Hotel, Directions & Transportation


La Fonda on the Plaza

La Fonda on the Plaza
100 E. San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Phone: 800-523-5002 or 505-982-5511 | Fax: 505-988-2952

A block of rooms at the La Fonda on the Plaza (100 E. San Francisco St., Santa Fe, NM 87501) has been reserved at the rate of $149 single/double occupancy. The deadline to receive the reduced rate is Monday, July 29, 2019 or until the room block fills. Make a reservation online or call the hotel at 800-523-5002 or 505-982-5511, use the Group Code: 933363, or ask for the National Association for Rural Mental Health conference block.

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Backup Hotel

If the La Fonda is filled you can reserve a room at the Inn of the Governors for the NARMH room block rate of $149 per night. You can call the number below to reserve your room.

Inn of the Governors
101 W. Alameda
Santa Fe NM 87501


Albuquerque International Sunport

Major airlines serve Santa Fe via the Albuquerque International Sunport, just 60 miles to the south of Santa Fe. Regular shuttle bus service and the New Mexico Rail Runner connects the two cities, and rental cars are readily available.

Santa Fe Municipal Airport

Located southwest of the city, the Santa Fe Municipal Airport provides commercial airline service by American Eagle Airlines and United Express. For further information, CLICK HERE.

Airport Main Line: 505-955-2903


Shuttle Services

A variety of shuttle services offer convenient transportation between Santa Fe and the Albuquerque International Sunport with pick-up and drop-off at all hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, colleges, and other locations. Tickets are $33 plus tax each way.

Sandia Shuttles: 505-474-5696, 888-775-5696 or Road Runner Shuttle: 505-424-3367

Car Rental

You can make car rental reservations online or Hertz offers an on-site car rental location located in the garage at La Fonda on the Plaza. Schedule a car for day trips to go hiking, skiing or just touring to other great locations in New Mexico. Pick Up Location located at La Fonda on the Plaza (100 E San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501). Phone: (505) 438-4650

Train Station

The New Mexico Rail Runner carries passengers in and out of Santa Fe between Albuquerque and points south. There is no direct train from the Sunport. You must take a shuttle or taxi to the Albuquerque Train Station and catch the train north from there. View the Schedule and Current Fare Structure, and visit the New Mexico Rail Runner Express website for details. For more information, you may also call: 1.866.795.RAIL.

  • Tickets are $9.00 (one-way trip) and can be purchased using their app, online, or on the train from a ticket agent.
  • Visit this link on How to purchase a ticket.


Visit the hotel website at for directions to the hotel. The hotel is approximately 66 minutes from the airport.


Overnight parking is available to hotel guests at a reduced rate of $14.00 per vehicle, per day, with unlimited “in-and-out” access during the NARMH conference.

Day parking is also available at a reduced rate of $2.50 per hour, per vehicle, with a maximum cap of $14.00 to park in the Hotel’s garage. When parking, ask the parking attendant for the National Association for Rural Mental Health conference group parking rate.


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