The Town of Taos is an art colony with a rich spiritual tradition and distinctive cuisine. It also offers year-round outdoor adventure with a world-class ski resort, a Unesco site and a vibrant music scene. And with the Sangre de Cristo Mountains as its backdrop, it’s easy to see why so many travelers make this a top destination for vacationing in New Mexico.
Lodging in Taos
With an abundance of historic hotels, adobe B&Bs and modern, luxurious retreats, Taos has something for everyone. Stay in a romantic adobe cottage or a boutique hotel to feel right at home. Or book a suite in an upscale luxury resort to escape the ordinary.
Adobe and Pines Inn
The Historic Taos Inn is a collection of four adobe buildings that offer Southwestern charm and beautiful details like kiva fireplaces. The adobes are set in a lush garden, and guests can dine at the inn’s restaurant and enjoy musical entertainment at the Adobe Bar.
El Monte Sagrado
Situated in the mountains of Northern New Mexico, this boutique mountain retreat is surrounded by waterfalls, ponds and towering cottonwood trees. This elegant resort features a variety of rooms, suites and historic casitas as well as a spa that uses organic and indigenous plants in its treatments. It also features an award-winning restaurant, De La Tierra, and a lively bar.
Comfort Suites Taos
With a location on the corner of Ranchos de Taos Plaza and “Taos Plaza,” this hotel is just a short walk from the best shopping in the city. Other landmarks nearby include the Taos Center for the Arts and Kit Carson Home & Museum.
Sagebrush Inn & Suites
For the true Taos experience, you can’t go wrong with the 156 guestrooms at this authentic Southwest inn – book now. Located in the heart of the town’s historic district, this hotel is the perfect place to relax and unwind in a quaint setting that feels like a private retreat. You’ll be able to take advantage of the many amenities, including an onsite patio dining area and a 700-sq-ft conference center.
A lovely artisan Inn, Casa Gallina is just five minutes from the Taos Plaza and is a great choice for couples who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The five adobe casitas are decorated with local art and New Mexican textiles, and the grounds have plenty of space to sit and relax.
This B&B is a favorite among visitors and travelers alike because of its excellent customer service, beautiful grounds and delicious breakfasts. The Inn is run by Richard Spera, who fell in love with Taos after living in New York City.
El Pueblo Lodge
With a TripAdvisor rating of #1, this is one of the most popular Taos lodging options. Its deluxe rooms, spa services and gourmet meals have been enjoyed by numerous celebrities and dignitaries.
Guests can enjoy the hotel’s many perks, from the outdoor pool and the tennis court to the indoor gym and the whirlpool spa. Moreover, the Inn is close to Taos Ski Valley, making it the perfect base for those who want to maximize their skiing time.