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Celebrate the Santa Fe Mother's Day weekend with a Passport to the Arts! http://visitcanyonroad.com/passport_current.html
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And if you don't want to bring your own bike, Santa Fe has plenty of rental rides: http://santafe.org/blog/?p=1631
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Vinaigrette and BODY Cafe are both walking distance from us...that's why WE can eat healthy! http://www.thedailymeal.com/healthy-eats-santa-fe
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#WednesdayWord #SantaFe SABROSA = TASTY We think our cuisine is muy sabrosa! And there are SO many choices! http://ow.ly/w3irQ
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Santa Fe...how pretty it is, especially seen through the eyes of an artist! http://www.marybethpizzoli.com/large-multi-view/My%20New%20Mexico/2349127-20-6355/Painting.html
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Santa Fe is definitely a bike town, that's why there's a Bike & Brew Fest on May 16-18! http://outsidesantafe.com/
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Santa Fe University of Art and Design presents 4th annual Outdoor Vision Fest Fri., May 2, from 8:45 -10:45pm. Self-guided and free to the public, there will be50 installations highlighting projection mapping, animation, music visualizations, video/sculptural installations, sensor-triggered installations, interactive media, and motion graphics projected at night onto the sides of the Visual Arts Center. http://santafeuniversity.edu/events/outdoor-vision-fest-2014/
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Reading this makes us hungry! http://ow.ly/vZwzL
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Leave the planning to the #travel pros...simply get here for a visit to Santa Fe! http://santafe.org/blog/?p=1616
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725 Cerrillos Rd Santa Fe, NM 87505
725 Cerrillos RdUSNMSanta Fe87505
(505) 982-5952santafesageinn.com
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The Santa Fe Sage Inn is an excellent choice for affordable downtown lodging that connects you to the heart of Santa Fe.  The hotel offers 155 attractive, comfortable rooms with a wealth of complimentary amenities including a downtown shuttle, ‘Healthy Start’ breakfast, exercise facility, guest laundry, parking, and wireless high-speed internet.  We are located only six blocks from the historic plaza and across the street from the Railyard Park dining and shopping district.

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Southwest-style budget option with a heated pool plus a free continental breakfast & WiFi.- Google
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reviewed 2 months ago
We first found the Sage Inn from Groupon. We wanted to have a nice vacation away and Santa Fe was on our list of places to go. So, we purchased the Groupon and couldn’t have been happier. The room was clean, the breakfast was awesome, and most importantly we were VERY close to the downtown area. We drove and had our own car, but the Sage Inn provides a van every hour, on the hour, to take you to and from the down town area if that would work better. We decided to return to Santa Fe recently, so we didn’t even think to look at other hotels. The Sage Inn was our first, and only, choice for the trip. Again, the room was clean and the breakfast was awesome. The location really is perfect. Very close to the downtown area for shopping, a few minutes drive to several hiking spots. Why would you spend more money at other places when you can get it all at the Sage Inn? A nice independent hotel that really wants to cater to their client instead of a giant hotel chain where you are just a number.
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Amir Izadi
reviewed a month ago
Looks ok on the surface, but once you spend a little time here you realize that it really cheaps out on things like poorly functioning air conditioners and lack of fridge. I wouldn't stay here again.
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Eric Eichel
reviewed 6 months ago
Staff is nice. Location is near downtown either by a 10 minute walk or the hourly shuttle from the hotel. Next to a whole foods which is great to save a few bucks on eating out. Affordable considering the alternatives. Problems though. Squeaky everywhere. Breakfast is nothing special. Heat/AC was awful either full heat or full cold. Room was tiny. Will try somewhere else next time.
Bill Wares
reviewed 2 months ago
what a rip off!!!!!! It is not an Inn is a glorified motel w/ a glorified front room. They claim to be all green and organic, but the breakfast is nothing bat cardboard waffles cheap syrup along w/ bad coffee and discount boxed muffins. it is not within walking distance of the main square and to feet away would not qualify for beeing a downtown hotel!!!The rooms are small the beds are ok, but you get all the noise from the traffic in front of your room!!! If only they send the money in the breakfast food and make organic and fresh it would be easy to forget the other complains. The funny thing is that Whole Foods is just next door and have great baguettes and wonderful pastries.
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Davide Chinellato
reviewed 10 months ago
Only good aspects were breakfast and service. I booked a non smoking 2 bed room and ended up w one w one bed. They were super friendly and got me a new room, but it was definitely too small for 4, smelled like someone had just smoked in there and the shower wasn't working properly. Room was clean though. Won't come back
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Jeff Chappell
reviewed 9 months ago
Been awake most of the night listening to the baby elephant waking on the squeaky floor boards in the room above us. Well appointed 'small room', can hear people waking and talking outside the room, piping is VERY noisy can hear toilets flushing and other people taking showers. Paid $89 pn and THEN they also Charge $5 extra for parking your car, Never had that before. I will move to Motel 6 across the road.