Hostel in Santa Fe, USA

1 Hostel in Santa Fe available. Prices start from $15 for a dorm bed.

Hostels in Santa Fe

Quiet Rest Solo Traveller
"…Do read faqs prior to booking, as it may not be your type of hostel. It certainly was mine. Good! - Staff was really nice. The place met my expectations and it's a great place to stay if you know … More

Hotels in Santa Fe

"Located in Historic Downtown Santa Fe, in the heart of the Guadalupe Railyard District, with museums, galleries, shops. At Hotel Santa Fe and Spa, all rooms and suites feature furnishings in … More
"…The one bedroom Casitas and Super Casitas also offer a separate living room with a queen size sleeper sofa and kitchenettes in each. Zona Rosa luxury Condos offer one, two and three bedroom … More

Hostel in Santa Fe, USA

1 Hostel in Santa Fe available. Prices start from $15 for a dorm bed.

Get to know Santa Fe (no more "I wish I knew this before")

This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Santa Fe.

Santa Fe is the capital of the state of New Mexico, and is considered the fourth-largest city in the state. Known as the seat of the Santa Fe County, it has a rich and varied history, although much of its past is dominated by the Hispanic culture, which has become an integral part in the eventual development of the area. Originally a predominantly Spanish community, it was first called "La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco de Asis" (The Royal Town of the Holy Faith of St. Francis of Assisi"), or simply Santa Fe (Holy Faith). Santa Fe was originally inhabited by Pueblo Native Americans, who settled here due to the presence of the Santa Fe River, which provided them with water for daily use and for agricultural pursuits. It was later colonized by the Spanish noble Don Juan de Onate in the late sixteenth century, establishing a purely Catholic community replete with architecture and all the trappings of the Spanish culture.

Among the many sights and sounds that make Santa Fe a worthwhile vacation spot is the Santa Fe Opera House, a sprawling expanse of architectural wonder that showcases the best in fine arts for locals and tourists alike. Santa Fe is also home to the Museum of International Art, an interesting place to while away the time. More artsy places of note include the Nedra Matteucci Galleries, a gallery/garden that showcases the best and finest of local and foreign modern art. Santa Fe is, of course, undoubtedly an excellent place to get great grub. Specialising in classic Spanish cuisine, you can satisfy your gustatory desires in places like the Kakawa Chocolate House, the Holy Spirit Espresso coffee house, and the Palacio Café -- all of which serve some of the finest local delicacies.

In spite of the fact that Santa Fe is a booming vacation spot that attracts troves of tourists, it isn’t at all that difficult to book for Santa Fe hostels or hotels. The whole city is replete with small-time, family-run bed-and-breakfasts that appeal those looking for affordable digs while on vacation. The majority of Santa Fe hostels veer toward the more historic sort -- they're usually either remodeled historical buildings, or otherwise modern structure built upon sights that have in them some long-standing history. Because many of the businesses tend to be family-run, some hostels or B&Bs have a tendency to be very old, allowing for a unique experience of the city’s customs and traditions even in such commonplace structures. In spite of the ready availability of places to crash, it’s always a good idea to book in advance before any trip just to make sure that mishaps are avoided upon arrival.

Written by local enthusiast for Santa Fe hostels

Written by local enthusiast for Santa Fe hostels Angelica Burrage

Santa Fe Hostel Cheatsheet

Above we list every single hostel there is in the city. Let us take a broader look at what you can expect - and what not. We created this cheatsheet for you to get a more complete picture of the hostel quality in Santa Fe, average prices and types of hostels to choose from.
Total number of hostels 1
Average dorm price $30
Cheapest Hostel in Santa Fe Santa Fe International Hostel with $25
Average rating of all hostels 7.7

FAQ about Santa Fe Hostels

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Travel Tips for Santa Fe - from the Community

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