If you need to stay in Cimarron and there is no where else then this is a place. My room (ski room) was small and full of beds. There was no room to move. It was one of the last rooms of the night. The carpets were stained and the bed quilts looked as if the hadn't been washed in a long time. If I wanted wifi I had to go outside as I didn't get it in my room. On the door it said the maximum rate for this room was 60.00. I was charged 65.00. At least the lady was nice while she stuck it to me. I could never get the window shades to fully close. The were broken and undersized and people were walking past until later in the night. This place will work if that's all there is but beware.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Cimarron Inn offers unique and charming lodging with a Southwestern flair. All guest rooms are named and decorated to reflect the local history of Cimarron and the special attractions of Northern New Mexico. Our theme room accommodations range from small, economical rooms, to the Casita, which can sleep 12. ... more less