A Peek Inside a Cave Hotel in New Mexico

   

Pravda Report

 

Published on Apr 10, 2013

An inside view of a room at Kokopelli's Cave hotel in Farmington, New Mexico. DINOSAURS were still alive when the walls of this amazing CAVE hotel were formed. Kokopelli's Cave in Farmington, New Mexico, is a one-bedroom luxury accommodation carved within a rock formation - aged 65-million-years. Guests have to 'really want to stay there' and must clamber down a 70ft ladder to enter. The quirky hotel was blasted out by father-and-son geologists, Bruce Black snr and Bruce Black Jnr, in the Eighties.

Ever wondered how cavemen and women used to live back in the day? Well know you can try it for yourself but with all the added luxuries.

There is a cave hotel blasted into Kokopelli's Cave in Farmington, New Mexico, where guests must climb a 70ft ladder to enter. Guests can stay in a one-bedroom wonder carved within a 65-million-year-old rock formation.

The unique hotel was blasted out in the Eighties by father-and-son geologists, Bruce Black Snr and Bruce Black Jnr

The 1,650 square-foot hotel is 280 feet above the La Plata River in beautiful, isolated wilderness near the Mesa Verde National Monument.

After blasting out the rocks, Bruce Black Snr had originally intended using the cave as his own unique geological office.


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