December 2021 by Terry B
Two stars because the restaurant was closed, the internet speed is 6-8 mbps and the rooms need some repair. It’s an older building but with a lot of class. Excellent front desk staff. However, as stated, it needs some upgrading. The internet is very slow and the rooms need some work. The ceiling in my room has some rain damage and it looks ugly and it's in need of repair. I would stay here again, but for a $200/night hotel....I would consider staying somewhere else as you have alot of choices in Taos. Alot of potential here that would be improved with minimal investment.
November 2021 by Jesus Rael
Location and history is really what sells this property. Shelley was awesome checking me in, and my room was clean. I had a hard time understanding the AC/heating, but thankfully I didn't need it too much in my room. I feel like the furniture could use some updating however, pieces weren't exactly matching each other and while I understand that this hotel is meant to evoke Taos' history, the furniture felt less like southwestern old charm and more like grandma's house.
November 2021 by Kathlyne Abrams
Our experience was terrible at best. Would never recommend this place. Felt like we were staying in a hostel instead of a $200.00 a night hotel.
November 2021 by Dennis Tuzzio
Slightly overpriced. Very clean room. Good, friendly front desk. But, shame on LaFonda Hotel for clipping paid customers for parking. Kinda chintzy. Internet so-so.
November 2021 by Amy McManigal
Gross. Room wasn’t clean by any measure. Tissue inside of the made-up bed, empty cigarette carton and tuffs of hair on the floor. Told the front desk and they simply said, that’s weird. Manager never called to try to make it right.
October 2021 by Robin Hunter
Super cute, cozy, comfy, historic and friendly. Love it!!
September 2021 by Jane Wang
It's a cozy not too big hotel with its own history. The employees and manager will make you feel like home.
September 2021 by melissa Oflaherty
They don't dust, no ac. If u have allergies, I do not suggest this place. The first floor smells like the employees smoke in the section by the back door. Disgusting
September 2021 by Crystal Anthony
Came back to the hotel around 12:15am. Could not get in. Front door locked ( not key card accessible) Called the hotel twice because the first call was routed to voicemail. Was told that the hotel is locked at 11. That we have to call to get in. Thank God my charger was In my car because my phone was dead. Was never informed of this upon checking in.
August 2021 by Cee Gee
I didn't stay here, but I love looking at it when I walk around Taos Plaza. This place looks just like what a Taos hotel should look like. There's a coffee shop in the lobby, accessible from the hotel and from the outside too. It would be so fun to stay here someday.
August 2021 by Pam Smith
What a treasure! This old hotel on the Plaza in the center of Taos is filled with history. It is a beautiful building smack in the middle of so many art galleries, stores, restaurants, etc. The staff was very friendly, from the front desk to the cleaning crew. The rooms are quite small, which is to be expected in a building this age, but they have plenty of comfortable common areas. Our room was equipped with a large flat screen tv, plenty of towels, Bath & Body works lotion, soap, shampoo, etc., and a coffee maker. We requested a fridge and got it (maybe they are in all rooms, I don't know). We're so glad we found this place and would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to stay within walking distance of so many fun shops.
August 2021 by 642aidanh
This place is great. Everyone is really friendly and the staff can help you with places to go and where places are located. Taos is amazing and they can help you with almost anything.Overall it’s amazing.
August 2021 by Silas Tautz
Our stay at the la Fonda was exceptional! The front desk staff was very helpful, the hotel was beautiful, and the chocolates and robes in our room was a very nice touch
August 2021 by 369jerrih
First of all the room we had looks nothing like the pictures shown on the website. Ours was VERY small, claustrophobic in fact. The young ladies at the coffee shop were not friendly. The gentleman who checked us in wasn't the most welcoming either. Joanne from one of the day shifts was friendly and nice. The other employees should learn from her. The restaurant on site was not open either. The hotel was clean. That is about the only good thing I have to say about this hotel. Last but not least, my husband's prescription sleeping pills turned up missing the last night we were there. Would not recommend this hotel at all. No fridge in room either
August 2021 by Susan M.
Love, love, love this hotel! My fiancé and I stayed 5 nights in late July. Delightful in every way. Friendly, helpful staff. Room was charming. Love the history. Fascinated by the "forbidden" D. H. Lawrence paintings. Don't get the postings about noise; we didn't hear a thing (though we WERE in a room in the back.) It wasn't hot in Taos, even in late summer, so their swamp cooler on the roof, an open window, and a ceiling fan made the room quite comfortable. The location is ideal; you can walk to practically everything. And we got a great rate through hotels.com. Lovely.