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Having just spent two nights in the solarium, we are still laughing about being in a tree house. Located on the third floor of the old adobe owned and expanded by Mabel Dodge Lujan, the solarium is a cube with four sides of floor to...More
I originally booked this for 1 night in Aunties house since I had my 10 and 11 yr old boys with me. We had 2 rooms and I was excited there was no TV or WiFi. The main house is spectacular with old furnishings and...More
We have spent two very enjoyable days relaxing in this fine hotel where Mabel Dodge Luhan hosted Georgia O'Keefe, Willa Cather, Ansel Adams, along with many others. This is truly a birthplace of great art and truly worth exploring.
We visited Taos in July, and then returned in December with our daughter. We wanted her to see Mable Dodge Luhan's house, so we saw it again. I saw even more the second time, and both times, the study with the low windows enthralled me....More
For anyone with an interest in 20th c modern art and literature, Mabel hosted a whole lot of the most important figures of this period at this house, basically putting Taos on the art World nap. The place is special, and entering it almost feels...More
This Historic property in Taos provides a glimpse into the past and encourages focus on the present. The conference center and retreat provides rooms and community spaces in an environment made for meditation, yoga, artists, hippies, peace seekers, and writers. No less than a three...More
The history is fascinating and the architecture among my favorite in the world....the food served in the Spanish dining room is always superb & the tea & cookies always a treat. No tv or phones but there is one room where you can access wifi.
We spent one night at the Mabel Dodge. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, but this is a unique spot; not for everyone. It is rustic and old, so be prepared for creaky floors, etc. It has a spiritual flair; it is NOT a typical hotel...More