Inn of the Alameda is a small luxury Santa
Fe hotel that captures the spirit of the New Mexico Southwest,
one of the world's favorite travel destinations.
Secluded behind adobe walls yet nestled
between the historic Plaza and the fabulous galleries of
Canyon Road, the Inn offers the peace and tranquility in the
middle of this artistic downtown.
Accommodations are the rave of almost any
travel guide one reads. Aventura Magazine calls the
inn "Both a refuge from
tourist congestion and a gateway to the cultural treasures and
natural splendors of Santa Fe." Large airy
guestrooms with handmade furniture and local artwork are
individually decorated and available in Traditional, Deluxe or
Suites. Some rooms have kiva fireplaces to take the chill out
of crisp Fall evenings and some have private balcony or patio
to enjoy the rarefied, pinon scented air.
Relax in the frothy bubbles of the hot tubs
under brilliant blue skies, enjoy lively conversation in the
secluded courtyards under the stars, or curl up with a good
book in the tasteful lobby library beside the glowing kiva
fireplace. Extremely attentive staff and their helpful
knowledge of the city has been described by the Houston
Tribuneas "one of the
inn's chief assets".
Other hotels may offer breakfast but Inn on
the Alameda offers the "Breakfast of Enchantment", a
lavish feast so loaded with quiches, pastries, fresh fruits
and more that it could cause you to forget about lunch.
Afternoons are a special time with the Inn's wine and cheese
hour where gourmet delicacies and world-class wines bring
friends old and new together after the days activities.
The Inn's superb location places you within
walking distance of some of the best Santa Fe has to offer.
One block away begins Canyon Road, the city's renowned gallery
district that boasts sculpture, paintings, glass, pottery,
fiber art, wearable art, tribal rugs, antiques and much more.
The month of February brings the Edible Art Tour, a benefit
weekend of fine art, food and wine that draws visitors from
the farthest reaches. The historic plaza features Indian
pueblos that enlighten visitors on the Native American
experience. A short drive will take you into the mystical
Sangre de Cristo (Blood of Christ) Mountains for contemplative
hikes and awe-inspiring sunrises. Adventure seekers will find
white water rafting, mountain climbing and miles of visibility
under the skies of New Mexico, aptly named the "Land of
of the Alameda
you can expect...
- Lavish continental breakfast
- Afternoon wine and cheese reception
- Morning newspapers
- Guest e-mail center
- Complimentary local and 800-number
- Parking at no charge
- In all rooms
- Triple sheeted beds with 300-count
Egyptian cotton bedding
- Plush Italian robes
- Iron, ironing board
- hair dryers
- Free Wireless Internet
- In select rooms
- Kiva Fireplace
- patio or balcony
- Cable TV and HBO
- in-room dataport
- Two outdoor whirlpools
- Fully-equipped exercise room
- 24-hour Front Desk service
- Lobby Library with books and games
In any season, for any
reason, take the opportunity to be pampered, rejuvenated and
renewed at the truly enchanting Inn on the Alameda.