Nestled in the mountains of
southern New Mexico lies the new Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino.
Opening March 15, 2005, the destination resort, owned and operated by the
Mescalero Apache tribe, encompasses the beauty and splendor of the
Southwest. The newly constructed resort includes 273 luxury rooms and suites;
state-of-the-art convention and meeting facilities; world-class golf and
recreation; and thrilling entertainment. The resort’s Native American and
Southwestern heritage is honored throughout with regional decor. Bronze
statues of Apache Crown Dancers and a breathtaking view of sacred Sierra
Blanca Peak greet visitors as they enter.
Features include: * Luxury rooms and suites ranging from $129 to $399 per
night * 38,000 sq. ft. casino with 1,000 slot machines and 34 table games
including poker, blackjack, craps, and roulette * Fast-breaking greens and
breathtaking views on Inn of the Mountain Gods Championship Golf Course *
From Thanksgiving through Easter enjoy the 55 trails and 11 lifts of Ski
Apache * Wendell’s Steak and Seafood Restaurant—Fresh seafood, aged
steaks and a world-caliber wine list * 40,000 sq. ft. of meeting and
convention space including an exhibition hall * Indoor pool and workout
facilities * Nightclub, Piano Bar/Lounge and Big Game Sports Bar *
Gathering of Nations Live-action Buffet
Other resort activities include big game hunting, horseback riding, sport
clay shooting, hiking and biking activities. The resort also encompasses
the Casino Apache & Travel Center, Smokey B’s Grille, and the Apache Tee
Bar and Grill.
The Inn of the Mountain Gods is served by the Albuquerque International
Airport 200 miles north and the El Paso International Airport 125 miles
south as well as Ruidoso’s Sierra Blanca Regional airport.
The resort is located in Mescalero, NM just minutes from the shopping,
dining and recreational opportunities of popular Ruidoso, NM.