1347 S Santa Fe Rd
Taos, NM 87571
Nightly Rates: ( 80.88 - 80.88 )
Comparably low rates 1/2 hour to Casinos 1/2 hour to many different ski slopes Close to Plaza and shopping Southwest style furniture Clean comfortable rooms Helpful friendly employees Nice, quiet safe area
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· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 02:00 PM
· Check out time is 11:00 AM
· Time Zone is MST
· 50 rooms.
· 0 suites.
· 2 floors.
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505-758-1900Winner of the Wine Spectator Award for Excellence.Casual fine dining. New Mexican and New American entrees. Vegetarian dishes and fresh fish. Luscious desserts and hearty breads.Orlando's
505-751-14502000 People's Choice Award and Kid's Choice AwardCozy and festive atmosphere. Homemade desserts. Great Mexican and Vegetarian selections. Patio dining available.Hunan Chinese Restaurant
505-751-0474Serving exquisite Mandarin, Shanghai, Hunan, Szechwan, and Cantonese Cuisine. Vegetarian selection.Michael's Kitchen
505-758-4178A wide variety of breads and pastries baked fresh daily. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.Steakout
505-758-2042Prime steaks, duck, pasta, salmon, lobster, King crab - Daily specials.Joseph's Table
505-751-4512"One of the Best New Chefs in America" - Food and Wine MagazineAlso recognized in Fodor's and Zagat's. An intimate cafe specializing in contemporary American, Peasant French, and Italian Cuisine.
* Historic Taos Trolley Tours* Taos Plaza* Carson National Forest Ranger Station* Cowboy Evening* Hot Springs* Golfing * Hiking* Bike Trails* Hunting* Fishing* Horseback Riding* Casino* Train Ride* Rafting* Recreation Area* Rio Grande Gorge* State Wildlife Area* The Firehouse Art Collection* Stables Art Gallery* Taos Institute of Arts* Taos School of Music* El Vado Lake State Park* Rio Chama Fishing Easement* Rio Chama State Wildlife/FishingTaos Ski Valley
More snow than Aspen (3.12"), more vertical drop than Breckenridge (2,612'), more sun than Sun Valley (88%), and more skiiable acres than Telluride (1,294 acres). Taos Ski Valley was built in 1952, owned and operated by the Bolander family and has welcomed skiiers from all over the world. The family continues to add ski trails, staying with the demand to expand. The resort has a ski school that offers lessons in snowboarding and skiing.Angel Fire
Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce - 800-466-8117Angel Fire sports a family fun focused ski area with a new and only high speed quad lift, more runs and more snow than ever. There are a wealth of activities to choose from including skiing, snowboarding, snowbiking, and tubing. Enjoy live theatrical productions and seasonal concerts.
Come raft the cool waters of the Rio Grande. Just 20 minutes south of Taos and great for family fun on a hot summer day. May and June are typically high water months. Race Course, Lower Gorge, All Day and Dinner Float are some of the trips to choose from. For information, call: 800-748-3760Far Flung Adventures
2 miles north of Taos in El Prado. River Camping trips are their specialty with guides who have mastered the skills of outdoor living. Rafting packages available ranging from half day to three days. Call ahead!For information and reservations, call 800-359-2627Wild Earth Llama Adventures
Offers guided, multi day pack trips, gourmet lundh day hikes and custom wilderness experiences in the majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountains, near Taos and Santa Fe. Gentle and sure-footed llamas carry the gear leaving body, mind and spirit free to enjoy the beauty and wonder of the mountains.Call 800-758-LAMAE.L Blumenschien Home/Museum
Adobe home of Taos Society of Artists co-founder.Millicent Rogers Museum
A stunning beauty and talented designer, Millicent Rogers was a passionate collector of Native American silver and turquoise jewelry and Navajo and Rio Grande weavings. Added to that, the Museum also has a collection of religious and domestic arts, pottery paintings, photography and graphics.Martinez Hacienda
Martinez built this house in 1804. A fortress-like building with massive adobe walls became an important trade center for the northern boundary of the Spanish Empire. Today, the Hacienda's 21 rooms provide the visitor with a rare glimpse of the rugged frontier life and times of the early 1800s.Kit Carson Home and Museum
Kit Carson arrived in Taos in 1826. He had run away from an apprenticeship in Missouri to join a wagon train heading west on the Santa Fe Trail. He spoke many languages, thus Kit became a translator for a wagon train to Chihuahua. He was also called Mountain Man and became an indian agent. The museum contains a small portion of Carson's original homr. Artifacts and exhibits illustrat his family and frontier life in Taos. The museum also exhibits the importance of the Native American and Hispanic cultures in the history of northern New Mexico.Area Events
*March** 19-25 - Tropical Island Week; Taos Ski Valley 800-992-7669* 24-25 - Ernie Blake Birthday Celebration; Taos Ski Valley; parade, fireworks, treasure hunt and gift giveaways 800-922-7669* 25-30 - Super Ski Week; Taos Ski Valley 800-992-7669*April** 5-8 - Taos Talking Picture Festival; Special presentations and workshops 505-751-0637*May** 1-30 - Taos Spring Art Festival; Gallery shows, museum exhibitions, performing art events 800-732-7267* 5-6 - World's biggest Disc Golf 505-587-2240* 19-20 - "Music in Motion" 505-758-0150* 26-28 - Memorial Weekend Ceremonies at the Vietnam Veterans National Memorial 505-377-6900* June - Oct* Take a Llama to Lunch Day hikes; Taos Ski Valley 800-322-9815*June-mid Oct** Guided nature hikes; Taos Ski Valley 505-770-0450*June** 9-17 - 20th Annual Taos Poetry Circus Championship 505-758-1800* 10 - Aug 4 - Summer Music Festival with 16 chamber music concerts 505-776-2388* 21-23 - Tournament for the National Hispanic Scholarship; Taos Country Club 505-758-4444* 23-24 - K-Tao Solar Music Festival; Kit Carson Park 505-758-1017*July** 6-8 - Taos Pueblo Pow-Wow, celebration of dance and drum 505-758-1028* 20-22 - Wings Over Angel Fire with colorful hot air balloons, air show, vintage airplanes, parachute jumps 505-377-6661*September** 29 - San Geronimo Eve Vespers; Taos Pueblo 505-758-1028* 30 - San Geronimo Day; Taos Pueblo 505-758-1028*October** Wool Festival; Kit Carson Park - Fiberwork from sheep to shawl 55-751-0306* 5-7 - Taos Plaza Arts and Crafts Fair; Unique craft items, jewelry, pottery 800-732-8267* 25-28 - Taos Mountain Balloon Rally 800-732-8267Big River Raft Trips
Come raft the cool waters of the Rio Grande. Just 20 minutes south of Taos and great for family fun on a hot summer day. May and June are typically high water months. Race Course, Lower Gorge, All Day and Dinner Float are some of the trips to choose from. For information, call: 800-748-3760