Once a part of the Historic Fountain Theater (which still operates next door), this room compliments, with size and capacity, the many unique dining rooms throughout the historic La Posta compound.
With seating for 60-100 guests and state of the art AV equipment, the Fiesta Room has quickly become a “go to” dining/meeting and special events room in the community. In addition to many lighted nichos displaying art and artifacts from Mexico, guests are quick to notice the 700 lb vigas that span the ceiling, reclaimed from an old ranch in northern New Mexico.
Handcrafted and colorful Guatemalan tapestries draped from the ceiling accent the two foot thick historic adobe walls. The large hand carved wooden doors that provide access to the room are artistically adorned with punched tin panels and painted with a San Pascual motif and tropical birds: the works of local artist Robbie Paredes.
The Fiesta Room also has its own entrance foyer, once the previous owner’s closet and changing room. This foyer also provides entrance to the Pecan Tree Courtyard. A large antique mirror, hand painted Mexican clay plates, and a life size cantera stone Mexican Seniorita welcome all who enter here.