We had a group of 30 and found the Inn to be a lovely place to gather. The owners were very accommodating. We had cook-outs for several meals and were able to set up tables in the beautiful garden area and use the grill. Breakfast was very casual, but more than adequate. It was more a continental style where we ate whenever we were ready. There was a waffle maker and mix available, plus a lovely assortment of breads, fruits and cereals. The garden was an awesome spot to sit in the early morning and watch hot air balloons. Anything we asked for we were provided. It is a family run operation, a little large for a B & B, a little small for a hotel. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and the welcome feeling of the place. We will definitely meet up with family here again. For other reviewers who said it wasn't clean, I would say more it wasn't a sterile environment. It felt very homey and I think that's why we were all so comfortable.
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- We invite you to our little oasis in the midst of the desert, one of the most beautiful places to stay in New Mexico, The Inn at Paradise. We are located on the Desert Greens Golf Course, which looks out upon the stunning Sandia Mountains. With these views and the tranquil atmosphere, you will truly feel as if you are in paradise. We encourage you to experience living the New Mexican way: with an enchanting blend of people, food, art, history, wildlife and culture, all within the sunrise and sunset of the great Southwest. ... more less
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