New Mexico

Overview

Ancient Indian culture, real–life cowboys and legendary outlaws such as Billy the Kid; discover it all in this ‘Land Of Enchantment’.

Dormant volcanoes and huge desert plains provide stunning scenery. Explore the delightful traditional mountain villages and historic towns overlooked by the resplendent Sangre de Cristos.

Visit Albuquerque and experience the authentic Southwest. Albuquerque boasts a unique multicultural heritage and history where Native American, Hispanic and Latino, Anglo and other cultural influences are a part of everyday life. You’ll always feel you’re somewhere special when you’re flying in a hot air balloon over the Rio Grande Valley, hiking among dormant volcanoes or eating at one of the traditional New Mexican restaurants.

Like a fine wine, Santa Fe has gotten better with age. At 400 years old, Santa Fe is the nation’s oldest capital city. The early Native American inhabitants called it “Dancing Ground of the Sun”. Visit any of the 8 Northern Pueblos to engage the ghosts of the past and creative spirits of today.

The High Road between Santa Fe and Taos is a fascinating journey through awe–inspiring scenery and remote mountain villages that cling to their Spanish colonial roots with churches and missions. Drawn by clean air and great views, visitors come to experience rich spiritual traditions, fine art and the beauty of the landscape of Taos.

from £179 per night

Santa Fe, The West
  • 8 rooms
  • Full breakfast (buffet style)
  • Downtown location

from £95 per night

Albuquerque, The West
  • 173 rooms
  • Bar and Grill
  • Exercise room
  • Outdoor heated pool and hot tub

from £169 per night

Albuquerque, The West
  • 107 rooms and suites
  • Restaurant
  • Rooftop bar
  • Downtown location
  • 4 Diamond rating

from £179 per night

Santa Fe, The West
  • 6 rooms
  • Full breakfast (buffet style)
  • Downtown location