New Mexico is home to one of the most incredibly diverse and scenic landscapes that you will ever see in North America. You can take advantage of the numerous opportunities for adventure and exploration provided by this state. It is also dubbed as ‘The Land of Enchantment’ due to the charming communities, juniper speckled hills, and the striking desert vistas, which this state is renowned for. Even though this is the fifth largest state in the US, the population is almost half of that of Los Angeles.
On your visit to this state, there are so many things that you can do. Whether you choose to visit small cities like Roswell and Taos or the large cities of Albuquerque and Santa Fe, there are a number of unique attractions on offer at both these places. Explore the natural beauty here by visiting places such as the White Sands National Monument, the Valle Vidal, the Wheeler Peak Wilderness, the Taos Ski Valley, and the Carlsbad Caverns National Park. The Bandelier National Monument, the Pecos National Historical Park, and the Chaco Culture National Historical Park, must be visited if you want to discover the culture of Native American Pueblos. With the real-life cowboys, enchiladas that are smothered in chili, and the Indian pueblos, the state of New Mexico gives off a foreign vibe. Tourists have a chance to enjoy so many things here, right from distinctive cuisine to fascinating nature experiences.
Once you have decided to visit this state, the next question which arises is ‘where do I stay?’ The top New Mexico resorts are the perfect place to relax at the end of your tiring day. Although many of the best New Mexico resorts are located in the city of Santa Fe, there are a few options available if you wish to stay in the other cities. The resorts mentioned below are some of the best New Mexico resorts that are on offer for tourists.
The Hyatt Regency is located around 22 miles north of Albuquerque in the city of Santa Ana Pueblo near the Sandia Mountains. Out of all the other New Mexico resorts, this resort is renowned for its serene ambiance, spectacular views, and a variety of activities. The most popular activities include kayaking, hiking, rafting, horseback riding, fly fishing, and a hot air balloon ride. The guestrooms at this resort have native décor and feature balconies that overlook the mountains. Spend your evening relaxing at the onsite Tamaya Mist Spa & Salon or take a dip in one of the three heated pools. When you are feeling a bit peckish, try the chipotle orange marinated duck breast or the green chili chicken empanadas at the onsite Corn Maiden restaurant. This resort provides you a chance to learn about the history of the local Tamayame people and is also close to several city attractions. If you thought this resort could not get better, then you would be wrong. The exceptional service provided will make your stay worthwhile indeed!
As soon as you enter this resort, you will notice that the décor is a mixture of Colonial-era Spanish and Southwestern art. You will enjoy the bright and colorful rooms at La Posada which feature high speed Internet access, Starbucks coffee, spa toiletries, plush bathrobes, and LCD TVs. If you are on a budget, choose the historic rooms which have similar facilities but are smaller in size. The central location of this resort along the Canyon Road, gives you easy access to Santa Fe’s best museums, historic sites, and galleries, including the Palace of the Governors and the Plaza. The different amenities that are available on the resort grounds include a heated outdoor pool, a spa, and activities such as tequila tastings, skiing, hiking, and yoga classes. La Posada also offers you phenomenal dining options. You can choose to dine under starry New Mexico skies on ‘the Patio’, or sip cocktails at ‘the Staab House’. ‘Julia’ is the perfect choice if fine dining is on your mind, while ‘Viga’ serves you burgers and steaks. Choose this resort if you want to stay at New Mexico resorts that have a relaxing atmosphere.
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