Awash in Activity in Historic Taos
Taos Inn • Taos, NM
- A Two-Night Stay for Two in a King Room, Saturdays through Thursdays
- Bottle of Wine
Coated with the adobe of Spanish Colonial-style architecture, the copper glow of Taos, New Mexico, harkens to the heart of Southwestern history. In fact, the town's name means "place of red willows" in the native Taos tongue—and the culture of this Western town burns with same colorful passion and propensity for lively adventure.
Get ready for a red-hot Escape to the historic Taos Inn, acclaimed by National Geographic Traveler as "One of America's Great Inns," during a two-night stay for two in a King Room ($188), Saturdays through Thursdays, complete with an included bottle of wine. With free live entertainment nightly and close proximity to a bevy of winter sports like skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling, and a bustling town center, you'll have plenty of fuel to feed your fire for thrills.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the inn is comprised of several 19th-century adobe houses that surround a two-and-a-half-story, stained-glass fountain.
"It's rare to see a hotel that has withstood the years with grace, but the Historic Taos Inn has done just that," says Frommer's. "The lobby doubles as the Adobe Bar, a popular local gathering place, with adobe bancos (benches) and a sunken fireplace, all surrounding a wishing well that was once the old town well."
Wake up glowing in your custom-furnished King Room—outfitted with plenty of space and antique décor—or hit the hotel's legendary lobby. From artists to business folks, the communal spot offers loads of character and plenty of conversation—which you might want to continue over dinner at the inn's on-site eatery, Doc Martin's Restaurant.
Later, stroll to nearby Taos Plaza where Spanish settlers began their colonization of the town in 1616. A center of shops and monuments, the plaza is a prime spot to catch music, food, and dance before grabbing a "Best of Taos" award-winning margarita at the inn's Adobe Bar. The bar offers 15 specialty margs, and the signature Cowboy Buddah is an institutional favorite.
While a Southwestern sunset is sure to please, an Escape to Taos will light a fire of inspiration.
"Mere steps from Taos Plaza, the inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Spanish colonial-style architecture, including decorative alcoves in rooms, provides an authentic feel to this atmospheric property."-- Fodor's Review of Taos Inn
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