Home Away from Home

Welcome to The Guadalupe Inn


Bienvenidos! Welcome! The Guadalupe Inn has 12 unique rooms, each with its
own outside entrance. In 1990 we started plans to build the Inn and opened our
doors in 1992. It was a labor of hard work and love from the beginning – and still

Home Away from Home

We look forward to serving you!

As we are located in the Guadalupe Historical District, our exterior is
somewhat dictated to adhere to the strict guidelines. Inside we have blended
several styles of New Mexican and Southwest design. We want you to feel that
you’re a part of our family during your stay and have many stories to share.

Our Brief History

As the story goes from generation to generation, the Quintana and Native American families of which we are descendants have lived on this piece of land at 604 Agua Fria Street, Santa Fe since the mid 1500s. My Dad told me stories of his grandfather Don Pedro Quintana, a trader of goods from Santa Fe to Denver and all points in between. I guess this history is one reason we have all had the desire to be in business for ourselves. My Grandfather Alejandro Quintana was a storekeeper, butcher, inventor and most famous as a filigree gold and silver jeweler. He passed this talent to my Dad, Pedro Quintana, who was also well known as a filigree jeweler, Spanish colonial tin worker, mathematician, building contractor and the best sheet metal man I have ever known.

Now for the story of the Guadalupe Inn.

He and my Mother, Concha Sanchez Quintana, raised seven sisters and me all here on this land. A thousand stories could be told of all our exploits in this beautiful neighborhood. We all worked Grandpa’s grocery store where we learned how to wait on customers, give change, and most of all how to treat people with respect. My sisters and I grew up in a small 3 room adobe house without running water or a bathroom until my Dad added on in the mid 50s. Then our lives changed. After my Dad spent several years building up in Los Alamos, working on what we all know now as the Manhattan Project, we prospered and lived an unbelievable life with cousins and friends around town. I took over my Dad’s construction business in 1969.

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Our Rooms

Santa Fe Style Rooms

Feel your home

Guadalupe Inn Founders

The history of the Guadalupe Inn

Guadalupe Inn Founders

Pedro Quintana

Concha Sanchez Quintana

Pedro Quintana

Our main goal at The Guadalupe Inn is to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.

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