We fell in love with the Lodge as soon as we settled in. In fact, we liked it so much we stayed an extra week, and then booked a whole month for next year. We had one of the smaller suites but it was very roomy and comfortable, had a great bed, interesting furnishings, a full kitchen, and nice bath. But one needn't be stuck in ones room. There are plenty of other wonderful places in the Lodge, and out on the huge patios, to relax, have a meal, read a book, chat with others staying at the Lodge, or just gaze out at the view, which during the day is of the city and the Organ Mountains beyond, and at night is the lights of the city spread out like a sparkling blanket. The Lodge is unique, full of beautiful tile work, and unique southwestern furnishings and art. LaVerne is a great hostess. What a great discovery!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Romantic, private and secluded. Elegant suites, with private entrance, bath, kitchen and patio/balcony. Luxurious linens. Antiques, lavish tile, fountains and gardens. We sit on 26 acres, high on a hill, mountain vistas in all directions, Mesilla Valley farmland, Rio Grande river, and sparkly Las Cruces night lights at your feet. Stonewalls, adobe walls and wrought iron enclose the Lodge. Dawn to dusk lighting for security and nighttime enjoyment of the patios and garden. ... more less