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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
"The Hotel St Francis is a historic building in the heart of the downtown area."
"We checked into our Queen Classic room, fully expecting a small, but nice room."
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Halena Pawliuk
2 weeks ago
Do your research. This hotel is not for families. Strictly to stop in sleep/ Shower and head out back into to town. The room we had was not large enough to fit a roll away bed. The sink was in the bedroom. No full length mirror. The staff at the front desk was young and uninterested in listening to questions... just to find out about the easiest was to get to the parking lot was an effort. Also small parking lot...first come first serve. Otherwise expect to pay $20 a day across the street. I will say this was a beautiful room and if you like a European experience in Sante Fe...ie: small room decorated nicely with local decor and nice tile and little privacy then go for it. But leave the kids at home.
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Tyler Dickey
5 months ago
Excellent hotel. Service was politest and prompt (besides the bar staff but they we're really busy) Other reviews that are calling the rooms small are hitting the crack pipe. I stayed two nights in a queen room and had plenty of room to move around. I thoroughly enjoyed the location, it was walking distance from all of my meetings and plenty of sights.
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Will Boncher
2 months ago
Went to tabla a couple years back and loved it. This time everything was pretty mediocre, maybe a new chef? Time for a new one again.
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Danielle Weiss
9 months 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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Sean Concha
a week ago
I visit the bar, secreto, at st francis often and it always leaves me highly satisfied. Their bartenders are extremely knowledgeable and this shows in their cocktails. Whether you get a classic drink or one of their signature cocktails, it will always leave you feeling sated.
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Ahad Ghadimi
3 months ago
The concierges, Roosevelt & Janelle, were terrific and made the visit. Rooms are very cozy and the general ambiance was tasteful and enchanting. Looking fwd to next time!
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Jan Parks
6 months ago
Although this stay was a gift from a friend. I feel compelled to write a review of the hotel in general. It is very Historic, and with that must say that the rooms were very small. Approximate 10 ft X 10 ft total. That did include a bathroom with only in shower in it, and that wash basin INSIDE the sleeping area. The hallways although nicely decorated, we very loud at night. I can understand that because the building was build in the 1910-1920's. However, the staff was very rude to us when we first checked in and forgot several things to mention at that time. The price that was paid for the stay did NOT include parking for the weekend near the hotel. We had to pay an extra $20.00 for that. With that we got a slip that we had to use in the windshield of our vehicle. Additionally, the staff did not inform us that each time we left in our car out of the parking lot, that we needed to stop at the front door and get a additional validation slip. (Which I may add, had to be date/time stamped each time, and was good only for 10 minutes). This was very important information that should be conveyed upon check-in. I would have to say that the price is over charged for the accommodations in general, and that you are paying for the history and convenience of being near the plaza in downtown Santa Fe. I will probably not stay there again.
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Ramey Echt
10 months 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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