Contemporary style at a reasonable price.
At Camino Real Santa Fe the suites aren’t as large as those of many of the direct competitors, but each one comes with a standard Jacuzzi-sized bathtub, high-speed Internet and a sizable working space. Many local business-types frequent the Bice Bistro for happy hour, where they can try creative cocktails, ceviche or the raw oyster bar. Located just outside on Santa Fe’s swanky Guillermo Gonzalez Camarena Ave. are some of the city’s best gourmet restaurants where the international cuisine ranges from Indian to sushi, to local Mexican cuisine. Just because this property was designed with the business traveler in mind doesn’t mean it’s not a great place for families as well. On Saturdays and Sundays the hotel hosts Club Travasuras, an activity center where kids can watch movies, play board games and interact with other children, all under staff supervision.