The Farmington Area
When you visit Farmington for a day full of traveling, sightseeing or work, you’ll find a great night’s rest at our conveniently located hotel. La Quinta Inn Farmington welcomes you to your home away from home, where you’ll sleep well in one of our spacious rooms with a plethora of modern amenities. You’ll appreciate stepping into a fresh, clean room every night with free Wi-Fi, a Samsung flat-panel TV with 30 channels of HD programming, coffeemaker, and much more. In addition, wake up every morning to a free Bright Side Breakfast® with waffles, hot and cold cereal, bread and muffins, fresh fruit, and all-you-can drink coffee and juice.
Three rivers frame historic Farmington in New Mexico, the largest town in the Four Corners area. Right outside the front door of our hotel you can find a scenic path that runs along the Animas River. The local area boasts an endless amount of breathtaking scenery with thousand-year-old Puebloan settlement ruins, distinctive rock formations, high desert plateaus and mesas. The city has become a popular cultural and outdoor destination. When you set out to explore the area, be sure to visit the Aztec Ruins National Monument, Narrow Gauge Railroad, and Navajo Lake National Park. Our hotel is an ideal resting point for adventurers and business travelers alike. If you want to hit the greens, we are a just a short drive from the championship course at Pinon Hills.
Hotel Services and Amenities
All of our rooms are extremely spacious and come with free Wi-Fi. After a busy day of travel or work, kick back and relax in front of a new flat-panel TV or under an umbrella by our heated outdoor swimming pool. Our hotel offers comfortable beds with white linens to ensure a great night’s rest. Every morning we offer a free Bright Side Breakfast with hot and cold options including waffles, fresh fruit, hot and cold cereal, bagels and muffins, boiled eggs, and unlimited coffee and juice. Guests also have complimentary access to the Royal Spa gym facilities just one mile away. In addition, your pets stay for free.
The high desert and the local inhabitants have bestowed many natural and manmade treasures on the Farmington area. Guests can view historic Puebloan homes and villages at the Aztec Ruins National Monument and the Chaco Culture National Historic Park. The Aztec Museum and Pioneer Village house ancient dwelling ruins and a recovered 19th century school, general store, and more. The Farmington museum on Main Street shows oil and gas industry exhibits and features an old-fashioned trading post replica. Western history buffs will enjoy the early 1900s architecture along the downtown strip, where Native American arts and crafts collectors can browse a number of modern trading posts and galleries. For outdoor excitement, you can visit the number four municipal golf course in the U.S. at Pinon Hills, or hike the free trails at Angel Peak.