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Pecos Trail Inn
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Reviewed 8 April 2012

Finding this hotel was a very lucky late night shot in the dark for us. Driving into Santa Fe on an unfamiliar road (US 84) at night with no idea where the hotels are or how to get to them is tricky at best. I fully support New Mexico's Night Sky Protection act but without those elevated and lighted signs, finding a last minute lodging gets difficult. Somehow, we made the best of wrong turns and found the Pecos Trail Inn completely by accident.

The late night clerk was happy to see us and welcomed our entire family--two adults and two intrepid traveling terriers. He cheerfully told us how to reach a nearby park to exercise the dogs. His description of the Casita room almost sold me on the very reasonably priced upgrade, but since we didn't need all the fabulous amenities for just one night, we took a regular double room. They are gorgeous! The tile floors and exposed beams surrounded the comfortable beds and tasteful furnishings, the large dressing area kept the chaos out of the sleeping area, and the ample supply of towels felt like a decadent luxury.

Next morning, we enjoyed decent coffee and the housekeepers cheerfully let us get an extra from their cart. The park is in a quiet residential neighborhood and it made our dog walks quite easy and pleasant. If we ever get to Santa Fe to spend some quality time, we will definitely stay here again.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank katskil
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Reviewed 5 January 2012

Clean quiet motel in North Santa Fe, AAA rated and a great value for families. Nothing fancy, but rated highly for the price.

Our family has been coming here every year, for over a decade, and we have always enjoy our stays. Located on the East side of town, near the Old Pecos Trail exit on I-25 (but far enough not to feel freeway-adjacent), it is a bit out of town but near Museum Hill, Saint John's College and the hospital. The motel is an easy 5-10 min drive to downtown and more convenient and way better than the comparably priced chains along busy/commercial Cerillos Road. It is in a quiet area (technically on Old Pecos Trail, it is set back off the road) and has a great pool. Rooms are modest but clean, pretty and updated in Southwest style. Some are a bit small, but many have small kitchenettes. The 2BR+kitchen casitas are a great alternative to the busy and bland Residence Inn, but there are only two and often not available. There is a city playground and outdoor fitness route accessible from the back. Front desk staff has always been courteous and cheerful. There is a restaurant next door, but not much else - this is a primarily residential part of town (the neighborhood directly behind the motel is quite nice, it's near the Quail Run gated community too), so you'll need to drive to do anything. The place works best as a short stay or a relaxing base for exploring Santa Fe and surroundings; if you need the full in-town romantic Santa Fe B&B experience, go elsewhere (but be prepared to pay). Rumor has it that the owners of Tomasita's are opening a restaurant in this location, and Harry's Roadhouse is a short drive down the Old Las Vegas Highway.

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 31 October 2011

We have stayed at Pecos Trail Inn several times and have always had a good experience. This time we were with friends. We had a casita for the first night, but it was not available for the rest of our stay. They showed us two adjoining rooms which worked out just fine. All the rooms had been freshly painted and were clean. In-room coffee. A large dressing room, closet and vanity, by the bath. Staff was friendly and flexible.

Room Tip: The casitas, a small apartment, really, are good for groups or families. Their kitchens are small but adequate, with appropriate furnishings.
  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with friends
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1  Thank WildflowerMama
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Reviewed 28 July 2010

I stayed here with my husband, small daughter and large dog. Tiles floors are great for dog... worrisome for small child. Clean though. Staff very nice. Pool clean and enjoyable, underused. Adjoining restaurant is yummy, but not the best ambiance. Location is a bit remote if you're there for shopping... great if you're there for other activities like mountain biking. We did have a visit from a mouse one night. He didn't get in. He tried for an hour or so, but I think that's b/c there is a field behind the rooms. Still, I couldn't sleep that night at all. But, when you're on a budget it's better than the other inexpensive options in town. I've tried them. I know.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled with family
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1  Thank jenfrgill
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Reviewed 21 September 2009

This hotel was recommended to us and we got the 2 bedroom unit with kitchen and 1 and 1/2 bathrooms. It has pretty saltillo tile floors and the furniture was comfortable. HOWEVER, during our stay, the owner decided to tar the whole parking lot leaving us no way to drive way back to the end of the property to unload suitcases and children. We had to unload at the office and walk everything back. Later than night, they finally let us drive to our room over newly tarred areas.

Then the next morning, we woke up early to get everyone showered and bathed - adults and children. However, the water in the bath/shower didn't work at all. We had to take sponge baths. We told the office and they say "Sorry." but no refund or discount was given. For these reasons, I couldn't recommend this place.

  • Stayed: September 2009, travelled with family
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