Stayed in one of the standard studios and found it very clean, well maintained, and comfortable. Location is excellent with an easy walk to the heart of Taos. Nice little kitchenette too. However, be aware that the beds in the studios are murphy beds that pull out of the wall. They are queen size and comfortable, but if that's not appealing to you, you might want to upgrade from the studio. Personally, I was happy with the room and would definitely stay here again. Would highly recommend.
Traveller from Mukilteo, WA
Situated in Taos, this condominium resort is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Taos Art Museum and 2 mi (3.3 km) from Taos Pueblo. Kit …More
We loved the size of the room and the beautiful mountain view from our balcony. The room had a king size bed plus plenty of space for the sofa, coffee table and chair. Sitting on our own private balcony in the evening just made it all that much nicer. I highly recommend this hotel.
Traveller from Princeton, NJ
Less than a mile from the historical E.L. Blumenschein Home and Kit Carson Home and Museum, El Monte Sagrado is 10 minutes …More
There is a much larger sister hotel and conference centre in Taos but don't do it. Choose this property and take a shuttle over for the hot tub, salt water pool and/or dinner but stay in this adorable quaint historic bed and breakfast (and a full breakfast IS included). This property was beyond my expectations. Quality, very clean, very unique!
Traveller from Calgary, Canada
Located in the heart of Taos, this bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of Navajo Gallery, D.H. Lawrence Ranch, and Kit …More
We had a great time for our quick stay in Taos at the Blue Sky Resort. Amy and Paul were the perfect “innkeepers” for our stay. The breakfast was great, the room was comfortable, quiet, and quaint and there was easy access to everything we wanted to see and do in Taos.
It would be a great venue for a wedding or other large gathering.
Situated in Taos, this ski hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Kit Carson Home and Museum, D.H. Lawrence Ranch, and Taos Plaza …More
This is a cool place to stay in Taos with a great breakfast provided by John and Prudy. They are both super welcoming and have a ton of ideas for things to do in the area and Jake is also a great host too! If you are in Taos, check this place out! It's a short walk (15-20 minutes to the plaza) or a 5 minute drive (to the plaza), so it is convenient all-around.
Traveller from Dallas, TX
Situated in the historical district, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Blumenschein Home and Museum, Harwood …More
Sipapu is a ski resort that caters to families. The Rio Pueblo flows by Sipapu, making it a popular fishing spot. In the warmer months, the area is popular with disc golfers, a concept similar to golf but played with Frisbees. The adjacent Carson National Forest beckons both hikers and mountain bikers.