Hampton Inn & Suites Carlsbad

120 Esperanza Circle, Carlsbad, New Mexico, 88220, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 120 Esperanza Circle, Carlsbad, is near Carlsbad Village, Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park, Pecos River, and Carlsbad Museum and Art Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Carlsbad

    Finally a change in scenery

    A travel blog entry by prawn0 on Apr 15, 2014

    ... getting shorter and spread further apart. The desert landscape was also become more evident with sand being more common. Besides those changes we also began seeing oil drills here and there. We arrived in Carlsbad and immediately went to Walmart to do some food shopping and then went to camp to set up. This campsites didn't have much greenery around but luckily there was just enough grass or dead grass to lay our tents over. I got onto much laundry as it was getting ...

    Going up and up, then down, and down and.......

    A travel blog entry by edellis903 on Feb 06, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... in Carlsbad, NM. AVOID Carlsbad the town. It is in the midst of an energy boom. Everything in town is crowded, big Bubba pickups wall to wall, and expensive. Hotels full of oil types. Move on somewhere else. Anywhere else. Ate at Trinity Hotel. Rated #1 by TravelAdvisor. OK food, but the place was packed, service spotty, no liquor. Haven't figured out liquor laws in NM yet. North to Ruidoso tomorrow. Hope it will be a better experience.

    Carlsbad Caverns and on to Fredricksburg Texas

    A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Dec 23, 2013

    ... many over sized utes as well. The town itself spread out and unattractive as American towns are but what added to the discomfort was the very strong smell of gas. We learnt that the higher prices of the motels depended on the fracking taking place around the town. Workers coming onto town and staying at motels forcing the prices up however now with holiday periods no sign of full occupancy but rather the opposite. In spite of this motel staff unwilling to negotiate ...


    A travel blog entry by ketasissi on Nov 20, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... strange to go down there; I followed GŁnter as he disappeared behind the many turns, trying not to lose the faint light from his headlamp ahead of me. If you sit in a cave, turn the lamps off and don't make a sound, it is so totally dark and quiet – hard to put into words.

    Forget all the wellness retreats where you get kneaded, stretched, heated and cooled, just lock the poor stressed people down into a cave and turn the lights ...

    First Impressions of a Recent Expat

    A travel blog entry by melindam on Nov 03, 2013

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... sure don't.
    When I'm approaching my car in a parking lot, I have to look carefully and think about which side I'm going to find the steering wheel on. This is the same problem I had in Rutherford in the early days! For the first six months there I always paid for my fuel, walked back to my car and opened the passenger door. After staring into the car in surprise, I had to close the door and walk around to the driver's side. Here I stop a few steps ...