We stayed on a Saturday night over spring break on our way home. We had 2 rooms, one for my family and one for Grandma and Grandpa. I was annoyed that the credit card machine was broken, so we had to go find an ATM and pay in cash.
This is obviously an older hotel, but it's just fine. We just needed a place to crash overnight for not too much money and this place fit the bill. Internet was free and fast enough for my needs. Breakfast was ok; waffles, cold cereal, orange juice, fruit, etc. Pool was fine, and the hot tub was really big. I liked that.
If you are looking for a clean place to sleep, try this place out. If you are looking for a resort experience or something fancy, you are better off elsewhere.
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- Also Known As:
- Whitten Hotel Taos
- Paragon Hotel Taos