This is a nice hotel, decorated in Southwestern themes. The lobby is spacious and welcoming and the front desk folks were friendly and helpful, providing us a map of Santa Fe. The rooms have that western flavor with Navajo style throws on the bed, a cowhide easy chair, coordinating lamps and art, and even lizard themed towel racks. Nicely done. There is an elevator (yay!), sufficient parking, and wi-fi is good. Breakfast is from 6-10 and has the normal array with scrambled eggs, sausage links, pastry, etc. It's kind of out in the boonies so you'll find fast food places like KFC and McDonald's and a Walmart with a Subway just down the road.
Location is the only drawback. I was a bit concerned driving up as the hotel is next door to a pawn shop, but we didn't experience any problems. If you want to see Old Town Santa Fe, you'll have to drive there. Parking will cost you - we parked in a garage for about 3 hours for $7 or so. That said, you should wander around downtown to see the beautiful churches and admire the Santa Fe style of the buildings and shops.More