Old Santa Fe Inn encapsulates the artistic and cultural influences that make historical Santa Fe “the City Different.” With its prime location and authentic southwestern charm, Old Santa Fe Inn promises you beauty, warmth, and hospitality from a simpler time. Old Santa Fe Inn is owned by a fourth-generation New Mexico family that has long been an integral part of the Santa Fe community. With deep appreciation for the city’s dynamic history and diverse cultural traditions, the family founded the Inn to offer guests southwestern ambiance at affordable rates. Only two blocks from the Railrunner train station and four blocks from Santa Fe Plaza on Route 66, guests can find the best of Santa Fe within walking distance. Close by are unique shops and galleries, several museums, and over 75 restaurants. The Inn’s knowledgeable staff can give you more information about visiting nearby landmarks such as the Loretto Chapel, New Mexico State Capital Building, San Miguel Mission (the oldest church in the United States), and Palace of the Governors where Native Americans gather every morning to sell their handmade jewelry and crafts. Whether visiting Santa Fe for business or pleasure, come experience the kindness of our helpful staff and explore the rich character of Santa Fe.