Fodor's Expert Review Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm

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

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. Newer "Field" rooms are so well conceived, they complement both the grounds' lush lavender fields and the earlier aesthetic perfectly. All 50 rooms here provide an authentic New Mexico moment: Moroccan-patterned tiles, hand-worked tin sconces, and kiva fireplaces, some set in the soft curves of adobe walls. Enjoy the panoramic view of the Sandia Mountains—and the exquisite peacocks and amusing guinea hens that wander the grounds—from the Campo dining room, where your scrupulously fresh breakfast will be served. You might then choose to venture no farther than the saltwater lap pool or the Farm Shop, or perhaps pedal the meandering acequia trails as far as one of the Inn's cruiser bicycles might carry you.

PROS

  • seasonal farm-to-fork dining
  • fine bedding and linens
  • in-room massage available
  • set on a lavender farm

CONS

  • peacocks startle (and consequently screech) occasionally
  • full spa services off-site

QUICK FACTS

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 505-344–9297

HOTEL DETAILS

50 rooms
Rate Includes: Free breakfast

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