Meem Rooms & Suites
The Meem Rooms & Suites are located behind 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 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 historic room has something special and unique to offer. (Please note: fireplaces are wood-burning and are set seasonally from October 1 until April 1. If you are sensitive to the smell of smoke, please consider the Field Suites.)
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Reflecting the elegant beauty of the Territorial Revival style and John Gaw Meem’s original designs, these rooms feature beautiful views of the gardens and grounds. Each room’s cozy furnishings were selected to compliment the historic charm. Rooms are in the garden courtyard affording easy access to the public spaces of the Inn and property.
These spacious rooms with a king bed and sitting room with sofa sleeper are perfect for guests looking to enjoy the historic area of the Inn. Enter the room on a covered portal from the garden lawns and immediately take in the beautiful views. Bathrooms are spacious and feature a large soaking tub and walk-in shower.
The Girard Guesthouse, our classic Meem Suite, offers a wholly unique aesthetic from any other room at Los Poblanos. Inspired by Alexander Girard, the late great designer whose folk art collection can be viewed in Santa Fe, colorful décor abounds. Vibrant textiles, hand painted wooden floors, original art and distinctly historic built ins come together seamlessly in this charming, light-filled space. From the cheerful light pink walls of the patio to the whimsy in each design detail, this unique and unconventional room is tucked in a quiet area of the property and ideal for all design lovers.
Housed in an original 1930s building, the Greely 1 Deluxe Suite overlooks the historic Greely Garden, designed by landscape architect Rose Greely. The summer gardens teem with colorful roses and dahlias, while the winter gardens offer a transcendent and reflective space. Light streams through the ample windows in every room, and a private patio can be accessed from both the bedroom and sitting room. Historic design details abound, from the kitchen’s whimsical backsplash to the bathroom’s cheerful floor tile. True to classic John Gaw Meem architecture, this space features a massive kiva fireplace, hardwood floors, exposed viga beams and vintage 1930s tinwork. Nestled behind the Hacienda Spa, this is an ideal room for guests seeking privacy and serenity.
Pass through a sun-dappled patio overlooking the historic Greely Garden to enter into the Greely 2 Deluxe Patio. Designed by landscape architect Rose Greely, the summer gardens teem with colorful roses and dahlias, while the winter gardens offer a transcendent and reflective space. The room is definitively cozy, with a massive kiva fireplace in the sitting room and a quaint combination wet bar/closet. Step down into the bedroom, which is a distinctly historic space with exposed viga beams and lower ceilings that allow the fireplace to heat more efficiently. The bed nestles into a recessed wall, furthering the intimate and cozy feeling of this space. The bedroom opens to a serene, thoughtfully landscaped private patio. Located behind the Hacienda Spa, this secluded room is perfect for anyone seeking a cozy, private stay.