This small hotel along the Santa Fe River does a great job of balancing between extremes: It offers the level of service you'd expect in a larger upscale hotel, but in a smaller, more intimate setting, and it's close to the plaza but not right on it, which makes it a little quieter. (Ask for a room away from Alameda for extra quiet.) It's also the closest hotel to the galleries on Canyon Road. The whole place is done up in the traditional Southwestern Pueblo style, from its thick ceiling vigas to the handmade armoires, with an earth-toned color scheme to match. Most of the traditional rooms have small patios or balconies, with luxurious touches like Italian cotton bedding and Brazilian towels. Deluxe rooms are more spacious, with Talavera tile accents in the bathrooms and outdoor space. Most of the suites have private entrances and walled-off patios, and all have kiva fireplaces. Repeat guests rave about the hot breakfast buffet, which features a choice of frittata, quiche, or croissants, along with other baked goods, yogurt, and granola. There's a nightly wine and cheese reception, and two hot tubs for later on. The Inn's Agoyo Lounge was remodeled in 2013 and now has a full bar with light fare served in the evenings.