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Situated at the end of the Santa Fe Trail and surrounded by several museums, this Taos Pueblo replica just a block from the historic plaza "captures the spirit of the landscape." Full review →
This plush, oft-photographed, pueblo-inspired property attracts a loyal clientele, many of whom swear by the friendly staff and high decorating standards. Full review →
With a multi-million-dollar renovation in 2008, this has become a comfortable and elegant place to stay. Full review →
The design of an ancient pueblo contains the plush accommodations of a contemporary Southwestern hotel. Full review →
An inn with authentic Southwestern architecture and a luxurious full-service spa. Full review →
Modeled after the Taos Pueblo, this gorgeous old hotel has large, luxurious rooms with a Native American theme that includes local art hanging on dark-red walls. Full review →
A historic chapel adjoins the hotel, the location by the Plaza can't be beat, and the decor is classic southwestern. Full review →
Rising between the plaza and the river, this upmarket hotel is an extraordinary spectacle, designed with its seven tiers to resemble Taos Pueblo.
On the Old Sante Fe Trail, one block south of the plaza, this four-story, pueblo-style inn is an upscale version of La Fonda, which in turn resembles the ancient Taos Pueblo. Unlike at... Full review →The top-floor Deluxe rooms and suites come with balconies overlooking the pool, mountains or church; these are worth requesting.
Taking its name from Santa Fe’s famous Loretto Chapel next door, the Inn and Spa at Loretto recently underwent a major renovation inspired by the area’s Native American spirit. Full review →
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