New Mexico Hotels

Written by Abby Luttrell
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The stunning scenery of New Mexico makes a memorable vacation, whether you're interested in hiking into the back country or just sitting around a flower-filled patio in Santa Fe. The climate, the brilliant sunlight, the blue sky, all combine to make almost a spiritual experience. That experience is complete with the best of Santa Fe or New Mexico accomodations - an adobe, high beamed house with wood burning fireplace.

Consider A Vacation Rental

This kind of Santa Fe lodging is surprisingly affordable. Vacation rentals of traditional and historic houses are often more economical than the average New Mexico hotel. When reviewing your Santa Fe, New Mexico lodging options, don't discount a stay in a historic house because you think it might be too expensive.

New Mexico hotels in the famous Plaza area of Santa Fe, and in nearby historic Taos, can be expensive, and booked solid in peak months. Vacation rentals, on the other hand, are readily available and very economical. Plus they give you and your family privacy and convenience.

A vacation rental can put you into an historic adobe house with tin work cabinets, Spanish high beamed (vegas) ceilings, a wood burning stove, Mexican tiled floors, and a flagstone patio. When other people are navigating the check-in at one of the average New Mexico hotels, you can be drinking a margarita on your own private patio, looking at the view of the Sangre de Christo mountains. When it gets chilly, you can start the barbecue and warm yourself by the pinon wood fire in your kiva fireplace. Now that's a New Mexico experience!


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