Casa Pacifica Bed and Breakfast

1705 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States

1 Review

Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Official Site

78%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
53%
41
Very Good
22%
17
Average
3%
3
Poor
5%
4
Terrible
14%
11

N/A

Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Couples
  • Families75
  • Couples79
  • Solo75
  • Business75
  • anzactwo's Profile Photo

    A home away from home

    by

    Casa Pacifica was everything we could have asked for in a B&B. Excellent location within walking distance of the Railyard and surroundings (excellent galleries, Farmer's Market, some good shops eg Peruvian Connection, the unsurpassable Rio Bravo (for western history buffs) and Randy, its owner, and some very good folksy restaurants. About 20 minutes walk from downtown. Effective WIFI, great breakfasts, spacious and colorfully decorated rooms, steam shower, a very helpful proprietor (Linda), and her friendly dogs.

    Unique Quality: Very heavy emphasis on colorful tile decor. Excellent comparable value.

    Directions: A few minutes walk from the Railyard district

More about Santa Fe

Photos

Bronze sculpture celebrating the Santa Fe TrailBronze sculpture celebrating the Santa Fe Trail

Bataan Memorial BuildingBataan Memorial Building

Window to the sky, Chaco CultureWindow to the sky, Chaco Culture

Children's Museum, Santa Fe, New MexicoChildren's Museum, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Travel Tips for Santa Fe

Head Dress

by jujub

This is an awesome headdress, handmade, with real feathers, fur, leather, and the detailing (the blue stripe) is made entirely of beads!! Don't forget to be polite and ask for permission before snapping a photo..

Mariachi Bands

by AlbuqRay

According to Wikipedia, mariachi is a type of musical group, originally from Jalisco, in Mexico. Usually a mariachi consists of at least two violins, two trumpets, one Mexican guitar, one vihuela (a high-pitched, five-string guitar) and one guitarrĂ³n (a small-scaled acoustic bass). The vihuela and guitarrĂ³n must be included for a group to be considered a mariachi. They dress in silver studded charro outfits with wide-brimmed hats. The original mariachi were Mexican street musicians or buskers.

During the Fiesta de Santa Fe on Labor Day weekend, the Mariachi Extraveganza de Santa Fe is held at the Opera House; however, mariachi bands also stroll around the Plaza singing and playing.

The Turquoise Trail Drive

by kymbanm

Though Albuquerque is only 60 miles a way, rather than taking the interstate, why don't you take my favorite route? Take Hwy 14 south through the mountains and the artist community of Madrid instead! This little diversion will allow you to really feel the life of locals and provide you with even more gallery browsing ;)

After Madrid, continue wandering your way down Hwy 14 and through Cedar Crest - then follow the signs into Albuquerque :)

Palace of Governors has many...

by brdwtchr

Palace of Governors has many interesting rooms of history inside of it. It is a fine museum but too many people stop out side to look at the jewelry for sale on the side walk by Native American Craftsmen without going in to the museum. It is a fine big museum in a great building right on the Plaza in heart of Santa Fe. This is one of the museums that the museum passport will get you in side of. We got our museum passport at Palace of the Governors and it was good for four different museums in Santa Fe.

Belts, Buckles & Boots

by SFHulaGIrl about Tom Taylor Co.

This is the place to buy casual to dressy belts, buckles & boots. Belt choices are alligator, calfskin, lizard, crocodile and ostrich; some are appliqued & some are hand-tooled. Buckles are of silver and gold, or you can choose one of their in-laid styles. This place was referred to me by a guy at Sun Country Traders as having one of the largest selections of belts and buckles in town. My basic black 1" latigo belt cost $45.00 Inlaid buckles & tips range from $525 to $1000. The most inexpensive silver and gold buckle & tip was about $450.

Comments

Popular Hotels in Santa Fe

Inn on the Alameda

303 E. Alameda, Santa Fe

Show Prices

El Rey Inn

1862 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe

Show Prices

Silver Saddle Motel

2810 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe

Show Prices

La Fonda On The Plaza

100 E San Francisco St., Santa Fe

Show Prices

View all Santa Fe hotels

View all Santa Fe hotels

Latest Santa Fe hotel reviews

Sunterra Villas De Santa Fe
247 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 7, 2014
Hotel Plaza Real
544 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 15, 2014
El Rey Inn
393 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 29, 2014
Inn at Loretto
719 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Fairfield Inn By Marriott Santa Fe New Mexico
121 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 15, 2014
La Fonda On The Plaza
912 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Kings Rest Court
55 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Feb 9, 2014
Inn Of The Anasazi, A Rosewood Hotel
369 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Fort Marcy Suites
414 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 17, 2014
The Lodge At Santa Fe
490 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 5, 2014
El Farolito Bed and Breakfast Inn
354 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn
685 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 6, 2014
La Posada De Santa Fe Resort & Spa
342 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 13, 2014
Hilton Santa Fe Golf Resort & Spa at Buffalo Thunder
880 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 14, 2014
Inn on the Alameda
704 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 15, 2014

 Casa Pacifica Bed and Breakfast

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Casa Pacifica B&b
Casa Pacifica Hotel Santa Fe

Address: 1705 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States