Historic Taos Inn

$190 for a Two-Night Stay for Two in a Deluxe King Room at Historic Taos Inn in New Mexico (Up to $390 Value)

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Complex of Adobe Houses in Taos Historic District

In 1895, Taos physician Dr. Thomas Paul Martin bought a number of thick-walled adobe houses situated around a small plaza and a community well, living in the complex and renting space to writers and artists until his death in 1936. That year, Dr. Martin’s wife enclosed the plaza and opened The Hotel Martin, which eventually became today's Historic Taos Inn. After years of updates—including a vintage neon thunderbird sign, a bubbling fountain, and a lobby replete with a carved reception desk—Martin's 19th-century plaza has transformed into today's inn, which honors the property's past while adding modern touches. "It's rare to see a hotel that has withstood the years with grace, but the Historic Taos Inn has done just that," Frommer's says of the inn, which is on both the State and National Register of Historic Places and has become one of the most iconic structures in Taos’ historic downtown district.

The inn’s 44 individually decorated guest rooms spread out across four buildings, showcasing southwestern flair with hand-carved Mexican headboards and hand-painted trasteros. The recently built Helen's House comes outfitted with kiva fireplaces and viga-style ceilings, and antique armoires and other Spanish colonial furniture fill the older rooms in the two-story main building. In the tradition of Dr. Martin’s support of the arts, some rooms also feature paintings and other artwork by native Taos artists.

Chefs at the onsite Doc Martin’s Restaurant source meats and produce from regional farms, crafting southwestern fare such as green-chili cheeseburgers and blue-corn chicken enchiladas. More than 400 wines make up Doc Martin's wine list, but locals are drawn to the restaurant’s specialty margaritas, including the Cowboy Buddha made with Herradura Silver, Cointreau, and limes squeezed by sentient lassos. Guests also mingle in the Adobe Bar—adjacent to Doc Martin’s—where live musicians perform native folk songs, jazz, and other genres nightly.

Taos, New Mexico: Artistic City Close to Popular Ski Mountains

The adobe architecture of Taos—some of it centuries old—harmonizes with the Sangre de Cristo Mountains towering above it. Taos has inspired many artists, including D.H. Lawrence and Georgia O'Keeffe, with its scenic landscape and culture spanning from ancient Taos Pueblo people to Spanish colonial influences. The area’s art scene thrives today, and more than 50 galleries and the popular Taos Art Museum fill the town's plaza.

During the winter, Taos transforms into a bustling ski town with Taos Ski Valley about a 30-minute drive north of the inn. Here, dry powder coats the alpine-studded slopes of the Rockies and 110 trails and bowls cut through the area—half of which are steep inclines designed for expert skiers and snowboarders. The flatter terrain at Angel Fire Resort—about 45 minutes east of Taos—is better suited to beginners and offers a lowrider park with a set of small rails for practicing snowboarding skills and sharpening icicles to fend off snowman salesmen.

What You Get

  • Two-night stay for two in a deluxe king room


  • Southwestern-style restaurant
  • Lobby bar with nightly live entertainment
  • In-room kiva fireplaces
  • Wireless Internet access

The Fine Print

  • Must complete travel by 3/21/12
  • Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts
  • Limit 1 per visit
  • Not valid until 1/2/12
  • Subject to availability
  • 14-day cancellation notice required or fee of applicable one-night's stay up to the amount paid for Groupon may apply
  • Must be 21 or older to check in
  • Valid only for a Deluxe King Room
  • Credit card required at booking
  • 13.19% tax not included

Other Details

How To Book

  1. Purchase Groupon.
  2. Call Historic Taos Inn.
  3. Choose a date prior to 3/21/12.
  4. Mention your Groupon and provide your credit-card info.

Room Details

  • One king-size bed
  • Standard occupancy: Two
  • Maximum occupancy: Two
  • Adding occupants above standard: Not allowed
  • Fireplaces in most rooms

Hotel Policies

  • Check in: 3 p.m.
  • Check out: 11 a.m.
  • Parking: Free
  • Rollaways: Not available
  • Smoking policy: No smoking inside the property
  • Pet policy: Pets are not allowed inside the property.
  • Accessibility: Handicap-accessible rooms are available upon request during booking.
  • Room upgrades: Not available

What It's Worth

  • Two-night stay for two in a deluxe king room (up to $390 value)

Getting There

  • By plane: 80 miles from Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF)
  • By car: About 70 miles northeast of Santa Fe
  • By shuttle: $65 per guest 12 and older and $35 per guest 11 and younger one-way to Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ)

Traveler's Tips

  • Though Taos Ski Valley is the more popular ski destination, Angel Fire is better suited to beginners.
  • The rooms overlooking the lobby and Adobe Bar can get noisy, so light sleepers should request rooms away from this area.

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DSandoval-Brown ·
Reviewed July 4, 2013
Great room, great music, great food!


DSandoval-Brown ·
Reviewed July 4, 2013
Great accommodations!


Scott L. · 7 reviews TOP REVIEWER
Reviewed May 6, 2013
Fire place in the room. Located in the middle of town
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