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Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe
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125 Washington Ave Santa Fe, NM 87501
125 Washington AveUSNMSanta Fe87501
(505) 988-4900hotelchimayo.com
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Hotel Chimayo is a luxury boutique hotel located in downtown Santa Fe, near historic Santa Fe Plaza. The hotel features 56 Rooms with modern amenities such as a full business center, private underground parking (fee), 24-hour front desk service, and more.
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People talk about sangre de cristo mountains, historic plaza, full length mirrors, front porch and suite features
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Brian Grieb
reviewed 2 months ago
Honestly, this was one of the best hotels I have stayed in. It is a very nice and comfortable hotel in a great location with a friendly staff. Unfortunately, $100 cash went missing from my room. When I informed the manager, he interviewed the staff but did not recover anything and encouraged me to file a police report. After writing some e-mails, I have been contacted by several hotel representatives that have been very helpful and are actively investigating my situation, but at the end of the day I am still out $100. I cannot be sure whether my money was misplaced or stolen. Just be advised if you choose to stay here.
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Kayleigh Kulp
reviewed a year ago
I stayed at Hotel Chimayo for a night in January. The location could not have been better, just a block off of the plaza with easy access to great retail and food such as The Shed and Todos Santos Chocolatiers. Upon checkin, the staff was incredibly nice, and was more than willing to help with anything I needed, as well as bending over backwards in politeness and professionalism. There are also a couple cool hangin' spots, on the outside porch and in the Lowrider bar which has cool vinyl booths. The hotel itself is courtyard style and there is plenty of garage parking for $15 a night.
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Linda Boso
reviewed a year ago
Will never stay at this hotel again. Very bad experience. We made reservations about 3 weeks ahead of time...all paid for. Had asked for a very specific room which they said they would reserve. We drove for 8 hrs. and they sent us to a room that was used (not cleaned) and later found out that the room was occupied! Sent us to another room. Finally found it after climbing a million stairs looking for it! Still the wrong room. Went back to front desk and they said they didn't have any of the rooms that we had reserved. The best they could do was another room (still not the right room), but, at least we didn't have to carry our luggage up a thousand stairs! The next day, they finally put us in the right room! The nights were very cool and we tried to use the heat, but, it didn't work. Finally figured out we had to turn the A/C on to get heat! They did comp us one night for all the aggravation we went through. The front desk person was very nice and really tried to help. It was the reservationist that screwed it all up. With all the wonderful hotels in Santa Fe, I would not recommend this one nor would I stay there again.
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Kelly Finn
reviewed 10 months ago
One of the worst bar experiences in my life. We had 10 people, stopped in the Low and Slow. Sat on the patio to begin with, service was slow, but no biggie. Had one of our party go in to the bar to ask a question. The bartender (Winston) was talking, started speaking to the gentleman with us briefly, then someone ask if his father was coming in. He said, "hold on, let me call him" all this after briefly acklowdging the person in our party and letting him sit for over 5 minutes while he talked on the phone with his father. We tried to make the best of it and after 20 minutes we moved inside as it was chilly where the service got worse, and was even slower. After 2nd drink, we tried to order a 3rd and we were told cocktail service was suspended because he was too busy. But Winston was just standing there talking. When I went to the bar and ordered a cocktail Winston immediately starting fixing it. I asked him to put it on our tab and he starts using his hands to demonstrate to the guy waiting on us that he was going to choke him and started cursing at him. I told him he that was inappropriate especially in front of a customer and he basically told me to shut up or I wouldn't get my drink. I told him do what he has to do, and he told me I wasn't getting a drink. LOL He was acting like petulant 2 year old. Waitress then tells us he's shorthanded and if we give him too many orders he sends us away. Small minded invidual that runs a bar and thinks he can abuse people because of it. Nice thing is we all left, and went to a much nicer place with much better service where we were appreciated as customers. And we are all writing poor reviews on this site and Facebook to demonstrate our displeasure. If you want slow, bad service, with bad attitudes to spare, I would suggest trying the Low and Slow and asking for Winston G personally. Quintessential small minded jerk that ruined our experience and cost his place of business money. I wonder if their owners know this guy is costing them money.
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Kerstin coffelt
reviewed a year ago
The 5 star review that appeared in the LA TImes does not do this hotel justice. I would give it 1.5 stars. It is a beautiful facility, but lacks shamelessly in service. I stayed there Christmas Eve and Christmas Day 2012. Here are my concerns: 1) The adjacent rooms were unequal and for the same price. I had a bathroom where I hit the door when seated on the commode. My brother had a deluxe bathroom, with whirlpool. He also had a fridge; I did not. 2) When we were checking out, I requested a luggage dolly and waited and waited and waited. I found out there were only 2. A large one was in use already for a large party. Then the proprietor was repairing the other one. He said I could have it when it was fixed. I had to return to the room. I thought they would call me when it became available, but no....I saw someone else with the luggage cart. I could have really used it! 3)Let's just say that the parking lot was a ripoff for 15 bucks a day. 4)Since my brother and I were there for Christmas, we were given $10.00 discount per person for Christmas dinner. Our reservations were for 6:00. There is NO host/welcome desk for the restaurant. We had to go downstairs to the bar to see where to check in. There was ONE waiter for the entire restaurant. I did notice that the bartender made a veiled attempt to serve diners. This eating establishment ran out of turkey, salmon, and another entree. I saw 3 diners return their food and leave. My brother ordered Steak and shrimp Scampi and received Mexican Food! The food was so so at best and we were told we could only use 1 coupon. The real kicker was that we both got food poisoning the next day on the ride back to Denver. I ate some of his shrimp, so I know that was the culprit. The restaurant must have poor management, as it was totally unprepared for the crowd. As a rule, hotel restaurants are inundated on Christmas. We were severely disappointed.
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Roy Moore
reviewed 7 months ago
Pitiful treatment of guests ... Room problems ... Manager would not respond to requests to visit face to face for 3da Bar treatment was astoundingly bad DO NOT STAY HERE!!!!!

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