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New Mexico Vacation Rentals

The following locations make up New Mexico, please click on a location for more information.

With its Southwestern cuisine, mesmerizing rugged landscape, captivating history and vibrant mosaic culture, a New Mexico vacation is an experience for all the senses. New Mexico lies between Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Arizona, Utah, and Mexico. New Mexico was first inhabited by Navajo and Pueblo peoples for many centuries and then by Spain and Mexico before becoming the 47th state in 1912. The New Mexico landscape ranges from vast, red hued deserts to tablelands or mesas to climbing forests surrounding snow-capped peaks. New Mexico’s history and location contribute to a unique culture with strong Hispanic and Native American influences. Once home to the legendary Georgia O’Keeffe, New Mexico has a thriving artistic community of sculptors, painters, weavers, jewelry makers and photographers.

Albuquerque and the Sandia Mountains

Have a memory of a lifetime on your next New Mexico vacation by visiting the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. For nine days in October, New Mexico’s skies are filled with 700 vividly colored hot air balloons, the largest event of its kind. Combine it with a stay at a luxury New Mexico resort and casino or have all of the comforts of home in lovingly restored New Mexico rental bungalow.

Just outside Albuquerque are the Sandia Mountain foothills. Hit the trails from the back door of your adobe style New Mexico vacation rental. In the evenings, enjoy a gorgeous sunset from the back porch of your New Mexico house rental and see the Sandia Mountains turn the watermelon red color that gave them their name. The Sandia Mountains are the most visited range in New Mexico for their great hiking and rock climbing, but also because the scenic byway is a popular path for motorcycle riders and the breathtaking views from Sandia Peak Tramway’s aerial cable cars. For the thrill of a lifetime, try hang gliding on your next New Mexico vacation getaway.

North Center: Santa Fe, Taos and Red River

Santa Fe is a great location for your New Mexico condominium rental. On your New Mexico vacation, stay in a New Mexico condominium just a few minutes’ walk from the historic Santa Fe Plaza, the commercial, social and political center of Santa Fe for centuries. For a uniquely New Mexico vacation, try a Santa Fe adobe home as your New Mexico house rental. Many of the adobe style New Mexico vacation house rentals have great amenities like modern kitchens and swimming pools, but still retain much of their century old charm with kiva fireplaces and open, inviting living areas.

Pamper yourself on your New Mexico vacation at a Hacienda style New Mexico resort. After a spa treatment at your New Mexico resort, curl up in front of your private fireplace in your suite that has been gorgeously decorated in Southwest furnishings. Some New Mexico resorts even offer a butler service to unpack and press your clothing. Your New Mexico resort will happily help with reservations to the top area restaurants and tickets to great New Mexico vacation attractions. For a special souvenir, take a cooking course so you can bring the warm, spicy and enticing Southwestern cuisine home from your New Mexico vacation.

Bring your skis to your winter New Mexico vacation rental. Hit the slopes in Northern New Mexico’s Taos Ski Valley and choose from a wide selection of luxurious New Mexico resorts and deluxe New Mexico condominiums.  Many offer great amenities like heated, underground parking and complimentary valet service to bring your equipment from the slopes to the door of your New Mexico vacation rental. Other great winter activities options at New Mexico vacation rental’s doorstep are guided snow mobile tours, half day guided back country snowshoeing treks and hot air balloon rides with the Sangre de Cristo Mountain on the horizon.     

In the summer, experience an adrenaline high on your New Mexico vacation by rock climbing in the Rio Grande Gorge or white water rafting the mighty Rio Grande River. Host a guys’ getaway at a log cabin style vacation house in New Mexico. Northern New Mexico’s crystal blue mountain streams are also the perfect place to try fly fishing for rainbow trout or kayaking on your New Mexico vacation. Fish out your back door of your cabin and enjoy private river access at your vacation house in New Mexico. Try a Red River vacation rental and have the best of both worlds. Many New Mexico condominiums in Red River overlook a mountain pond and are only minutes from the ski slopes.