NEW MEXICO

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ALBUQUERQUE

A culturally rich city with an air of mystique. This is where the you'll find true  

SUGGESTED STAY LENGTH

We recommend 3 nights

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CLIMATE: High desert, mild temps most of the year, short, cold winter, lots of sunshine year round

NOTEWORTHY:

Albuquerque is less all around picturesque than Santa Fe, but once you dive in a little deeper it has more true flavor in its streets. Its city with a rural feel, and you can get from anywhere to a more countryside feel quickly. It's nestled against the Sandia Mountains and has a great variety of activities for all ages.

CURRENT COVID RESTRICTIONS

Most businesses are open in ABQ, but the city does have more stricly enforced mask rules than some places, and more restrictions on pool/gym time, etc. at larger properties.

 

STAYS

VIBE: hip, classic, social, low-key 

PRICE RANGE: $137-$179/night


FEATURES: pool, ambiance courtyard, separate bedroom suites available, taproom and 7 different pop-up restaurants on property, gift shops, sparkling clean, close to ABQ attractions

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VIBE: Southwestern luxury on the farm

PRICE RANGE: $382-$700

Sparkling clean, lots of space to roam on property, animals to see, two resident farm-to-table restaurants and bar, room service, luxury spa, pool, quiet country setting, mountain view, local artisan gift shop, rental bikes, coffee shop/bakery

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ACTIVITIES

NATIONAL HISPANIC CULTURAL CENTER - BE SURE TO VISIT THE TORREON, BALLOON FIESTA - OCT 2-10, RAILYARD MARKET - SUNDAYS ONLY, MAY THRU OCT, OLD TOWN SHOPS - PARK NEARBY, FLAMENCO LESSONS

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This tiny town is the chile capital of the world!

SUGGESTED STAY LENGTH

1-2 nights

NOTEWORTHY:

AWARENESS: Be aware that everything closes early here so it's best to arrive before 4pm. 

This is a charming but very small town on your way from Albuquerque to Silver City. The church stay is so unique that we recommend stopping for the night, grabbing a bottle of local wine and letting your kids run off their energy in the beautiful courtyard.and indulging in the best green chile around.

VIBE:

Historic, cozy - this property is a renovated old church

FEATURES: 

Reserve the casita for more room, privacy and a good sized kitchenette, full access to relaxing, enclosed courtyard, nice owners, in room snacks and non-alc drinks

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SILVER CITY

A culturally rich city with an air of mystique. This is where the you'll find true  

SUGGESTED STAY LENGTH

We recommend 3-5 nights

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CLIMATE: Elevation almost 6000 feet, Silver City is at the base of the Pinos Altos Mountains and gets cold at night - but generally mild during the day April - Oct.

NOTEWORTHY:

Silver City is a not yet discovered (or rediscovered) delight in Southwestern New Mexico. It's naturally beautiful setting rivals Santa Fe, and its town culture and art scene have more of an authentic feel even though it has some sophisticated patronage. 

CURRENT COVID RESTRICTIONS

Most businesses are open in Silver City, masks required in some - mostly when ordering or interacting with staff. Masks optional for guests at our recommended lodge stay.

PRICE RANGE: $269-$519/night

 
VIBE: Rustic luxury with an artsy side
 

Intimate lodge common areas, gourmet breakfast included, set on 178 acres of natural beauty and trails, on-property restaurant, complimentary brewed-in-house beer, gracious inn owner and staff, only ten minutes from town, home of the "One Million Bones" art exhibit

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ACTIVITIES

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FOOD & DRINK
BREAKFAST

Bear Mountain Lodge serves a delightful, fresh made breakfast to their guests each morning.

 

LUNCH & DINNER

BUCKHORN SALOON, CORNER KITCHEN, Café Oso Azul - ask for a complimentary glass of their house made beer, 

LITTLE TOAD CREEK BREWERY & DISTILLERY - beer brewed with native Gila hops

GROCERIES: CO-OP

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STAY

PRICE RANGE: $209 + /night

 

Set up like an old west town, on-property operational saloon - kids allowed inside, large themed rooms, clean, in-room kitchenette and coffee, decent common area breakfast, ranch activities available to guests, short drive from the town of tombstone. 

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MESILLA

Deeply rooted in Spanish history, this little township takes you back in time. It's also conveniently near beautiful White Sands of New Mexico

SUGGESTED STAY LENGTH

We recommend 2-3 nights

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CLIMATE: Southwestern warm and mild climates most of the year. Temps drop and high winds possible in the winter months. Late Oct - early Nov are the best time to visit

NOTEWORTHY:

Mesilla is a beautiful little Spanish colonial style town surrounding a delightful square, just south of Las Cruces. We recommend staying here instead of Las Cruces as your basecamp for visiting White Sands. It's a much more charming and quiet stay.

CURRENT COVID RESTRICTIONS

Masks required indoors when interacting with staff.

ACTIVITIES

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