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Reviewed 25 August 2017

Needed a break from the Texas Heat in August so we headed to the Lodge in Cloudcroft 20 plus years after our first visit. The Hotel looked just as charming as it did before and the weather was great. Our first night we stayed in a regular queen size room that was very small, no Chester drawers to put away clothes and my wife yelped when the shower changed temperature several times The rooms also smelled a little musty. Luckily they had a queen sweet available for the rest of our stay.The bar and dinning room where just as welcoming as I remembered , but the service was average, did not has some items on the menu and it took awhile to get a bucket for our wine. Also the heated pool was drained and not available. Overall we enjoyed our stay in the very historic hotel , but would recommend and update to plumbing and furnishing to return to its former self.

Room Tip: choose a suite
  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank RioVistaGA
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

The Lodge is a classy old hotel nestled in the cool climate of the Sacramento Mountains. It is charming to be sure and has a rich history having hosted a fair number of celebrities in its many years of service. It does need some TLC to the property but what it lacks in modern convenience and fresh paint is more than offset by the wonderfully helpful and attentive staff. The climate is exquisite if you are looking to beat the heat. Do not expect 4-5 star amenities and spacious updated rooms and you will not be disappointed.

Room Tip: The tower view at sundown is spectacular. A view of the entire valley for 20+ miles!
  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank richarddG4334TG
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Reviewed 8 August 2017

One our way through New Mexico, we stopped at The Lodge at Cloudcroft for another visit. While staying in Cloudcroft, we visited White Sands and Sun Spot, and hiked several of the trails in the mountains.

Room Tip: I like some of the smaller rooms in the "old" part of the lodge, but these can be somewhat small.
  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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Thank Scoutmaster_T1020
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Reviewed 31 July 2017

Great hotel--we stayed in the Pavilion which is a short drive away. The room was rustic and very spacious. It was a corner room which meant windows on two sides. The stone fireplace and wood interior made this a very quaint and romantic place. We enjoyed our night there. Went to the main hotel for both dinner and breakfast. The views are fantastic. Dinner was great (the beef stew was superb). Breakfast was a small buffet. Will come back certainly. Wifi in the Pavilion was spotty at best.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Michael N
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Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

Views were beautiful, but accommodations were average/lodge is run down. My family and I like to be outside and there wasn't really an outdoor "hangout" area here. Luckily, the restaurant at the lodge wasn't crowded - so, we got take out from a BBQ place down the street and played cards, had our drinks & watched the sunset from their deck. Not a big ghost guy but lots of history here... our toothpaste went missing without explanation and my mom and I had a hard time sleeping. Watch out for Rebecca, but don't worry - she's a friendly ghost ;)

Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
Thank Margaret G
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