New Mexico February 01, 2018
Each Room Of This Entrancing Hotel In New Mexico Is A Work Of Art
Planning an overnight stay in New Mexico this year? If you to travel through or visit Albuquerque, why not make sure your stay is a memorable one? We’re checking out one fascinating hotel in the city where each room seems like a work of art. Let’s take a look.
This is Nativo Lodge, a boutique hotel located in central Albuquerque just off Interstate 25 and within view of the beautiful Sandia Mountains.
From the exterior, you can tell this will be a hotel unlike any other you’ve stayed in. The bright colors and geometric designs not only entice fun-loving travelers but also art lovers. Why?
The most intriguing part of this hotel are the rooms. The hotel's artist rooms are a unique vision of contemporary art by Indigenous artists...
...crafted to look like a peaceful retreat with flower motifs...
This room is titled "Mountain Flower" by Andrea Vargas Mendoza.
...or a colorful reminder of life, resilience, and our connection to our surroundings.
This room is titled "Sunrise Blessings" by Lynette Haozous.
The walls of these rooms are covered in murals and hanging art of various styles that challenges the perception of Indigenous art, showing that it can possess modernist tones…
This room is titled "Hozho" by Rhett Lynch.
...or even ring true to more "traditional" artwork.
This room is titled "All Direction Protection" by Randy Barton.
The hotel began with commissioning a few rooms to be designed by Indigenous artists of various tribes and the number has slowly grown to 24!
This room is titled "Creation at Dawn" by Nani Chacon.
While you're staying, don't forget to wander around the hotel! The rest of it is quite lovely. You can enjoy a drink at the bar...
...or a dip in their indoor/outdoor pool. Doesn't that look relaxing?
Nativo Lodge is located at 6000 Pan American Freeway NE in Albuquerque. You can find more details about the hotel and book a room by visiting their website,
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