Meem Guest Rooms & Suites
The Meem Rooms & Suites are located in the historic and renovated hacienda designed by New Mexico’s most important architect, John Gaw Meem. A style attributed to him, the “Territorial Revival” rooms are include 1930s revival tin light fixtures, hand-carved beams, ironwork, hardwood floors, hand plastered walls and fireplaces, and period New Mexican artwork. Although no two rooms are alike, each room in the original hacienda enjoys beautiful views of a lush garden, an intimate courtyard or a sweeping view of the farm. (Please note: fireplaces are wood burning and are set daily during winter. If you are sensitive to the smell of smoke, please consider the Field Suites).
The two Greely Suites, original buildings from the 1930s, open into the historic gardens designed by landscape architect Rose Greely. True to classic John Gaw Meem architecture, these suites feature private patios, kiva fireplaces, hardwood floors, exposed viga beams, and hand-carved beds.