Meetings & Retreats
Business Meetings & Corporate Events
In an often homogenous world of corporate events, Los Poblanos stands out as a productive and inspirational venue for forward thinking businesses and organizations. Conveniently located near downtown Albuquerque, we offer the tranquility of a rural setting with the modern conveniences for today’s business needs. Types of events include strategic planning, team building, executive retreats, planning charettes, and seminars.
Retreats & Workshops
Los Poblanos is a destination for business and creative retreats and workshops. The serene, inspiring atmosphere invites focus and conversation. True to its original purpose as a platform for the arts and innovative thinking, we welcome organizations dedicated to art, music, and literature, non-profit organizations, architecture and design firms, and groups focused on education, well-being and sustainability.
Daily meeting room rentals start at $500. Please complete our Event Inquiry form here for more information.
Corporate Wellness Retreat Package
This retreat is the perfect opportunity for focused fireside meetings in the La Quinta Library balanced with relaxing, inspiring activities and a restful stay at the inn. A full organic breakfast is provided along with all day beverages and light snacks, a fresh seasonal lunch and three-course dinner. Enjoy a cooking demonstration, farm tour, and a private instructed yoga or aromatherapy class. $425 per person. Valid February & March, Wed-Sat for groups of twenty or less. Based on availability. Contact us for details and reservations.
Holiday Events Package
Cozy wood burning fireplaces, holiday décor & candlelit ambience are just the start of memorable holiday celebrations at Los Poblanos. From the spectacular architecture to the award-winning Rio Grande Valley cuisine prepared by acclaimed Chef Jonathan Perno, you and your guests will have memories
Click here to view our holiday events package.
“The success of our meetings were due in large part to the magical evening we shared at Los Poblanos and the marvelous food and wines consumed.”
- Dr. Robert Valdez