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Recent Angel Fire reviews
WOw... Just stunning.
"My friends and I travel quite a bit, and after having said that you can imagine that we as a group have rented many places. Now, out of all of the places we rented, this has to be among the best. It was roomy, it looked great, the house was well kept and beautifully decorated in keeping with the mountain scheme, there was more than plenty of room, it was secluded just enough that you had privacy, yet not so much that you felt you were in the beginnings of a horror movie, and the stars, wow you could see the nighttime sky perfectly just by stepping off the front porch. Now, on the subject of angel fire and other such resorts near there. what can i say, its less then a ten minute drive to get to the base of the angel fire mountain, and on top of that you don't even have to go to angel fire, you can go right by the turn off and you will be led to all of the other resorts simply by just following the road (albeit there is a turn of here and there, and it takes longer than ten minutes to reach them.) that leads past the resorts. I was most certainly pleased with our stay and i would love to visit again."
Guest: mattDate of Stay: January 2015Review Submitted: January 20, 2015
"This was a beautiful lodge and a great place to stay. Great location and everything you need to have a pleasant, peaceful , and relaxing stay . I hope to return next year and once again enjoy New Mexico."
Guest: ChrisDate of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 26, 2015
"We used Angel Fire Haus for our Girl Scout troop "Big Trip." The girls have been saving their cookie earnings for several years. The house was a perfect home base for 11 teenage girls and 3 adults. We had one minor issue with the downstairs toilet but the owner addressed it the same day. There were plenty of large pots in the kitchen to cook for a large group. We especially enjoyed seeing the hot air balloons (Balloons Over Angel Fire festival) from the back deck at the end of the week. After busy adventures during the day the girls enjoyed watching movies on the flat screen to relax in the evenings. The owner has been wonderful to work with and we couldn't have asked for a better week! Highly recommend and would definitely stay again."
Guest: Beth & GS Troop 4805Date of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: June 25, 2015
"Perfect location for a great spring break! We arrived at the condo to find everything in order. It was clean, well appointed & comfortable for our family of six. I had a question about internet access & was able to contact the owner, very quickly. She referred me to a 3-ring binder that was left for guests. The binder is full of information about the condo, check-in & check-out, Angel Fire resort info, local restaurants, etc. We cooked most of our own meals & had plenty of cookware, utensils, plates, cups, etc. The local grocery is a 2-minute drive, as are plenty of local restaurants & shops.
We were pleased to be so close to the slopes (only 2 blocks away), but we opted to take a shuttle to & from the resort. The shuttle cost is $1/day per rider and it runs every 30 minutes or so. Ask your driver about a 12-ride punch card for $10. Friendly drivers, pick-up right in front of the condo & drop-off at the resort. Take the shuttle & keep it easy.
We enjoyed our stay & will definitely be staying again. The owner is easy to work with and very responsive. I can't say enough good things about our stay. We are looking forward to coming back!"
Guest: Robert T.Date of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: March 18, 2015