Staying in Taos can range from a cheap and easy hostel to a standard hotel room, to a luxurious Bed and Breakfast to an earthship!
And yes, you’ve got some other options nowadays including Airbnb and vacation rentals. We’ll cover all the bases, give you some tips on the different areas of town based on your plans, and provide you with a list of places to stay while you’re in Taos.
When looking at rates, you’ll notice seasonal differences. Low season is Oct 15 – May 14 and high season is May 15 – Oct 14. Holidays usually have higher rates than high season.
Taos isn’t huge, so you don’t need to worry too much about whether you’re north or south of town. You can easily get across town in about 15 minutes if you know the back roads. And if you’d like to stay out on the mesa in an earthship, you can quickly make it around town and south to Ranchos de Taos by taking Blueberry Hill Rd (20 minutes).