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Santa Fe International Hostel

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Westfield, Massachusetts
Reviewed 18 January 2014

take a trip back into the 70s .it is an xtremly Groovy place to stay. Amazing people from all over the world with travel storys that span the globe.the staff-friendly.very informative,vibrant,erruditive,,caring,funny,mirthful,couthy,hail fellows well met,and even trenchant.The owners,ditto from above.My compliments and thanks to them for their hospitality.The frig!wo!where else can u get free food,and healthy too.Where?nowhere.If u r looking for...

1Thank k k
Guthrie, Oklahoma
Reviewed 13 August 2013

I love the fact that you can travel and still cook your own eggs that you bought from the farmers market along with the buckwheat bread! (Dale told us about the farmers market and that in itself was worth the trip to Santa Fe.) You have to wash your own dishes and clean your own room but thats the way...

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Tallahassee, Florida
Reviewed 4 August 2013

Friendly helpful stuff.... The best coffee waiting for you every morning... Free food from the Whole Foods... Clean linens... Bus station in front of the hostel ($2 day pass)... 30 minutes walking to the center... All of this for $18 !!! .... This place has a lot of character... I WILL BE BACK !!!

1Thank Jitka L
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Reviewed 15 July 2013

When moving to Santa Fe a couple months back, I booked a private room in this hostel for four nights until I found a place to live. After experiencing one night here, I canceled the rest. You'd be much smarter to get a Super 8 or a Motel 6 for slightly more money. I spent three months backpacking through Europe...

17Thank Alowishs
Louisville, Kentucky
Reviewed 4 July 2013

I stayed at this hostel for a week at the end of May/ beginning of June 2013. I found the hostel to be very pleasant and I had a very good time when I was there. I stayed in the men's dorm and it was very comfortable. The staff was friendly and helpful. The kitchen is huge and well stocked....

Thank rone191
Reviewed 24 June 2013

We had been traveling the country and staying at hostels in every major city. This one was unlike any I had visited before. The rooms and showers are pretty filthy. The place is falling apart in general. The free food is nice, just be wary of expiration dates. Overall, this hostel was a cheap stay. Not the same atmosphere as...

2Thank ciaranicolem
Mitzpe Ramon
Reviewed 28 May 2013

Price is just ok for what you get, rooms are not really clean as the guest's clean them themselves and no hostel staff goes over them, from what we understand and saw. It is an old type hostel (and everything there is old and could use a good face lift). It does not go close to the hostel's standard of...

3Thank TheGreenBMR
Boulder, Colorado
Reviewed 24 February 2013

I stayed for a week in a private room recently. Rather than make assumptions about how the hostel operates I reviewed their web page and asked questions about how things are done around there so I knew what to expect before arriving. Staff members do their best to make the place welcoming for travelers and most of them are travelers...

2Thank Bob B
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Reviewed 12 January 2013

I went on a Sunday, which I believe is the day they get their food truck shipment from WHOLE FOODS. TONS of free food (5 coolers full!) At first I thought the chore thing was annoying but then I realized they were a non profit and I didn't mind the chores - I got the bathroom (waited until the last...

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Cuba, New Mexico
Reviewed 3 December 2012

My sister and I asked for 2 spots in a bunkroom, and were weirdly/rudely told that I could not stay there because I was a ‘local’. I am not a local, I had been volunteering at a farm two hours drive away near Cuba, NM, for the past 2 months. I’m from Chicago and have a Oregon licensed car, and...

5Thank Calder B

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Address: 1416 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, NM 87505
Region: United States > New Mexico > Santa Fe
Number of rooms: 20
Also Known As:
Santa Fe International Hotel Santa Fe
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“We chose the private double room with a shared bathroom. The room was not as clean as you would expect in a normal hotel, but the bedding was clean- and that is the important part to me!”
913beckyc, 24 Dec 2014 | Read review
“Go somewhere else, especially if you are sharing expenses with someone. You will get a motel room at roughly the same price as two of you paying for this hostel.”
956ninaw, 7 Nov 2014 | Read review
“dormitories -feel again like a kid on a field trip; family rooms; get to know other travelers- exchange information, make friends; walking distance from the center, museum, restaurants, plaza, all of it”
jutta45, 7 Oct 2014 | Read review
“We took the private room with the private bathroom. it was ok if you don't need it to be clean, or if you don't mind that the only window is to the main path were people walk...”
TheGreenBMR, 27 May 2013 | Read review
“Light sleepers should not choose a room on the street side.”
BobB329, 24 Feb 2013 | Read review
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