Santa Fe, NM 

El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn

 
220 W Manhattan Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501-2622 US
(866)558-0918
(505)988-1177
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Rates: $110 to $200
Total Rooms: 15

Description

Circa 1820. This historic bed and breakfast was originally a two-bedroom Spanish farmhouse that doubled in size to a Territorial style in 1860, was remodeled as a Victorian in 1912 and became a Pueblo Revival in 1920. All styles are present today and provide a walk through many years of history. Located in historic downtown Santa Fe, the inn is within easy walking distance to the Plaza and Canyon Road.Publicity and Awards: Denver Post, Innsider, Country Inns, Outside, Sunset, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Travel & Leisure, America West, Travel & Holiday.Location: City/Urban.

Room Detail

Room 1
This lovely room opens onto the courtyard. It is appointed in Mexican pine furniture including the queen-size bed, has a private bath with decorative tiles around the tub-shower enclosure, Saltillo tile floors, and a skylight. Two stain-glass windows above the bed add a distinctive touch to the room.
Rates: $125 - $155

 
Room 2
Opening onto the courtyard, Room 2 offers either twin beds or a king-bed configuration, a skylight, a private bath with decorative tiles around the tub-shower, and Mexican Saltillo tile floors. A unique wooden headboard and Mexican furnishings create a delightful ambiance for your stay.
Rates: $130 - $155

 
Room 3
Opening to the courtyard, this cozy, romantic room has brick floors, a gas-burning, kiva-style fireplace and a private bath with a shower. It is furnied in pine furniture, a wrought-iron queen bed and decorated with molas and Central American weavings.
Rates: $135 - $155

 
Room 4
Cozy, romantic room with brick and pine floors, gas-burning kiva-style fireplace and a private bath with a shower. Furnished in pine furniture, a wrought-iron queen bed and a sky-light. A fluffy down comforter (in the winter) make you want to cocoon in for a lazy weekend.
Rates: $145 - $165

 
Room 5
Warm, polished pine floors and the old clawfoot tub (with shower attachment) in the bathroom let you know that this room has a history. Indeed, the bath with its high ceilings , was part of the barn back when El Paradero was a farm. The room has a queen bed, carved Southwestern furniture and a hand-painted corner trastero. This quaint room is enhanced by whimisical Musuem of New Mexico fabric on the chairs and bedskirt.
Rates: $125 - $155

 
Room 6
Spacious with high ceilings, this room has a tall, dramatic adobe fireplace buit by Taos Indians, brick floors and lots of room for a longer stay. This room was part of the old barn back when El Paradero was a farm. The bed is a queen bed. The bath has a tub/shower and wonderful folk art paintings on the wall.
Rates: $155 - $180

 
Room 7
Brick floors, viga ceilings, a dramatic pine and tin headboard and a low price make this a popular room. Room Seven is flexible and can have either twin beds or a king-sized bed. Room Seven adjoins Room Eight, making the combination popular with families. Its private bathroom is just steps across the hall and there is a sink basin in the room.
Rates: $110 - $130

 
Room 8
Brick floors, viga ceilings, Southwestern furniture, a kiva, wood-burning fireplace and a queen bed make this a popular and economical room. Room 8 has a sink basin in the room and its private bathroom (with shower) is just a few steps across the hall. A locked, adjoining door to Room 7 often makes these two rooms a popular combination for families.
Rates: $115 - $135

 
Room 9
Room 9 is a quintessential adobe room with brick floors, viga ceilings, a kiva, wood-burning fireplace and Southwestern furniture. The bed is a queen and the bath (a shower) is wonderfully tiled and fully handicapped accessible. A handsome, pine trastero with tin panel doors serves as a closet.
Rates: $150 - $170

 
Room 10
Located upstairs, this room is snuggled under the dormers. It has a queen bed, Saltillo tiled floors, decorative Talavera tiles in the bath (with tub/shower) and a small balcony. The furniture is carved Mexican pine with hand-woven rugs and molas as decoration.
Rates: $145 - $165

 
Room 11
Located upstairs, this room has two bedrooms. One bedroom has a queen bed, the other a single day bed with a trundle. There are Saltillo tiled floors, decorative Talavera tiles in the tub/shower, and two small balconies with mountain views. The furniture is carved Mexican pine with hand-woven rugs and molas as decoration.
Rates: $145 - $180

 
Room 12
Located upstairs in the main inn, this spacious room spans the entire front of the building and boasts a balcony with table and chairs as well as views to the east, west and north. There is a queen bed, a day bed and a trundle. A sitting area graces the room and the large bathroom has lovely Talavera sinks as well as a tiled vanity and tub/shower. There are Saltillo tile floors throughout and folk art adorns the walls.
Rates: $155 - $190

 
Pino Suite
The Pino suite is located in a charming, turn-of-the-century house and is furnished in period antiques, has a wood-burning fireplace, beautiful hardwood floors, cable TV, a pocket kitchenette, and a porch with a swing. The bedroom has a queen bed and the living room has a queen-size sofa bed. The period bathroom boasts a clawfoot tub with a shower. The building in which the Pino Suite is housed is on the New Mexico list of Historically Significant Properties.
Rates: $165 - $200

 
Ortiz Suite
The Ortiz Suite is located in a charming, turn-of-the-century house. It is furnished in period antiques, has a wood-burning fireplace, beautiful hardwood floors, cable TV, pocket kitchenette and a porch with a small yard. The bedroom has a queen bed and the living room has a queen-size sofa bed. The bath boasts a tiled shower/tub, and a vintage sink. This building is on the New Mexico list of Historically Significant Properties.
Rates: $165 - $200

 
Room 15
Located on the ground floor of the main inn, echoes from the past fill this inviting room. Furnished with a queen-size brass bed, a painted Mexican trastero and Southwestern chests, this room exudes the warmth and rustic charm of Old Santa Fe. Vintage wainscot, a Mexican-carved mirror, and a clawfoot tub with shower make Room 15's bath quaint and beautiful.
Rates: $125 - $160

 


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Rooms & Rates

Rates: $110 to $200
Payment types accepted include American Express, Personal Checks, Master Card, Travelers Checks, Discover and Visa.
Rooms: This property has 15 total guest accommodations, 13 with private bath, 7 with fireplaces, 2 suites and 1 conference room.

Policies

Minimum Stay Requirements: Two nights on weekends
Cancellation: Fourteen days- refund
Pets: Pets Allowed, Innkeepers pets on premises, Only by pre-arrangement and only in certain rooms.
Smoking: Smoke Free Property.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast and Afternoon Tea.
Types of meals: Early Coffee/Tea, Full Gourmet Breakfast and Afternoon Tea.
Amenities In Room: Hair Dryer, Fireplace, Clock Radio, Bath Amenities, Air Conditioning, Reading Lamps, Television, Telephone, Voice Mail, Wireless Internet Access, suite has cable TV and refrigerator.
Amenities On Site: Phone, Fireplace and Television.

Specials

- One Night Free: This property is featured in Bed & Breakfasts and Country Inns published by American Historic Inns. This guide features a certificate for ONE NIGHT FREE with the purchase of one night. The dates this property will honor the certificate are Nov. 1-March 31, excluding weekends and holidays (Nov. 24-28, Dec. 20-31)

Activities

Events Hosted: Meetings, Family Reunions, Weddings, Romantic Getaways and Seminars.
Other Activities: Golf, Fishing, Bicycling, Art Galleries, Hiking, Live Theater, Museums, Parks, Shopping (Local Crafts), Skiing Cross Country, Skiing Downhill, pueblos, opera and mountains.

Historic Interest

Historic Awards: State Register (Applied) and State Historical Site (Applied).
Historic Memberships: State Historical Society and City Historical Society.