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New Mexico Lodging Association

March 1st, 2010
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We represent the finest hotels, motels and resorts in the state of New Mexico. Founded in 1934, the New Mexico Lodging Association (NMLA) is New Mexico’s trade association representing the lodging industry.

NMLA represents some 300 individual hotels, motels, resorts and bed & breakfast inns, comprising of over 29,000 transient rooms or approximately 64% of the total room inventory in New Mexico. It’s leadership typifies the hotelier of the 21st century, experienced in all aspects of managing a hotel and dedicated to serving the needs of both the leisure and business traveler.

El Monte Sagrado Living Resort & Spa

February 27th, 2010

Amidst the mystical beauty of Taos, New Mexico, El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa™ offers a secluded sanctuary in harmony with the Earth. Visit this Taos, New Mexico resort adorned with exquisite accommodations inspired by Native American and global culture and a dramatic art collection graced by world-famous artists.

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El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa™ is a well-known as a leader in alternative energy among other New Mexico resorts and hotels. Experience the extraordinary treatments of the Living Spa™ designed to heal mind, body and spirit, or simply meditate in the Sacred Circle among towering trees and waterfalls, and breathe in the tranquility.

Jack’s Tracks – Holiday Inn Express at Silver City

January 2nd, 2010
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Travelin’ Jack here – roving bull-dog reporter. My job: checking out pet friendly spots around New Mexico. Whenever I’m in Silver City, I stay at the pet-friendly Holiday Inn Express! The pet-friendly hotel features comfortable rooms, HDTV, and for the humans in your party, enjoy a complimentary full hot breakfast, have a workout in the fitness center and enjoy a relaxing soak in the Jacuzzi.

The Holiday Inn Express in Silver City is my kind of place!

Welcome to Best Western Stevens Inn at Carlsbad

December 26th, 2009
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Enjoy spacious accommodations at this two-diamond AAA rated New Mexico hotel, ideally situated for visiting Carlsbad Caverns National Park.

Ideally located near tourist attractions, the Best Western Stevens Inn provides comfortable accommodations for travelers to the area. This Stevens Inn hotel offers easy access to the world famous Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Pecos River Village Convention Center, Living Desert State Park, Guadalupe National Park and Cavern City Airport. Guests to this Best Western hotel will find numerous recreational activities within a short distance.

Each spacious, well-appointed room is fully equipped with high-speed Internet access, cable satellite television with HBO®, CNN and ESPN, coffee/tea maker and iron/ironing board. Small pets are welcome.

Every morning guests to this Carlsbad Caverns National Park hotel are greeted with a complimentary full breakfast and free newspaper. After a busy day, guests can enjoy a dip in the outdoor pool and hot tub or a workout at the on-site fitness center. Families will especially appreciate the on-site playground.

Come experience the hospitality and professional service at the Best Western Stevens Inn in Carlsbad, New Mexico.

Read more about the Best Western Stevens Inn at Carlsbad.

Bloomfield Best Western

December 19th, 2009
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Best Western Territorial Inn & Suites, located in Bloomfield, New Mexico is a captivating gateway to natural splendor of the Four Corners area. Relive ancient civilizations at Salmons Ruins, Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Canyon De Chelly or Mesa Verde National Park. Enjoy world-class bass, trout and salmon fishing in the quality waters of the San Juan River. Navajo Lake State Park affords exceptional boating and fishing opportunities while an incredibly scenic journey awaits you on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.

Elkhorn Lodge and Cafe in Chama

December 11th, 2009
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The Elkhorn Lodge has been host to thousands of visitors from across the world for 50 years. The country lodge is nestled on the banks of the Rio Chama where blue-ribbon trout fishing awaits. The beautiful lush grass-covered Chama Valley is located at the foot of the majestic Cumbres Mountains. The Chama area boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in the Rocky Mountains.

The Elkhorn Lodge is ideally located on the main highway leading into Chama. Our cozy log facility includes 22 spacious motel rooms all equipped with Cable TV, in-room telephones, and full baths. We also offer 11 country cabins with fully-equipped kitchens. Our cabins accommodate from two to ten people, and are excellent for small groups and families.

The Elkhorn Lodge and Cafe are independently owned and operated by the Locke & Lane families.

Sierra Grande Lodge & Spa

November 4th, 2009

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Built in 1929, Sierra Grande Lodge is on the National Register of Historic Places. The transformations it has undergone in the many years since its origination as the first bathhouse have been extensive and varied. The Vera Hotel has undergone many transformations since it was floated down the Rio Grande from Elephant Butte to perch high above the town of Truth or Consequences. The Vera Hotel now serves as our conference & meeting facility purchased in 1991 by Serge & Guy Raoul, of Raouls Restaurant in NYC.

Serge discovered the area through friend and local artist, Delmas Howe, and was deeply moved by the power of the water, earth and spirits of the region. He wanted to honor these, while re-establishing the tradition of healing, transformation and self-discovery. Sierra Grande Lodge, as the original bathhouse, tapping the source of the geothermal water was his natural choice to establish such a place. The transformations and renovations have been extensive and on many levels. Even if you are just passing through we encourage you to stop in for a tour and of course a soak in the magical Hot Spring water.

New Mexico Bed & Breakfast Association

September 30th, 2009
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Staying at a New Mexico Bed and Breakfast Association inspected member inn is your key to unlocking the fascinating diversity of New Mexico, where the clear air sparkles and the deep blue skies go on forever.

Choose from adobe casitas, historic haciendas, wonderful family homes, or cozy suites in historic Victorian inns for an inside view of the Anglo, Spanish, and Native American cultures that thrive in New Mexico. Open your windows to spectacular azure skies and technicolor sunsets. An inspected New Mexico bed and breakfast inn will make your New Mexico vacation a more personal experience than you could ever have in a motel or hotel.

Learn more about the New Mexico Bed & Breakfast Association here.

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