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Recent Santa Fe reviews

  • Family Getaway

    "Rating Details: The property manager was very helpful. The vacation rental was spotless. I was very happy with the location. I was very satisfied with the condition of the vacation rental. Overall, I recommend this vacation rental. Reviewer Comments: We met up with family members aged 2 to 67 for Thanksgiving weekend. Casa Olivia was perfect for hosting a meal of 15 as well as accommodating 9 guests very comfortably. Every need was thought of and anticipated. The rooms were generous in size and the decor was nice but family friendly. We were able to allow our two year-old to play without worry. The courtyards are unbelievable with plenty of room to enjoy the gas fireplace and host an outdoor meal when weather calls for it. The house was a wonderful distance from the plaza and so easy to get to and from for excursions throughout the area. We will definitely be returning for more gatherings at Casa Olivia. Mario and the team at Kokopelli were very nice and accommodating as well. I had all my questions answered and the process was very easy!"
    Guest: Beth C. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 29, 2016
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  • Great home away from home!

    "Cute, cozy and immediately welcoming. Three of us stayed at the casita and were quite comfortable with plenty of space for musical instruments and ski gear. Diana got in touch with me within hours, was wonderfully hospitable and accommodating in our last-minute plans to stay in Santa Fe. Great location, too! We took advantage of a great ski weekend and the lovely post-Christmas sights of Santa Fe. The well-stocked kitchen of the casita made cooking several meals easy, plus being located close to Whole Foods was convenient. We took advantage of good downtown restaurants as well (India Palace and Upper Crust Pizza). I would definitely recommend this property."
    Guest: Anne L. Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: January 6, 2016
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  • Perfect retreat near town and trails

    "My husband and I stayed at the casita at the end of July. It was the perfect get away from our usual busy, urban lifestyle. So quiet I didn't want to leave! Town and hiking trails are a short distance away. The kitchen is well stocked including a blender, many utensils and pots/pans. The shelves of the living room overflow with movies and books. The best spot is outside on the patio watching lightning strikes in the distant mountains as the sun sets. David and Wendy are great hosts. They checked in but did not hover. There is a new air conditioning unit that really chilled the house down although most days were mild enough we just opened the windows and ran the fan. I highly recommend this home for its quiet and comfort."
    Guest: Keith W. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 11, 2016
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  • The perfect spot! A cozy, private haven within walking distance of great restaurants, & shopping.

    "My husband and I just returned from a two week stay at Casa La Vita; it suited us perfectly. The layout is open, yet cozy. It is comfortably furnished and has some wonderful examples southwestern artwork. While the casa is part of a complex and shares a common courtyard, we found it to be both quiet and private. There are several lovely spots to sit and relax including the two balconies and the walled garden off the master suite. Another asset is that the views from the kitchen, dining room, and sitting area face west affording a great view of some wonderful sunsets. The master bedroom suite is quite large with a huge closet including a washer and dryer tucked into one corner - very convenient! While staying here, we often walked to the local shops, museums, and restaurants. Although we had a car it was nice not to have to worry about parking. The walk back to the casa does include an uphill stint on Otero. We noticed it, but it wasn’t that much of a challenge – and were senior citizens. In addition to visiting the local sites, like the Georgia O'Keefe Museum and the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (both highly recommended), we also went on some longer forays. Bandelier National Monument, Ghost Ranch, Los Alamos, Taos, the Earthship Biotecture, and the Turquoise Trail were adventures easily accomplished within a day. Often after having spent the day exploring, we decided to return to the sanctuary of the casa and have dinner in the comfort of "our home". We found the kitchen had everything we needed rather we were just having coffee in the morning or making dinner in the evening. An added plus to all of this is Richard. Whenever we had a question he always got right back to us with just what we needed to know. Next time we are in Santa Fe we will definitely return to Casa La Vita!"
    Guest: Katherine T. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 2, 2016
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