by Amanda Norcross
The Sierra Grande Lodge & Spa is a full-service resort in New Mexico. The resort offers cozy guestrooms with Southwest-inspired decor, as well as an onsite restaurant serving contemporary American dishes with a Southwest flare. Guests can also partake in excursions with Ted Turner Expeditions; activities include bicycling, birding, and hiking.
The best part of a stay here, however, is the onsite spa, where guests can enjoy a 30-minute complimentary soak in the hot tub’s healing mineral waters. The spa offers several private pools and a full list of treatments and services.
Our Editor Loves
- Deluxe onsite spa
- Onsite restaurant
- Offsite excursions
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
My wife booked us for a 2 night getaway, here for 4 of July weekend. The stay included soaking in hot springs tub each day. Add spa experiences are available for additional cost. The location is great the spa is a historical looking place with great hotel staff and and spa staff. The food at the restaurant is great, I had the antelope chop for dinner and the hue is rancheros for breakfast with bison sausage. The antelope chop was my favorite it had wonderful flavor and tender and delicious. My wife had the burger and she said it was good also. The hot springs soak was very relaxing but 30 minutes was a bit long for us. We got out about 3 times to cool off but it was a great time. My hot rock massage was probably the best massage in years and I don’t get many massages but this was a great one. The reason I give 4 stars is the bed was firm and the restaurant service was slow, forgetful, and we had to ask for things multiple times. Our friends live in town and say that is at all restaurants in town. So now poor service at food places is the norm. We could walk to T or C brewery about 2 blocks away they have great craft beer, also offering a few wines and 1 cider. We would stay here again and not worry about slow B or C food service.
by Joseph S
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Sierra Grande Lodge in Truth or Consequences. The Resort is well maintained, friendly and welcoming. With our stay we were given a 30 min mineral soak in the evening and next morning. It was very relaxing after our long day. Service in the restaurant at the resort was very good and food was both pleasing to the eye and pallet. If you stay, please note there are ~20 stairs to climb to the upstairs room suites. Our room included a tub/shower combo, with the tub in the bedroom (a little odd). There were 1-2 steps to climb to get into the tub to use the shower. There is one sink in a small wash room. Storage was also a bit challenging - however the room did have a nice shared balcony off the bedroom where night skies are spectacularly unbelievable. Overall, we would highly recommend staying at Sierra Grande