Comfort Inn Santa Fe

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

4312 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507, United States
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 29% more than similarly rated 2.5 star hotels

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  • Families83
  • Couples75
  • Solo100
  • Business75

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Forum Posts

Best Halloween Party/Club and Bar recommendations

by choobaca1


Some friends and I are in Albuquerque right now, but we're planning to spend the weekend in Santa Fe. I've not been there since I was a young girl and we're all from Boston. What is the best Halloween Party to go to, and what are the best fun bars for a young college crowd like ourselves? Nothing fancy/pretentious - just good times and good vibes. We'll be there sometime tomorrow until Monday afternoon.

We'd like to visit Madrid also - it doesn't look far from Santa Fe. Do any of you know if the little shops/galleries/boutiques are open on Sunday?

Thanks :-)

Re: Best Halloween Party/Club and Bar recommendations

by beatchfre

The best halloween party with a college crowd would be on Saturday @ Fusion. However, if you want a memorable experience - you can visit Madrid's Mine Shaft Tavern for their Halloween Party - there's probably nothing like it in Boston. If you're looking for dance music (and boys) go to the former. If not, go for the latter :-) El Paseo is definitely the bar for you... on both nights. There probably won't be any live music, but it's a fun crowd and a nice place. If you're looking for live music, check out Santa Fe Nights ( and the Santa Fe Reporter (www.sfreporter). Madrid is a nice place - my parents love it. Not sure if the shops are open on Sundays, but perhaps you could email one of the people listed on the Madrid web site @

If you have time, grab breakfast @ the Santa Fe Baking Company - it's awesome!


Re: Best Halloween Party/Club and Bar recommendations

by prometheus

...For breakfast or lunch also check out Pasqual's

Travel Tips for Santa Fe

#1 In Importance!

by VeronicaG

One might think that only in the summer, you would have problems with dehydration. Actually, it's so dry in Santa Fe (even in the winter) you'll be glad you thought to pick up a bottle of water to accompany you on your travels!

As we visited the sites, browsed the galleries or walked along the shops near the plaza, our throats would become very dry. It seemed we were stopping for something to drink each day aside from breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Our guide book recommended that one should drink lots of water and we found that to be true--so be sure to drink up!

Not an Adobe Disneyland

by CCW

Remember that this is a REAL city where REAL people live. We're not props in a theme park. We love our city and we're pleased to share it with you; but please respect it, and us, in turn. The sunshine, the clear air, the vistas -- I live in a modest suburb, but from my balcony I can see half a dozen mountain ranges, and look north until the horizon drops away. It's sunny most of the time, even in winter. (The last time I visited my family in the San Francisco area, it rained incessantly for 2 weeks, and I couldn't wait to get home!)

Packing List

by FlyingGnat

Santa Fe Style -- as I've described before -- we're a touristy spot, but also very 'New Mexico' -- often called the 'land of manana' (like later, or tomorrow). This all means, dress in whatever is comfortable. However, sweats don't go. Jeans and a dressy shirt always work.
The Santa Fe style is jeans with an ironed crease in the pants. No ties for the men, jeans and blazers with the top button of your shirt unbuttoned, is always acceptable. Boots, particularly 'ropers' (which have a low heel and round toe), are always nice too. sunscreen, sunglasses: we are high altitude and dry, so there's not much atmosphere to protect you from UV.

Tesuque Pueblo Flea Market, Best Deals in Santa Fe

by queencreekfreak

I love a bargain. After you have shopped all of the souvenir shops in Santa Fe be sure to save some money for some bargains. I recommend the Tesuque Pueblo Flea Market. It is located almost next to the Santa Fe Opera. It is about a 15 minute drive from downtown Santa Fe.
You will find tons of artsy artisans, a great selection of jewelry, Native American pottery, Mexican pottery and an assortment of rusty western items. There are usually a few vendors also selling an assortment of flea market items. This is also a good place to buy southwestern spices such as dried green chili powder, curry and pinion nuts.
There are some food and beverage vendors. Remember - drink lots of water. Dress in layers as it can get chilly and hot in the same day in Santa Fe. Also the Tesuque Pueblo Flea Market is a little higher than Santa Fe so the temperature may be a bit cooler too.
I always recommend going to the flea market early in the day. It seems that vendors usually cut out around 1 pm.
Name: Tesuque Pueblo Flea Market
Address: P.O. Box 170
Operates: Weekly - Friday, Saturday, & Sunday
Hours open to the public: Last Weekend in March to November 8am - 5pm, February, March, & November - Saturday & Sunday - 8am to 4pm
Dealers: Over 500 during peak season (April to August).
Booths: Approx. 500 booths of which 250 are reserved vendors.
Is there a parking fee? Presently, Yes.
Take I-25 north to Santa Fe for approx. 65 miles to St. Francis Dr./Exit 282. Continue on St.Francis Dr. through Santa Fe, which will turn into Highway 84/285. Continue North for approx. 5.5 miles, the Flea Market is located on the left side next to the Santa Fe Opera.

Sculptures, Carvings, Jewelry

by VeronicaG about Shidoni Foundry

Shidoni Foundry is five miles north of Santa Fe and a feast for the eyes! As we pulled into the driveway, large contemporary sculptures could be seen scattered over the landscape. A shop architecturally designed to blend into its surroundings, sat at the end of the parking lot.

As you near the shop, an endearing statue of a child with raised arms crafted in bronze stands near the door. (picture #5)

Inside, a large, striped cat selectively curled up beside two pricey metal pieces, luxuriates in the sun (picture #2). Bronze nudes, whimsical metal sculptures and Southwest style carvings were displayed throughout the room.

A small room in the rear held numerous art pieces, among which was a bronze crucifix created for and used by the former Pope. The artist had won a fellowship to the Vatican and this piece was used in a mass.

A second building on the grounds displayed carved, curvacious wood furniture (picture #3), bright paintings, intricate metal pieces, unique jewelry and large mobiles. I selected a pair of pale green earrings made from beach glass, that I thought were so pretty (picture #4)!


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 Comfort Inn Santa Fe

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Address: 4312 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87507, United States