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This hotel is reminiscent of mountain getaways in North Georgia, even though it is in New Mexico. Nestled in the trees and a short distance from Alamogordo, there is an elegant restaurant, gift shop, pool and trails in a mountainous setting.
My friend and I stayed here for two nights. We were upgraded to a suite on the first floor since the electricity in our original room was out due to renovation work going on. Staff were very friendly and helpful. We met the new owner,...More
We have been going to The Lodge for over 12 years. It is sadly apparent there are new owners. We had the Governors Suite. Basically a two room suite with a foyer. There was only one room heated in the entire suite, the bedroom. The...More
Booked Christmas (4 nights) in the Governor’s Suite, supposedly their best rooms, for a 2nd honeymoon. We had stayed there off an on for the past 25 years and remembered it to be romantic and peaceful, at least in the beginning, but it was declining....More
we were booked in a very inferior property and had to leave a day early. It was cold and my husband had developed a health issue. We booked a room for our remaining night at the Lodge and were told that check in was at...More
Response from Wildbluyonder | Reviewed this property |
Not at all. The A/C is great and there are electrical outlets in more than one place in the room. It is an old hotel of course, built in 1899 but the plumbing and (thank God!) electrical systems are modern. We recharged... More
Not at all. The A/C is great and there are electrical outlets in more than one place in the room. It is an old hotel of course, built in 1899 but the plumbing and (thank God!) electrical systems are modern. We recharged our iPad, phones, etc. with no trouble beyond having to unplug a lamp on one occasion. By "old" expect quaint, not antiquated!
Response from marypat0823 | Reviewed this property |
We stayed in a king room but it didn't have a view of much of anything except beautiful snow out the window. Really loved this place though. Lots of history and even a ghost. The room was adequate size too.
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"Rooms west of the lobby are quiet and away from the dining room."