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Albuquerque Hotels

Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm

  • Los Poblanos Inn, Albuquerque

    Private Dinner in the Library - Mike Crane Photography

  • Los Poblanos Inn, Albuquerque

    The Farm Shop - Mike Crane Photography

  • Los Poblanos Inn, Albuquerque

    Main Driveway and Silos

  • Los Poblanos Inn, Albuquerque

    The Farm Rooms - Mike Crane Photography

  • Los Poblanos Inn, Albuquerque

    Barn Commons Gym - Mike Crane Photography

  • Los Poblanos Inn, Albuquerque

    Armijo Room - Don Campbell Photography

  • Los Poblanos Inn, Albuquerque

    Meem Room - Mike Crane Photography

  • Los Poblanos Inn, Albuquerque

    Saltwater Solar Heated Pool - Mike Crane Photography

  • Los Poblanos Inn, Albuquerque

    Ventana Breakfast Room - Mike Crane Photography

  • Los Poblanos Inn, Albuquerque

    Simms Suite - Mike Crane Photography

Pros

  • Seasonal farm-to-fork dining
  • Fine bedding and linens
  • Day spa service available

Cons

  • Peacocks may let out an occasional (and short) screech-like sound
  • Dinner service is not always available
  • Spa service is off-site, a short drive away

Updated 12/04/2013

Fodor's Review

Designed in the 1930s by the renowned Pueblo Revival architect John Gaw Meem for a local political power couple, Los Poblanos stands today as a quintessential element of Albuquerque's North Valley and its pastoral soul. The rooms provide a perfect New Mexico moment: Moroccan-patterned tiles, hand-worked tin sconces, and kiva fireplaces, all set in the soft curves of adobe walls. Enjoy the panoramic view of the Sandia Mountains—and the exquisite peacocks that wander the

grounds—from the dining room patio, where your sumptuous breakfast may be served. It's organic and locally grown (much of it on-site). You might then choose to venture no farther than the salt-water lap pool or the Farm Shop and pen replete with adorable baby goats, or perhaps pedal the meandering acequia trails as far as one of the Inn's bicycles might carry you.

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Hotel Award Winner | 2011

Hotel Information

Address:

4803 Rio Grande Blvd. NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87107, USA

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Phone:

505-344–9297; 866-344–9297; 505-342–1302

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 14 guest rooms, 7 suites
  • Breakfast

Updated 12/04/2013

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Sep 9, 2012

A relaxing getaway

After driving down an incredibly beautiful tree lined entrance, we arrived at a charming hacienda. Our room was next to the pool, which was serene and beautiful. Breakfast in the main building was delicious, and the personnel quite friendly. Complimentary bicycles were a treat, since there was a bike trail along the Rio Grande River close by. The tree-lined trail went for miles, and provided an easy ride for us. We went home feeling relaxed and

refreshed after our stay.

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Jul 25, 2009

Perfect place!

What a relaxing and beautiful getaway from daily life - this is my 2nd visit to Los Poblanos, and it was just as enjoyable as the first one!

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Jul 16, 2006

I can't wait to go back..........

Went to Albuquerque with three other ladies on a "Southwest Adventure" that included Sante Fe and Taos. This was my favorite place we stayed at. It was just beautiful and the staff couldn't have been nicer. Our rooms faced out to a lovely courtyard with butterflies and hummingbirds everywhere, just heaven!

By David

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Jun 13, 2005

Wow! A dream for fans of gardens and architecture.

This place is a real treasure. My wife and I had no idea that Albuquerque would have a place like this - peacocks roaming the grounds, giant lotus flowers, acres of gardens, and beautiful rooms with fireplaces. For breakfast we were served organic fruit and eggs raised on their own farm. Definitely ask for tour!

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