6 mentions on Trippy
Here's what Trippy members say about the La Fonda Hotel:
"La Fonda Hotel is also great but can be pricey in the peak seasons." See More
"If you want more centralized in the city try La Fonda Hotel or Inn and Spa at Loretto which are both in the downtown/plaza area of Santa Fe." See More
"I think you might like either the Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi or La Fonda Hotel." See More
"Stay at La Fonda Hotel and take the walking tour of the city, dinner at the piano bar-Vanessie Santa Fe, Coyote Cafe and La Cantina at La Casa Sena" See More
"La Fonda Hotel off the plazza is great but also spaless." See More
"Don’t stay on the Santa Fe Plaza too long. It is for tourists. To see a slice of old Santa Fe take a self tour of La Fonda Hotel. It is the oldest hotel in the town and near the church. It has been beautifully and historically correctly refurbished. There is lots of artwork there too. Go to the museums on Museum Hill. Fabulous! Take a hike in the gorgeous mountains with beautiful views. Instead of the shed, go to La Choza where the locals eat. Same owners as the Shed. Get there early and take in a more Santa Fe experience without so many tourists. Tour Canyon Road to see artwork and beautiful boutiques with unusual locally made items. Enjoy the Land of Enchantment. If you visit in the Summer, go to the world famous Opera and Chamber Music events for a peak experience. Get tickets ahead."