Laguna – Pueblo Bonito Inn Suite #17
Quiet and well located, this Historic New Mexico lodging suite has red brick and oak floors with one queen bed in the bedroom; a queen futon, leather bucket chair, small wood table with two wooden chairs, corner kiva wood burning fireplace and flat screen cable TV in the sitting room; rust colored mexican tiles in the full kitchen; navy mexican tile in the bath with tub and shower; two large closets; WiFi internet access and phone.
“What a wonderful Gem”
We found Pueblo Bonito B&B accessible and a wonderful value. Owners and staff are first rate. Rooms and facilities are well maintained and lovely. Walk to Plaza and Canyon Rd. Breakfast and tea time allowed us to meet wonderful new friends. We will definitely be returning. A Silko Sacramento, Ca
A Brief History of the Laguna People
Laguna pueblo has nearly 4,000 people on over half a million acres. The pueblo has six villages spread over a semi-arid landscape. The Laguna speak primarily Keresan dialect. This pueblo is the most recently established of all the pueblos. The Laguna pueblo ancestors came from the North. The people were refugees from many tribes that were fleeing the Spanish reconquest of 1699. Refugees from the Hopi, Acoma, Zuni, San Felipe, Zia and Sandia tribes reside here. Four dialects are spoken on this Pueblo due to its diversity. Each of the six villages also has its own slant on ceremonies and on the dates that they take place. The St. Joseph Mission Church in Old Laguna Village is considered one of the most beautiful Spanish Mission churches. It contains some beautiful and important paintings. This church is still in use today.