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H O T E L S   &   R E S O R T S

Located in Albuquerque's downtown business district on historic Route 66, The Hotel Blue provides easy access to the best of the city. The hotel's 135 deluxe guest rooms and 10 expansive suites offer you a clean, quiet and affordable stay with an Art Deco motif. Amenities include telephones equipped with voice mail and data ports and 25" televisions with Internet access.

Angel Fire
The Sangre de Cristo Mountains - the southern tip of the Rockies - and the Moreno Valley are home to the Southwest's premier year-round family resort -- Angel Fire Resort. The Angel Fire Resort Hotel offers spacious rooms with two queen beds in every standard room - also offered are a variety of Resort-managed condominiums from cozy studios to spacious three-bedroom units. Enjoy skiing in the winter, horseback riding and hiking in the summer!

Sandia Pueblo
This mammoth building is the 70,000 square-foot Sandia Casino with the largest poker room in the state and an abundance of Las Vegas-style games, some 1700 slots and all space-ship color and sound familiar to those who are drawn, in slow-blink mode, to the now-electronic mysteries of winning and losing. (No one has Pac Man any more.) [Read Review]

Santa Fe
Located just off the historic Plaza, Eldorado Hotel is within walking distance of the city's most notable attractions like the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum across the street.  Santa Fe's First AAA four-diamond, four-star hotel, Eldorado Hotel flourishes 219 graciously appointed guest rooms and suites, decorated in the distinguished "Santa Fe Style," many of which feature Kiva fireplaces and terraces, or balconies overlooking the majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

Hotel Loretto

Hotel Loretto rests at the end of the historic Santa Fe Trail amid the enchanted vistas of the Sangre de Christo Mountains, offering 140 guest rooms, and a handful of suites, each filled with the warm, vibrant colors of earthy fabrics and hand-carved furnishings. All rooms are oversized with their own climate controls and exceptional working facilities, many with private and shared balconies to sit and enjoy the view.

The Inn of the Anasazi's fifty-nine guest rooms are designed as an artful blend of southwestern culture and luxurious amenities. Hand crafted furnishings, four poster beds, gas lit fireplaces are framed under traditional ceilings of vigas and latillas. Authentic artwork of the region's diverse heritage blends with the intricate geometry of indigenous rugs and handwoven fabrics. Guests enjoy a wide range of natural products ranging from bed linens, bath sheets, and robes of 100% cotton to organic toiletries.

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