Very pleasant historic hotel with clean, comfortable rooms ( though the one we were in was fairly dark). Views to the building across the alley seems to be a common scene at historic I hotels in our experience. No in room coffee, which is a negative in my book. Had to go down stairs to the coffee place and wait in line for a complimentary cup.
Ate in the restaurant which was very good, although the staff seemed a bit organized.
As one would expect being in the plaza, the area is very touristy, fairly busy, and a little noisy. However, would certainly stay there again if in 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