Best New Mexico Resorts & Resort Reviews

On a recent golf vacation to New Mexico to play the Santa Fe Golf Trail, we got to stay at some of the best New Mexico Resorts and lodging that the state has to offer. This page is dedicated to giving you some of the reasons why we think that these resorts should qualify as some of the best lodging, casinos, and resorts in New Mexico. Each New Mexico resort review will give you an overview of the resort and what we liked about it and have several pictures of the resort. If you like golf, you should also check out our New Mexico Golf Course Reviews which has a review of the golf courses associated with each New Mexico resort. The Playing the Santa Fe Golf Trail article will give you an overview of the fun time we had staying and playing the Santa Fe Golf Trail.


Best New Mexico Resorts & Resort Reviews

Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino

Santa Fe

Review of Buffalo Thunder

Buffalo Thunder Resort

Located among hundreds of acres of high desert land, Buffalo Thunder is home to an award-winning 27 hole golf course, swimming pools, extensive conference space, a superb selection of restaurants, a huge casino, and plentiful New Mexico sunshine.

Part of what makes Buffalo Thunder Resort unique and different is that the resort is like an art gallery and loaded with hundreds of Native American works of art from every New Mexico Tribe.

The adjoining Towa Golf Club is also a work of art - three unique and different nine hole courses sculptured out of the high desert terrain.

Hard Rock Casino & Resort Hotel


Review of Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Albuquerque

Entrance to the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Albuquerque

The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Albuquerque is conveniently located close to the Albuquerque Airport and it's home to some fantastic rock and roll memorabilia, a great indoor outdoor pool, a fitness center, a relaxing spa, several options for dining, and spacious rooms.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Albuquerque is the place to go for some of the hottest gambling around - over 100,000 square feet loaded with 1600 slots, game tables, bingo, and poker plus a sports bar and live entertainment.

When you're tired of the gambling or pool, head across the highway for 27 holes of fun and challenging golf at Isleta Eagle Golf Course.


Residence Club at El Corazon de Santa Fe

Santa Fe

Review of Residence Club

Residence Club at El Corazon

The Residence Club at El Corazon de Santa Fe has luxury authentic Santa Fe architecture designed townhomes in the heart of Santa Fe with just a short walk to the world famous Santa Fe Plaza as well as everything you need in the world of art, entertainment, exquisitely fine dining, fun night life, culture, and shopping. And they offer easy access to skiing, biking and hiking, fly fishing, and white water rafting.

We stayed in a very elegantly appointed two bedroom two bath townhome with a balcony, gourmet kitchen with professional-grade appliances, large living area with fireplace, Kiva-style fireplaces in the spacious master bedroom, slate floors, decorative ironwork, and more all with a Spanish Pueblo Revival architecture.

Sandia Resort & Casino


Review of Sandia Resort

Sandia Resort & Casino

You can't help but be impressed when you enter the grand lobby of the spectacular Sandia Resort & Casino - it's massive and decorated with unique architecture featuring native pottery, art , and sculptures. One end of the lobby looks out over the pool area, the 18th hole at the Sandia Golf Course with a clear blue lake with waters and fountains, and the stunning Sandia Mountains raising majestically out of the desert and the other end showcases the casino.

And the rest of the resort is just as impressive - over 140,000 square feet of your favorite games, a top ranked 18 hole golf course, gourmet dining as well as a huge buffet, and very comfortable rooms.

Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa

Santa Ana Pueblo

Review of Tamaya Resort

Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa

Tamaya Resort reflects the rich history of the Tamayame Indians with luxurious pueblo style guestrooms, traditional designs created with natural materials, and Native Indian artwork and architecture. The Resort offers a fascinating combination of old and new in the endless activities at this Santa Ana Pueblo hotel which include a soothing spa, outstanding nationally ranked Twin Warriors Golf Course, three fantastic pools, 5 miles of trails in the Rio Grande Bosque, tennis courts, kids camp, fitness center, and horseback riding. Plus three options for good food, a great bar and open patio with stunning views of the majestic Sandia Mountains, and comfortable rooms with patios or balconies.



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