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    Pocket Guide: New Mexico

    New Mexico's license plates proclaim, "Land of Enchantment." That's not false advertising. When you're watching hundreds of hot air balloons soar against the shimmering backdrop of the Sandia Mountains as they do every October at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, you'll swear you've just disembarked into the Land of Oz. Events like this fill hotels up fast, though. If you're planning to visit the Land of Enchantment, it's best to make reservations for hotels in New Mexico in advance.

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    Albuquerque's Old Town, founded in 1706, still maintains a hacienda-style layout where adobe cottages cluster around a central plaza. The surviving adobes have been converted into galleries, souvenir shops, and restaurants. Throughout December, Old Town's streets and walkways are lit by thousands of luminaria. Luminaria are small paper lanterns illuminated by candles.

    The towns of Santa Fe, Taos, and Las Vegas form New Mexico's Enchanted Triangle. Santa Fe is over 400 years old, making it by far America's oldest state capital. The city is famous for its art scene, which combines Native American, Hispanic, and Western influences. Spend a morning touring the Native American handicrafts and artwork on display at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, and then enjoy the afternoon at the delightfully whimsical Museum of International Folk Art across the plaza.

    The light has never seemed purer than it is in Taos, which sits on a ledge between the Rocky Mountains and the steep Rio Grande Gorge. The town is well known as a last retreat for 1960s-style hippies, but it's also becoming increasingly famous for its winter sports. Nearby Taos Ski Valley is the most popular snow resort in the Southern Rockies.

    While Las Vegas may not have the cachet as its other two partners in enchantment, the town is filled with houses and other structures that have made their way into national historic registers. Las Vegas also makes a wonderful base for exploring the grasslands, croplands, and marshes of the Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge.

    New Mexico hotels range from Spartan guesthouses to lovingly restored 19th-century lodgings. To make sure you're getting the quality lodging you want, book reservations online using Expedia. You'll discover New Mexico hotel packages and other cheap hotel deals in New Mexico that afford you special discount rates on comfortable rooms throughout the state. It's easier tracking down a cheap New Mexico hotel deal in Albuquerque and the state's smaller cities than it is in Santa Fe, but you'll always find top prices on New Mexico hotel deals when you use Expedia.

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    Hotels in Albuquerque

    Econo Lodge Old Town - Albuquerque Hotels
    Rating: 2.0 Stars

    Econo Lodge Old Town

    2321 Central Ave Nw, Albuquerque - Map
     
     
    "new & improved rooms & breakfast"
    Great comfy king sized bed. New bamboo flooring. Hot breakfast was yummy
    Traveller from lopez island
    Located in the heart of Albuquerque, this hotel is within walking distance of Turquoise Museum and Old Town Plaza. Also …More
    Holiday Inn Express & Suites Historic - Albuquerque Hotels
    Rating: 2.5 Stars

    Holiday Inn Express & Suites Historic

    2300 12th St Nw, Albuquerque - Map
     
     
    "nice and clean hotel."
    It was a nice hotel with a friendly staff. clean and neat for a one night trip.
    Traveller from Texas
    Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and …More
    Howard Johnson Albuquerque Midtown - Albuquerque Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Howard Johnson Albuquerque Midtown

    900 Medical Arts Ave Ne, Albuquerque - Map
     
     
    "change in management - not ready for guests"
    I was disappointed. New management, going through a remodel. No Wifi, no pool and not told this when registering. Breakfast was marginal. The restaurant was not operational.
    Traveller from Las Cruces
    This hotel is 1 mile from University of New Mexico and Albuquerque Convention Center, and 3 miles from Old Town Albuquerque.More

    Hotels in Santa Fe

    El Rey Inn - Santa Fe Hotels
    Rating: 2.5 Stars

    El Rey Inn

    1862 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe - Map
     
     
    "Old in a classic way "
    Quaint is how I would describe it. The room was very small but functional for one person. The fitness room was again small but functional. The breakfast room was small but adiquate for the few people there when I was in it. The grounds were very old-style like you'd see in a movie about Route 66. If you're looking for luxury this ain't it. if you're looking for something memorable and "romantic" this would fit the bill - has a bit of the "Flinstones" feel to it. Only a short distance to the plaza and easy to get to. Will be visiting again. Footnote- I rented a small room, can't coment on the other rooms as I believe there are some larger rooms for family types..
    Traveller from edgewood, WA
    This hotel is located in Santa Fe (Southern Santa Fe), close to College of Santa Fe, Liquid Light Glass, and Santa Fe …More
    Americas Best Value Lamplighter Inn - Santa Fe Hotels
    Rating: 2.0 Stars

    Americas Best Value Lamplighter Inn

    2405 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe - Map
     
     
    "Clean place to stay. Central to tourist area."
    We really enjoyed our Expedia trip. Hotel was clean Ann's comfortable. Breakfast delicious!
    A Traveller
    This motel is located in Santa Fe (Southern Santa Fe), close to College of Santa Fe, New Mexico State Capitol, and San Miguel …More
    Inn and Spa at Loretto - Destination Hotels & Resorts - Santa Fe Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Inn and Spa at Loretto - Destination Hotels & Resorts

    211 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe - Map
     
     
    "Close to shops and attractions"
    I was welcomed well. The bed was comfortable. I liked the availability of water and alcohol. The room was Comtemporary.
    A Traveller
    One of the city's most photographed buildings, this adobe gem adjoins the 1878 Loretto Chapel, a block from Santa Fe Plaza …More

    Hotels in Taos

    Kachina Lodge Resort Hotel & Meetings Center - Taos Hotels
    Rating: 2.5 Stars

    Kachina Lodge Resort Hotel & Meetings Center

    413 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte, Taos - Map
     
     
    The hotel is quiet and comfortable and an easy walk to the old plaza area. The breakfasts are amazing! (!!!!) The room we stayed in was relatively large. The staff were super nice and helpful.
    A Traveller
    Within easy reach of the slopes, this Taos hotel is in the city center, just minutes from Kit Carson Park and close to winter …More
    Whitten Inn Taos - Taos Hotels
    Rating: 2.0 Stars

    Whitten Inn Taos

    615 Paseo Del Pueblo Sur, Taos - Map
     
     
    "Stopover in Taos."
    I spent one night at the Whitten Inn, while traveling through northern New Mexico. The hotel staff are friendly and helpful, and the continental breakfast is on par for this class of hotel. The hot tub and indoor pool are a big plus at the end of a long day of travel. The hotel could benefit from a little freshening, but it is quite acceptable in its current form for an affordable place to spend the night in Taos.
    Traveller from NC
    Conveniently located near the ski slopes, this Taos motel is in the mountains, near Blumenschein Home and Museum winter …More
    El Pueblo Lodge - Taos Hotels
    Rating: 2.0 Stars
    $133

    El Pueblo Lodge

    412 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte, Taos - Map
     
     
    "Lovely local charm "
    We loved the room...the outdoor BBQ was great, we had a steak dinner in front of our adobe fireplace ! The breakfast was superb ! We would stay here again any time.
    Traveller from nova scotia
    Located near the slopes, this Taos motel is in the mountains, within minutes of Taos Art Museum and Kit Carson Park, and …More