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Eldorado Hotel & Spa’s Gas Rebate




Picturesque Pueblo-Style Santa Fe Hotel Offers $50 Credit


Santa Fe, NM – (April 17, 2008) – The national price for gasoline set a new record this year topping of at $3.39 a gallon, up 58 cents from a year ago.*  In response, Eldorado Hotel & Spa is coming to the aid of travelers and re-launching its Santa Fe Gas Rebate.  Guests, whether they travel by train, plane or car, will receive a $50 food and beverage credit when they present a dated gas receipt or rental car contract that corresponds with the date of check-in.  The Santa Fe Gas Rebate, which requires a two-night stay, is valid now through September 6, 2008.  Rates start at $219 per night.**  


“Whether filling up for the drive to the hotel or topping off the tank on the way to the airport, travelers will be affected by the prices at the pump,” stated Alfred Matter, general manager of Eldorado Hotel & Spa.  “Addressing this national concern enables us to assist our valued guests by easing the costs of getting to our hotel.”


Guests will enjoy redeeming the $50 food and beverage credit at the award-winning The Old House restaurant or at Eldorado Court.  Travelers can also apply the rebate towards in-room dining, which is available 24/7 in the hotel’s renovated guestrooms that boast photographs from a local artist and modern Southwest décor.  In addition, deluxe suites feature a wood-burning kiva fireplace.


Santa Fe was recently named the top walking city in New Mexico and ranked 22 among the top 100 walking cities in America.+  As Eldorado Hotel & Spa is located next to the historic Santa Fe Plaza, guests can explore one of America’s most picturesque southwestern cities, full of acclaimed restaurants and art galleries, by foot, thereby saving more money on gas. 


For reservations or information please visit or call (800) 955-4455 and mention Santa Fe Gas Rebate when booking. 


Santa Fe’s premier AAA four-diamond luxury hotel, the Eldorado Hotel & Spa is located next to the historic Santa Fe Plaza.  The newly-renovated hotel is a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, the ultimate luxury collection featuring more than 150 exceptional hotels and resorts in the most desirable locations around the world.  All enhanced 219 lavish non-smoking guestrooms boast 32” flat-screen HD-compatible televisions, terry-cloth bathrobes; a hairdryer; a workstation with task light, a cordless phone with voicemail and high-speed internet access; overstuffed lounging furniture paired with a reading lamp and tables; a refrigerated mini-honor bar, and optional turndown service.  Deluxe rooms, in addition to offering more space, feature a wood-burning kiva fireplace and shared terrace.  Junior and one-bedroom suites are also available as well as a 2,000 square foot Presidential Suite which include 37” flat-screen HD-compatible televisions.  For dining, the Eldorado Hotel & Spa’s The Old House is New Mexico’s original four-diamond restaurant.  The famed restaurant serves up contemporary global cuisine with a regional flare.  The Eldorado Court & Lounge offers a casual and comfortable environment for breakfast and lunch and is a perfect spot for evening drinks and entertainment.  The hotel also features 20,000 square feet of meeting and function space, including Santa Fe’s largest ballroom, a rooftop pool and whirlpool, and a business center.  The 4,300 square foot posh Nidah Spa features seven treatment rooms and offers a bevy of relaxing and rejuvenating treatments which use ingredients that are prepared fresh daily and draw from the natural healing properties of plants, legumes and herbs indigenous to New Mexico.  Santa Fe is known for its superb restaurants, southwestern shops and chic art galleries, which generate approximately $200 million yearly, making it the second largest art seller in North America.




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