New Mexico Hotels
Red Horse Vineyard Bed & Breakfast, Albuquerque
1870s mansion connected to a winery
This unique inn, built in 1870, is a converted private mansion connected to a winery, with quaint furnishings featuring country-style bedding, 4-poster beds, antique vanities and vaulted ceilings. The homemade breakfast is served in a spacious dining room, or you may want to eat outside on the veranda. The house has gardens, picnic areas, and an outdoor pool.
New Mexico Hotel Deals
New Mexico retains much of its Native American character in arts, cuisine and design. New Mexico resorts in Albuquerque, Taos and Santa Fe often feature Native designs in their decor. If you are staying in New Mexico, consider these New Mexico hotel deals.
Mauger Estate B&B, Albuquerque
- Cozy private rooms w/some fireplaces
- Social reception & free breakfast daily
- 8-BR brick mansion built in 1897
Bottger Mansion of Old Town, Albuquerque
- 7 decorated rooms in 1912 mansion
- Garden, outdoor patio with dining area
- Free breakfast, Wi-Fi and concierge
Dreamcatcher Bed and Breakfast, Taos
- Near Navajo Gallery & Taos Plaza
- Light breakfast served daily
- Southwest-style rooms with fireplaces
Major Attractions in New Mexico
Situated among some of the West's oldest buildings, grand national monuments, and acres of protected preserves, New Mexico resorts are a hot commodity for travelers looking for vacations in the United States. Thousands of travelers choose the “Land of Enchantment” each year and find it absolutely breathtaking.
Active travelers can explore the stunning sand dunes and trails at White Sands National Monument or the rattlesnake springs at Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Hike through Los Alamos or embark on a ski adventure at Sandia Peak Tramway. Historic sites are abundant in this charming state from the Loretto Chapel to the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Dunhill Travel Deals has a daily database of the best New Mexico hotels that are convenient to the sites tourists like to visit most.
Many New Mexico resorts mirror their surroundings. With 19 pueblos throughout the state, culture is infused with the state’s arts, cuisine, and architecture.
In Albuquerque, you’ll find ancient lava flows in carved images at the Petroglyph National Monument and preserved artifacts at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. In Taos, you’ll be able to explore the old home of frontiersman Kit Carson. In Santa Fe, you’ll marvel as locals perform native dances. Respectfully participate or stand by and watch.
Whatever your New Mexico vacation ambitions are, you’ll enjoy delicious cuisine, great shopping, and endless opportunities for fun and excitement. You’ll find luxury resort suites or cozy, cheap hotels in New Mexico wherever you decide to stay. Find the best New Mexico hotel deals at Dunhill Travel Deals.
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