Many hotels have the pretend breakfast of coffee and mini bagels. A few hotels have the slight upgrade which includes little yogurt cups and fresh fruit. The top of the breakfast heap are the hotels with a full, hot breakfast like Clubhouse Inn. What makes the Clubhouse different is the inclusion of Green Chile Stew in the offering. For those not familiar with the New Mexico dining scene: everything is better with the state vegetable chile. For the less adventuresome the offerings included scrambled eggs, a meat (sausage one day, ham another), hash browns, wonderful home-made biscuits with gravy if you must, fresh fruit, make-your-own waffles, fresh fruit, yogurt cups, cereal, juices, coffee, hard boiled eggs, toast, sweet rolls, and probably more.
They also have the manager's reception in the evening with plenty of alcohol choices and what appeared to be a good pool.
The rooms were big, comfy, and clean.
The internet was free but didn't stay up well on wireless and was slow when it did. Two Windows 8 PCs in the lobby were reliable but the net speed was probably only 1 MB.More