The mountain and grounds are beautiful. The skiing is good. The lift tickets and rental rates are reasonable. The lodging is ABYSMAL. We paid $150 to stay in a motel room on New Year's Day ($119 + $20 for our dog + taxes). The room was totally bare bones, remniscent of a college dorm room circa 1972. It had two queen beds, a couple lamps, a dresser, a bathroom. No tv. No fridge. No microwave. Not even a clock. The beds gave me a backache that lasted a week. The cherry on top was the a noxious odor in the room- eau du mold and clorox? I would never stay at the Sipapu Lodge again. Even for free- which as you will find on their website- they sometimes offer with 'buy a lift ticket and stay for free' specials. Do yourself a favor and stay in Espanola or Taos and wake up a little early to drive to the ski basin.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located 20 miles southeast of Taos and 2 hours north of Albuquerque, Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort offers over 40 accommodations, including suites, cabins, historic lodge rooms, RV sites and more. All of the slopeside rooms are located steps from Sipapu's main chair lift, and most include kitchens and fireplaces. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sipapu Ski And Summer Resort
- Sipapu Ski & Summer Hotel Vadito