"I see from the reviews that we all love this inn. Will focus on the more modest rooms. We stayed in the New Moon, #3. It's RIGHT on the Paseo de Peralta, but you can't hear the traffic of this busy loop street or see the headlights with the lovely dark drapes closed. When you need to be close to things, you open your door, step down three steps, and you're a block away from a french bakery, a travel bookstore, a New Mexican breakfast/lunch cafe. Two-three blocks from plaza, Canyon Road, Fort Marcy Park (sunset viewing). The courtyard will be your daily spot to review the day, plan your evening. Our room was comfortable, had microwave, fridge, coffeemaker, huge flat screen tv, fireplace, music system, bedside reading lamps, skylight in bathroom. The concierge tablet on kitchenette table was thoughtfully loaded with links to restaurants, parks, museums, etc. Because of number-coded door lock, you never have to carry a key/card. Owners are available if you need them, never asking "how are we doing?" stuff. You'll love this place. Be nice to it so they keep their smaller rooms so reasonably priced."