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The hotel is an old artists' colony. We stayed in the Ivy Cottage which was utterly delightful. Off-street parking was a blessing as we could walk everywhere in the Old Town. Breakfast is included and it was delicious - cooked to order!
Beautiful inn consisting of several little apartments (aka casitas) surrounding a nice garden. We were in "Ivy Cottage" which had its own private patio with a sitting area. Everything was kept in local style with a sitting room and attached kitchen, a sleeping room and...More
My husband, daughter, son-in-law and I spent a couple of nights here. Overall, it is a charming Southwestern experience. We stayed in a two-bedroom casita and there was ample space for all of us. There was a door leading to a patio area and another...More
My husband and I stayed here for a couple nights as we explored Albuquerque and Santa Fe. We stayed in the Zuni room and loved the mural and other unique artwork, especially on the built-in fireplace. There was even a “photo journal” collage showing the...More
Lovely interior gardens. The casitas are historic and decorated appropriately. We really enjoyed the ambiance, although it is unusual and even a bit on the quirky side. The dining room is lovely, and serves delicious made-to-order breakfast. Close to Old Town.
We do not have a bar on site. There are several bars in the Old Town Historic District just a couple of block away including Seasons, High Noon and the QBar.
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"If you have any disability or limited range of motion, make sure you get a room without a clawfoot tub."