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A credit card security deposit is required. You must be at least 21 to check- in. The resort collects a mandatory Transient Occupancy Tax at check-in, for the number of nights reserved. The resort offers a business center in the resort lobby with internet access.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Great stay, close to the main square
Reviewed 1 november, 2021
The good: very friendly service, the staff will go out of their way to make sure you have a good trip. The one bedroom room we had was wonderful, bedroom and bathroom was large. Nice living area, the kitchen had about all you need to cook except a oven. Two BBQ’s that we used most nights, never seen another person use them. The grounds are very clean and well taken care of. Laundry room in the main lobby area worked well. Very close to the main square where all the shopping is, maybe 7-10 minutes max. The bad: every parking space gets used by end of day. If you have a full size truck with a quad cab get back early or you might not find a space. I had to back in, then pull out of the spot and back all the way out to the road. If your in a unit near the main road, very loud at night. There is a little sitting area outside by the BBQ’s but that is it, really limited. The hood in the kitchen is so low you have to bend over to see the back burner. We had a college dorm refrigerator/freezer and a medium size refrigerator/freezer unit, if your going to cook make sure you have the larger one also.
Reviewed 10 august, 2021
The hotel was beautiful and the concierge was very friendly and helpful, providing us with information about local restaurants and shops. We loved it here and the location was terrific. The mattresses and bedding were also extremely comfortable - wonderful place to stay in Santa Fe!
Welcoming and walkable area
Reviewed 27 june, 2021
Smaller than the resorts we usually stay in and didn't have a pool. The evenings were cool and there was a cozy spot with a firepit to enjoy. Virginia was so helpful and welcoming and we enjoyed chatting with her about the area.
A whole week in The Land of Enchantment!!!
Reviewed 21 january, 2020
We were here for a whole week and wish it was longer! This location is located in a great area, not to far of a drive to Albuquerque or Taos. We were in NM for the Hot Air Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque. The room was very cozy and the limited kitchen was just enough for me to be able to make us breakfast before we started our days. Our room was the corner unit closest to the street, my only complaint is driveway is rocks and you could hear everytime someone drove onto the property and you could hear the cars drive by. But all in all it was really a great place and we'll be back forsure. The staff was also very friendly and helpful.
Great location, quiet and comfortable
Reviewed 12 october, 2019
We spent a week in a studio here and were very happy with the unit. The décor is traditional Santa Fe and they made good use of the space. The bathroom is not crowded and there is a decent amount of counter space. The kitchen is workable with two burners (the vent hood is pretty low, so that space is a bit cramped), a good-sized mini fridge, dishwasher and microwave and utensils. The fireplace is super simple, all you have to do is turn a timer switch and it is on. There is a small table and chairs for two that is comfortable for eating, but not for sitting and watching a movie. An armchair or small sofa would be nice but there probably isn’t enough room. The location is ideal; for people who like walking, most places in town are accessible on foot, and parking can be difficult. We drove to some places that were further, but were able to get to the Railyard, the Farmers Market, downtown, etc. on foot. There are a few things I would change if it were my property; I’d assign the parking spots because there are basically enough for each unit to have one space, but depending on how many cars are there at any given time, you may have to park at the furthest possible spot from your unit, especially in the evening. I’d also include internet access for owners with Wyndham. The cost should be rolled into the unit cost. I personally like to do Trip Adviser reviews real time when my memory is fresh, and I spend my mornings reviewing what we saw, did and ate the day before. I don’t want to have to go to a Starbucks or the lobby (I found out the last day that internet is free there) just to do this and check my email, etc. The internet access is already here, and as an owner I resent having to pay for the privilege of using it. Every other major hotel we stay with comps internet usage.