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What you should know about Downtown Santa Fe

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Founded in 1610 and sitting at an elevation of 7,000 feet, Santa Fe bears the distinction of being both the oldest and highest state capital in the USA. Downtown Santa Fe is the city's compact but vibrant core, complete with imposing Gothic churches, thriving live music and performing arts venues, and an unrivalled Native American folk art scene. It also plays host to a mind-boggling array of festivals and one-off events each year, with highlights including the compellingly colorful Fiestas de Santa Fe in September. Downtown Santa Fe hotels are in extremely high demand between June and August, so prices are often at a premium at this time of year. Demand can also be high during the winter ski season. You'll stand a much better chance of securing a great deal by visiting in spring or fall.

What are the Top Hotels in Downtown Santa Fe?

Las Palomas is a romantic upscale inn, praised by guests for its eclectic decor, generous free breakfasts, friendly service, and home-away-from-home vibe. Garrett's Desert Inn is a centrally located, competitively priced hotel, which boasts enticing amenities like a shimmering outdoor pool, a sleek conference space, and a fitness center. The Santa Fe Sage Inn is another favorite among budget travelers, where the spacious guestrooms come complete with hot drink makers, TVs with premium channels, and free WiFi.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Downtown Santa Fe?

Downtown Santa Fe is where you'll find most of the city's most popular hotels. This sought-after district is home to blockbuster museums, independent shops selling handmade gifts and homewares, and restaurants serving mouthwatering Mexican-influenced cuisine slathered with fresh, colorful chili sauce. Art aficionados may want to base themselves near Canyon Road, where you'll find over 100 galleries showcasing everything from old master paintings to contemporary sculpture. Santa Fe is another alluring neighborhood, home to hip microbreweries and food trucks, as well as the revered Institute of American Indian Arts.

What are Hotels like in Downtown Santa Fe?

As a major visitor destination, Downtown Santa Fe is blessed with an abundance of hotels to suit all budgets. If you're planning a low-cost city break, your needs should be served by one of the district's smart motels or no-frills hotels, where the reasonable room rates often include money-saving extras like free breakfasts and onsite parking. If you have a little more cash to splash, you can stay in a smart, mid-range hotel and take advantage of alluring amenities like sun-kissed pool terraces, stylish lounge bars, round-the-clock business facilities, and room service. Or, if you're planning a self-indulgent getaway, there are also luxurious hotels equipped with full-service spas, where you can indulge in a heavenly full-body massage or a decadent day of beauty treatments.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Downtown Santa Fe?

If you book early, you may be able to land a night in a Downtown Santa Fe hotel for as little as $60. However, you might have problems finding such a bargain during peak periods, when many hotels more typically charge in the region of $150 a night. Meanwhile, a night in one of the city's most exclusive hotels might set you back upwards of $300. During periods of lower occupancy, hotels sometimes slash their prices by up to 50%, so there are sometimes great last-minute deals to be had.

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