Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm

4803 Rio Grande Blvd., NW, Albuquerque, USA
45 Rooms
Contemporary Classic & Lively
Starting at:
taxes included per/nt

MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View

Organic shampoo, hand-milled honey soap, complimentary earplugs. Wait, what? Don’t worry, it’s not the pulsing beats of a nightclub below that might interrupt your sleep — it’s the peacocks. The fabulously decorative birds, infamous for their early morning call, are just some of the exotic creatures that wander the grounds of Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm.

The wildlife is part of the charm: Los Poblanos, located outside of Albuquerque, isn’t just a hotel. It’s a working ranch where lavender grows abundantly in the fields — and finds its way into everything from in-room bath products to the artisanal cocktail menu. To be fair, the lavender is a relatively new addition to the local harvest, planted well after the wheat, corn and chili peppers that have grown here for hundreds of years.

Los Poblanos is best known as the homestead of a 1930s-era power couple — a Congressman and Congresswoman — who spared no expense in its construction. The lady of the house tapped celebrated Santa Fe architect John Gaw Meem, landscape architect Rose Greeley, and a winning team of local artists and craftsmen to overhaul the ranch. Today, even after additional updates, Los Poblanos still exudes old-fashioned Southwestern-style elegance. Guest rooms and suites, divided between the original Meem buildings, a series of repurposed dairy buildings, are rich with period details: hand-carved beams, wood-burning fireplaces, ironwork, tin light fixtures, hardwood floors, hand-plastered walls, original artwork. Some have private patios, too.

Contemporary amenities include eco-friendly linens by Coyuchi, alarm clocks by Tivoli, and, of course, bath products made with the lavender grown on the premises. It comes as no surprise, given its function, that the whole place has an environmentally conscious bent: only green cleaning products are used at Los Poblanos, and the staff encourages you to leave your car where it is and hop on a complimentary cruiser bicycle instead.

There’s plenty to see and do at the 25-acre farm itself — a saltwater swimming pool, self-guided architecture tours, cooking classes, a fitness center, and the new Hacienda Spa, dedicated to a concept called the “Generous Life.” Last but not least, of course, is Campo, a farm-to-fork restaurant that’s quite popular with local foodies.

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Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm
4803 Rio Grande Blvd., NW, Albuquerque, USA

Amenities & Services

  • Free wi-fi
  • Free parking
  • Restaurant
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool (seasonal)
  • Spa
  • Spa treatments (on request)
  • Yoga
  • Gym
  • 100% non-smoking hotel
  • Adjoining rooms
  • Air conditioning
  • Babysitting (on request)
  • Garden
  • Multi-lingual staff
  • Wake-up service
  • Wood burning fireplace
  • Luggage storage
  • No pets allowed
  • Bikes available
  • Wine tours nearby
  • Shopping area nearby
  • EV Charging Station
  • Cribs (subject to availability)
  • Parking
  • Swimming pool

Need to Know

  • Children under 12 stay for free; over-12s are charged $25 a night. The hotel offers free pack ’n’ plays and many rooms have a sleeper sofa.
Check in: 4 pm
Check out: 11 am

Credit cards accepted

Sustainability Measures and Certifications

We ask every hotel in our selection how they are working to make a positive impact on the planet and in their community. This hotel has confirmed the following measures are in place.
Guest Rooms and Public Spaces
  • Uses energy-efficient lighting
  • Cleans with eco-friendly products
  • Stocks eco-friendly shampoo and soap
  • Gives guests the option to reuse linens and towels
  • No single-use plastic straws
  • Provides charging for electric vehicles
  • Farms organic or hydroponic produce on property
  • Sources produce from local farms
  • Creates seasonal menus from locally sourced produce
  • Offers vegan menu options
  • Sells or donates surplus food
  • Composts food waste
  • Reduces food waste
Community and Environment
  • Purchases from locally owned businesses
  • Hires locally with fair wages, benefits, and advancement
  • Actively supports the needs of the local community
  • Trains staff in sustainability best practices
  • Trains staff in local cultural heritage
  • Restores and protects natural ecosystems and wildlife