The Abiqui Inn is spread out over a large areas with five different groupings of buildings. I was first assigned a room #18, which is very small, with a dreary surrounding, and too near the highway for a quite night's rest. i do not recommend unit #18 or #19 which are next to each other. so I upgraded to room #6 inside a complex called Plaza Blanca. I highly recommend any of the rooms Plaza Blanca, and hope to return there myself for a longer stay. The building is in a shady area, and the room was very large, with a sitting area with a great chair and reading lamp, an entertainment center with an excellent TV (that actually had a lot of good cable channels), a wooden writing desk and lamp, and queen beds. The beds had excellent mattresses, luxury linens and beautiful wooden headboards. (In the center of each head board was an iron ring which could be entertaining for some people.) The floors are high quality tile and walls are white washed plaster that looks like adobe. (It isn't, but looks like it) The ceiling has the traditional vegas in dark wood. So the room has the feeling of the southwest, done in a lovely way and tasteful way. The bathroom has high quality towels, and beautiful tile work on the walls. I loved the private courtyard, which can be accessed only by people staying at Plaza Blanca. There are flowers, and a little fountain in the center of the courtyard. A lovely spot to sit in the morning sun. In addition, the gift shop is very good, the restaurant in excellent, and the over all service from the staff is very high quality.
Also, while strolling the grounds on my way to dinner, I met the owner of the hotel. He does not live in the area, so it was an odd chance that I met him. He quizzed me about my opinion of the hotel, before I found out he was the owner. He truly wants to know what people think of his place, and to make it the best place it can be. Seems like he is doing a great job of that.