Beautiful old building a short walk from Taos Plaza. Quiet, clean, lovely room with lots of mission-style ambiance. The grounds are beautifully landscaped, the dining room has refreshments in the evening, and the included breakfast was delicious: egg frittata, fruit tart, smoothie, thick cut bacon, strong coffee.
The hosts were simply wonderful- helping us find a dinner reservation after our late arrival, even while fiesta was going on.
Susan from Seattle, WA
Situated in the historical district, this romantic inn is close to Harwood Museum of Art, Blumenschein Home and Museum, and …More
A wonderful place to stay! My partner and I stayed for 4 nights at the Burch Street Casitas and enjoyed every moment! Jim and Nancy, the super nice couple who own the property, were very friendly and inviting. The casita was neat and clean when we entered, and we were supplied with cookware for the kitchen which comes in handy when you want to enjoy a home cooked meal or eat on a budget when vacationing. The bed was incredibly comfortable, the fireplace was inviting, and having a private entrance and back porch was a real plus. It's like vacationing away from home at a place that feels like home. The casitas are located a convenient 10 minute walk away from the main drag of Taos, and an even shorter drive if the weather isn't favorable. I would definitely stay here again and recommend friends and family to this cozy little getaway.
Hannah from New Jersey
Situated in the city center, this property is close to Kit Carson Home and Museum, Taos Plaza, and Taos Center for the Arts …More
We found the staff to be very friendly and helpful, from the desk personnel to the breakfast staff. The rooms are large and very clean, as well as the grounds being well cared for. We enjoyed Jerry and Loopy (breakfast staff) very much.
Ray from New Hampshire
Located a half-mile from historic Taos Plaza, this hotel is 1 mile from Taos Pueblo, and 20 miles from Taos Ski …More
We stayed two nights. There was a festival in town during our stay. We woke up the am we were to leave and someone had let the air out of all our tires! Now, this is also a Sunday morning, in a small town. Luckily, Joe on the desk called to see where we could find new tires if needed, and John, a mgr. got a compressor, pulled the tires off the car, checked them for leaks, put them back on the car and filled with air! Now, I call that above and beyound the call of duty.
Situated in Taos, this condo is close to Kit Carson Park, Taos Art Museum, and Henningsen Fine Arts. Also nearby are Taos …More
Check in was a delight. Desk clerk was very pleasant to deal with. At the time she was the only one at the desk and there were several people waiting to be served. Her attitude was one of friendliness and helpfulness despite being very very busy. The room was very nice, although somewhat smaller than I had anticipated. It met my needs well. I would suggest a microwave be made available however.
Located in the mountains, this slopeside hotel offers ski-in/ski-out access in Angel Fire, within the vicinity of Vietnam …More
Staff was wonderful. When they realized we had been placed in a smoking rather than non-smoking room, they moved us immediately, upgrading us at no charge. The complimentary cooked breakfast was also a treat. Wonderful setting.
Situated on the Strip, this hotel is close to San Francisco de Asis Mission Church, La Hacienda del los Martinez, and …More
We ( 3 adults, 2 4 years olds) stayed here for a Spring Break ski trip. I had called the hotel to inquire about some of the older reviews that indicated poor upkeep, and was assured that those issues had been taken care of. My expectations were very low, but we just needed an inexpensive, central place to sleep. Boy was I surprised! The hotel had more of a bed and breakfast feel, primarily because of the hospitality of the entire hotel staff, from the manager to the cleaning staff. Without exception, everyone we saw smiled and spoke to us. Our room was very comfortable, and spotless. Great beds, and a super- hot power-shower. Breakfast was hot and tasty (great coffee!), and varied from morning to morning. With everyone trying to get to slopes early, the breakfast room was usually full, but they never let the amount of food run low, nor did you have to wait for anything (important when getting two 4 year olds fed and out the door).The indoor pool and hot tub were clean and well maintained. The thing that surprised and pleased me the most was how quickly management took care of an issue we had with a group of spring break partiers beneath us. After our first call someone from management was there in just a few minutes. The second night when the late night door slamming started, someone from management was there within minutes to relocate these people, allowing us a peaceful night sleep. I would recommend Don Fernando to anyone staying in Taos.
Biogal from Texas
Situated in Taos, this hotel is close to Blumenschein Home and Museum, Harwood Museum of Art, and Navajo Gallery. Also nearby …More