My husband and I stayed here a month ago for one night with a friend and his daughter. We had a large suite with two rooms and kitchenette. There are two sets of bunk beds in the living room, so if you go with a large family you'll have to deal with the inconvenience of not being able to use the living room when people are sleeping in it. But it worked out fine for us. My friend and his daughter slept out there and we slept in the bedroom, which had four bunk beds and two double beds. The living room and bedroom are separated by a curtain instead of a door, so that could be a problem if someone is watching TV in the living room. There was also a second small room, separated by a curtain, off the large bedroom. Everything was clean, and the price was right: $80 total. The owner is very nice and dog friendly (we brought our pooch). She also told us about a great walking tour that evening, and made a dinner reservation for us at the St. James so we could get to the tour on time. My one complaint is the bed was very soft. I have a bad back, so I woke up in pain and had to go to the chiropracter when I got home.
- 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