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210 Don Gaspar Avenue, Santa Fe, NM 87501, United States of America – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.5/10! (score from 111 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Hotel St. Francis - Heritage Hotels and Resorts.
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Fitness Center, Massage
Food & Drink
Public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 18 per day.
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Concierge Service, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying
Elevator, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 4:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 17 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 20 per person per night when using existing beds.
Extra beds are not available.
One child under 2 years is charged USD 20 per night in a crib.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
Based on 111 reviews
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In downtown Santa Fe, Inn of the Governors features rooms with free Wi-Fi and southwest design. This inn features a full buffet breakfast each morning and free parking.
Score from 210 reviews Wonderful
Offering a seasonal outdoor pool and free hot food and cold drinks, this hotel is located in Santa Fe. All rooms feature WiFi and a flat-screen cable TV. Santa Fe Plaza is 400 metres from the hotel.
Score from 10 reviews Exceptional
Located on 5 acres of beautiful gardens, this Santa Fe hotel features an outdoor pool and individually decorated rooms equipped with satellite TV. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum is 3 miles away.
Score from 139 reviews Wonderful
Near Santa Fe's historic Plaza, home to shops, restaurants and attractions such as the Loretto Chapel, this property has condominiums with all the comforts of home.
Score from 190 reviews Excellent
Helpful staff, within walking distance of many restaurants.
The room had a newer bed and linens, but feel the rooms need to be a little more updated and the floors were very squeaky. There was no coffee maker.
Great location, comfortable bed, updated bathrooms, stylish & tranquil decor
The lobby & stairway is made of beautiful stone. The stone echoed loud conversations at 1am up to our room....people were soooo noisy coming in from bars.
I liked the location, and we loved the front porch where you could sit with a drink, read or visit with friends.
The lighting in the room for making up one's face and shaving wasn't so good. They need to install a makeup/shaving mirror over the lavatory.
Staff was very helpful, location is excellent - easy walk to the plaza, comfy bedding, lovely loby and front porch
Rooms could be better appointed. There are no full length mirrors, no coffee maker in room and none in loby
Excellent location - one block from main plaza Clean design No fluff Staff were helpful
Clean, beautiful and within walking distance of everything in the historic district.
Toilet and bathroom door were too close.
Small bathroom. No mirror in main bedroom. Only one person could use bathroom at a time and it was the only place with a mirror. Only one small glass in entire room. Must share glass! Yuck!! Sheets stained with yellow dots of something.
Quaint, lovely facility Quiet Great Bed Great Bar
Poor or no air conditioning throughout facility No vanity area - one bowl sink next to bed Poor lighting in room Not a good value for King Deluxe room
Location is great.
The room was very small and oddly shaped. The sink was at the end of the very narrow room and the toilet/shower area was so small the door had to be closed to use either. The air conditioning did not work until the last night of our stay. It was in the 90s so we opened windows at night to try and get some sleep but then got all the noise from the restaurant kitchen next door. The hotel had no restaurant and the one recommend wasn't open. So,no,I would not recommend the st.Francis
The staff at the check-in counter were very, very helpful, especially Robert. They helped us to enter our rooms early and were very courteous.
Was very disappointed with the new look of the hotel - especially the lobby. It used to be very warm, comfortable and inviting with old wood floor and large comfy furniture In front of fireplace. Now it has been remodeled with large archways and a cold, tile-looking floor throughout - resembling a monastery - not what we expected after staying there a few times before. Very cold and uninviting.
This was my first time in Santa Fe and at the St. Francis. The hotel was very clean and centrally located which made it very convenient. The staff were very pleasant and accommodating. If I go to Santa Fe in th future, I will try to stay at the St. Francis again.
A couple in a room down the hall from me brought their dogs and left them in the room, when they went out. The dogs barked on and off. Finally I asked to get a different room and the staff was very accomodating in doing so. I didn't realize that people could bring dogs to the St. Francis and prefer that they not be able to.
It's very centrally located & beautiful.
Convenience of location to the Plaza area. Historic tour pickup at the lobby. Knowable front desk staff.
Parking fees are pricey but may be norm for the area. Most hotels/motels I stayed at did not charge for parking. It would have been convenient to have a small refrigerator in the room.
The hotel is very close to the plaza. Lobby and rooms have that rustic feel and are immaculate!
We liked the overall look of the hotel.
We paid over $300 for a room and I went on the website after we got back home and there were rooms for $150
retreat and enjoy local life
The location and lobby area and bar were beautiful. Wide staircases and lots of beautiful traditional tin accents.
The rooms were equipped like student dorms - there were no towel hooks in any if the bathrooms. Let me repeat, absolutely nowhere to hang even a hand towel. No irons/ironing boards in any of the rooms. One had a broken hand held steamer. One room had drawers that didn't open all the way and no closet. The drawers bumped into the bed so you would have had to move the bed to use them - we didn't bother. Rooms were not soundproof, and dogs were allowed to yap their faces off while left in their owners' respective rooms. Two rooms had broken telephones. I travel frequently for business and never, ever have these problems, even at hotels which are not as pricey or are rated with fewer stars. What a complete disappointment, save your hard earned vacation money and stay elsewhere!!
atmosphere, decorations, restaurant, and bar were great
The cleanliness of the facility, the classiness and helpfulness of the staff, the convenience of the location to the "hub" of SF, and the diversity of guests at HSF are all noteworthy.
The miniscule size of my third-floor room limited my enjoyment of the hotel generally, but other pluses almost made up for this deficit.
very small rooms, not comfortable
Historical features, location, friendliness of the staff (Sean & Kelsey).
The beauty of the hotel, wonderful beds, the restaurant is delicious, the bar has the best margarita, and great staff.
The bathroom was teeny tiny and the shower curtain leaked all over the tiny floor no matter how we tried to fix it.
Coffee on the veranda in the morning. Drinks on the veranda in the late afternoon. Proximity to the Plaza, great food and museums was good for walking.
Noisy, persistent water leak in the shower/tub that was not attended to after mentioning it 3 times to various hotel staff.
Loved the location and ambiance of historic hotel in center of town.
The smaller rooms had minimal space for luggage. Window view into a loud space where garbage trucks did there work. However the worst was probably the shower in a vintage tub, which had two curtains that clung as we each tried to take a basic shower. No ventilation or window to open and there water on floor no matter how we tried to avoid this. May be ok hotel if you choose a larger room with better facilities. But the queen rooms were not pleasant or a good value.
Size of room for price. Bed was uncomfortable and air conditioner vent was right next to the bed. We were unable to sleep well.
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