The 10 Best Spa Hotels in New Mexico!

A spa hotel is a perfect combination of relaxation, recuperation, and revitalization all in one spot. Pampering is high on the list of priorities at these properties, as is creating a restorative atmosphere that will wash your worries away. Here are the 10 best spa hotels in New Mexico. 

Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado, Santa Fe, NM

A great spa is all about the relaxing properties it provides for guests. This lovely resort sits on 57 acres in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. With 65 rooms, it’s an intimate experience that pampers patrons. Each room has a fireplace and private terrace. Spa amenities include massage, facials, full body treatments, nail care and body polish and scrubs.

El Monte Sagrado, Taos, NM

Translated, this resort’s name means “the holy mountain” and “sanctuary.” It is a place for spiritual and physical rejuvenation. Professional therapists attend to health and healing through herb-infused treatments that incorporate indigenous, organic plants, flowers and minerals. The 10 treatment rooms promote a healthy and holistic atmosphere that are sure to heal mind, body and spirit.

Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces, Las Cruces, NM

This property is part of the Heritage Hotel & Resort group that creates contemporary hotels grounded in history and tradition that showcase handcrafted historic details. This is an enchanting property. Lush outdoor gardens surround the year-round heated pool and deep-soaking hot tub for informal relaxation. The on-site spa has a long list of massage options for all men, women, and children that focus on special requirements from prenatal to allergy to the unique New Mexico lavender massage.

Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa, Santa Ana Pueblo, NM

Magical is the best way to describe this resort that’s situated on the 550 acres of southwest beauty of this Native American Pueblo. The pueblo style guest rooms have breathtaking views, the dining is exquisite and the Tamaya Mist spa is indulgent. Cleansing facials, exotic manicures and pedicures, body masks and a deep rest treatment all add to the magic.

Elephant Butte Inn & Spa, Elephant Butte, NM

The state’s largest lake is close-at-hand at this “enchanting retreat from the ordinary.” The comfortable room accommodations have sweeping views of the lake and surrounding desert. Step outside and hike the nature trails to the state park. Reward your efforts with a massage or some therapeutic foot reflexology at one of the two on-site spas. Follow that with a delicious meal at the restaurant known for its New Mexico specialties and American favorites.

Sierra Grande Lodge and Spa, Truth or Consequences, NM

Owned by media mogul Ted Turner who became so enchanted by this property he bought it, this luxurious resort offers holistic spa treatments, as well as unique outdoor expedition activities. There is a natural geothermal spring that supplies private indoor and outdoor tubs for soothing and restorative soaks. Stay in the Lodge or La Casitas, have a delectable meal and unwind at this exquisite resort.

Sandia Resort and Casino, Albuquerque, NM

At the base of the Sandia Mountains in the shadow of Sandia Peak is this stylish resort that is so much more than just a casino. Comfortable rooms with colorful southwestern decor are a welcome retreat from the day’s activities. Add a trip to the spa for a hot stone massage, back restore treatment, organic facial or an aromatherapy soak for a revitalization of the whole body. Then splurge with a tasty dinner at one of the many dining options and the visit is complete.

Hotel Santa Fe, The Hacienda & Spa, Santa Fe, NM

Hospitality is an honored tradition here, the only Native American-owned hotel in town. The entire ambience and atmosphere captures the art and architecture of the Picuris Pueblo people. Stay in either the main hotel of The Hacienda, for a more individualized visit. Massage therapies at the spa include Swedish, deep-tissue and cranial-sacral, transporting guests to a realm of relaxation.

Edelweiss Lodge and Spa, Taos Ski Valley, NM

This condominium resort evokes the charm of the namesake original lodge that was a prominent and popular feature of the area for more than 40 years. The accommodations are warm and cozy, with plenty of room for a couple or a family. After a vigorous day on the mountain, recuperate with a whole-body massage, a therapeutic facial or a body aligning yoga class. 

La Paloma Hot Springs & Spa, Truth or Consequences, NM

The hot springs aquifer under the town is the source of the therapeutic waters used by this resort, once called Miracle Pools. The white stucco building with turquoise doors has been refurbished and renovated throughout its more than 100-year history. The healing water flows through 13 gravel-bottom pools available to all guests. In between soaks, enjoy a massage, facial, pedicure or a healing reiki treatment.

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