Pleasant accommodations with a distinct, Southwest flair.
This pretty hotel won’t disappoint visitors who’ve come to enjoy the city’s decidedly Southwest ambiance. Kiva fireplaces adorn the Santa Fe-styled accommodations, and the rooftop pool takes full advantage of views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Book well in advance for the summer months. The hotel is crowded during the Hot Air Balloon Festival in October as well. The 219 guest rooms and suites are done up with rustic wood furnishings and fabrics with Southwestern patterns. They feature either terraces or balconies with mountain views. Additional accommodations are offered in eight condos and 20 casitas less than two blocks away. Butler service for guests in Deluxe Rooms and Suites provides a nod to old-fashioned luxury. Care to have your shirt pressed or an errand run? Additional niceties include nightly turndown, valet parking, a bell staff and a doorman. The concierge can arrange fishing, golfing, biking and much more. Well-equipped fitness and business centers round out the facilities.