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Inn Of The Turquoise Bear

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9.8
Excellent
253 reviews
+1 505-983-0798

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Free Wifi
Free Parking
Located in Santa Fe (Downtown Santa Fe), Inn Of The Turquoise Bear is within a 10-minute walk of San Miguel Mission and New Mexico State Capitol. Featured amenities include a business center and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Free self parking is available onsite.
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342 East Buena Vista Street
Santa Fe, NM 87505
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9.8
Excellent
Value for money
"Morning breakfast which is included" "Snacks included"
Breakfast
"Eggs made to order, delicious" "New Mexican style breakfast was delightful"
Food
"Wonderful dinner option" "Food was superb"
Yummy desserts, said 100%.
Service
"Excellent hosts and chefs" "Thank you for your fantastic hospitality"
Management was excellent, said 100%.
100% found the staff to be very friendly.
Vibe
"Public space of the house are beautifully appointed" "Our stay so enjoyable and memorable"
100% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
100% said it was a stylish accommodation.
Location
"A stroll into town" "Within walking distance of major historic district sights"
100% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
Great parking, according to 100%.
Room
"Loved the bed linens" "Rooms welcoming and impeccable"
83% thought rooms were spacious.
96% said the beds were comfortable.
Amenities
"Grounds and gardens a delight" "Property is gorgeous and peaceful"
100% enjoyed the lobby entrance.
100% loved the terrace.
Cleanliness
"Casita was nicely decorated and clean" "Room was beautiful and very clean"
100% said rooms were clean.
Comfort
"Property is gorgeous and peaceful" "Pillows luxurious"
83% thought rooms were spacious.
89% thought it was pleasantly quiet.

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Great desserts & fruits
Good management
Friendly atmosphere
Stylish accommodation
Expert Reviews
Lonely Planet
Visitors enjoy the quiet now, but this expansive adobe palace, built by local legend Witter Bynner and partner Robert Hunt, was once home to legendary parties.
oyster.com
Romantic desert oasis that’s rich in history with a central Old Santa Fe Trail location. Attracting mostly couples, the bed-and-breakfast is a national historic site
Travel + Leisure
Just blocks from the Plaza and close to the Opera, the Inn of the Turquoise Bear is surrounded by an acre of terraces, gardens full of lilacs and roses, and tall pines.