The 200 year old Spanish hacienda combines an exquisite historical ambiance with luxurious accommodations that give visitors an unforgettable taste of the Old Southwest.
Built by a Spanish soldier sent by King Charles III of Spain to find gold, the hacienda has been a trading post on the El Camino Real and a stagecoach stop between Santa Fe and Mexico City.
In its heyday, it boasted 28 rooms, a cantina and a mercantile store. Today the gentle courtyard is a peaceful retreat of dancing sunlight, shady portals and a dazzling, ever changing display of flowers.
A hearty, palate-pleasing breakfast is served in the sun-splashed courtyard in the summer, and in front of a crackling kiva fireplace in the winter. A different menu greets guests each day.
Colorful family quilts, quality linens, polished antiques, and a fine collection of New Mexico folk art give each room its own special feeling.
6708 Tierra NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107, USA