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Las Cruces Hotels

Whether hiking or horseback riding through the desert landscape, or simply strolling through historic Mesilla, Las Cruces is the ideal desert destination.

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Fairfield Inn Las Cruces

Fairfield Inn Las Cruces

Guest rating 4.4   183 Reviews
SpringHill Suites Las Cruces

SpringHill Suites Las Cruces

Guest rating 4.5   241 Reviews
TownePlace Suites Las Cruces

TownePlace Suites Las Cruces

Guest rating 4.5   197 Reviews
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Las Cruces

Use the 350 average annual days of sunshine to your advantage during your stay at one of our hotels in Las Cruces.

For some area high culture, take in the exhibits at the Las Cruces Museum of Art, or stop and see the original Gadsden Purchase painting at the Gadsden Museum. At the Museum of Natural History, you can learn about the surrounding Chihuahuan Desert region. Or, visit the Basilica of San Albino. Built over a century ago, the church boasts unique internal and external designs.

A quick 2 miles from our Las Cruces hotel accommodations, tee off at the famous Sonoma Ranch Golf Course, or explore abandoned homesteads on horseback at the Corralitos Ranch. You can bike Dona Ana Mountain trails, spot wildlife in Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park, or go hiking at Picacho Peak State Park. And not far from Las Cruces, hotel guests can visit White Sands National Monument.

If you get hungry, experience the local cuisine at 100 West Café, master chili pepper identification at the Chile Pepper Institute, both at New Mexico State University, or sit down to an authentic meal at La Posta De Mesilla. Local family-owned Armaro Winery is perfect for visitors looking for the perfect wine-tasting location. Afterwards, enjoy the lavender fields at Frolicking Deer. And there are tons of shops in Historic Old Mesilla Plaza and Mesilla Valley Mall for you to peruse. For something authentic, check out the Las Cruces Farmers Market to pick up something unique like jewelry or local produce.

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