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Just a fantastic brunch in a great setting. Old "haunted" hotel with a beautiful view from the mountains overlooking White Sands National Monument. Has a chef that knows how to do a brunch. You cannot beat the value at about $25 including champagne.
Step into the past with Room decor that takes you back to the early 1900's ,but every modern day whim is taken care of. Staff and service are excellent and the hotel restaurant is truly 5 star quality. The view overlooking the white sands valley...More
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...More
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...More
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.
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."