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We stayed one night while traveling through NM. Our room (the Taos) was $149.00, more than we normally would spend, but we figured it was supposed to be a charming B&B with a nice breakfast, etc. The young man at the desk was very helpful;...More
This was our first and favorite place that we stayed on a week long road trip across the southwest. The casitas are adorable, clean, well-decorated, and very private. It was so soothing to get in from the airport and feel like we were in our...More
Spiders throughout! Skunks under casitas. The smell was awful! The owners really have a "don't care" attitude! Out of 18 casitas our wedding party booked all but 2-5 rooms. (Conflicting amounts based opon which half wit you got at the front desk!) Treated everyone with...More
We were at the end of our long driving vacation around NM & made a last minute decision to spend our last night in Albuquerque near Old Town before flying home the next day. It's a good thing we stayed here our last night rather...More
You never really know what you're going to get when you book an older hotel. You know - what's quaint to one person is just old to another!
The Casas de Suenos is an older complex, built around a lovely courtyard with grass, trees, and...More
We do not have a bar on site. There are several bars in the Old Town Historic District just a couple of block away including Seasons, High Noon and the QBar.
Casas de Senos
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"If you have any disability or limited range of motion, make sure you get a room without a clawfoot tub."