La Dona Luz Inn, Accommodations in Taos, New Mexico

Accommodations in Taos, New Mexico

 

 

 

 

 

"The Essence of Old Taos"

  

All Private Baths ~ Wood Burning Fireplaces ~ Air Conditioning ~ Refrigerators ~ Flat-screen TVs ~ DVD players ~ iPod/MP3 Players ~ Free Parking ~ Free Wireless Internet

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The Rainbow Room

Treat yourself to a stay in this richly decorated penthouse suite. Enjoy mountain views from the rooftop hot tub and soak under the stars year-round! Resplendent with fine art, Indian and Spanish artifacts, you'll be immersed in the colorful and creative atmosphere of "Old Taos". A showcase of northern New Mexican woodwork...rich, warm and tactile, the staircases, cabinets, doors and furniture are all hand-crafted. Two Indian-made adobe fireplaces lend warmth and romance....

The lovely ceiling of vigas with latillas, color-washed in the spectrum of the rainbow, was inspired by a similar ceiling created for Mabel Dodge Luhan by Paco's grandfather, Ralph Meyers.


A king-size bed, full kitchen, dining area, tub with shower, laundry facility, large flat-screen TV, DVD, I-pod dock & stereo are also provided..

*Deck and hot tub are private and only for the use of the Rainbow Room's guests.

****Stairs accessing the rooftop deck are very steep****

$189-$229, $20 for each additional person


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La Madonna

A large second-floor suite offering a spectacular view of the sacred Taos Mountain to the north and sunrise to the east. Adorned with original artwork featuring the Madonna and child, it is dedicated to the love and security provided by mothers everywhere. In the bedroom, a large adobe corner fireplace lends warmth and atmosphere. Two queen-size beds with coverlets hand-embroidered in the traditional New Mexican colcha stitch and a queen-size sofa bed in the sitting room welcome the traveling family and couples alike. A bathtub with shower, two flat-screen TVs, DVDs, I-pod dock, stereo, fridge and microwave are also provided.

**This room is accessed via an outside spiral staircase**

$114-$154, $15 for each additional person


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Santiago

A touch of "Old World" Spain. Named for Santiago (Saint James), the patron saint of Spain and Taos. This lovely second-floor room is decorated with antique art, artifacts and furniture from Spain and Old Mexico. It gives one a feeling of quiet elegance. Enjoy mountain views to the north and east. Features a King bed and adobe corner fireplace and jacuzzi bathtub with shower. A flat-screen TV, DVD, I-pod dock, fridge & microwave are also provided.

$94-$129, $15 for an additional person


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Yellow Bird Deer

Yellow Bird Deer, or in Tiwa, Too-Shkool-Moe-Pay-Na is owner Paul "Paco" Castillo’s Indian name. A colorful and cozy ground floor suite that opens onto a flower-filled patio. Decorated in a Native American theme, it features Plains Indian beadwork, Hopi Kachinas, Navajo rugs, Pueblo pottery and fine artwork. In the corner of the sitting room is an Indian-made adobe fireplace. A king bed and jacuzzi bathtub with shower are included.Two flat screen TVs, DVDs, I-pod dock, fridge & microwave are also provided.

$94-$129, $15 for an additional person


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Red Willow

Taos...the ancient word meaning place of the red willows. The Red Willow Suite pays homage to the Taos people and surrounding tribes. With adobe walls two feet thick, vigas, latillas and much local charm, this ground-floor suite dates back to the early nineteenth century and features artwork of a Native theme. The bedroom boasts an aspen-log queen-size bed, and the adjacent sitting room, a hand-carved day bed with twin trundle bed. A Kiva fireplace and jacuzzi bath with shower are included. Two flat-screen TVs, DVDs, I-pod dock, fridge & microwave are also provided.

$94-$129, $15 for each additional person

 


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Los Angelitos

Angels watch over you in this charmingly decorated ground-floor suite, featuring a collection of angels from around the world and hand-carved New Mexican furniture. Through an adobe arch is a sunny little sitting-room with flower-filled window. In the bedroom, an Indian-made adobe fireplace lends warmth and romance. Queen bed, jacuzzi bathtub with shower. A twin-size daybed with twin-size trundle bed is available for extra guests. A flat-screen TV, DVD, I-pod dock, fridge & microwave are also provided.

$94-$129, $15 for each additional person

 


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Sonrisa

Sonrisa means "smile"....this sunny second-floor room brims over with color and whimsy. It features original works by early Taos artist, Gisella Loeffler, with murals and decorative painting by Nina. You'll sleep safe and sound in the canopy bed with its colorful hand-embroidered bedspread. The bathroom is a real surprise.....a custom tile mural depicting the Garden of Eden wraps around a jacuzzi bathtub for two. A floor to ceiling mural by Kristine Keheley completes the scene....have an apple!
Queen bed, adobe corner fireplace. A flat-screen TV, DVD, I-pod dock, fridge & microwave are also provided.

$94-$129, $15 for an additional person


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La Luz

Up a tiny spiral staircase, there is a little gem, a cozy hide-away. One can see the sacred mountain while lying in bed, and from the tiny living room, the mountains to the east. This room has a low ceiling, so guests staying there should be no more than 6' 2" tall! Double bed and shower. A flat-screen TV, DVD, I-pod dock, fridge & microwave are also provided.

$69-$94


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"You cannot come to Taos without feeling that here is one of the chosen spots on Earth."
D.H. Lawrence

  

La Doña Luz Inn
114c Kit Carson Road
Taos, New Mexico 87571

Check-in and parking on the south side of the building at 107 Des Georges Lane

(575) 758-9000 (888) 758-9060

e-mail:
info@stayintaos.com


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