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210 Don Gaspar Ave Santa Fe, NM 87501
210 Don Gaspar AvenueUSNew MexicoSanta Fe87501
(505) 983-5700hotelstfrancis.com
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Hotel St. Francis, a Heritage Hotel and Resort, is a place where peace and tranquility embellish itself in eighty one historically authentic rooms and suites.  Furnished in the style of Santa Fe's early Franciscan missionaries, shades of natural wool compliment the hand-crafted furniture and the restored original hardwood floors. 

Keeping an eye to today's traveler, we have pet-friendly guest accommodations and deluxe amenities for the modern traveler. The hotel is also located next to historic Santa Fe Plaza.
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Mission-inspired rooms in an upscale, historic hotel with a stylish restaurant & cocktail bar.- Google
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Danielle Weiss
3 weeks ago
My stay here was, by far, one of the worst hotel experiences I've had. The room was tiny and smelly. It smelled like the room previously housed dogs that urinated in it. There was barely enough room to walk around the bed, let alone close the door when you enter the bathroom. There weren't even basic accommodations. For example, there was no iron, mini fridge, room service of any kind, or even a fan in the tiny bathroom so after showering, you have to wait for the mirror to defog. Speaking of mirrors, there's only one mirror in the room, located in the bathroom, which is positioned so the only image is from the neck up. Also, I tend to be cold rather than hot throughout the day. Although there was technically an AC in the room, we had it on the lowest temperature and on high ALL DAY yet we were burning up from the heat so much so that we could only sleep with a sheet. For some reason, room service refused to give us fresh towels after cleaning the room. The first time it happened, we had thrown the dirty towels on the floor, which they grabbed, but failed to leave fresh ones. Then the next TWO times it happened, we actually hung up the towels to dry, but the cleaning service took them and again, left us without any towels. One of these times, we complained to the front desk and the woman assured us that she would have towels delivered to our room but that never happened. So each of the three times, we had to go downstairs to the front desk at night and wait 10 minutes (seriously, I don't know where the laundry room is located but it's apparently a haul). Then my boyfriend and I had a very unpleasant encounter with the (obviously mentally ill) custodian. We had just gotten back from an all-day hike and found that both our key cards were deactivated. We were both sore so we thought ourselves lucky when we spotted the custodian walking by. We explained the issue to him and he sneered, "what's on the bed?" We were confused and my boyfriend replied, "Sheets?" He told him to shut up (really, he said this verbatim) and said that if we couldn't identify anything in the room, we can go to the front desk. Now, if this man would have opened with a rational explanation that we needed to identify something in the room, we could have easily identified an item (which we did), but because he was so indirect, we were confused. I told him he was being too aggressive and when I said this, he gave my boyfriend a death stare that shook us up so much so that we were paranoid about him entering the room for the remainder of our stay. It's evident that the cost of this hotel is solely based on its location in downtown Santa Fe. The bar is also fantastic but you do not need to be a guest to access it.
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Jon Stacey
2 months ago
We booked four different rooms. In the one room we stayed in, the sheets were dirty, the toilet had to be plunged contantly, the AC did NOT work.location. was ok, no good views . Parking was challenging and a hassel. Checking o
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Mad Mak
4 months ago
I had been holding off writing a review of this hotel because I thought I could resolve my issues with the company that owns it. That didn't happen and I will take ownership for much of that because I missed my first opportunity. They did offer me a second opportunity to talk, but the call never came. I stayed at this hotel over Easter weekend on a living social deal. I was aware the room was going to be small. I wasn't aware there was not going to be hot water, the bathroom floor was going to be dirty during the entire stay, there was going to be a rusty colored water stain in the ceiling over the door or that our room was going to overlook the parking lot so we could enjoy the trash truck emptying the dumpster at 5:00 a.m. on Saturday morning. And to top it off when I mentioned this to the hotel's front desk staff as we were checking out, she blamed me for the problems. This hotel is in a great location, but with so many hotel choices in Sante Fe, I don't believe the location overcomes the other shortfalls.
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Valerie Tschaar
a year ago
I wish I could say that staying here was pleasant, but it was not. From the very moment we pulled up and there is no bellman to the mattress that could only be slept on one side due to the large depression on the the other it was not a good experience. We had three rooms there and we all had problems with air conditions, poor lighting, and there is one tiny mirror over the sink for two people to get ready. My sink was in my room. The furniture is so large there is no place for a desk or mirror for a women to put on make up or do your hair and no full length mirror. Service is available, but only if you ask for it. Of course the location is perfect and the price is very reasonable, but It's not worth it. The linens we very soft, but I found stains on many of them. The hotel has lots of potential, a wonderful location and history. Unfortunately it's just missing too many basic amenities that are needed for a good experience.
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Ramey Echt
a month ago
We were thoroughly disappointed in our recent stay here (July 2015). We had stayed here several times before, and been pretty happy, but this time, it was almost comical. We checked into our Queen Classic room, fully expecting a small, but nice room. Upon walking into the room, a waft of terrible smell came out... like the smell of trying to cover up cigarette smoke in rental cars. I immediately asked to change rooms as I already started to get a headache. They sent someone up to give us a new room. As we started to unpack in our new room, the closet door literally broke off the hinges as we opened it. We called the front desk, and they changed us to a new room. We slept in that room one night, and got very little sleep because the mattress sank into the middle of the bed. We called front desk again, and they changed us AGAIN. The guy who helped us move to each new room was plenty nice, but I was so surprised that after this many problems, the hotel wasn't more proactive and apologetic about the problems. In addition, the couple that we were there with, complained that their room was very difficult because of noise facing the street and people out on the lobby patio making lots of noise late into the night. The location of the hotel is great, and the lobby and front patio is a nice place to hang out, but the problems with the rooms were awful and the hotel was less than accommodating in addressing the problems. With so many nice hotel choices in Santa Fe, I'd go somewhere else next time.
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Chris Baker
a month ago
Really spanish colonial ambiance & decor. The restaurant (Tabla) is good but perhaps a pinch over priced. Can't beat the location right on the plaza!
Pamela Starr
a year ago
Sadly, I can not recommend this hotel. The location is great but there are some serious problems. Unlike last year, we were not greeted by a doorman. The sheets felt and looked like they had been washed far too many times. The mattress was worn out and had deep indentations on both sides. The pillows were kind of disgusting. We use I-Pads but otherwise would have had difficulty reading due to the poor quality of the lights. The water pressure in the sink was extremely low. The mirror was impossible to use due to the reflection from the windows. The light above the mirror was of very low voltage. We could not regulate the temperature and had to keep a window open which was a problem because our room overlooked the bar. The cushions should be replaced on the patio furniture. We have stayed here many times but will look for another location for next year's Indian Market.
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Betsy Ross
a year ago
The rooms were so ungodly hot that we barely slept all night. We called the front desk and they were unable to change the room temperature, so we opened the windows and were forced to listen to loud music, noise, and vehicles on the street below all night. We paid a lot of money for a classic hotel near the plaza, but the only view we had was of the alleyway next to the hotel. I was disappointed to not have breakfast or welcome drinks included in the cost of the room. When we went to have drinks in the bar of the hotel, it took more than 20 minutes for a server to greet us. The hotel doesn't even have a pool. There are many other options for beautiful hotels in the Santa Fe area, so I would NOT recommend Hotel St. Francis.
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