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Best Way To Spend Your Weekend

June 28th, 2016 by Innkeeper

When You Just Need a Break From Life

When You Just Need a Break From Life

What better way to spend your weekend than with unlimited options? A stay at Hacienda Vargas will allow you the ability to take on outdoor activities by day and relax in your cozy oasis by night! Upon arrival, let the Hacienda Vargas team know what you would like to experience during your stay and we can point you in the right direction. The options are endless at Hacienda Vargas. Experience wildlife, hiking trails, fishing, horseback riding, rafting and much, much more.

Going north, Hacienda Vargas is only a 30 minute drive to the thriving arts scene of Sante Fe! You will find that Santa Fe is home to dozens of galleries where you can find jewelry, metalwork, photography and paintings.

Head south 30 minutes of Hacienda Vargas and venture into Albuquerque. Spend the day exploring the largest city in New Mexico. Be sure to plan some time to ride the Sandia Peak Tram for panoramic views of the Rio Grande Valley.

Our historic bed and breakfast is surrounded by spectacular sites just waiting to be discovered. Book your weekend getaway today!

 

The Must-See Albuquerque Attractions

March 31st, 2015 by Cynthia Spence

Albuquerque AttractionsOur beautiful and historic Bed and Breakfast is located near the charming town of Algodones, just off the historic El Camino Real and Route 66.  Guests that choose to stay with us come here to experience the grace and elegance of historical New Mexico, and to relax and rejuvenate away from the stressful day-to-day of modern life.  Here, guests can enjoy the quiet ambiance of the Inn, yet still have access to the must-see Albuquerque attractions that have attracted visitors to the area for years. Book your room at our Bed and Breakfast today, and find your perfect balance between quiet relaxation and the exciting attractions in nearby Albuquerque.

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The Top Albuquerque Events This Spring

March 16th, 2015 by Cynthia Spence

Albuqerque EventsIn a city as diverse and beautiful as Albuquerque, it’s not very hard to find things to do.  Everywhere you look, you’ll be immersed in the unique cultural blend the Southwest is known for, and surrounded by history, incredible scenery, world-renowned art and shopping venues, and some of the best cuisine in the world.  In a city as busy as Albuquerque, with so many wonderful things to see and do, many guests plan for their trip well in advance.  Whether it’s business or pleasure that brings you to Albuquerque, we know with these spectacular Albuquerque events lined up this spring, you’ll leave wanting more of this wonderful city.  Book your room at our historic Bed and Breakfast today, and experience the best of Albuquerque this spring.

The Top Albuquerque Events

With spring only days away, now is a great time to plan and book a spectacular getaway to New Mexico.  While here, spend your time exploring the incomparable beauty of the famous New Mexican landscapes, relax and pamper yourself at our historic bed and breakfast, shop to your hearts content at the many great boutiques and markets in the area, and experience the vibrant culture of Albuquerque through some of this year’s most loved traditions and events.  Art and museum exhibits are always an exciting component of Albuquerque events, and this spring it is no different.  Our favorite current art and museum exhibits include the “Only in Albuqueruque” exhibit at the Albuquerque Museum, the “Electricity: Spark Your Curiosity” exhibit at the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, the beautiful XOXO exhibit at Explora about love and forgiveness, as well as Women and Creativity and On the Map:  Unfolding Albuquerque Art & Design, both city-wide celebrations of art and culture.  If you’d like to taste the sweeter side of Albuquerque, then don’t miss this year’s Southwest Coffee and Chocolate Fest.  It’s one of the yummiest Albuquerque events of the year.

Albuquerque EventsIf you’re in search of an Albuquerque event with more authenticity, then don’t miss this year’s Fiestas de Albuquerque.  Here, you’ll have the opportunity to walk through historic Old Town Albuquerque while learning about the fabric of our city.  Along the way, you’ll explore Native American history, along with the history of the Spanish Era founders.  Then, you’ll continue on to sample the mouth watering delicacies and learn how to craft piñatas from the Mexican Era, and finally listen to live, historic music and see blacksmith demonstrations from the Territorial Era.  For a more in-depth lesson in Native American culture and history, join North America’s largest pow wow at the Gathering of the Nations, featuring Indian singing and dancing in April.  In May, wrap up spring in Albuquerque with the Albuquerque Wine Festival, where you’ll finda wide variety of award-winning New Mexico wines, live music, international food, and crafts vendors.  Get a true taste for Albuqerque, and enjoy any or all of these exciting Albuquerque events when you stay at our historic Bed and Breakfast in New Mexico.

Experience the Authentic Old West New Mexico

December 27th, 2014 by Cynthia Spence

Authentic Old West New MexicoMany of our guests choose to vacation in New Mexico for its unique, Old West ambiance that can’t be found anywhere else.  In New Mexico, you’ll find a deep sense of culture and heritage, rooted in centuries of history. As two of the oldest cities in the U.S., Albuquerque and Santa Fe boast a unique multicultural heritage and history where Native American, Hispanic & Latino, Anglo and other cultural influences are a part of everyday life. Our bed and breakfast itself is a living piece of this Old West history, nestled along the El Camino Real and old Route 66. Book your room at this historic New Mexico Inn today, and upon arrival you’ll discover the grace and elegance of Old West New Mexico, all conveniently located just 20 minutes from Albuquerque and 35 from Santa Fe.

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