My husband and I went there just after New Years. It was a lovely treat. Dagna's incredible breakfasts and absolute charming personality made us feel like we were truly apart of the place. A great place to be yourself and to relax ..its a shame that like other reviews that the evening dining options were a little disappointing but its just a small village... We did a lot of hiking. My husband got the romance package that included a couples massage and a foot massage. We were newbies in getting massages so we weren't sure about what to expect ..our massage therapists made us feel so comfortable..it was truly a therapeutic and rejuvenating experience. My husband was planning the next visit before we left. We took advantage of the sauna and the meditation room with lovely views of the canyon; the hot tub was being renovated at the time but it sounds like its going to be awesome!! We stayed in the Apache the king size bed was memory foam ..and the linens felt luxurious. I would say that the room is right next to the Great Room ..so you could hear the comings and goings of the other guests...it didn't really bother us too much, but we might chose a different room next time. Cool place.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our Adobe Inn is set in one of the most picturesque areas of the Jemez Valley. We have six rooms with baths that open to a courtyard with a meditative fountain, hot tub and the most beautiful pool. We offer a wonderful gourmet breakfast as well as a day spa, fishing, art gallery and a six-acre garden. There are many wonderful hiking paths here in Jemez Springs with wonderful scenic views. We have added a day spa with spa treatments and massage, outdoor heated pool with romantic gardens. ... more less