Ratings based on 1,379 Verified Reviews

3.2 out of 5
58% of guests recommend
3.3 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
2.9 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
4out of 5
Recommended
for Families
by A verified traveller

Close to ski areas.

Posted 20-Mar-2017
Pros: Location. Quiet.
Location: In the middle of it all.
Breakfast at the Blue Mountain Cafe was great. Room was what we were looking for.
Comment from Hotel Management
20-Mar-2017 by W. Dean Koop, General Manager and Owner, Hotel Management
To Anonymous on Expedia: Thank you for the nice comments about your stay at the Kachina Lodge Resort Hotel. We appreciate your patronage. Also passed comments on to the Blue Mountain Cafe.
2out of 5
by A verified traveller from Albuquerque NM

Older facility that has potential but doesn't

Posted 06-Mar-2017
Thin pillows no shampoo even after requested. Old facility w/minimal amenities. I would stay at el Puebla across the street for similar price!
4out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Enid, OK

Great location

Posted 16-Feb-2017
Basic "no frills" hotel, friendly staff, clean & quiet. On site restaurant is very good. Walking distance to other restaurants & shops.
Comment from Hotel Management
28-Feb-2017 by W. Dean Koop, General Manager and Owner, Hotel Management
To Jimbob on Expedia: Thank you for your nice comments - hope you will visit us again soon. W. Dean Koop, Owner and Genera Manager
5out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from York, Pennsylvania

Authentically New Mexico

Posted 14-Jan-2017
Loved the historic mid-century interpretation of authentically New Mexico architecture and decor.
Comment from Hotel Management
23-Feb-2017 by W. Dean Koop, General Manager and Owner, Hotel Management
To Anonymous on Expedia This place is your place! We're the Taos Native American style. We're elated about the authentic comments about the unique architectures and decor of our hotel.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller

Taos architectural style.

Posted 14-Jan-2017
Pros: It has an interesting facade.
Cons: This motel needs updated. The owner's need to spend some money on this property.
Location: Lots of restaurants and things to do nearby and in Taos.
Roof leaked on bed the third night after it rained. Moved to another room. Key cards to second room never worked after the first use. Never had wi-fi in room anytime during our stay. The lobby did have wi-fi. Web site info and real life practices do not match. There was a thermostat in the room does not appear to actually work. We turned ours down to the the lowest setting and the temperature in the room in the middle of the night and for the majority of the night was 82 degrees in both rooms.
4out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Abq, NM

A go to for short stays!

Posted 07-Jan-2017
This is our "go to" hotel for short snowboarding trips to Taos. The rooms have the basic necessities we need: bed, heat, microwave, toilette, and tv. Not recommended if you you are looking for high class decor, toiletries, and amenities. The only thing that kept me from giving this hotel an "excellent" rating is there is No coffee pot in the room and they changed from offering a complimentary breakfast to only a 50% discount.
5out of 5
by Donald W

Posted 29-Dec-2016 on Hotels
The city was beautifully decorated, particularly the plaza. I loved the luminarias or faralitos lining the walks and buildings.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller from Colorado

Centrally located

Posted 28-Dec-2016
Pros: The coffee shop.
Cons: Attention to maintenance of lights and ice.
Location: Walking distance to Plaza and shopping.
Assigned 2 rooms, neither was cleaned or ready. 3rd room had no outside light - pitch black. Icy and no salt/sand. We asked for lights (got it) and sand. Got dirt. No amenities - frig or microwave or in room coffee. Maid never came even when we put the sign out. We emptied our own trash after 2 days. Rug was gross. Base of toilet had urine from previous guests.
1out of 5
by Rebeca

Avoid it if you can afford to stay elsewhere.

Posted 27-Dec-2016 on Hotels
Breakfast was supposed to be at 7:30-10:00 AM, but on the day of our stay the restaurant did not open before 9:30. The woman who checked us in did not advise us of this fact and we scrambled to get breakfast before our hike. It was really annoying.
4out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Waco, TX

$79 per night

Posted 24-Dec-2016
Stayed during snow storm to do some skiing. Wifi is only good close to lobby area. You park right in front of your room, no stairs to climb. Excellent diner for breakfast and lunch. Motel has a long family history. Staff was very friendly.