Situated in Taos, this hotel is 1 mi (1.7 km) from San Francisco de Asis Mission Church and within 3 mi (5 km) of La Hacienda del los Martinez and Taos Historic Museums. Navajo Gallery and D.H. Lawrence Ranch are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Less than a mile from the historical E.L. Blumenschein Home and Kit Carson Home and Museum, El Monte Sagrado is 10 minutes from the Taos Pueblo. Taos Ski Valley is 20 miles away.
Located near the slopes, this Taos hotel is in the city center, 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Kit Carson Park, and close to winter activities such as cross-country skiing and skiing lessons.
Conveniently near skiing facilities, this Taos motel is located in the mountains, within 3 mi (5 km) of Taos Art Museum and Taos Pueblo, and close to winter sports such as cross-country skiing and skiing lessons. Governor Bent House and Museum and Taos Center for the Arts are also within 5 minutes.
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This North Central New Mexico location is home to approximately 6,000 people.
Santa Fe, the state capital, is roughly 55 miles south of Taos, and Pilar is 15 miles to the southwest.
Looking for a place to have some quality time with the kids? One of the best family activities is Twirl Toystore and Playspace.
Feeling lucky? Challenge the blackjack dealer or simply enjoy the high-stakes atmosphere at the Taos Mountain Casino.
When it's time to take five, pick up some lunch and head out to one of the pleasant urban parks, such as Eagle Nest Lake State Park or Kit Carson Park. You'll also find plenty of space to lounge about in the grass at Williams Lake and Wild Rivers Recreation Area.
Horseshoe Lake and Lost Lake are popular for picnics and watching the local wildlife.
Want to escape the stresses of modern life? Head out on an adventure to Wheeler Peak and Black Rock Hot Springs. Wheeler Peak Wilderness Area and Mallette Park Nature Trail are also appreciated by nature lovers.
Broaden your horizons with some time at one of the area's fascinating exhibition spaces. Meander through the hallways as you check out the unique collections at the Taos Art Museum and the Bent Gallery and Museum. Equally rewarding are the Navajo Gallery and the Millicent Rogers Museum.
A haven for art connoisseurs, this area is home to various spaces in which local and international artists regularly display their work. Start off your tour of this creative enclave with a visit to the Harwood Museum of Art and the Henningsen Fine Arts. If these leave you feeling energized, wrap up your afternoon at the Rottenstone Pottery and the Harwood Foundation Museum.
Admire the interesting displays and examine the historical collections at the Taos Historic Museums.
Take a step back in time with a visit to the Taos Pueblo or D.H. Lawrence Ranch, just a couple of the historic buildings and sites here. You might also like to snap some photos at San Francisco de Asis Mission Church and Kit Carson Home and Museum.
John Dunn Bridge is an impressive structure that has been a vital crossing point for residents from both sides of the water.
Religion often offers a glimpse at a place's soul. Here, sacred places such as San Francisco de Asis Church and San Francisco de Asís Church show us this region's spiritual dimension.
Public squares are the ideal place to take the pulse of a city, and Taos Plaza is certainly no exception.
Set aside some time to commemorate the lives of Taos' past residents at a couple of its intriguing memorial statues and structures. Time spent at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial or Rio Grande Gorge Bridge is sure to be a rewarding experience.
Every school has its own distinct character, and the SMU-in-Taos is no different. Integral to the local landscape, it makes an exciting outing for anyone who is curious about teaching and learning.
Kakawa Chocolate House is a great destination to head to if you love shopping or you want a bite to eat.
See the region's best and brightest live on stage at the Taos Plaza Theater and Arts Center and KTAOS Solar Center.
Taos' most famed sights can overshadow its less visited, but equally rewarding attractions. The Angel Fire Country Club and the Taos Center for the Arts are well worth a look. Also, consider seeing the Taos Country Club and Old Town if you can squeeze it in.
Make a reservation for one of the 24 Taos lodging options listed on Expedia's lodging guide before you leave.