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Local Weekend Getaway Deals Near Albuquerque

April 10th, 2015 by Emily

Local Weekend Getaway AlbuquerqueDo you live in the Greater Albuqeruque or Santa Fe area, and crave a local weekend getaway to a place where life slows down a little, and where the day-to-day stressors have a way of melting away?  Whether you want a girlfriends weekend away with your closest friends, or a romantic escape to renew and reconnect, Hacienda Vargas is the perfect place for you.  Our historic Inn caters to those looking for an escape into the romantic, old-world charm of New Mexico.  For residents from as far away as Farmington, to as close as Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Rio Rancho, Hacienda Vargas is the perfect place to enjoy a local weekend getaway.  Book your room with us today, and take advantage of the spectacular spring getaway deals happening now.

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An Albuquerque Inspired Romantic Getaway

January 17th, 2015 by Emily

Albuquerque New Mexico romantic getawayNew Mexico, dubbed the “Land of Enchantment”, is called so for good reason.  New Mexico, and Albuquerque specifically, is often touted as one of the most relaxing and romantic vacation destinations in the United States. Famous for their sense of adventure, unique cuisine, vibrant culture, picturesque desert landscapes, and clear skies, the world-renowned cities of New Mexico are the perfect places to enjoy a romantic getaway this winter. Anytime of year is a great time to be in Albuquerque, but there is perhaps no better time to show your loved one the time of their lives, when you bring them to New Mexico for an unforgettable romantic getaway during these early winter months. Book your room at our charming Bed and Breakfast Inn, located in a quiet village just outside the romantic city of Albuquerque.

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Romantic Getaway in Enchanting New Mexico

October 15th, 2014 by Emily

New Mexico romantic getawayNew Mexico is often at the top of many couples’ lists when it comes to choosing a destination for a romantic getaway, and we’re not surprised, because New Mexico is ranked as one of the most romantic destinations in the world.  New Mexico, the land of enchantment, is the place where the pressures of life vanish into the wind, and where true love is rediscovered along the way.  You’ll also find sacred springs and world-renowned spas, rich with traditional and Native-inspired services that will help you to feel restored and rejuvenated. Surrounded by beauty, and filled with opportunities for discovery, New Mexico is the perfect place to escape for your next romantic getaway.  Recently listed as one of the top 12 Inns in the country for affordable elopements, Hacienda Vargas may be just the perfect place to turn your romantic getaway into a magical marriage celebration.  Book your room at our Bed and Breakfast today, and get ready to let the grace and elegance of historical New Mexico inspire your romantic getaway.

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Sink in to a New Mexico Spa Getaway This Winter

January 21st, 2014 by Emily

New Mexico Spa getawayThe restorative and healing powers of the Southwest are legendary, and have drawn travelers in search of spiritual and physical renewal for centuries.  Our historic New Mexico Bed and Breakfast is located in Algodones, New Mexico–nearly equidistant between the two great cities of Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Both cities are home to master healers and body workers, where you’ll find treatments stemming from ancient remedies of the Southwest, or the timeless traditions from Thailand, Indonesia and other distant lands.  There is no end to the spa possibilities in the Albuquerque or Santa Fe area. Book your stay at our relaxing New Mexico Bed and Breakfast this winter, and experience for yourself the renewing powers of a New Mexico spa getaway.

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