Santa Fe has a wide price range of accommodations. In addition to local hotels, most of the national chains are in Santa Fe.
Bishop's Ridge/Camp Stoney - A multi-facility site for lodging and a large maintenance building for cycling teams. A-Frame cabins for 14 guests ($100.00/night), retreat house with 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and Bishop's Cottage (queen efficiency). Contact Christopher. 505.980.5371
Casa de Tres Lunas - Boutique inn in downtown Santa Fe. Century rate is 15% off for two or more nights. Riders must phone to book. 505.989.4444
Casa Cuma Bed & Breakfast - Century bike rate is 10% off. Phone to book. 505.216.7516
El Pueblo Bonito Bed & Breakfast Inn - Riders and friends welcome! $5 off every room night plus: Free parking, Wifi, Breakfast and Afternoon cookies! Call to reserve or book online. 800.461.4599
Inn of the Governors - 20% discount on all rooms for Santa Fe Century riders and friends. Full buffet breakfast, free parking and wireless. Call for the Santa Fe Century rate. 800-234-4534
Inn on the Paseo - 15% discount offered to Century riders and friends. The Inn is located in downtown Santa Fe within walking distance to the Plaza. Call to book. 855.984.8200
Santa Fe International Hostel - Reservations can be made by mail/personal check if received one month in advance. Alternatively, reservations may be made through either AirBnB.com or HostelWorld.com websites. 505.988.1153
Santa Fe KOA 505.466.1419
In addition to fabulous places to ride, Santa Fe offers history, culture, and outdoor activities that make it easy to see why it was recently named the "Reader's Choice Destination of the Year" by Travel and Leisure Magazine. As you're planning your trip to Santa Fe for the Century, check out the information on restaurants, hiking trails, mountain bike trails, cultural activities, museums, art galleries, and more. You may want to extend your Century visit by a few days to enjoy more of what Santa Fe and New Mexico have to offer.
Santa Fe Airport
Fly nonstop to Santa Fe from Denver, Dallas, or Phoenix on American Airlines or United Airlines right into the Santa Fe Airport.
Santa Fe is at 7,000 feet. That is a mile and a half above sea level! If you live at sea level or a significantly lower elevation, please allow a couple of days, if possible, for your body to adjust to the high altitude. Also, in the Spring we can have 40 degree temperature swings from the early morning to mid-afternoon. Our humidity level is also very low, which is why we have the beautiful blue skies. But, visitors need to drink more water than usual to stay hydrated.
These bike shops can rent bikes if you're not able to bring your own:
Mellow Velo - email@example.com, 505.995.8356
NM Bike N Sport - 505.820.0809