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618 South Alameda, Las Cruces, NM 88005, United States of America – Show map
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Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 17 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 15 per person per night when using existing beds.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, this Las Cruces, New Mexico hotel is within a 10-minute drive of the Home of Billy the Kid and New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum.
Score from 63 reviews Good
Free Wi-Fi is featured at this Las Cruces hotel, just 1.5 miles from Old Mesilla Town Square. A daily continental breakfast featuring fresh waffles, fruit, coffee and juice is provided.
Score from 64 reviews Excellent
Located just off I-25, 13 miles from Las Cruces International Airport, this hotel features an outdoor swimming pool and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
Score from 126 reviews Very good
Located off Interstate 25 and Interstate 10, the Sleep Inn University hotel is walking distance to New Mexico State University.
Score from 20 reviews Very good
We loved the wonderful old building and the eclectic decor. We didn't know it was a bead and breakfast. Breakfast was delicious and bountiful, though be warned; if you need to leave early you will miss it. It is worth delaying your start.
The hosts are warm and gracious; discussion around the breakfast table was spirited and pleasant. Linda, our hostess, suggested things to see and do during our short stay, and recommended an excellent spot for dinner in Old Mesilla. I want to return!
My pillow could have been softer.
The owners were delightful, joining us for breakfast.
enjoyed the room
The owners were delightful, and made us feel very welcome. Breakfast was a very pleasant chat amongst friends
Warm, personable inn-owner/keepers. Their genuine warmth and desire to make you comfortable overcame all trite imperfections (a bit hard to find, no one at front desk - but came out after I called them on the phone, some dusty shelves). The inn had personality and its furnishing and ambience were very southwest. Built part by part with the hands and creativity of the architect-owner (and his kids). It was quiet and we slept very soundly! Breakfast was lively. Being there was like staying in a quaint provincial family home, and being taken care of by a fussy aunt and quirky uncle who want nothing but the best they can offer in their own very personal way. We'd go back for sure and stay a bit longer.
Me, none. My hubby? Didn't feel comfortable having to share a table with so many noisy people chatting. Luckily, no one was a windbag or a right-winger (and oh, boy, you find that a lot in travel), or my hubby would've taken his breakfast to our room, ha ha. Oh, well. Bed and breakfast inns are not for the reserved, or introverted, or intolerant.
If you like historical buildings and are looking out of the ordinary experience, this is the place for you. A turn of the century building with wonderful art and antique furniture. You might give up a little comfort but it more than made up by the wonderful owners, Breakfast was great for the food and the company.
It's a comfortable retreat away from home. We were in a large room that had plenty of space for all of us. Our delicious breakfast was served by our friendly, attentive hosts.
Loved the owners of the Lundeen of the Arts!! Very hospitable and made us feel very welcome.We wish we had time to spend another night or spend more time with them. Great price for overall experience!! The food was very good. We would recommend to other travelers.
- Nice setting - Bed-and-breakfast atmosphere - Nice hosts, good conversation
- Breakfast was 2 pancakes + coffee. Upon request they made me an omelette, but 2 pancakes by default for the rate I paid is insufficient. - Had to wait a solid 5 minutes for hot water to come into the shower
Such a unique place, the owners were lovely. It was so nice having breakfast with the other guests all together. I would stay here again in a heartbeat
Nothing it was perfection!
Hard to find
Everyone was very friendly, the breakfast was tasty and the back courtyard was a very relaxing place to sit and listen to the birds and trains going by.
The bidet in the bathroom was a little weird and difficult to keep my baby out of.
Access to downtown was easy. Very interesting and friendly hosts.
The signing off the road was poor.
The decor was great, the owner very friendly and accomadating.
The lack of a central cooling system wasn't a nice thing. But the fans and open window worked ok. They were working on the cooling system at the time I was staying there
The hospitality and the owners were friendly and welcoming.
We have stayed at Lundeen Inn many times in the past 10 years. It is our preferred lodging in Las Cruces due to owners, amenities and location.
Jerry Lundeen compliments the relaxing artistic surroundings. The environment is authentically New Mexican. We will be back.
Staying at the Lundeen in of the Arts was a wonderful experience! We felt very welcome and comfortable and loved the house and all the art work. I would recommend staying here to anyone who enjoys a more unique lodging experience.
Difficult to find the place, no street level signs. Our small ground level room was very worn-out, like the rest of the Inn. Had to cancel our second night stay. More a museum that needs renovation then a recommendable B&B. P.S. for booking the room was advertised as "last one left" ... but we where the only guest at this time!
Hotel comfort, artwork, staff and amenities including first class breakfast.