The Lundeen Inn of the Arts

618 S Alameda Blvd Las CrucesNM88005

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Built over 100 years ago, this bed and breakfast inn combines accommodation and art. The inn is situated near the downtown mall, and an art gallery is located on-site. Weekly and corporate rates are available. The inn features a lecture room useful for business meetings.
by worldweb on June 10, 2014 from worldweb

Editorial Reviews

This inn is a late-1890s adobe home, with whitewashed walls, narrow alleys, and arched doorways. It's a composite of rooms stretching across 10,000 square feet of floor space. There's a wide range of rooms, each named for an artist. My favorites are in the main part of the house, set around a two-story garden room, with elegant antiques and arched windows. Most rooms are medium-size with...
by frommers on February 27, 2013 from frommers
This art-filled B&B has been the favored lodging in town for years. Architect Gerald Lundeen seamlessly joined two 1895 adobe houses to create the property; Linda, his wife, runs the impressionist gallery on the premises. Guest rooms pay homage to Western artists like Georgia O'Keeffe and Frederic Remington, and are furnished with a mix of antiques and newer handcrafted pieces. The beautiful...
by fodors on August 07, 2012 from fodors
This shop sells the most elaborate and luscious pastries in Asheville. What you're likely to see behind display cases evokes Habsburgundian Vienna at its most lavish and most intensely high caloric. At least some of the inspiration for the pastries here (offered both at tiny tables and as takeout) comes from the Hungarian-born owner, Melinda Vetro. Pastries go for between 45¢ and $4 a slice....
by frommers on October 12, 2011 from frommers

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A restored Mexican territorial inn with western hospitality, Lundeen's Inn of the Arts features Jacobean-styled furniture, an 18-foot pressed tin ceiling, and an 1855 German piano. Each of the 20 guest rooms is named after a famous New Mexican or Native American artist and decorated to reflect the artist's style. Breakfast and afternoon refreshments are served.
by yahoolocal on October 03, 2011 from yahoolocal