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Conde Nast Traveller just voted Santa Fe

the #2 city to visit in USA!

 

HERE’S THE MOST RECENT TRIP ADVISOR REVIEW!

Jan 2nd 2014

“Our new favorite place to stay in Santa Fe!”

5 of 5 stars

My husband and I recently stayed a few nights at El Paradero (thanks to another hotel’s error) and we could not have been more pleased! EVERYTHING was fantastic! Sue Jett is the most warm and welcoming Innkeeper. The rooms are beautifully decorated and definitely make you feel as if you are in the heart of Santa Fe. The breakfasts are fabulous as are the cooks and Kim, the waitress, all whom make the start of each day wonderful! And the location is fantastic as well…just a short pleasant walk two or three blocks north to the plaza is perfect! We were able to walk to the Farmer’s and Artisans markets at the railyard, and to dinner or to meet friends for drinks and didn’t have to worry about driving…plus we knew our parking was very secure. Thank you Sue (and Paul) for the very best hospitality! We will definitely be back and are recommending your B&B to all of our friends.

 

NOW FEAST YOUR EYES ON SOME OF THE AMAZING BREAKFASTS

AND TEATIME DELIGHTS PREPARED IN OUR KITCHEN!

 

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Come stay at El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn.

You will be in the heart of historic Santa Fe, New Mexico. This charming Santa Fe bed and breakfast is located within easy strolling distance of the Plaza, Canyon Road, the Guadalupe Railyard historic district, many museums, shops, restaurants, and galleries. El Paradero is a very reasonable and memorable option for those wanting easy access to historic downtown Santa Fe.

El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn offers its own rich history.

This special Santa Fe bed and breakfast retreat was once an adobe farmhouse, built between 1800 and 1820 during Spanish Colonial rule. In the 1880s, Territorial architectural elements were added. Victorian doors and windows were added in 1912 to enhance this authentic piece of Santa Fe history. Adjacent to the main building is a turn-of-the-century double-brick coachman’s house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.