Las Palomas Inn Santa Fe

119 Park Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States
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Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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Las Palomas Inn...you're gonna like it

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 6, 2014

We took a train trip to visit the Santa Fe area to celebrate 20 years of marriage during the Christmas and New Year break of 2013.

I found the Las Palomas Inn by using the search on Amtrak's website, they had a room sale going on and by perusing the Las Palomas website it looked just great. The Inn is well situated for walking around the downtown area as we did not have a car. There is a shuttle the Inn offers for sites within a 1 mile radius.

Upon our arrival we were warmly greeted by Jim and Tina, two of the most hard working Inn keepers, they genuinely want their guests to have an enjoyable and relaxing stay. From the touches of the never empty "Cookie Cauldron" that's what I call the crock pot on the Inn counter filled with fresh white chocolate macadamia nut cookies to the eggnog lattes to the terrific breakfast included in the price of the room. The service that was given made us feel welcome and well fed!

The room was very clean and the bed was superb. There are some spots like the shutters and baseboards that need some attention but this did not bother us as it might others. There was a coffee maker with a nice count of coffee packages not just 1 or 2.

There was a Kiva fireplace in the room but we did not find out that fires in a Kiva fireplace should be built way back in the structure. Ours smoked and did not vent well this cost us a good nights sleep. It would be helpful to have known this fact prior to building a fire. I did find a fire extinguisher the next day but it would have been useless as it was largely outdated and not in working order. However, we were able to cut down on the heater use during the day with "solar" energy that came through the large window on the door.

All in all we truly enjoyed our stay. The Inn has several properties that are actually detached from the main building and are on several connecting streets. We stayed in the Duran House across from the main part of the Inn. This was where we found the magical turn on and off "birdage."

Unique Quality: The bird song turns off and on. No kidding. At first I thought the birds had to be on a tape because how can so many birds go silent at once? You cannot even see these little ones they blend so well into the landscape (scrub brush and trees) but they know when danger lurks or a predator is near as they shut up all at once. It is astonishing. I told my husband and he did not believe me until he heard it for himself. Quite a cacophony of sound. I jokingly said, "Birds off" and they all shut up..we got a good laugh out of that!

Directions: WIthin walking distance of downtown Santa Fe

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convenience and simplicity

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 20, 2011

It is the sister property to hotel santa fe so you get to enjoy all the amenities of the other hotel.
It is 2 1/2 blocks from the tourist part of downtown plaza, walking distance to most attractions, 5 blocks to the railyard and the shops near it, 4 blocks to mall that has 2 supermarkets and las cosas cooking school. They provide a free shuttle to take you to all points within a mile of hotel. 4 local buses stop 1 1/2 block away from the hotel. Free continental breakfast which include: omelette, waffles, muffins, cereals, breads, yogurt, fruit, etc. Free cookies all day long. It is not a 24 hour hotel, they do close the front desk at 10pm after that you have to contact hotel santa fe. There is no lobby. The rooms are casitas equipped with microwave, fridge, iron, can opener, fireplace, tv, desk, dining table, and patio furniture for the outside of some casitas.

Unique Quality: It has a gym but to use the pool, jacuzzi or spa you have to use the free shuttle to go to hotel santa fe.

The casitas are adobe apartments that are all on the outside in a courtyard. The hotel property is spread out as opposed to going up. My room had a skylight in it that kept the place warm even when the heat was turned off.

Some of the casitas are handicap accessible and the main office and dining area is as well.

There is a computer in the main office for use. Internet access in the room only worked on my blackberry but it did not work on my nook.

Directions: downtown

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Associated with the Inn of the Anasazi

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 29, 2005

This is a wonderful place to stay. Upon check-in, the staff offered up freshly baked chocolate chip cookies from a tagine. Their lobby has a nice sitting area with leather sofas and chairs, a fireplace, videos to rent and plenty of books and magazines to read. The surrounding grounds were lovely. From 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. each morning, a complimentary deluxe Continental Breakfast is available for guests in a communal dining area. This includes croissants, bagels, muffins, butter, cream cheese, cereal, fruit, waffles, coffee, milk and juices. If rain is in the forecast, the staff will gladly loan you an umbrella.

In the off-season (early December), my rate was $99.00 plus tax per night.

Unique Quality: Las Palomas offers two types of rooms: Pueblo (featuring wood-burning kiva fireplaces and more Native American influenced decor) and Territorial (featuring gas-lit stove fireplaces and more contemporary Southwestern style decor). My Territorial room was of a decent size and tastefully decorated.

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Nice B&B in Great Location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 3, 2005

Las Palomas has apartment-like rooms with gas or kiva fireplaces in a quiet neighborhood near the Plaza. Don't judge this place by what you see from the street. The common areas are very nice and there is plenty of parking. The entrance is in the back courtyard, along with the parking.

Unique Quality: Las Palomas has a patnership with the Inn of the Anasazi and the latter's services are available to Las Palomas' guests. Although I said the rates were about average, that still means expensive when you are talking about downtown Santa Fe. It is only about three blocks to the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum.

Directions: On West San Francisco Street about three blocks west of the Plaza

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Address: 119 Park Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, United States

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Amenities at Las Palomas Inn Santa Fe

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  • Free Parking
  • Business Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Free High Speed Internet
  • Kitchenette
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