The Loretto is an expensive hotel, but everything in downtown Santa Fe seemed to be on the high dollar side. Nevertheless, the experience, the beauty of Santa Fe, the merchants, and the native Americans who were selling their hand made merchandise on the sidewalks all gave Santa Fe a feeling of excitement. If you like old
West history and native American art, Santa Fe is the place to be.
When I arrived there were no rooms of the grade I had reserved, so the staff were quick and gracious in upgrading me. The room was lovely; the staff were great; and the location can't be beat. I would return in a heartbeat. In fact, I'd like to because I didn't get to try the spa facilities on this trip.
Decided at the last minute to head to Santa Fe for the weekend. Chose this hotel over a similar hotel we had always stayed at. Were happy we did! Loved the included breakfast which was more than just "continental". Rooms were small but quaint, quiet, clean and nice furnishings. Bed was comfy but the pillows were a bit hard. Great location, never got in the car! Having the piano bar there was good entertainment in the evenings.
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