places to stay
Five Star resorts, charming Inns, Bed & Breakfasts, Airbnb’s, ski chalets, tents and teepees, whether it’s luxury or glamping you’re looking for, you’ll find it in Taos.
This year, in keeping with its surroundings, the Austing Haus has undergone a facelift of its own and is re-opening after renovations on Thanksgiving Day.
Elisabeth Brownell arrived in Taos in 1962, shortly after meeting Taos Ski Valley founder Ernie Blake at a Chicago Ski Convention, where she’d come from Milwaukee to work at the German Consulate.
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A native New Yorker, Richard graduated from Cornell University’s Hotel and Restaurant School before creating and managing several successful restaurants in the City.
A vaulted dining space off the lobby boasted a five-star culinary experience, but the space that really got people talking was the bar.
The Palacio de Marquesa is in high demand for travelers to Taos, and rightly so. I left feeling pampered and rejuvenated.
Home to The Adobe Bar and the famed Doc Martin’s Restaurant, The “Inn” as it is affectionately referred to by locals, is an historical landmark in Taos.