by Kaitlin Braun
Enjoy a taste of the true historic Southwest at this charming inn, where each of the 44 guest rooms are uniquely decorated and have their own individual character. The property is comprised of several adobe buildings that date from the 1800s, so you’re literally stepping into the past — but the rooms are charming and comfortable. Families might like room 312, which features one king bed, two twins, and a wood-burning fireplace (and can connect with room 311 next door if you need more space). Or, try room 105, which is really a two-bedroom suite which features one bedroom with a king, a second bedroom with two adorable twin banco beds, two bathrooms, and even a refrigerator with a bar sink.
If you can steal away for an onsite date night, the Adobe Bar is the place to be: sip a “Cowboy Buddha” margarita while listening to a wide variety of live music (no cover charge!). A small selection of bar food is available as well, like quesadillas, hummus, burgers, and nachos. But for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch, you can’t beat Doc Martin’s Restaurant, also onsite, featuring American food with a “Taos twist.”
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- Charming historic adobe hotel
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- Family Room 5+
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by Johnny b B
Pitch perfect hotel if you want to get a little tiny taste of Adobe living. I so nearly didn’t stay, Do not judge a book by its cover. The inn looks pretty basic from the street but behind the facade are a selection of different rooms. I was very happy I decided to stay. Travelling on my own on a long in distance short in time road trip I was happy to arrive to a warm welcome from Janey and Zion, i can’t remember which one was learning the ropes but hospitality is in both their blood. I had a really nice suite with a roaring fire. It’s not fancy fancy but it’s perfect, comfortable and clean, nice big shower and nook to sit in by the fire, charming. Dinner was great and again the gentleman who served me was a consummate professional. Welcoming and helpful. Great nights sleep hot cofee in the morning in the lobby and off again to carry on my trip with happy memories of a lovely authentic inn run by lovely authentic people. Pretty good eh? Thank you all.
by Nancy K
Our first experience with New Mexican food! There was an anasazi bean dish that was out of this world! I bought some dry beans at the great grocery in town but have not been able to replicate the deliciousness of this dish! We had drinks and lunch out on the patio one afternoon. We were there catching up with friends and not rushed at all. Service was perfect. Another evening we returned for music - a great keyboardist/singer/entertainer!
Beautiful old building really gets one into the Taos Mood!