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Romantic Getaway in Enchanting New Mexico

October 15th, 2014 by Emily

New Mexico romantic getawayNew Mexico is often at the top of many couples’ lists when it comes to choosing a destination for a romantic getaway, and we’re not surprised, because New Mexico is ranked as one of the most romantic destinations in the world.  New Mexico, the land of enchantment, is the place where the pressures of life vanish into the wind, and where true love is rediscovered along the way.  You’ll also find sacred springs and world-renowned spas, rich with traditional and Native-inspired services that will help you to feel restored and rejuvenated. Surrounded by beauty, and filled with opportunities for discovery, New Mexico is the perfect place to escape for your next romantic getaway.  Book your room at our Bed and Breakfast today, and get ready to let the grace and elegance of historical New Mexico inspire your romantic getaway.

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Drive down historic Route 66 This Fall

October 1st, 2014 by Emily

Historic Route 66 New MexicoThere are no roads more legendary that historic Route 66.  Just the mention of Route 66 conjers of a sense of history and romance, of simpler times when there was no greater joy than seeing the open expanse of road before you on this legendary road between Chicago and Los Angeles.  Albuquerque, which is now the largest city in New Mexico, owes its rapid growth and expansion to the economic boom brought to the area along The Mother Road.  Today, visitors to Albuquerque can take a step back in time to this glorious period of history, and can see the architecture of the time periods that Route 66 represents.  If you love road trips, then we can’t think of a better place for you to visit this fall.  Stay at our historic Bed and Breakfast Inn, just off Route 66, and fall in love with enchanting New Mexico.

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Top Honors for an Intimate Wedding Venue in New Mexico

September 16th, 2014 by Emily

Elopement Intimate wedding venueIf you haven’t already heard the news, I Love Inns has listed Hacienda Vargas Bed and Breakfast in New Mexico as one of the top 12 Inns in the country for intimate wedding venues, thanks in large part to our affordable and inclusive elopement package.  As large, traditional weddings become increasingly expensive and out of reach for many couples across the country, the number of elopements and smaller, intimate weddings are on the rise. Perhaps you’re looking for a beautiful destination wedding with a few small friends and family?  We have the perfect intimate wedding venue for you.  Hacienda Vargas is a beautiful, historic, and popular Inn located in Algonodes, New Mexico.  Contact us today, and let’s start planning your intimate wedding or elopement today!

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High Road to Taos Art Tour

August 25th, 2014 by Emily

High Road to Taos Art TourNew Mexico is consitently ranked as a top arts destination in the US.  Whether you’re seeking exposure to traditional or contemporary art and culture, the thriving art scene in New Mexico is the place to be. The city of Albuquerque has a public art program, that has been in commission since 1978, and generously sets aside 1% of city construction funds to purchase or commission works of art.  Santa Fe is a virtual art mecca, home to incredible and wold-renowned art markets, and where the historically rich culture of the city lends itself to a variety of Native American art, international folk art and contemporary pieces from a diverse array of artists.  And of course there’s Taos, home to the Taos Art Colony and the Taos Society of Artists.  Stay at our historic Bed and Breakfast this fall, and fall in love with New Mexico’s artistic flair.

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Discover Why Albuquerque is Listed as a Top Travel Destination

August 12th, 2014 by Emily

Albuquerque New MexicoThere is a reason New Mexico is called the land of enchantment.  It’s a state like no other, where you’ll find unmatchable scenic beauty, a rich sense of history, and it’s full of unique things to see and do.  In New Mexico, you’ll find an extensive variety of outdoor adventures, centuries of history to explore, an overwhelming variety of art to admire, and delicious regional cuisine to satisfy your appetite, all set in a beautifully enchanting landscape.  Albuquerque, located just 20 minutes from our historic Bed and Breakfast near Algodones, is a wonderful and exciting city to visit, and one of th many places that make New Mexico so great.  Hacienda Vargas Bed and Breakfast in New Mexico is a wonderful place to go when you want to get away.  When the hustle and bustle of modern day life seems to take over, and you just need a place to unwind, to getaway, and to relieve the stress, come visit us, where the grace and elegance of historical New Mexico will leave you feeling relaxed, refreshed, and ready to face the world again.

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Shop for Treasures at the Santa Fe Indian Market

July 31st, 2014 by Emily

Santa Fe Indian MarketMany of our guests choose to stay at the Hacienda Vargas Bed and Breakfast for the quiet simplicity found here.  Once the sight of a stagecoach stop and an old train depot, Hacienda Vargas has been a travel destination for guests to the area since the 17th century, and we continue to offer our guests the historic grace and elegance you’d expect from a New Mexico Bed and Breakfast.  We pride ourselves in offering our guests a retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern-day life, but also embrace the cultural excitement of nearby Santa Fe and Albuquerque.  Santa Fe, once a legendary trading center in the southwest, is still a portal to Native American artwork and unique, handmade goods that can’t be found elsewhere. There are plenty of individual boutiques to shop when in Santa Fe, but an even better opportunity to find your unique treasures is to visit one of the most popular art markets in Santa Fe, the Santa Fe Indian Market.  Book your room at our charming Bed and Breakfast this August, and you can couple an enchanting glimpse into New Mexico’s past, with an exciting day spent browsing the streets of Santa Fe.

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Book your Room for the Annual Burning of Zozobra!

July 18th, 2014 by Emily

Burning of Zozobra Santa Fe FiestaHacienda Vargas is a wonderful, historic bed and breakfast nestled along El Camino Real, the historic road that linked Mexico City to Santa Fe.  Visitors to our New Mexico bed and breakfast relish in the quiet sanctuary found here, where they can connect with the spirit of the Old West, and retreat from their fast-paced modern lives.  While we pride ourselves on the historic ambience our Inn is famous for, we are also conventiently located nearly equidistant from two of new Mexico’s great metropolis'; Santa Fe and Albuquerque.  The thriving and exciting culture of Santa Fe is just 35 minutes away, which makes it easy to enjoy the excitement of the city before retreating back to the peace and quiet of your room.  For a truly authentic taste of Santa Fe this summer, don’t miss the annual Burning of Zozobra, and the subsequent Santa Fe Fiesta over Labor Day Weekend.  Rooms are quickly filling up in Santa Fe and surrounding areas for this decades-old tradition, so book your room today, and celebrate at one of the most popular of these summer festivals in Santa Fe.

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Experience New Mexico at Pueblo Feast Days This Summer

June 29th, 2014 by Emily

New Mexico Pueblo Feast DaysIf there is one thing to know and understand about New Mexico, it is the value and appreciation shown to the variety of historical and cultural identities that have shaped this beautiful state.  Many of the events that make New Mexico such a fun place to visit and live in have their beginnings in cultural celebration.  Of the most popular of these celebrations are the popular Indian and Spanish Markets in Santa Fe, regional Native American Pueblo Feast Days, and the variety of other fiestas happening around the state.  Summer is a popular time to visit both Santa Fe and Albuquerque, for the variety of tourist-friendly celebrations happening in and around these cities.  If you travel to New Mexico in search of an authentic cultural experience, then we invite you to join regional Native American Pueblo Feast Days with Pueblos across New Mexico.  Rooms are booking up quickly th is summer, so don’t waste time in making your reservations at our historic New Mexico Bed and Breakfast, located midway between the cities of Santa Fe and Albuquerque.

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Start Planning Now for the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta!

June 25th, 2014 by Emily

Albuquerque International Balloon FiestaLocated just 30 minutes from downtown Albuquerque, Hacienda Vargas is a quiet, charming and historic Inn, nestled along the historic roads of El Camino Real and Route 66.  Our unique bed and breakfast serves as a quiet retreat, away from the hustle and bustle of most modern cities; yet it still remains within easy reach of the popular festivals that happen each year in Albuquerque. Albquerque is known for its mild temperatures, calm winds, and beautiful, clear skies nearly year-round, making this historic city a fantastic ballooning destination anytime of the year.  It is considered to be the hot air ballooning capital of the world.  But there is, perhaps, no better time to see the magical sight when hundreds of hot air balloons descend upon the skies of Albuquerque during the month of October.  Rooms are booking up quickly for the Albuqueque International Balloon Fiesta.  Make your reservation now at our New Mexico Bed and Breakfast so you don’t miss this exquisite event.

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New Mexico Wine Shines at the Albuquerque wine Festival

May 21st, 2014 by Emily

New Mexico wineNew Mexico has a long history of wine production, dating back to the 17th century when the first wine grapes were planted in the Rio Grande Valley.  In fact, New Mexico is the oldest wine growing region in the United States, which should come as no surprise given the regions legendary place in history.  Annual wine festivals in Albuquerque and other nearby regions of New Mexico offer New Mexico wines a chance to shine, and provides guests an easy way to sample the many enticing varieties.  Book your stay at our New Mexico Bed and Breakfast now, and fall in love with New Mexico wines at local wine festivals.

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