The Spanish-style bed and breakfast is famous for lavender, the focus of lectures, festivals, cooking classes, and a line of spa products distilled on-site. Rooms feature beehive-shaped kiva fireplaces, wood floors, and traditional New Mexican art.
From $145. (505) 344-9297, lospoblanos.com. Photo courtesy of Mike Crane Photography/Los Poblanos. This story appeared in the January/February 2012 issue.
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