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Accommodations Guide

New Mexico - Annual 2017

New Mexico and Southern Colorado AccommodationsNew Mexico Accommodations, Meeting & Conference Centers in the cities of:

Albuquerque » Northern NM »
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Taos » Mescalero »

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Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town
800 Rio Grande Blvd., Albuquerque

Albuquerque Hotel at Old Town is a family-friendly hotel located in Albuquerque's Historic Old Town district. All 188 guest rooms offer free Wi-Fi, private balconies with great city and mountain views, a flat-screen television, and room service. Enjoy recreational amenities including Garduño's at Old Town, Casa Esencia, and QBar Lounge. Additional amenities include concierge services, a gift shop, a nondenominational wedding chapel, an outdoor pool, and a fitness facility. hotelabq.com

Nativo Lodge
6000 Pan American Fwy. NE, Albuquerque

Whether you're visiting Albuquerque for an extended business trip or a quick getaway, Nativo Lodge offers guests unique ambiance and amenities in the perfect Albuquerque location. The hotel features comfortable guest rooms, some of which – our Nativo Artist Rooms – were hand-painted by contemporary Native American artists and express deeply rooted traditions in visually surprising ways. The hotel's amenities include an indoor/outdoor pool, a fitness facility, and a restaurant and bar. nativolodge.com

Santa Fe

Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino
30 Buffalo Thunder Trail, Santa Fe

Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder's unique Santa Fe accommodations were designed with your comfort top-of-mind. Splendidly accented with native art and features, this hotel offers more than just excellent amenities – Buffalo Thunder offers an experience. Vibrant hues, carved headboards, and myriad innovative accents in Native American Pueblo style are all inspired by the Pueblo of Pojoaque. Each room features the lavish comforts of the Hilton Serenity Collection – pillow top mattresses, fluffy down pillows, high thread count linens, and thick, cozy duvets. hiltonbuffalothunder.com

Eldorado Hotel & Spa
309 W. San Francisco St., Santa Fe

The Eldorado Hotel & Spa is Santa Fe's premier four-diamond hotel and a member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts collection. Eldorado Hotel is just steps from Santa Fe's historic Plaza, with views of the city and Sangre de Cristo Mountains. All 219 guest rooms and suites feature a flat-screen television, posh bedding, and a refrigerated honor mini-bar. It features Nidah Spa, Old House Restaurant, Agave Lounge, CAVA Santa Fe lounge, and a concierge staff along with an elegant, nondenominational wedding chapel and a new grand ballroom. eldoradohotel.com

Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe
125 Washington Ave., Santa Fe

Just steps from historic Santa Fe Plaza, Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe offers an authentic Northern New Mexico escape. More than 400 years of artistic tradition welcomes guests, from original artwork in every room to the décor of the public areas; these unique traditions infuse even the smallest decorative elements. Guest rooms and suites offer complimentary Wi-Fi, deluxe bedding, and a patio or balcony. Some have wood-burning fireplaces. The Low 'n Slow Lowrider Bar offers custom cocktails, and the staff is friendly and accommodating. hotelchimayo.com

Hotel St. Francis
210 Don Gaspar Ave., Santa Fe

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Hotel St. Francis embodies the authentic spirit of old Santa Fe, with handcrafted wooden furniture made by local artisans and inspired by the Palace of the Governors and a palette of natural colors reflecting the days of Santa Fe's early Franciscan missionaries. We feature 81 smoke-free guest rooms, the Secreto Lounge wine bar, and the Tabla de Los Santos restaurant. Modern amenities and luxuries include flat-screen televisions, a fitness room, a business center, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Located one block from Santa Fe's historic Plaza. hotelstfrancis.com

Inn and Spa at Loretto
211 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe

Built in 1975 next to the famous Loretto Chapel, the AAA Four Diamond Inn and Spa at Loretto reflects the true spirit and history of the area through its design, landscaping, cuisine, and personal service. The spa embodies a peaceful enclave where drifting aromatherapy scents linger, and the body and mind are soothed by a sense of well-being. Enjoy the calming palette of earth tones, natural woods, stone elements, and handcarved cabinetry. Softly lit candles flicker, while chandeliers illuminate the way to natural healing and pampering. innatloretto.com

The Inn on the Alameda
303 E. Alameda at Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe

Steps from the historic Plaza and the closest hotel to Canyon Road, the Inn offers an authentic, elegant Santa Fe ambiance. All downtown attractions are within easy walking distance, but a courtesy shuttle is available. The Inn is locally owned and operated and takes pride in providing the right mix of personal attention and privacy. Among the many amenities are a lavish breakfast buffet and an afternoon wine and cheese reception. The Inn's Agoyo Lounge serves superb cocktails, excellent wines, and chef-prepared, sophisticated light gourmet fare. innonthealameda.com

The Inn at Vanessie
427 W. Water St., Santa Fe

Located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe, Vanessie is ideally situated two blocks to the historic Plaza and the revitalized Railyard Arts District. Cozily tucked away in the quiet serenity of our own block, you will immerse yourself in our exceptional creature comforts and memorable Southwestern hospitality, including complimentary continental breakfast. Each of our 18 spacious guest rooms and suites is individually decorated and uniquely designed. Our critically acclaimed Vanessie Restaurant & Lounge is a Santa Fe landmark, providing 30+ years in ultimate dining pleasure and world-famous live music and entertainment. vanessiesantafe.com

La Fonda on the Plaza
100 E. San Francisco St., Santa Fe

While Santa Fe has been intriguing and charming travelers for more than 400 years, La Fonda on the Plaza has been providing warm and friendly accommodations for just as long. This historic, AAA Four Diamond landmark hotel is newly renovated and is just steps away from the famed Santa Fe Plaza. La Fonda is steeped in rich history, filled with art, and offers authentic Santa Fe hospitality and every convenience, including spa services, a gift shop, and complimentary Wi-Fi. lafondasantafe.com

La Posada de Santa Fe
330 E. Palace Ave., Santa Fe
505-986-0000, 855-210-7210

A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa. Historic AAA Four Diamond award–winning resort features 157 adobe-style guest rooms and suites that evoke a unique sense of Southwestern magic and charm. Amenities include Julia, a Spirited Restaurant & Bar; the historic Staab House bar; a lavish 4,500-squarefoot spa that was recently voted the No. 4 Best Hotel Spa in the nation by USA Today readers; a fitness center; a year-round outdoor pool and whirlpool; an art gallery; and more. Santa Fe's only downtown resort is two blocks from the renowned art galleries, boutiques, and restaurants of Canyon Road and steps from the city's historic Plaza. Come see why readers of Travel + Leisure and Condé Nast have rated La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa one of the top hotels in the country. theluxurycollection.com/laposada

Lodge at Santa Fe
705 N. St. Francis Dr., Santa Fe

A blend of Northern New Mexico's distinct cultural influences await at the exquisite "Santa Fe–style" Lodge at Santa Fe, inspired by the ancient and legendary Anasazi building traditions. The conveniently located hotel is a four-minute drive from the historic Santa Fe Plaza, with complimentary shuttle service to downtown Santa Fe available. This pet-friendly, 127-room, full-service hotel features a number of unique suites, some with wood-burning fireplaces. Enjoy the view from Garduño's restaurant. Experience the beautiful perennial gardens, spacious outdoor pool, and performances in the cabaret theater. lodgeatsantafe.com


El Monte Sagrado
317 Kit Carson Rd., Taos

Rustic meets luxury at El Monte Sagrado, a resort inspired by Taos' artistic history and in touch with its natural surroundings. Choose from 84 rooms, suites, and casitas, which offer amenities like complimentary Wi-Fi, a fireplace, and a wet bar as well as a private balcony, patio, or courtyard. The resort features The Living Spa; De La Tierra restaurant, with dining in The Garden atrium; and Anaconda Bar, along with a gallery, an event space, and outdoor gardens. The resort is just a short walk from Taos Plaza. elmontesagrado.com

The Historic Taos Inn
125 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos
575-758-2233, 888-519-8267

Experience Southwestern charm and history in the quintessential New Mexico inn, located in the heart of Taos' historic district. The inn is acclaimed by National Geographic Traveler as one of America's Great Inns and listed on the National and New Mexico Registers of Historic Places. Choose from 44 unique rooms and suites, most with seasonal pueblo-style fireplaces. Award-winning Doc Martin's Restaurant ("a legendary restaurant" – Bon Appétit) and the Adobe Bar ("the social center of Taos" – Travel + Leisure) are on the premises. taosinn.com

Hotel La Fonda de Taos
108 S. Plaza, Taos
575-758-2211, 800-833-2211

Hotel La Fonda de Taos – the oldest hotel in Taos – is new again. Located in the heart of the historic district on Taos Plaza, La Fonda offers 21st-century amenities while preserving its rich Southwestern roots and ambiance. Showing daily the infamous D.H. Lawrence Forbidden Art collection, confiscated by Scotland Yard in 1929 and banned in Britain. The hotel is home to one of the largest collections of R.C. Gorman art. Offering friendly, personal service, La Fonda is within walking distance to galleries, museums, shopping, entertainment, and fine dining. lafondataos.com

Palacio de Marquesa
405 Cordoba Rd., Taos

A luxury Taos retreat located just a few blocks from the Taos Plaza in a quiet, tree-lined residential neighborhood. Select from eight individual rooms with radiant heated floors, free Wi-Fi, private parking, lush garden areas, complimentary deluxe breakfast, community rooms, and fireplaces in every room. The timeless design and refined sophistication of each guest room pays tribute to the spirit, drive, innovation, and contributions of several extraordinary women of Taos. Light evening refreshments are available. marquesataos.com

Northern New Mexico

Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa
50 Los Baños Dr. (Hwy. 414), Ojo Caliente
505-583-2233, 800-222-9162

Just north of Santa Fe is Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs' secluded sanctuary. Deemed sacred by Native Americans, these legendary waters have been naturally soothing body, mind, and spirit for centuries. The resort is historic and fresh with eclectic charm in a relaxed and tranquil environment. Accommodations include enchanting suites (six with private outdoor soaking tubs filled with Ojo's sacred waters), charming cottages, the historic hotel, and private homes. Lodging rates include access to all mineral pools, including the new Mud Area. Full-service spa. Restaurant and wine bar. Yoga, hiking, and biking trails. ojospa.com

Purple Adobe Lavender Farm
U.S. 84 between mile markers 210 and 211 on private road 1622 Gate 31, Abiquiu

Stay in a lovely fully furnished casita right on the Purple Adobe Lavender Farm. Two bedrooms and two baths, a full kitchen, a living room, and lots of Southwestern charm. Lodging includes full access to the lavender farm and all of the activities. Store and tea house open April 1 through Oct. 31, casita available year-round. Walk to the river, sit under the giant cottonwood trees, or walk the labyrinth in the lavender fields. Peaceful and serene in a lovely setting on the Lavender Farm. purpleadobelavenderfarm.com


Historic El Rancho Hotel
1000 E. Hwy. 66, Gallup

Built in 1937, the Historic El Rancho Hotel was where the movie stars stayed while filming in the area. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the El Rancho Hotel is the embodiment of America's Old West. Visitors are awed with the cozy, authentic grandeur of the lobby. The Western Movie Gallery is upstairs. Hotel rooms are named after western movie stars who stayed there, and they are charming with wagon wheel bed frames and Southwestern décor. Bathrooms are small but cozy with cast-iron bathtubs. There are no ghosts, really. The gift shop is filled with beautiful local art. On the premises, the El Rancho Restaurant highlights the stars and favorite meals, and the 49er Lounge features 30 different tequilas and a new wine menu. For room and suite details, visit our website, elranchohotel.com


Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino
287 Carrizo Canyon Rd., Mescalero

Between Albuquerque and El Paso, New Mexico's premier mountain resort offers a retreat combining relaxation and play to create the ultimate getaway experience. Inn of the Mountain Gods is a resort and casino offering year-round activities and entertainment, including skiing, zip lining, golfing, hunting, world-class gaming, and a celebritystudded concert schedule. innofthemountaingods.com

Las Cruces

Hotel Encanto
705 S. Telshor Blvd., Las Cruces

Luxury is in the details at Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces. Guests enjoy a range of full-service amenities, including a resort-style outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, a business center, a fitness room, Garduño's restaurant, Azul Ultralounge, meeting and banquet facilities, and simple pleasures like free Wi-Fi, in-town shuttle transportation, and concierge service. No detail is spared in this upscale yet pet-friendly Spanish Colonial–inspired hotel. Located near Las Cruces Convention Center, Historic Mesilla, New Mexico State University, and Las Cruces wineries and golf courses. hotelencanto.com


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