The Don Gaspar Inn Hotel, Santa Fe
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Historical Traveller Reviews of The Don Gaspar Inn Hotel
A bit disappointingfrom LovetheWest
Don Gaspar - wonderfulfrom hmbruner
We had a great experience at the Don Gaspar Compound and would definitely stay there again. Santa Fe is a wonderful treat in itself and staying at the Don Gaspar just added to the whole trip.
You should definitely have a margarita at Maria's, lunch at Tia Sophia's, Sunday brunch at the Anasazi. Ten Thousand Waves is a real treat, and the Santa Fe National Forest is just a few minutes north. Just thinking about it, I want to go back!
Gorgeous rooms and attention to detailfrom WldExplorer
A friendly staff and lovely breakfast make this a relaxing and memorable place to stay in Santa Fe.
great placefrom bostonbased
One of the VERY best in town.from A TripAdvisor Member
Not ONE of our rooms were bad. As the hosts of the week. We picked the Territorial Suit which had a king bed ( a must for us) - living room and wonderful bathroom with beautiful tub (with shower) for two. And, the Olive Tree room has a door you can open between the rooms (which is where one of our single friends stayed so we could be a host to her- Plus the room is less)
The rooms are very well appointed and the staff extremely helpful.
The walk to town is 10 min. And, the breakfast just fine for us (as we enjoy carbs when we vacation :)
Another room for those of you who like a full apartment feeling plus a private courtyard is the Courtyard suite - and if having friends get the suite right next to it.
We found the prices VERY competitive - in fact I feel it is LESS expensive than comprable places (and would LOVE to hear of anything better for less- so I hope if you put a new post up you will mention it )
One thing I do not know about is the TV situation (so if important to you - you should ask the staff) . We don't watch TV while in town because we are way too busy and fall into bed at night and read. However, we have found that most of the B&B's don't have alot of channels. Also- I have not yet experienced a B&B with High Speed Internet (like you get in the City hotels). We were able to use dial up from our room and when I needed to research the TENT ROCKS - The staff did it FOR me and printed out everything I needed from their computer - PLUS they found a good shuttle for us for the Opera (as we were 12 people.).
One of my Favorite Placesfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Excellent value, location, and gardenfrom asteroid
But the best part was surely the lovely landscaping. With a babbling fountain in the courtyard, fruit trees, and a profusion of flowers in bloom, the ambiance was just what I'd wanted.
I'm not so sold on this place that I'll claim I won't shop around for my next trip to Santa Fe. But any competition will have to work really hard to convince me to stay elsewhere.
Fine Choicefrom A TripAdvisor Member
2 Nights at Don Gasparfrom A TripAdvisor Member
The included breakfast offered cereal, muffins, an excellent selection of fruit, as well as cheese, deli meats and good bread. The glassed in breakfast porch or patio are fine places to enjoy morning coffee.
I would have rated this inn above average save for one issue. There are TVs in the rooms, but none are hooked to cable, so you get a choice of 3 channels with VERY poor reception. For the price of the stay here, we found that mystifying and disappointing.
Average innfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Top Local Tips for Santa Fe
Walking tour Take the historic walking tour around the Plaza (ask at your hotel). Cheap, and it gives you lots of great history and fun facts.
Authentic NM food Try these: the Counter Culture Cafe; The Shedd on the Plaza; the Tolecolete Cafe; and the French cafe on Old Burro Alley. Las Mayas is expensive and not any better than any of those I just mentioned. I also ate at the Blue Corn Cafe but it was nothing really special--decent but average. My best meal was at the Cooking School, where I took a class on native cooking--it was fabulous!!
Don't always fall into the tourist trap There are many fantastic restaurants in Santa Fe, not only the common tourist restaurants. We found many out of the way places where the food was delightful and the prices bearable.
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