Feedback

VRBO is part of the HomeAway family, the world leader in vacation rentals with over 1 million listings. We offer the largest selection of properties for any travel occasion and every budget. We’re committed to helping families and friends find a perfect vacation rental to create unforgettable travel experiences together. Learn More

This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Las Cruces reviews

  • Elsa

    "This house is beautiful! Beautiful views! Lovely gated community. However, this home needs some TLC. Various things broken thru out the home, such as fridge drawers, jacuzzi, and bathroom fascia in the 2 bedroom area. Small things but notable. The barbecue wasn't used as it was not gas and very small and inconvenient. Unfortunately, I had to clean the bathroom toilets as they were dirty and several kitchen cupboards were dirty. More care to detail would have taken care of these issues. Outdoor furniture is not in good repair. The owner was attentive to my concerns"
    Guest: Ella Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 18, 2014
    View listing
  • Escape from winter in Wyoming

    "We are a recently retired couple wanting to get away from the snowy weather in Wyoming. This house was perfect for us and our 13 year old black lab, who we didn’t want to leave behind for a month. We stayed for the month of February 2014 and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. We hiked the trails at Aguirre Springs, Dripping Springs and Soledad Canyon in the Organ Mountains and enjoyed them all. All were within about a 30 minute drive from the house. We climbed nearby Picacho Peak and loved the views of the whole valley and city of Las Cruces from the top. On all of these hikes we recommend you bring bottled water. Note to dog owners, dogs may pick up burrs in their paws from dried plants in this area and are not permitted on some trails. We attended a wonderful, free New Horizons orchestra concert at the New Mexico State University campus and went to the huge Farmers Market downtown one Saturday. We also took day trips to Silver City, Emory Pass and the White Sands. There are many more sights to see, but some of them might require overnight stays. The house is quiet and restful. The sun room is well suited to sewing if you bring along a sewing machine. The house has an ironing board and iron. We dined at some great restaurants in the Old Mesilla, but also cooked a lot and used the grill several times. The kitchen has everything you need. We often used the pellet stove in the mornings and evenings and enjoyed the coziness it provided while reading, although the furnace provides ample warmth for the occasional winter chill. TV is limited to a few channels off air (no cable) or you might visit a video rental store (yes, we saw one). The drive into town past orchards and fields is lovely. The fruit trees were starting to bloom when we left at the beginning of March. It is a very relaxing, comfortable home and suitable for families. If you need big spa-like bathrooms and marble counter tops in the kitchen this home is not for you. We would definitely come back again."
    Guest: Louise and Steve V. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 20, 2014
    View listing
  • New Mexico VRBO

    "This is an awesome property for a family to stay. I didn't rate it as a 5 because it is about 10 to 15 minute drive to the nearest store. Access to the property was very easy and it has everything you need for your stay. However. the pots and pans are not good. It does not have curtains or cover over the small bathroom exterior window. It could also use some bathroom rugs and a slip proof mat for the tub."
    Guest: Tyronne M. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 13, 2014
    View listing
  • Cana

    "The stay was pleasant On my arrival I wanted take a bath and found the bathtub had not been cleaned after I removed the plastic mat in the tub. It had hair and soap residue under the mat. I checked the toilets and they needed a cleaning as well. However, everything else was great! I appreciated the bed linens and feather pillows, the pool , and convenience of location. The master bedroom was a bit noisey as the main roadway runs right in front of building. Seems a tad expensive"
    Guest: Ella Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 20, 2014
    View listing

Las Cruces Travel Tips

Things to Do near Las Cruces Vacation Rentals

Las Cruces has a rich cultural and historical heritage. The many museums, monuments and memorials will provide the visitor who has a keen interest in history with many hours of interesting browsing. There are a number of historic ghost towns within a short driving distance from Las Cruces. These provide great photo opportunities to the creative photographer. It’s interesting to imagine the early pioneer lifestyle as you walk down the deserted main streets. Mesilla is a historic town near La Cruces that for many years was the main trading center between the Midwest and the west coast. Today, the town has a quaint ambiance as well as a collection of boutique stores and restaurants that border the central plaza. It’s a great place to spend a relaxing afternoon.

The Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park is a relatively new conservation area. The park has a strong focus on conservation and education and is a great place to take the family for a day outing. Hiking trails can also be enjoyed in the nearby Organ Mountain to the east of La Cruces. Miles of mountain biking trails cross the range and information of the routes can be obtained at the local information center. Take a horseback excursion through the nearby hills and enjoy a day out in the saddle. Bird watching is also a popular pastime in Las Cruces. The Rio Grande River, the nearby Chihuahuan Desert and the Organ Mountains provide a diverse range of habitats for the local bird life. The Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park is fortunate to have 52 acres on the Rio Grande floodplain as part of the conservancy which is being restored to a pristine haven for a wide variety of water birds.

There are a number of top quality golf courses in the Las Cruces area. The 18-hole Las Cruces Country Club is a well groomed golf course located in the heart of the city. The New Mexico State University Golf course is said to be one of the most scenic 18-hole courses you can play in the area. The Sonoma Ranch Golf Course is a newly built course that has long fairways over rolling hills. It’s an immaculately kept course that will challenge your average golfer. The Picacho Hills Country Club is a private par-72 golf course. Round can be arranged through reciprocal agreements with other private clubs countrywide.

Year-Round Sunshine at Las Cruces Vacation Houses

Las Cruces, New Mexico boasts of 360 days of sunshine. Now that’s a climate that’s hard to beat. With year-round clear blue skies, it’s no wonder that it’s a popular vacation destination. There is no off-season in Las Cruces, although the summer months can get very hot. Many people like to escape the cold winter months and enjoy a mid-winter break in Las Cruces. The warm sunny climate is one of the main reasons that Las Cruces is a popular retirement city.

Visitors to Las Cruces

Las Cruces is a relatively laid-back destination. A wonderful blend of old-world charm, warm Mexican hospitality and beautiful surroundings provide a perfect backdrop for a relaxing vacation. Visitors of all ages who enjoy the outdoors or have an interest in wildlife will enjoy exploring the area. History buffs can spend days exploring all the cultural places of interest. Photographers can fill their days with capturing dramatic landscapes, ancient ruins and magnificent wildlife shots.

Staying in Las Cruces Lodging

A rental home in Las Cruces provides the perfect base from which to enjoy some independent exploration of the area. Quaint log cabins and beautiful farm houses provide a taste of country living that simply can’t be beaten.

Sponsored Advertisement