In this guide, I will share the best places to stay and eat while visiting. My next guide will be all about what to do! I also have a blog post on how to plan a girls trip to Taos here. I first visited Taos as a little girl on spring break with my family, where we spent most of our time in the Taos Ski Valley. We spent the mornings in class and the afternoons and weekends exploring the Taos Valley. My mother has also always had a southwestern flare both in interior design and jewelry, reasons why I love anything turquoise and wearing cowboy hats.
Home – Hotel Luna Mystica
Taos Ski Valley is open and the skiing is great! All of our rooms have private entrances and bathrooms, which further allow us to offer a safe haven. Should you need anything during your stay, such as extra towels, firewood, etc. To remain in compliance with the restrictions put in place by New Mexico, our hot tub is closed at this time as well as our living room and art gallery. A friendly reminder that New Mexico does require all residents and visitors to wear a face mask in public. In addition, to offer more flexibility in this time of uncertainty, any reservations made for stays between January 3 and April 30th, will have a 72 hour cancellation policy.
Other Taos Ski Valley Lodging
Hotels are safe environments for travelers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus COVID However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Taos. For more advice, please view our information page on what to know about coronavirus COVID and travel.
Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products and services; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. One of the typical distinguishing characteristics of Santa Fe accommodations, as you might guess, is the use of Spanish Colonial and Pueblo Revival architectural elements - latilla-and-viga ceilings a style in which smaller wood poles are laid crosswise upon larger wood beams , kiva fireplaces, Navajo and other Indian rugs and textiles, and built-in bancos benches and similar shelves and features.