On our 2019 Summer road trip, we found a new favorite place! When we had stopped in Winslow at La Posada, I told innkeeper, Allen Affledt, that we enjoyed historic hotels including his other hotel in Las Vegas, New Mexico, The Plaza, and we were looking forward to visiting The Castaneda Hotel when it opened. He asked if we’d ever stayed at Los Poblanos and recommended it. So we did!
You feel a little like Alice sliding down the rabbit hole as you drive through the tunnel of enormous cottonwood trees that lead you into Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Organic Farm. Suddenly, the hustle and bustle of the city of Albuquerque are gone and you’ve emerged on a 25-acre farm planted with lavender and formal gardens. Designed in 1932 by renowned architect John Gaw Meems, this property boasts 50 beautiful rooms, all opening out to offer views of the working farm.
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