Santa Fe - HI, 1412 Cerrillos Road, ph. 988-1153. Quite nice but with very high bunkbeds
and no ladder to climb them up. For a short person like me... it's hell!
Albuquerque - Route 66 Hostel, 1012 Central SW, ph:(505) 247-1813. Walking distance from Greyhound station. Email: Ctaylor939@AOL.com. Nice bars nearby.
about 60-70 US dollars
An unasuming historic hotel. Kind of looks like a Vegas hotel with the flashing lights in the front. Inside the lobby is like you walked into a movie set for a western ranch. Huge wooden staircase in the lobby with pictures of the movie stars who stayed there. In the days of the spaghetti westerns, this was the place to be. Each room has a name of a star on the door.
Elaine's - A Bed and Breakfast
Elaine's offers charm, elegance, and hospitality in a beautiful three-story log home nestled in the evergreen forests of the Sandia mountains.
The only Native American-owned hotel and provide more than just incomparable accommodations and a superb location. They offer a chance to get the best views of Santa Fe. You can experience their traditions and culture, from a southwestern lunch in the Corn Dance Caf¨¦ to an unforgettable dinner in a tepee. Listen to the powerful sounds of authentic live music. And enjoy the insights of people whose history provides a window to the past.
The B&Bs are great in this town (Meson de Mesilla, TRH Smith Mansion, Lundeen Inn of the Arts), but if you're on a tighter budget, there are plenty of reasonably priced chain hotels (like Hilton, Comfort Inn, etc.).
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