Ratings based on 1,244 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.3 out of 5
58% of guests recommend
3.3 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
2.9 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2out of 5
by A verified traveller from michigan

Avoid this dated motel

Posted 12-May-2016
This is an old motel that sorely in need of improvements. The halls were dingy. The rooms are dated. The TV was dated with poor reception. The Internet was worthless.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller

Hotel near Taos Pueblo

Posted 08-May-2016
Pros: History, totem pole in restaurant, nice staff.
Location: Right in the heart of it all: Taos Pueblo, restaurants, shops, etc.
A lot of noise come through the ceiling and walls. The air conditioner was very loud and cycles on/off often. Parking right in front of room is convenient. Room was clean. Bathroom needs some TLC.
2out of 5
by A verified traveller

not satisfied stay at Kachina Lodge

Posted 30-Apr-2016
Pros: closeness to shops and restaurants.
Cons: get more help for front staff and security.
Location: shopping and restaurants.
was not satisfied due to staffing and room above was noisey through out night for entire stay. lodge did not have security and only one person at front who could not provide requests. requested lighting fix outside room 167 and by the last night still the same-no fix. ice machine near office not working!
2out of 5
by A verified traveller from unalaska AK

Nice place and people but no maintainance

Posted 27-Mar-2016
Hot tub and shower area crumbling and dirty. Lack of Maint And staff to take care of it. Very friendly and helpful staff but not enough of them this lack Of care obviously comes from the top Kicks coffee shop and restaurant awesome. Rooms need to be updated. 2 stars at best
1out of 5
by A verified traveller from Las Cruces, NM

Overpriced and loud

Posted 23-Mar-2016
This motel is loud, with poor sound barriers. You have to walk to another building to get ice. The TV was ancient and had only basic cable. The free breakfast was awful. The room was not ready when I arrived. I managed to get another one, but was lucky as they were running hours behind in getting rooms ready. Staff was curt.
2out of 5
by A verified traveller from Denver, CO

Kachina Lodge Taos, NM

Posted 17-Mar-2016
Pros: Location. It's within walking distance to eateries nearby, thankfully as we thought there was a restaurant/lounge on-site when we booked the room.
Cons: Open the lounge and restaurant to serve your guests during their stay. Fix the hot tub and hot water issue.
There isn't a bar/lounge in this lodge as advertised on the site. The restaurant is only open for breakfast. The hot tub was out of order during our stay which may be the cause of no hot water running to our hotel room. Hotel room had paint peeling from the walls and ceiling giving the room an overall feel of being dirty. Very disappointed.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller

You get what you pay for

Posted 15-Mar-2016
Our stay was $70/night. We were skiing Taos. The room was outdated; most notably the box TV with no high def (which doesn't matter a whole lot to me). But the bathroom was awful. The paint was peeling from the wall. The shower had an shampoo and soap dispenser. And the face cloths were so worn the edges were frayed. The room felt clean though. Breakfast was included but it was full service. Unlike the buffet type style that you usually see at hotels. The food wasn't great. And all the tables were dirty when we arrived.
1out of 5
by A verified traveller

Awful hotel

Posted 15-Mar-2016
Ants crawling on me in the bathroom, heater did not work, fan was extremely loud, took 3 flushes to flush anything down the toilet. Service was awful in the restaurant, had to ask to clean a table to sit down, 1 server. Do not stay here!
5out of 5
by A verified traveller

No frills-- except the cute breakfast

Posted 10-Mar-2016
I personally love staying here because it is quaint, simple and rustic. Old building within walking distance of plaza and nice park with a walking trail. Heated pool open during warmer months. And the hot Mexican (or oatmeal/toast) breakfast is always a lovely start to the day. Staff is super friendly except when they get frazzled when it's really swamped.
4out of 5
by A verified traveller from New York

Quaint old-style motel with southwestern flavor.

Posted 08-Mar-2016
Pros: Comfortable bed, clean room, decent made-to-order breakfast.
Cons: There was wide-screen TV w local channels but had trouble figuring out the Roku setup. Ended up using my laptop and my own broadband to watch Netflix.
Location: Ate at a Mexican Restaurant nearby based upon Yelp reviews. Local, authentic, no frills, decent food and polite service. Could have walked.
Comfortable beds, good cleanliness, pleasant grounds, welcoming staff, made to order breakfast. It was a motel with breakfast. OK for this ski trip with my sons. Usually stay a bit more upscale but this was quite suitable for the purpose. Would stay here again.