Showing available accommodation2 guests USD
Budget hotels & hostels
Guesthouses and B&Bs
Albuquerque's top hotel will wow you with style and attention to detail, from the dazzling lobby – where six arched nooks with tables and couches offer alluring spaces to talk and drink in public-privacy – to the Italian-made hypoallergenic bedding...
El Rancho Hotel
Hollywood goes Native American–futuristic at Gallup's best, and only, full-service historic lodging option. This town-center hotel with a neon facade was opened in 1937 and quickly became known as the 'home of the movie stars...
Lundeen Inn Of The Arts
This large, turn-of-the-19th-century Mexican Territorial–style inn is one of the nicest in its genre. The 20 thoughtfully decorated guest rooms are each unique and named for – and decorated in the style of – New Mexico artists...
Hotel St Francis
Recently renovated, the St. Francis has traded some of its faded charm for modern upgrades. All in all, it's retained its historic ambience, blending luxurious touches with a nicely underplayed Spanish missionary theme.
Old Santa Fe Inn
Just a few blocks from the plaza, rates vary wildly depending on season and occupancy. Rooms are a bit tight, but nicely decorated. The breakfast burrito bar is fabulous in the morning.
Hotel Encanto De Las Cruces
This former Hilton is the city's best big hotel. It's got 200 spacious rooms done up in warm Southwestern style. Also on-site is an exercise room, restaurant and lounge.
This German-style Alpine lodge runs a slew of packages and specials – from college day discounts to stay-and-ski-free deals for kids...
Route 66 Hostel
With discounts for HI-USA members, this 42-person hostel is clean, fun, cheap and conveniently located between downtown and Old Town. A kitchen and library are available for guest use. Just west of the downtown business district.
Santa Fe International Hostel
If you're looking for a true-blue old hippie hostel, you can't beat this experience in communal living – including the refrigerator full of free, donated food...
Garrett's Desert Inn
An old motor court–style place, Garrett's has been popular with travelers for half a century now. Rooms are in good shape, and the location is great. The heated pool is a plus. Families can book into one of the large suites and pets stay free.
The Hotel Blue
Well positioned beside a park on the western edge of downtown, the art- deco 134-room Hotel Blue has Tempur-Pedic beds and a free airport shuttle. Bonus points awarded for the good-size pool and 40in flat-screen TVs.
Inn Of The Governors
You can't beat the location, just blocks from the Plaza. Rooms are elegantly decorated with kiva fireplaces, warm-hued bedspreads and Southwestern-style doors and windows. It's an intimate place to slumber...
Santa Fe Motel & Inn
It's the aesthetic and technological attention to detail that make this downtown-adjacent motel a great pick. Bright tiles, clay sunbursts, LCD TVs and a welcoming chile pepper carefully placed atop your towels are just a few memorable pluses...
An area institution, this sprawling collection of shaded faux-dobes is peaceful and lovely; some spacious rooms have kitchenettes. The on-site Cafe Abiquiú is the best restaurant around...
Inn On The Alameda
Handmade furniture, kiva fireplaces, luxe linens, elegant breakfasts and afternoon wine-and-cheese receptions bring B&B-style elegance to a pleasantly efficient hotel...
Santa Claran Hotel
Run by Santa Clara Pueblo, this is Española's nicest and most reliable hotel. The pueblo theme throughout adds some character. Even better than the casino is the 24-lane bowling center on the ground floor.
El Rey Inn
A highly recommended classic courtyard hotel, with super rooms, a great pool and hot tub, and even a kids' playground scattered around 5 acres of greenery. The inn recycles and takes a lot of green-friendly steps to conserve resources...
El Pueblo Lodge
This standard hotel is right downtown, with big, clean rooms, some with kitchenettes and/or fireplaces, a pool, hot tub and fresh pastries in the morning. Deep discounts are offered in low season or when they're not busy.
Sun God Lodge
The hospitable folks at this well-run two-story motel can fill you in on local history and point you to a restaurant to match your mood. Rooms are clean – if a bit dark – and decorated with low-key Southwestern flair...
The Historic Taos Inn
Even though it's not the plushest place in town, it's still fabulous, with a cozy lobby, a garden for the restaurant, heavy wooden furniture, a sunken fireplace and lots of live local music at its famed Adobe Bar...
Inn & Spa At Loretto
Modeled after the Taos Pueblo, this gorgeous old hotel has large, luxurious rooms with a Native American theme that includes local art hanging on dark-red walls. Modern amenities include iPod docking stations and huge flat-screen TVs...
Hotel La Fonda De Taos
This upscale hotel, formerly owned by notorious playboy Saki Karavas, just can't shake its sexy vibe – even the kiva gas fireplaces in the smallish, sensually angled suites seem like they're illuminating something that's up to no good...