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The Inn of the Governors is superbly located in the historic downtown area of Santa Fe, which is the setting for outdoor entertainment and local markets. This three-star hotel also affords guests unparalleled proximity to the city’s most notable landmarks including Loretto Chapel, Santa Fe Plaza, Lensic Theater, San Miguel Mission, Palace of the Governors, and New Mexico Museum of Art.
Displaying a colorful decor, the comfortable guestrooms of Inn of the Governors house a luxurious environment with plush items such as signature bedding, pillow-top mattress, blackout curtains, bathrobes, and designer toiletries. What’s more, articles in the form of minibar, shower/tub combination, desk, sewing kit, voice mail, and premium cable channels promote a well-rounded stay while air conditioning, iron/ironing board, coffee/tea maker, clock radio, and windows that open are additional in-room conveniences. Upon request, in-room massage, hypo-allergenic bedding, turndown service, plus cribs/infant beds can be obtained.
In the morning, the Inn of the Governors offers delicious complimentary breakfast while Del Charro Saloon, an old-west themed restaurant, serves mouth-watering fare throughout the day. Moreover, this inclusive establishment features state-of-the-art outdoor pool, billiards room, casual bar/lounge, spacious banquet hall, and outstanding patio. Business travelers value professional services, audio-visual equipment, together with multiple meeting rooms. Vacationers also appreciate dry cleaning/laundry service, air-conditioned public quarters, in-room dining options, ski storage, and welcoming lobby replete with free newspapers. The genial, multilingual staff and 24-hour front desk are readily available to assist with virtually any need.
The Inn of the Governors is merely 9 miles from Santa Fe’s airport. Furthermore, those traveling by vehicle are privy to complimentary parking on the premises.
Hotel Services and Facilities
Free WiFiFree parkingFree breakfast
24 hour front desk
Dry cleaning service
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A Guest from Tulsa, United States
stayed in December, 2016
Guest Score 10.0 out of 10
We love Inn of the Governors. It is always lovely, but especially beautiful during the Christmas season. It is the staff that makes this a special place and we like that it is independently owned. The rooms are clean and southwest pretty. We enjoy the included breakfast; green chile every morning! And you can't beat the location. It was not our first visit. This time we brought a friend. We will return.
There's only one thing: the two computers in the lobby will not allow you to print off Southwest boarding passes. If the computer upstairs is occupied, ask the desk to print them for you.
How to book
Making your reservation in Inn of the Governors is easy and secure. Simply select your dates of stay and click on the “Check Rates” button to submit the form.
After room types and rates are returned to your screen, you will be able to choose the rate you desire by reading the room information in the center of the screen, then clicking on the "Book Now" button on the right side of the screen. After you have selected your desired room type, you will be taken to a "Complete your booking" form. Then you will need to review the "Details of your stay" and fill in the blanks on the "Guest Details" section. Be sure your name and email address are spelled correctly.
After you fill out all of the needed information, press the "Complete reservation" button. To ensure your security, we use a secure commerce server, which encrypts the credit card number and encodes it into a non-usable form.
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“...It is always lovely...rooms are clean...you can't beat the location...We will return...”