We recently returned there after an initial stay many (~10?) years ago. It is as nice as we remembered it. As all the good reviews have said, rooms are huge and elegant rooms with tiles and wood beams, common area where breakfast (try the burrito) is served is majestic, the flower garden which you walk through to reach the common area is beautiful as of this writing, and the staff is very friendly with good knowledge of the area and its history. It is a family run operation with minor problems that crop up that are solved cheerfully. In our case, the door lock malfunctioned for the assigned room so they gave us a different room; no big deal. The toilet had a slightly leaky flap valve so the water ran every once in a while -- reported on our departure. I would recommend Inn at the Delta (named for the shape of the original building, not for any geological features) over comparable lodging in much more expensive Santa Fe. Excellent nearby restaurants (El Paragua, La Cocina, Rancho de Chimayo, Gabriel's, ...) and points of interest (churches in Santa Cruz, Santuario, Las Trampas, Rancho de Taos, ..., Santa Fe Opera, Bandelier National Monument, High Road to Taos, etc.). It is also a gateway to Norhtern New Mexico which is a relatively little known area of beautiful scenery. No pool or exercise room BUT they will give you a pass to use both at the community center across the street. The wifi connection was good (in Room 2).
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- Also Known As:
- Delta Espanola
- Espanola Delta