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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 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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In New Mexico, chile is a sacrament, a blessing of the the tongue. When chile roasts in autumn, we breathe in the spicy promise on every corner, and throughout the year, sprinkle it into many, many di...
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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 RoadUSNew MexicoSanta 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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Casual Southwest-style lodging with a heated pool, plus free breakfast & shuttle service.- Google
"Next to a whole foods which is great to save a few bucks on eating out."
"Nice modernized motel with 10 minute walk to town."
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Karen Nichols
3 months ago
The new restaurant is the highlight here. Wonderful food, good service. The rooms are freezing until you arrive and turn on the heat, and then it alternate from too hot to too cold all night. At least it was quiet and clean.
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gwatt72
3 months ago
This 'Inn' mislead from the start. The accommodation is a glorified motel. When arrived the main lobby looked great, clean and seemed like a nice place to stay on a budget. Was I wrong, once checked in we had to walk up stairs, no elevator. Our room smelled of must and cleaning supplies. After all was said and done I still had to pay $85 for one night. Would not recommend this place to anyone.
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Nicholas Uhrig
4 months ago
Request a room by the pool. They heat their outdoor pool to 86 degrees in the winter, it is very enjoyable even in 20 degrees weather!! The rooms are clean and restaurant is good. Docked one star because we had an older room heater without a thermostat, so we had to get up a few times during the night to adjust it and keep the room at a comfortable temperature--first world problems.
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Douglas Moore
2 weeks ago
Basic accommodations nothing real bad and nothing real good. It's like a crossbred Motel 6 with Hampton Inn. The on-site restaurant called "Derailed at the Sage" is a lot of fluff with very little substance. They should concentrate on doing a few things really good instead of many things mediocre.
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Barbara Hoover
6 months ago
Neat place to stay. Pet friendly. I don't think it's worth what they are charging. Room way too small. You have to pay for parking on top of that. No elevator for the price. Next time we will stay on bottom floor. Guy that checked us out not friendly at all. Refused to give us a receipt when we left. Guy that checked us in put us at wrong room and we had to walk around to find right room and then keys wouldn't work. But for atmosphere neat place to stay but not worth price
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Robert Merrick
5 months ago
I wound up having to spend Thanksgiving here alone and stayed at the Santa Fe Sage Inn for 2 nights. The food is excellent, the chef is a very nice lady that comes out and talks to the customers. Jessica the bartender is very nice and makes excellent drinks. The rooms are nice, everything works and they are decorated with Santa Fe style furniture. The chef gets the vegetables from the local farmers market and the price of the room was very low. I feel like I have found a secret place that I can tell friends about. Thank you Sage Inn!
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Nagarajan B
4 months ago
The queen room with two beds wasn't in line with aa 3 star hotel. The room with a single king bed was pretty good
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Marcel Beffort
4 months ago
Okay cheap hotel. Pros : the rooms are fine. Cons: the included breakfast is not that good. Everyone who goes to the bar takes up all the parking space.