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Reviewed 14 February 2017

Above average layout and fine location at the base of the mountain. You ski out from the Lodge's Boot room and ski shop lockable ski rack onto novice slope and double chair to get to the main quad chair. While not massive and commercial as the Utah and Colorado mountains, there are a half dozen Lodge/Inn-Restaurant-skishops that make up the ski town. Just a couple of Pizza/coffee joints and a cafeteria at the base chair. The restaurant were very good and we tried the one in the Edelweiss as well as the Blake across the street. Our condo units were complete and daily checked and trash cleared, but not maid and towel service which was fine. We think the units were radiant heated and and were comfortable and tight.

Minor issues with the signadge to the lodges and ski area at night..a roadside town map around the parking lots would help, but I would understand the desire to keep the mountain off the major radar.

Room Tip: The end 3rd floor rooms 314-315 do not have the 4th above them and were sunny towards the runs, but across from the Blake and the main road.
  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank tremm298
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Reviewed 1 February 2017

The hotel is on the mountain so the view from our room was amazing. It was surreal to wake up to the glow of the snowy mountains every morning. The room was clean and decorated nicely. All of the employees were accommodating and very helpful. One of the best amenities they had was their underground covered parking, which came in very handy, especially when I didn't want to lug around luggage in the snow at night. I had a pleasant stay at Edelweiss and highly recommend it to anyone that's staying in Taos.

  • Stayed: January 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Mariness D
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Reviewed 30 January 2017 via mobile

A great place to stay while in Taos ski valley. A short walk from the main ski lifts. The rooms are a decent size, clean with a modern yet rustic vibe. The hotel staff and management are the best.
Taos ski valley has a quaint vibe which will transport you back in time. If you want a break from being a number and back to a time where everyone knows your name than Edelweiss is the place.
Breakfast and dinner were great at the hotel's restaurant, Blonde Bear Tavern, and is definitely a place to eat while in Taos ski valley.

Stayed: January 2017, travelled solo
1  Thank Marques A
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Reviewed 7 January 2017 via mobile

We stayed in a two bedroom condo with 3 children, ages 16, 10 and 7. It was furnished with everything we could have possibly needed and the ski in/ski out feature is unmatched on the mountain. Our room overlooked Strawberry Hill and we could watch our kids in ski school from our room. It was everything we could have hoped for in accommodations for our first stay at Taos Ski Valley.
Matt and Kyle were super helpful for ski rentals at Cottam's Ski Shop as well.
We will be back!!

Stayed: January 2017, travelled with family
1  Thank Kelli C
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Reviewed 9 April 2016

Location is excellent being right in the village of Taos Ski Valley. Beware that there is construction going on in the village and it starts early and ends late. Lots of noise! Lots of mud! The unit I stayed in was nicely appointed, but a little dated. Linens- both sheets and towels- were below standard. No pay per view in rooms. Usually not a problem but there is not much to do once the sun goes down. Cable is limited. WiFi is accessible throughout the lodge and at decent speed. Restaurant has limited choices, but the food was good. Bar is tiny, but the beer was still cold and the atmosphere often lively in the evening. Staff was friendly and helpful. Housekeeping was sub-par. Underground parking. Small fitness room. Seemed to be one of the best places to stay in the village until they get the new hotel built. Comfortable enough that I have recommended to others traveling to this location.

Room Tip: Beware of morning sun in east-facing rooms as the blinds on the windows won't keep it out
  • Stayed: February 2016, travelled as a couple
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mtnsurfer, General Manager at Edelweiss Lodge & Spa, responded to this reviewResponded 26 July 2016

We certainly appreciate the feedback and can assure you we are as ready for the construction to end as anyone. Thankfully it will indeed all be completed by the start of the 2016/17 ski season (Thanksgiving Day). Note that we have opted to close the property for the summer of 2016 to avoid issues related to the extensive construction activities in the area.

We do appreciate the feedback as it is helpful as we continue to try to improve both our product and service. I am surprised to hear that you found the cable "limited" While we do not offer pay-per-view, we do have satellite service with over 200 channels including HBO and all ESPN channels.

Indeed Taos Ski Valley has traditionally been a ski resort with a focus on skiing. Night life has not been a strong suit here and while I do expect the night life to grow with the new developments in the base area, it is likely to remain a place focused on long days on the slopes and restful nights. That being said there is usually live music somewhere each night and a lively bar crowd at one or two of the local bars until at least midnight.

Thanks again for your comments and for choosing the Edelweiss for your visit to Taos Ski Valley.

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