October 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Eldorado Hotel & Spa in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Nestled in the heart of New Mexico, in desert highlands as beautiful and picturesque as a damask rose, is the luxurious Eldorado Hotel & Spa – part of the Lifestyle collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts. In the center of downtown Santa Fe, this pueblo revival-style hotel surrounds you with plush and elegant accommodations designed to ensure a beautiful stay. With warm earthy tones, and views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in the distance, the desert becomes an enchanting, relaxing escape. Gaze out over the brilliant hues as the sun sets purple over the sands, and relax on your terrace enjoying a cocktail. Between the fabulous accommodations and modern accouterments, New Mexico has never been this inviting. At the Eldorado Hotel & Spa, your desert oasis awaits, and your vacation is just beginning.
Recline near the rooftop pool and soak in the invigorating rays of sun, or maybe indulge with a massage at the Nidah Spa for a relaxing morning. If you prefer a little adventure stroll through nearby Santa Fe Plaza to marvel at Spanish-colonial era buildings, and the beautiful Loretto Chapel. If you are looking for some exciting outdoor activities, head to the nearby Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Hike or bike the stunning mountain trails in the summer months, and ski or snowboard down its fantastic runs in the winter. For a truly breathtaking experience, take in Santa Fe and the mountains from high above with a beautiful ride in a hot air balloon. Or to experience a taste of New Mexico, literally, take an exciting class at the Santa Fe School of Cooking. Learn how to mix spices and cook in true southwestern style as Spanish, Mexican, and Native American cuisines are exquisitely taught. After a wonderful class, sate your appetite with a meal at Old House Restaurant. Presenting a seasonal menu, made from the freshest ingredients, this restaurant in the Eldorado Hotel is a perfect place to conclude the day. With a fabulous day behind you, return to your room as the sun goes down. Retire to your plush room at the Eldorado Hotel, and with a smile on your face, drift to sleep imagining the next beautiful day in the desert.
Location of Eldorado Hotel & Spa
Nearest Airport: ABQ
Amenities for Eldorado Hotel & Spa
- General Information
- 219 Guest Rooms
- Pet Friendly
- Room Service
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Shuttle Service
- Spa on Property
- Laundry Service
- Fitness Center
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Multilingual Staff
- Valet Parking
- Rooftop Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Business Center
- Conference Facilities
- Children's Amenities
- Historic Sites
- Art Galleries
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for Eldorado Hotel & Spa
My mom and I take an annual girls' trip to Santa Fe and each time we come back, Nicki the bellman remembers us! This hotel is very close to the Plaza, also has reasonably priced parking. Comfortable beds, nice showers, and the front desk is accommodating about moving you if you don't like the room. We will definitely keep coming back.
gp372017 - Denver, Colorado
Beautiful property in need of some care. Large room. Remodeled bath. Fridge broke. Curtain pull broken. Door lock broken. Great old town and mountain view. Staff friendly and helpful. Close to old town and restaurants.
garyshess - Saint Cloud, Minnesota
I was looking forward to staying at this "newly remodeled" hotel. Public spaces are nice and newly renovated. A little strange to have the main gathering place, Cava, located within the main lobby closed the entire time I was here. The hotel felt like it had no life. The guest rooms, at least mine, was really dark and depressing. Several within our group commented that it was the darkest hotel room they've ever stayed in. Fine during the day when you could open your drapes and have sunshine but otherwise depressing and very tired. No dresser, no safe. Made it difficult to store things. Carpets in hallways were terribly stained, wood work chipped and warn. Did not feel at all like a 4 star hotel. Location was good and service was also good until last day when I asked to change a $20 bill at the front desk and was told they had run out of change. Very odd, I think it was a change of shift and she had already counted her bank so didn't want to have to redo.
Michael B - Worcester, Massachusetts
We stayed at Eldorado in Santa Fe for two nights in July of 2017. We paid $631.91 for two nights. My husband, who has a buzz cut, warned me that I would have trouble rinsing my longer hair in the shower. The water pressure was extremely low. Also, the frame of the casement woman was broken. We told the front desk. The repair people closed the window as best they could but it was not repaired and we could hear outside noises, including trash pick-up early in the morning. This seems for a lot to pay when the two of the basics are not being provided.
beatrizvictoria - Albuquerque
It was our second accommodation in Santa Fe, on an improvised trip - our choices were limited. We had to move from another place and the Eldorado Hotel looked quite attractive: Santa Fe architecture, perfect location in the Old City, we looked forward to our two nights there. The service was very nice and accommodating. What disappointed us, was the actual architecture of the over-sized hotel, with huge spaces devoted to conferences, weddings, other functions that have nothing to do with comfort of hotel guest. Our room, like as I could see all other rooms had tiny windows, was dark inside. There was no view from the room, the small windows were too high to look through and reminded rather "basement accommodation". I wonder what architect designed this building forgetting that was supposed to be a hotel, and depraved the hotel guests of light. In addition, proportionally to the other large public spaces, including terraces for events, the only swimming pool in the hotel was so tiny, that it could fit comfortably no more than two people, and was overflowing - we did not try. Then while leaving Eldorado, we were charged $25 per night a "resort fee" - not a very high fee, only it is a stretch to call Eldorado: a large dark hotel, with a huge lobby and prominent bar, and a very tiny swimming pool, a resort. I have noticed a large unused roof, that most of the hotel rooms were facing - maybe another smart architect could build at least a large pool there to justify the hotel charge a resort fee. I love Santa Fe, I love New Mexico, its architecture, art galleries, meeting wonderful people. There were so many other great things to experience, and forget that at night we had to come back to the unappealing accommodation.
EastCoastReviewer7 - New York