Pros: We wanted to overnight in Mountainair. This was the only hotel available.
Cons: The reception could have been friendlier.The train track is about 300 feet from the hotel. This is the busiest train line in USA. Every 5 minutes a train passes by. Sometimes I felt they just run through our room.
Pros: It was very close to the location of interest.
Cons: Loud Furnace.
The room was cozy. I felt like we were visiting family. Quilt bedspreads and mismatched furniture took me back to when I was a child. I wish there had been more accessible electrical outlets. 3 phones to charge plus an iPad and so we were playing rock, paper, scissors as to who could charge their device next. The train woke me up too. Overall it was a good experience, I would definitely book a room there again if I'm ever in Mountainair.
Pros: The room was cozy. I felt like we were visiting family. Quilt bedspreads and mismatched furniture took me back to when I was a child.
Cons: I wish there had been more accessible electrical outlets. 3 phones to charge plus an iPad and so we were playing rock, paper, scissors as to who could charge their device next. The train woke me up too.
The property is a 10 acre parcel located 90 min. so. east of Albuquerque along the Manzano Mountains with access to the Cibola National Forest hiking trails and camp grounds, Sandia Peak Ski Resort, the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monuments and day trips to Santa Fe and surrounding historic sites. There is a 2bdrm/2bath house with all amenities including Kiva fireplace, gas stove, dishwasher, 2 refrigerators, full laundry room, DTV, internet access and more. There is also a garage and a 30 amp. RV hook-up. There is a well providing exceptionally clear safe drinking water. The property is gated and is 1 mile from the city of Mountainair. In Mountainair we have a few restaurants, a Bakery, a gas station, Dollar Store, hair dresser, Cibola Art Studio, Salinas Pueblo Mission National Park office, gift shops, a drug store, auto parts store, Auto repair garage, tire store and the local recycling station right outside of town. There are 2 motels with RV parks. In early fall the International Hawk Watch Society has a catch & release program on Capilla Peak just outside of town. September and October you can drive up the mountain then hike up to their site and participate in this wonderful informative program. It is free of charge as are the camp grounds and hiking activities. Albuquerque is close with many things to see and do. This area is a wonderful experience for young and old.