The Las Cruces Area
New Mexico is the Land of Enchantment, and visitors choose our hotel because they are enchanted with our friendly staff, great value, clean rooms, and convenient location. Our staff does everything to make your stay comfortable and they are great resources for local area tips and advice. Just off I-10, our hotel is near outdoor recreation and cultural attractions as well as shops featuring handcrafted items and many dining options. Guests enjoy the free Bright Side Breakfast® in a spacious dining area with southwestern flair. The area possesses a good selection of dining options, from burgers to Italian, and family-owned establishments serving delicious and authentic New Mexican fare. Pets are welcome, too, and stay for free.
Experience historic New Mexico at its finest. Our hotel welcomes travelers with hospitality and quiet rooms at “The Crossroads” where the trails that became I-20 and I-10 intersect. Land of Conquistadors, Native Americans, and Wild West characters like Billy the Kid and Pancho Villa, the area offers opportunities for cultural exploration and outdoor sports. Golfers can choose from several courses – Las Cruces, Sonoma Ranch, and Picacho Hills greens. Hikers have access to a variety of trails. Our hotel is equidistant from downtown and historic Mesilla with its beautiful plaza and finely preserved adobe buildings. Fresh New Mexican cuisine is an attraction onto itself and “The Crossroads” is a hotbed for regional cuisine, best known for green chili varieties.
Hotel Services and Amenities
The flavor of the southwest continues in our fresh, clean rooms with turquoise-colored decor. New flat-panel TVs with HD and cable channels and free in-room Wi-Fi provide inside entertainment. Guest rooms also offer a coffee maker, hair dryer, iron and ironing board; some include a microwave and fridge. Families with kids who love swim time or dog owners may like one of the rooms that open onto a patio and the courtyard with outdoor pool. Enjoy a free Bright Side Breakfast in our airy dining room surrounded by sunny desert southwest colors and artwork. Food selection includes waffles, fresh fruit, hot and cold cereal, bagels and muffins, protein-packed boiled eggs, yogurt, and unlimited coffee and juice. A fitness center, guest laundry, and two meeting rooms are also available.
Local Area Attractions
Sunshine 350 days a year gives Las Cruces visitors the freedom to stroll around historic landmarks, tee-off frequently, hike at Dripping Springs Natural Area, or inspect missiles at the White Sands Missile Range and museum. The Farmers and Crafts Market on Main Street is a colorful Wednesday or Saturday morning diversion downtown, with local produce and artisan handiwork. Mesilla’s quaint shops on the plaza sell unique local crafts and the town’s San Albino Church built in 1906 is a fine example of traditional adobe construction. Kids can commune with animals at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum and stretch their imaginations at the Home of Billy the Kid. Local wineries offer tastings. While driving in the area, look for painted water tanks.