TripAdvisor traveler ratingbased on 1000 reviews
Welcome to the finest hotel in Santa Fe, where the rich history of the Southwest meets modern amenities and upscale comforts. Set on six beautifully landscaped acres just steps from Santa Fe's Historic Plaza, La Posada de Santa Fe, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, surrounds guests with local artwork, adobe architecture and luxurious casita-style accommodations unmatched at other resorts in Santa Fe. The allure of La Posada de Santa Fe stretches beyond our unique rooms and artful suites unique rooms to a holistic, locally inspired experience. The Gallery Collection — our professionally curated art program — celebrates established American artists who create with the spirit of the Southwest in mind and at heart. Our full-service spa and salon provides an array of rejuvenating and relaxing treatments, administered by expert practitioners. Unlike some Santa Fe hotels, many of our 26 buildings date back to the 1800s, including the historic Staab House, home to its namesake cocktail bar and Fuego Restaurant. Welcome to The Art Hotel of Santa Fe – La Posada.
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General policies & fine print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy:
This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
Room taxes are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
A mandatory hotel-imposed fee per room, per day will be charged and collected by the hotel either at check-in or check-out. This fee is not included in your package price and is subject to change.
A minimum parking fee per room, per day, per vehicle will be charged and collected by the hotel at check-in or check-out. The fee is subject to change without prior notice
Ratings & reviews
TripAdvisor traveler rating1000 reviews
Covid lockdown suggestions
We’re in the property now. Our visit will end this week. While trying to make the best of a bad situation (the Governor says no restaurants open other than take out) I would suggest that tables in the courtyard spaced appropriately would make our stay so much more enjoyable. Hoping the hotel will get back to normal soon!
Needs significant work. Best Western a better value. Not luxurious.
Outside of the TVs, wall art, and newer leather couches/chairs, which by the way are very nice, the hotel needs significant work. Considering La Posada de Santa Fe markets itself as a luxury resort, you could call it a dump. Everything is outdated and very worn, if not semi-dilapidated. Tiles need new grouting. Walls have stains. Furniture is excessively scratched. Carpeting has seen better days. Other furniture is mismatched, like the modern Ikea-like table the Keurig coffeemaker sits on. The TV stand doors were warped and didn't close fully. And I had a suite -- one of their better, more expensive rooms. I would hate to see basic rooms. Also, there are almost no electrical or USB outlets. The outlets on the desk didn't work. No room in the bathroom for any toiletries. The bathroom was small and very dated. Not even shabby chic. Just old and worn. The closet was almost nonexistent. You can't put anything in it. I don't know how anyone would stay here for more than 1-2 days because there's no storage. There wasn't even a luggage rack for a suitcase. I had a huge fridge, which was nice but didn't match the decor at all. I also expect a stocked mini-fridge at this kind of hotel, not something that looks like it belongs in a college dorm room. Coffee was cheap Keurig coffee. For a resort that is supposedly AAA four-diamond, I expect something better than the cheapest of cheap coffee. An espresso machine or something. No bottles of water in the room. None at all. No bathrobes. No slippers. No magazines or local tourist information. Valet parking is suspended. Instead, they charge you $10 for self-parking. But the parking lot is tiny. It was 100% full, forcing me to park in handicap parking. Thankfully, no ticket. Look, I get that many of the services have been cut back or eliminated because of coronavirus, which I understand, but the hotel needs to advertise this at booking. It doesn't. Right now, you get better value for money at a Best Western. The hotel would be better off just closing. But regardless, the physical condition of the hotel is very bad for the price and supposed star/quality level and rating. A fresh coat of paint, some newer furniture and attention to details would go a long ways. Until then, this is hardly a luxury hotel. Also, be mindful that ground-floor rooms have almost no privacy whatsoever, unless you keep your window curtains closed all day. And if you leave your windows open someone could cut the screen and break into your room. Next time I'll stay at the Holiday Inn Express or Fairfield Inn.
Beautiful Property with Excellent Service
While I saw some negative reviews on TripAdvisor, we decided to book and were extremely happy with the result. Both Amy and Elizabeth at the desk were extremely helpful in getting us everything we needed (we were a smidge needy with our requests, but nonetheless they a assisted without any hesitation). The room was beautiful, beds were comfortable, location was perfect and property itself was so gorgeous. Don’t let the negative reviews dissuade you, this property is great. Thank you for the amazing stay, this will be our go-to place anytime we are in Santa Fe!
Poor service cancels out a beautiful, unique property
Arriving at the hotel on a toasty afternoon, I realized instant relief from the chilly reception of the front desk staff. As a Titanium-level frequent guest, I’m spoiled with far better welcomes. As is habit, I asked if I was upgraded, and I was informed, “yes, you have a fireplace”. Funny, my room rate was for a fireplace king. I realize in these COVID days and commensurate occupancy rates that upgrades are hard to come by. Oh, and that fireplace? The room smells like a campfire the day after you douse it with pond water. You really don’t want it. On the upside, the setting is pretty. And being one of the few guests, it is nicely quiet. With my job now taking me to Santa Fe every month, can’t say I’ll be back. Perhaps give it a try after COVID-craziness calms down. Maybe the staff will be more welcoming then.
Amy the front desk clerk was terrible
this Posada resort was the worst experience hotel ever. It's pitiful as it is part of Marriott chain and shouldn't be even classified as resort category. The service was even below Hotel 6 chains....Amy was extremely rude 😤