Minutes from the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum and the Palace of the Governors, the Hampton Santa Fe offers comfortable, smoke-free accommodations and free parking.
Standard guest room amenities include a mini refrigerator, microwave, and plush king or queen-sized beds. Wi-Fi is complimentary, and pets are welcome for an additional fee.
The Hampton Santa Fe offers an indoor pool, fitness center, coin laundry, and business center.
A hot breakfast buffet is served daily, with "On the Run" options available for travelers in a hurry. Guests will also find a mix of popular chain restaurants and local favorites within walking distance of the hotel.
Nearby attractions include the International Folk Art Museum, San Miguel Mission, and the Oldest House in the United States, which is widely rumored to be haunted. Guests can also try their luck at Camel Rock or Cities of Gold; both casinos are within 22 miles. The historic Santa Fe Plaza is 3.5 miles away.
The front desk staff have received many glowing reviews for their personable and professional customer service, with guests noting that they are pleased to recommend restaurants, provide directions, and share their knowledge of area attractions. Guests often comment that they feel "at home" almost right away.
Clean, comfortable, with room for Fido..
Guests generally describe the rooms as clean, comfortable, and spacious, with cozy beds. Tired travelers particularly appreciate the convenience of the microwave and mini fridge, and four-legged guests burning off their energy in the big fenced area behind the hotel.
A convenient location..
The Hampton Inn Santa Fe is located on busy highway commercial road with many popular chain and local restaurants. Guests can drive to the historic downtown and the Santa Fe Plaza in about fifteen minutes. Drivers also note that the hotel is a convenient base for exploring Taos and other area attractions.
Ready for renovation..
Though many guests find the rooms comfortable, the property is older and the rooms are widely described as "tired", with worn furnishings and dated decor. Some also report a "stale" smell that may be related to the building's age and overall condition.
Sleepless in Santa Fe..
Some guests have reported a sleepless night due to thin walls with pets on the other side, highway traffic, or noisy air conditioning. Others found the air conditioning ineffective, or else received an early morning wake-up call from the local sanitation department.
Though many guests describe the staff as pleasant and professional, some have been disappointed to find the team unable to effective address their housekeeping or maintenance concerns.