|Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau||800-777-CITY||website|
|Santa Fe Visitors Center||800-777-CITY||8380 Cerrillos Rd.|
|Santa Fe County Chamber of Commerce||505-988-3279||website|
|New Mexico Department of Tourism||800-545-2040||website|
|La Bajada Visitor Information Center||505-424-0823||I-25 17 miles south of Santa Fe|
|The Access New Mexico Guide (Disabled Travelers)||website|
- Area code for the entire state is 505
- Mountain Standard Time Zone (Daylight Savings Observed)
- Emergency dial 911
- Population of Santa Fe is 147,000 (as of 2000 Census)
- Altitude 7000 ft. above sea level. Some people may feel fatigue, unusual thirst, or even dizziness for a day or so. Be sure to drink lots of water, it helps greatly with altitude sickness. Alcoholic beverages will affect most people sooner. Use caution when exercising (give yourself time to adjust to the altitude before partaking of any strenuous physical activities such as skiing, running, hiking, etc.)
- High Desert conditions cause limited water supplies. Water conservation restrictions are followed in hotels, restaurants, etc.
- Seasonal Events may affect hotel and/or restaurant availability and reservations should be made as far in advance as possible. Please see the Event Calendar for major event listings.
- Parking is difficult in the downtown area. However, parking at the hotel is complimentary for our guests and most downtown attractions are within walking distance.
- For information on Local Allergens, visit www.pollen.com/library_local.asp
- Santa Fe is 50 miles North of Albuquerque (Main Airport) in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, and 75 miles south of Taos.