Acclaimed by National Geographic Traveler as "One of America's Great Inns."
The Historic Taos Inn remains integral to the authentic Southwestern charm and history of Taos. Listed on the National and New Mexico Registers of Historic Places, the inn consists of 44 unique rooms and suites, its legendary Adobe Bar, and the award-winning Doc Martin's Restaurant. A stay at the Historic Taos Inn is a step into Taos history, and into luxury with four exquisite 1800s-era adobe buildings surrounding a glass-enclosed plaza and a spectacular fountain that was once the property's well. The plaza is now the inn's lobby. Yet with all the developments, it's still a vibrant meeting place for the Taos art community. After settling down in your room or suite, head over and enjoy some live music and a margarita beneath the distinctive thunderbird neon sign, the oldest in Taos.
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 44 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Taos
- Nearby Water Rio Grande
- Open Dates All Year
From hot air balloon rides, river floats and mountain biking to snowshoeing and downhill and cross country skiing, Taos is filled with great fun for the whole family. After your days outside, refuel at the Historic Taos Inn with its gourmet restaurant, and then it's off to a warm, cozy room with a pueblo-style fireplace.
The 1800s-era adobe houses that make up the inn, and the glass-enclosed lobby that was once a plaza, represent Taos' living history. The onsite restaurant was once the home of Doc Martin, Taos' first physician. The Taos Society of Artists was founded here in 1912; the inn opened in 1936, a bastion of Taos art and community.
The Historic Taos Inn stands out as a Taos landmark since 1936, which is why it's the perfect destination for a unique holiday vacation. Here, you'll revel in the 1800s-era adobe houses, the breathtaking New Mexico landscapes, and a Southwestern hospitality that will make you feel right at home.
Situated at the base of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, the Historic Taos Inn offers a world of year round outdoor Taos excitement. Mountain bikers can ride on the world-class South Boundary Trail, or get your thrills whitewater rafting and hot air ballooning. In winter, downhill and cross country skiing rule the area.
As in the days when Greta Garbo stayed here, the Historic Taos Inn's warm, relaxing surroundings and authentic Southwestern rooms welcome couples to Taos in comfort and luxury. Cuddle by your room's pueblo-style fireplace, visit the Adobe Bar for live music and a margarita, and dine at the acclaimed Doc Martin's Restaurant.
While several ski resorts reside in and around Taos, none is more legendary than the Taos Ski Valley Resort with its classic alpine skiing on challenging and diverse terrain. Taos is also great for cross country skiing and snowshoeing; the Historic Taos Inn provides the ideal warmth and history to a classic ski getaway.
- Cross Country Skiing
- Downhill Skiing/Snowboarding
- Fly Fishing
- Freshwater Fishing
- Wildlife & Nature
- Whitewater Rafting
- Air Conditioning
- Rock Climbing
- Horseback Riding
- Live Entertainment
Plan your next group event at The Historic Taos Inn.
With a patio, enclosed courtyard, the legendary Adobe Bar and the acclaimed Doc Marten's restaurant, the Historic Taos Inn awaits your group getaway. Inquire now!
For more information please call +1 (888) 520 - 8267 or Send Inquiry.
- Angel Fire Airport (AXX) / 15.4 miles
- San Luis Valley Regional Bergman Field (ALS) / 72.4 miles
- Albuquerque International Sunport Airport (ABQ) / 111.5 miles
* Not all airports listed here may be open to public use, or service commercial flights