Hampton Inn Taos

Address: 1515 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos, New Mexico, 87571, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 1515 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos, is near Pueblo Balloon Company, La Hacienda del los Martinez, Carson National Forest, and Latir Peak Wilderness Area.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn Taos

    Zimmer in Ordnung, Frühstück nichts Besonderes

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    Dies war unser zweiter Aufenthalt innerhalb von acht Monaten. Ich bin ein großer Fan der Hampton Inn Kette, allerdings nur von Hotels, die eigens für die Kette gebaut wurden. Das Zimmer war sauber und die Internetverbindung war kostenlos und hat reibungslos funktioniert. Das Hampton Inn Frühstück war wirklich nichts Besonderes und wenig zufriedenstellend. Alles scheint aufgewärmte Tiefkühlkost zu sein, sparen Sie also ihre Zeit und gehen Sie lieber zu Michales Kitchen. Für New Mexico und besonders für Taos ist das Hotel immer noch ein ziemlich guter Deal.

    A bit less than expected from a Hilton brand

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    This property was suffering from neglect unlike most Hampton inns. Hampton nationwide has a well earned reputation for standards and high quality.

    The tub would not drain in our room. The box springs were so worn that someone had cut the pillow tops off of them leaving the fringe exposed when the covers were pulled back. The room was in a state of disrepair that is almost never experienced with Hamptons. The 100% satisfaction guarantee resulted in our rooms being free, but this should not have happened. The whole place looked worn.

    Not Bad

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    Staff was nice. Room was clean. Breakfast was good...but there were not enough tables for everyone to eat. We had to eat in lobby one morning. Staff was helpful and friendly. Location is not close to the plaza. Lots of traffic. Nice restaurant next door called Tequilas. Good view of mountains from the pool and parking lot.

    MAIN complaint was that the heated pool was VERY COLD. WE avoided another hotel in town because someone said their pool was cold. AND then we had a cold on too.

    Clean and dependable. Get to breakfast early!

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    My wife and I stayed at the Hampton Inn for three nights over Memorial Day. We were very pleased with the facility. The rooms were large and clean and quiet! Ask for room 231 - it's a corner unit on the top floor, and you'll only have one neighbor. We received an AARP rate of $89 per night, which was very reasonable considering the overall quality of the hotel and the room. Our only disappointment was the continental breakfast. Unless you arrive very early, there won't be any fruit left.

    The hotel is approximately 2-1/2 miles from the Taos historic area, and it's an easy ride down the main street to reach the town square. We'd strongly recommend visiting Taos Pueblo and the bridge over the Rio Grande Gorge. Both sites were unique and memorable. If you don't mind spending a bit for dinner, we'd also recommend the Stakeout Grill and Bar, which is approximately eight miles south of town. It has outdoor seating with fabulous views and excellent food. For dessert, we had the best pecan pie ever! North of town, Orlando's serves very good Mexican food in a unique setting (beware - they don't take credit cards, but they will take your out-of-town check).

    Filthy loggy & restroom

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    Walked into the lobby to use the restroom prior to cheking in. Lobby was well worn and looking dated. Restroom was VERY dirty. Cancelled my reservation and went elsewhere!

    Fully Satisfied

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    I stayed 1 night at the hotel and was fully satisfied. Room was clean and quiet. Pool and whirlpool are in a separate building steps away from the main building. Free breakfast was tasty and had a good variety of items. The property is located on the main road into Taos, where all the hotels are located. It is a little further from the Taos plaza and pueblo than most of the hotels on the main road. On the other hand, it is very close to Rancho de Taos and the famous church there.

    Good Service and Clean Facility

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    Very nice hotel, with polite and informative staff. Liked having the bill receipt slipped under the door so we could leave early and not have to check out. Nice continental breakfast with a little different selection (e.g. hot bisquits and gravy; sausage) as well as the usual.

    Very easy stay

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    Very clean hotel with staff that is considerate. The breakfast is well managed and seems to be something that someone cares about. Most of the hotel staff struck me as caring. I really think it is a good place to stay.

    Fairly new Hampton managed pretty well...

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    Clean, well maintained, on the main drag at the south end of town, a bit of a drive to the plaza but worth it for a modern hotel. The staff is a little snotty and none of the housekeeping staff or supervisors spoke English but that's not unusual anywhere else these days. Good hot breakfast with cold cereals and top notch cheese danish. I could forgive them for being out of orange juice one morning, but not two in a row. Can't someone go get a couple of gallons of Minute Maid from the grocery store? Otherwise, one of the better Hamptons of the 3 I've stayed at in the last year.

    Thought the Hampton was good.

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    Check-in was quick and painless as I had a reservation. The room was nice and clean. The continental breakfast was good and included some hot food such as french toast and waffles.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Taos

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Taos

    Southwestern Colors, Pueblos, and Taos!

    A travel blog entry by lovetotrek on Sep 28, 2014

    8 photos

    ... of the Ancient Pueblo people. There are remains of pueblo structures and cliff dwellings that are dated to 1150-1550 BC. We took a shuttle to the site because the 2011 and 2013 fires and subsequent floods destroyed about 60% of the public parking. We toured parts of the monument with a park ranger. Also. stopped by a Smith's grocery store to buy some salad for our lunches once we leave Taos, and what did we find? Kroger salad ...

    Friends in Taos

    A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on Apr 18, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... right next to the chilly river.

    Later that day we were lucky to get to go to Taos Pueblo. For those of you unfamiliar with this pueblo, it is the oldest continuously lived in place in the United States. The Taos Native Americans have been living in these dwellings for at least 1,000 years. They use the water from the river, as they have no running water and no electricity. We took a short tour with a gracious guide and ...

    No Fear

    A travel blog entry by titainteric on Nov 18, 2013

    4 photos

    ... a larger perspective. Mike is the pinnacle of someone who takes crazy risks and prevails because he is not afriad to fail. I am aspiring to live that way, I would much rather try to do something amzing and fail then spend my life succeeding at monotonous ********. Myk, Mal and I have become very close with a guy named Wesley from Fort Collins, Colorado. He introduced us to a very interesting drink called Kratom, made from a plant in ...

    Dancing and Dining in Taos

    A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on May 14, 2013

    109 photos

    ... parts.

    The weather was kind of forbodeing and we decided not to paddle but instead go to Taos for an evening of dining and dancing.

    We did a walk around the older parts of Taos before we went to eat enjoying all the sights and sounds as usual.

    It was not as crowded as in the summer but the traffic was still backed up through the downtown ...

    Day 11 - Taos - New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by traceystravels on Oct 23, 2012

    9 photos

    ... this either.)

    New Mexico, along with California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona and Texas (which at the time also included parts of Wyoming, Colorado, Oklahoma and Kansas) were all originally part of Mexico.

    During the late 1600s the Indian people in this area fought off a Spanish invasion, but several Spanish families still migrated to the region.

    Then during 1835-1836 the Mexican people lost Texas to the US during the Texas ...