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Front of the Inn Of The Governors in Satna Fe, New Mexico
Located just two blocks from the Plaza of Santa Fe, the Inn of the Governors is a wonderful find.  Its central location is great for exploring the historic district and the pool adds an attraction for families and sun worshipers.

Hotel Lobby

The lobby offers comfortable seating, a concierge and computer access.  A small restaurant and bar is located adjacent but connected to the property.  A nice buffet breakfast in the restaurant was included with my room.  Inns Website

Room interior with Southwestern decorations
Basic rooms are pretty standard motel room sized.  The rooms are beautifully decorated with items native to the Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico area.  For more info on Santa Fe click here.

Hand painted tin mirror
Pottery, woven baskets, historic photographs, contemporary Native American art & Spanish inspired metal work.  An interesting collection worthy of a hotel in the old historic district of Santa Fe.

Interior of the room at the Inn Of The Governors
My bed was a little soft but acceptable.  Linens and towels were also acceptable.  Room was very clean.  Plenty of light and comfortable chairs.  The desk was a bit crowded with stuff.  I had to clear most of it to work on the desktop.  The wooden desk chair was a little hard.  WiFi signal was strong and fast.

Sink area
Artwork in the bathroom
The bath was small but well equipped, clean and bright.

Pool are at the hotel
Pool is just of the lobby and is small but big enough for a refreshing dip on a warm New Mexico day.

Exterior of the Inn Of The Governors
Colorful flower boxes line the hotel's handrails and add a splash of color.  The grounds are very well maintained. Unlike many other hotels and inns in the Santa Fe historic area the Inn of the Governors does not have a resort or parking fee.