We stayed only one night at Cañon del Rio during our Spring Break trip to New Mexico. I wish it could have been more. After a day of walking and climbing at Bandelier National Park we arrived in Jemez Springs thinking we would hit one of the hot springs in the area for a soak. When we saw the hot tub right out back we asked ourselves - why drive? We stayed in the Navaho Room which was very comfortable. We actually had the whole place to ourselves that night and enjoyed a quiet evening sitting by the fireplace. As others have mentioned, breakfast was great! We were enjoying our morning conversation with Dagna so much I almost forgot we had things to do and places to go and we needed to hit the road. Highly recommended.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our Adobe Inn is set in one of the most picturesque areas of the Jemez Valley. We have six rooms with baths that open to a courtyard with a meditative fountain, hot tub and the most beautiful pool. We offer a wonderful gourmet breakfast as well as a day spa, fishing, art gallery and a six-acre garden. There are many wonderful hiking paths here in Jemez Springs with wonderful scenic views. We have added a day spa with spa treatments and massage, outdoor heated pool with romantic gardens. ... more less