We took a spontaneous trip to Taos and looked for hotels online the morning we departed. We wanted a place that was centrally located to shops and restaurants, as well as safe. Really was not sure what to expect with La Fonda -- sometimes when hotels are priced less than competitors, I worry. Well, we had nothing to worry about. La Fonda is clean, friendly, centrally located, safe, quiet and has character. It reminded me, in part, of La Fonda in Santa Fe, although it is not connected. I believe the hotel was recently renovated. We had two rooms -- both were very clean. They were small, but that was fine with us -- reminded us of Europe. There is free parking in the back of the hotel which was very convenient. We walked to several shops and restaurants, as well as took morning walks through the historical neighborhoods. Also, several museums are very close by. I also must stress that the hotel staff was very friendly and accommodating. Highly recommend, and yes -- we will definitely stay here again on our next trip to Taos.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The oldest hotel in Taos centrally located on the historic Plaza. Completely renovated to provide the most current 21st century amenities amid historic, authentic, southwestern atmosphere and architecture. Home to the infamous D.H. Lawrence Forbidden Art collection. The hotel's Plaza Cafe offers authentic Northern New Mexican cuisine at moderate prices and guests enjoy complimentary coffees and teas in the Starbucks "Noula's" Coffee shop. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel La Fonda De Taos New Mexico