Hotels in New Mexico

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The best of the several chain properties in the region. Read More

There’s a strong Native American aesthetic at Hotel Santa Fe, which rises like a pueblo out of the middle of the Railyard neighborhood. The hotel is... Read More

San Antonio’s most stylish digs have a coveted post along Riverwalk, the city’s famed cypress-shrouded waterway. Guest rooms are fitted with... Read More

Just four miles outside of downtown, the Houses of the Moon has recreated a Japanese mountain retreat with 12 Zen-inspired suites and landscaping. Each... Read More

This Pueblo-style resort halfway between Santa Fe and Albuquerque offers authentic Native American activities (tribal folk-dance shows, huruna-bread... Read More

This romantic and venerated inn in the heart of downtown Santa Fe is next to the old Loretto chapel, home of the Miraculous Staircase, a perplexing... Read More

For families who want to divide and conquer, this downtown hotel has a spa for mom, an “Outdoor Adventure Curator” who will double as a guide for dad on... Read More

Have an Arabian nights meets Southwestern style experience at this one-of-a-kind bed and breakfast hidden away on a side street in downtown Santa Fe.... Read More

With its vibrant colors and textures, twinkling patio lights, and suites with names like “Scheherazade,” this intimate 24-suite hotel on the Barrio de... Read More

Set right in the heart of downtown, with a year-round outdoor heated pool, giant Southwestern “Mountain Sunrise Breakfasts,” and seven mini-suites (each... Read More

The Mescalero Apache tribe operates the most luxurious hotel in southern New Mexico many of whose expansive, contemporary rooms overlook Mescalero Lake... Read More

Just blocks from the Plaza and close to the Opera, the Inn of the Turquoise Bear is surrounded by an acre of terraces, gardens full of lilacs and roses,... Read More

It’s all about privacy and sense of place: 71 secluded adobe rooms and suites open onto a flower-filled courtyard. Cozy, pueblo-style hideaway... Read More

This quiet 72-room inn is the closest hotel to Canyon Road, which is to say that it’s just steps from more than 100 art galleries and fine-dining... Read More

Built in 1922, this landmark Santa Fe hotel has wood vigas (beams), kiva fireplaces, and polished tile floors. The rooftop Bell Tower Bar is the place... Read More

Have a traditional Santa Fe experience in one of the city’s oldest hotels. Built in the late 1800s as a private residence for businessman Abraham Staab... Read More

Just a few steps away from the Plaza on historical Palace Avenue, La Posada sits on six acres, the highlight of which is a 132-year-old mansion that... Read More

You need to book well ahead for a chance to visit the mysterious Lightning Field, a gridlike sculpture by Walter De Maria comprising some 400 stainless... Read More

The best ski-in, ski-out accommodations in town. Deluxe rooms have their own fireplaces. Read More

Set 9,000 feet above sea level in the rarefied air of Cloudcroft, the Victorian-inspired hotel has 59 elegantly furnished rooms. Read More

Los Poblanos is a unique organic lavender farm and historic inn located in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque. Lavender is everywhere—in the elegant and modern... Read More

Two historic buildings, designed by renowned New Mexico architect John Gaw Meem, sit under cottonwood trees along the Rio Grande. Read More

Book one of the inexpensive Mission revival–style rooms (furnished with early-20th-century antiques), or splurge on one of the more modern... Read More

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