The Edward Buxton Cristy Room

The Edward Buxton Cristy Room on the main floor has a king bed that can be split and made into twin beds to accommodate two guests traveling together. The sunny yellow private bathroom has a tub with shower. This large room features the original pressed tin ceiling and hardwood floor.  The mural encircling the room was painted by a Bottger grandson in the mid-1930’s and depicts New Mexico mountain scenes. (You can read more about the history of the Bottger Mansion here.) This room was named for Edward Buxton Cristy, the architect who designed the Bottger Mansion Bed & Breakfast and creator of the Pueblo Revival style of architecture seen throughout New Mexico today.

  • first floor room with king bed (can be separated into two twin beds)
  • private full bath with tub and shower
  • individual heat and air conditioning
  • comfortable sitting area
  • 32″ flat screen television
  • iHome docking station/clock/radio with USB port