Delight in the ambiance of our quaint and colorful 200 year-old adobe inn. Located in the heart of the historic downtown area, we’re just a few steps off the old plaza. Park your car and explore on foot....... galleries, restaurants and museums are within easy walking distance. Resplendent with original fine art, authentic Native American and Spanish Colonial antiques and artifacts, our unique accommodations will evoke a strong sense of place and history. Your host, Paul "Paco" Castillo is the grandson of Ralph Meyers, well known artist and the "good white trader" in Frank Waters’ classic, The Man Who Killed The Deer. An accomplished jeweler, he creates exceptional, one-of-a-kind pieces for collectors and even a few movie sets! Paco has lovingly restored the Inn, drawing on his lifelong exposure to the "Old Taos" aesthetic. Enjoy dramatic sunsets from the Rainbow Room's private rooftop deck and hot tub, the highest point in the downtown area! Hearty continental breakfasts are served in a flower-filled patio or during winter months, in the dining room near a warming fire in an adobe fireplace. Recommended by The New York Times and USA Today. Featured on The Travel Channel series “Romantic Inns Of America”. Amenities include adobe fireplaces, Jacuzzi baths, refrigerators, microwaves, cable TV w/HBO, DVD players and iPod docks. Free wireless internet and onsite parking. All our rooms have private baths. "The Essence of Old Taos"