Hotel La Fonda de Taos

Address: 108 South Plaza, Taos, New Mexico, 87571, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 108 South Plaza, Taos, is near High Road to Taos, Kit Carson Home &Museum, Los Rios Runners, and Gearing Up Bicycle Shop.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Fonda de Taos

    Reviewed by bethh1902

    Perfect Hotel, Perfect Location!

    Reviewed Sep 15, 2012
    by (15 reviews) Glen Allen , United States Flag of United States

    Beautiful hotel with lots of charm and great service. In a great location in the middle of the historic plaza. The hotel is historic too. Highly recommend!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Fonda de Taos

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Taos

    Moving on

    A travel blog entry by mbwatrous on Jul 06, 2015

    19 photos

    ... planned. It was almost shocking to get to Taos, where the streets were jammed with cars and pedestrians-- a slow crawl to the hotel, the Sagebrush Inn. The grounds and buildings are very pretty, making it a relaxing place to be. Our room was ground level and had a small patio area-- Charlie set up the stove and grilled vegetables and steak right ...

    Ended with Bang

    A travel blog entry by ahousey on Jul 04, 2015

    1 comment, 37 photos

    ... Ben said the rafting guy called him boss too. But we all know who the boss really is. I'm the boss! In the morning, we drove over to the Indian Pueblos. They have been dwelling there for over a 1000 years in these structures. It was neat to walk through the village. Many of them have little stores or restaurants in their homes so you can go inside and see what it looks like inside. We were slightly surprised how expensive their wares were. We bought a couple things and tried some ...

    Taos Pueblo

    A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 15, 2014

    6 photos

    ... and straw to the existing structures, as they do every fall. The "plaster" on the buildings is the same mixture (but I think they omit the straw). Consequently, it was very dusty, perhaps more so than usual, I don’t know. There is no pavement anywhere – all dirt. Some tribal members live here year round without electricity or running water, etc., in the ways of their ancestors. Others moved out into modern homes in the community ...

    Friends in Taos

    A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on Apr 18, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... around marveling at the history, visiting every little shop, and buying some gorgeous jewelry, tasty treats, and a tomahawk for Elijah. As with most Native American history, theirs is unremarkable in that they endured many years of attacks, slavery, and abuse by the Spanish and the white man. What's unique is that they rebuilt and have maintained their language (Tiwa), culture, abodes, history, and strength as a native community. We ...

    No Fear

    A travel blog entry by titainteric on Nov 18, 2013

    4 photos

    ... heard on the radio that littering of steel cans was becoming a problem as well as deforsting for building construction. He wanted to solve both problems simultaneously by preventing deforestation by building with cans that were being littered. He succeeded and became an international media sensetion as "the crazy guy who build a house out of cans". It put into perspective how influential media can be, whether good or bad. He then talked ...