Happy Holiday Greetings from everyone at the Inn on the Alameda!
All of us at the Inn are hopeful for a happy and prosperous holiday season, and a New Year of abundance and health. The Schepps Family have been owner-operators now for 34 years, and we’ve never seen a year like the one we just had – and the challenges are not yet over. It has often been said that “it is always darkest before the dawn”, and this winter looks like it could be a dark one. But there is a glow on the horizon: Vaccines and new treatments that should allow for the resumption of more normal life by Springtime!
Small businesses, restaurants and independent hotels have been hit extraordinarily hard this year, with many already having shuttered their doors. But for those of us with a loyal customer base, and a degree of good fortune, have managed to hold on. However, the next few months will be critical.
We believe a new dawn is approaching.
Santa Fe remains one of the most enchanting destinations in the world and Conde Nast just listed the Inn on the Alameda as the #3 Best Hotel in the Southwest. Recognition such as this, is the kind of reward that leaves us confident that we will be there – for you – when you feel ready to visit us again.
We hope you and yours are all healthy – and that we celebrate this holiday with a bright outlook and high spirits. You are always welcome at the inn, any time, day or night.
Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you soon,
Your friends at The Inn on the Alameda
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