Los Poblanos Inn
Set amongst 25 acres of lavender fields and lush gardens, the award-winning Los Poblanos Inn is one of the most prestigious historic properties in the Southwest. Designed in 1932 by famed architect John Gaw Meem, the “Father of Santa Fe Style,” the buildings feature agricultural-themed artwork by important New Mexico artists of the period. The “Field to Fork” dining at Los Poblanos is rooted in the organic ingredients from its own farm as well as from the region. The elegant guest rooms feature wood burning fireplaces, hardwood floors, original artwork, and antique New Mexican furnishings. Guests can relax around the salt water pool, explore the property’s extensive gardens, take an architecture tour, or attend a class. As Los Poblanos wanders the line between refined and rugged, guests can also experience a real working farm, complete with animals, crops and barns. Awarded one of the Top 100 hotels in the world by Fodors, Los Poblanos has also been featured in New Mexico Magazine, The New York Times, and as a “Top Foodie Destination” by Zagat.