (4-5pm), ample parking and free local calls…For value and luxury this lovely property is hard to beat!”

Coral Gables Gazette – January 2005

“All in all, I truly felt I was quite far from my everyday life…the staff was very hospitable…the quiet and private hotel is within walking distance of the Plaza, the center of town….(with) individually decorated accommodations.”

ceotraveler.com – December 2004

“Pulling up to the soothing ochre adobe buildings of the Inn on the Alameda was a tonic for my travel ravaged soul. Check in was fast and efficient…My room was huge, airy, tasetfully appointed in Southwestern decor…I walked to the nearby hot tub, and lolled amidst a froth of bubbles, breathing in the pinon-scented air…Any direction you turn, the Inn is situated walking distance from something wonderful…also a short drive from such local treasures as various Indian pueblos….”

BootsnAll.com – October 2004

“The Inn on the Alameda, one of Santa Fe’s premier small luxury resorts, exists to satisfy those visitors seeking passage to the heart of northern New Mexico. Both a refuge from tourist congestion and a gateway to the cultural treasures and natural splendors of Santa Fe, the Inn is tucked away at the foot of Canyon Road, one of the city’s most historic and artistic neighborhoods…The Inn’s human scale invites intimacy and ensures pivacy. Amenities are gracious, but not distracting in their variety. It is assumed by the management that the Inn’s guests have come to experience the richness of Santa Fe…the Inn’s staff is dedicated to sending guests back home not just filled with souvenirs and trinkets, but enlightened with the sense that their adventure has been rewarding to the mind and spirit.”

Aventura Magazine – August 2004

“The Inn on the Alameda has always been one of my very favorite places to stay…guest rooms and suites each capture the essence of the Southwest and Santa Fe in the individual style of handmade furniture and local artwork…the efficient staff was ever present to delight guests with personal attention and service. Most of the staff are native to the area, and the knowledge that they have of their city and its surrounding area is one of the Inn’s chief assets.”

Houston Tribune – August 2004

“The Inn on the Alameda is in a perfect location bewteen Canyon Road and the Plaza. We stayed here years ago when it first opened and returned…(and it) retains the same wonderful personalized service. Eight buildings hold the reception area, accommodations conference rooms, spa, fitness room, guest laundry (a wonderful addition for long staying guests or families). Several foliage-filled courtyards are here and there, and even the parking lots are nicely landscaped. The architecture adobe, of course…We loved our stay at the Inn. It has most everything one would need for a delightful vacation – spa, meetings rooms if needed, lovely common areas – all at very good value.”

scubamom.com – June 2004

“The Inn on the Alameda is a small luxury hotel with 69 individually designed rooms and suites. Courtyards, patios and balconies are in harmony with flowering native plants and the Pueblo-Spanish style of open-air informality.”

Chicago Star – January 2004

“Near the Plaza and Canyon Road is one of the Southwest’s best small hotels. Alameda means “tree-lined lane,” and this one perfectly complements the inn’s location…The adobe architecture and enclosed courtyards strewn with climbing rose vines combine a relaxed New Mexico country atmosphere with the luxury and amenities of a top-notch hotel…The solicitous staff is first-rate.”

Fodor’s New Mexico – 2004

“Just across the street from the bosque-shaded Santa Fe River sits the Inn on the Alameda, a cozy stop for those who like the services of a hotel with the intimacy of an inn…The trees surrounding the inn – cottonwoods and aspens – make you feel as though you’re in a tree house when you step out on some of the balconies. If you’re an art shopper, this is an ideal spot because it’s a quick walk to Canyon Road.”

Frommer’s Santa Fe, Taos and Albuquerque – 2004