This non-profit offers the most affordable lodging we can recommend in Santa Fe, and, although simple and basic in true hostel style, the accommodations here are quite pleasant. You can choose from a basic dormitory bed to a small private room with bath (shower only, no tub). There are also private rooms with shared bath and private rooms with half baths (sink and toilet only). The common bathhouses have private showers, and all the private rooms have functioning door locks. Each dormitory is single sex and sleeps four to seven people. Rooms are non-smoking and quiet hours are 11pm to 7am. Food, beverages, and sleeping bags are not permitted in the rooms. There is no maid service; all guests are required to clean their rooms before they leave and help clean the common areas. We especially like the outdoor courtyard where you can sit and have dinner or morning coffee under a giant cherry tree. The hostel has an international feel, and because its mission is to support educational travel, lodging is not available to New Mexico residents.