Address220 W Manhattan Ave Santa FeSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Each room in this 200-year-old adobe B&B, south of the river, is unique and loaded with character. Two have their own bathrooms across the hall, the rest are en-suite; our favorites are rooms 6 and 12. The full breakfasts satisfy, and rates also include afternoon tea. A separate casita holds two kitchenette suites that can be combined into one ($350).
Our independent authors have visited El Paradero and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Santa Fe.
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