Excellent food, a beautiful location and our server Britain was outstanding. The wine list is very extensive, a bit pricey but great choices. The octopus was excellent only too spicey to enjoy the delicate flavor of the octopus. The strio steaks were delicious & cooked exactly to order as was the wild salmon. The duck was perfect.
We stayed one night in a Meem deluxe suite. I'm glad we didn't stay longer. It's billed as a space for guests "seeking privacy and serenity." Well, we could hear our neighbors talking at a normal volume and we could VERY clearly hear the gentleman snoring all night. How serene and private! The couch had a tear in it and the furnishings just look old and tired. And I don't mean they look antique. I mean they look like they came from Wayfair and need to be replaced. The carpet in the bedroom looked dirty and old as well. When I checked in, I noticed immediately that the window blinds in the bathroom were completely broken and laying on the floor. I went to the front desk to tell them this, and they just casually said they'd send someone to look at it. No apology. No, "sorry for the inconvenience." Just, "We'll have to send maintenance to your room." (Here's a tip, Los Poblanos: guests don't want to deal with maintenance fixing things in the room when they check in. They want to relax.) I waited around bit for maintenance in my room and then went to get something from the car. When I returned, there were tools outside my room door and the door was completely open. No one was inside. I knew maintenance would be sent and I have no problem with them going in to fix the blinds as requested. But I had about $10K worth of cameras just sitting inside the door that anyone could have swiped. It's crazy to me that the guy couldn't have locked -- or even closed! -- the door. He returned 10 minutes later and fixed the blinds. All in all, definitely not worth $500.…
Dining Al fresco with a view of the mountains, sunset and sunflowers was breathtaking! The service and food were the best of our trip! Look forward to returning and staying at the Inn. The cocktails were fun and inventive, and I love the salmon with rhubarb sauce (surprised how well they went together).
On a family trip to New Mexico we decided to take a couple of days at this beautiful farm. Our 11 and 14 year old like to relax and get away from it all. They loved having tea and walking all the beautiful gardens and just taking in the beauty of nature. Campo the restaurant is a must if you are foodies like our family is and our room North Field 1 felt like we were in a shabby sheik photo shoot. We rode bikes down to penny’s card shop and check out a bookstore and sent boxes of lavender products home to the East Coast. This is a truly magical place . A place to get away from it all. We will be back soon!
This restaurant came highly recommended by several waiters from Santa Fe restaurants, so we had to try!. They were right; this restaurant deserves a special trip on it's own. The menu is unique. Every dish was prepared perfectly. The property is gorgeous. It is worth a detour. Probably one of the best dining experiences in Albuquerque.
We came to Albuquerque for the weekend and decided to splurge a bit and stay at Los Poblanos. The location and grounds are beautiful. The service is good and the food is very good. My only complaint is that while the Campo bar/restaurant is open and serving drinks, that a small menu should be available to order appetizers from. I understand they only serve brunch and dinner but between the time of brunch and dinner some kind of small plates should be offered. As it is, they don’t offer this appetizer menu until 5:00 pm. However, if you are there at 4:00 pm sitting on the patio, enjoying the view it would be nice to be able to order small appetizers especially if you are serving your guest alcohol.
The location, grounds, room, and food are carefully curated to celebrate the debt we all owe to farmers and the great tradition of sustainable living. The farm to fork experience does not dissappoint. All staff are knowledgeable and thoroughly trained to help guests slow down and savor their time at LP Inn. What could be better that strolling through the kitchen gardens after breakfast and meeting part of the kitchen crew harvesting things and having them tell you how they will appear on your dinner plate that evening (if you are lucky enough to have reservations). We booked our breakfast and dinner spots beforehand and were delighted to have them.
We first came in 2021 and love it so much we are back again. It is such a wonderful retreat to get R&R but yet so much to do.- pool, biking (free bikes to take off and recommend a trail ride by Rio Grande) animals, farm tastings, yoga, lawn games, Volunteering on the farm for lavender harvest, Smores and fire pits at night and more! Walking the grounds and Greely garden - beautiful! It is also a short trip to Santa Fe. The staff goes over the top to ensure a great experience. Marissa, Madison, August just to name a few but really everyone is amazing! El Campo is great and the bread at the farm store is beyond- every variety delish with the cheese and salami offerings! Their lavender products are amazing too! We will be back again! My 10 yo daughter is in love with this place and can’t wait to come back! A much welcome break from city life!…
Stayed here while visiting the Breaking Bad locations in Albuquerque. We were looking for a nice quite location to spend the 4th of July and this hotel did not disappoint. The hotel is located a few minutes outside of Albuquerque on a beautiful lavender farm. It has all the amities you could want including a spa, shop, restaurant a very nice saltwater pool. There are very well kept gardens for walks or bike rides on the complimentary bikes. We used the pool a few times; it was a good size but did get busy in the afternoon. If you went in the morning or around 6pm before dinner it was empty. All the staff we encountered were friendly and helpful. We stayed in a two bed house / suit. It was very modern, clean and spacious. The bathroom was especially large with a huge shower and bath. The shower had amazing water pressure and lovely complimentary lavender shower products. There was also a patio with loungers overlooking the gardens. A roaming peacock even came to visit our patio a few times. The living area had a small kitchenette with an induction stove. It also had a huge fridge, dishwasher which seemed oversized. They only give you four dishes and cups and no sharp knives which was a bit annoying. I personally would have liked a microwave oven and a toaster instead of the dishwasher. It seemed a waste when they only gave you four of everything so you may as well wash the dished in the sink. You couldn’t really make much more than pasta in the kitchen. This isn’t something I’d take points off for, just something to note that they could possibly improve. All in all we had a great stay. If you’re looking for a relaxing getaway this is the place to go!…
While the grounds are beautiful, this place seems to attract people with noisy children. The restaurant staff is trying their best, but they need training by a good manager. The restaurant service was not good. Food at night was okay, the braised lamb excellent! The simple salad was too simple and way over-salted. Breakfast was disappointing -- deep-fried potatoes too much fry and the hot sauce for the eggs was not hot. We are not likely to go there again.