"If you're looking for a Bed & Breakfast with authentic charm and real history, don't miss La Doña Luz Inn in Taos, New Mexico." Family Fun Magazine

"The Essence of Old Taos"

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Delight in the ambience of our quaint and colorful 200 year-old adobe bed and breakfast lodging in Taos, New Mexico. Located in the heart of the historic downtown area, we are just a few steps off the old plaza. Park your car and explore on foot....... galleries, restaurants and museums are within easy walking distance.

The inn is richly decorated in the Taos tradition and features original fine art, authentic Native American and Spanish Colonial antiques and artifacts. Our unique accommodations will evoke a strong sense of place and history. A Taos bed and breakfast, that feels like no where else!

Enjoy dramatic sunsets from the Rainbow Room's rooftop deck and hot tub. Amenities include Indian-made adobe fireplaces, jacuzzi baths, kitchenette, refrigerators, cable TV w/HBO, VCRs and stereos. All rooms have private baths.

Hearty continental breakfasts are served in a flower-filled patio or during winter months, in the dining room near a warming fire in an adobe fireplace.

We are able to host small weddings, meetings and gatherings in our patio and common rooms. Or if really small....the rooftop deck!

Legendary Taos Ski Valley is just a short 20 minute drive. The ancient Taos Pueblo Indian Village is only 2 miles north. Historic Santa Fe is a scenic hour and a half drive south.

Plan to stay at La Doña Luz Inn, An Historic Taos Bed and Breakfast, where the flavor and romance of "Old Taos" set the stage for a pleasant and memorable stay.










 Recommended By:
The New York Times


USA Today Weekend

Featured in:
Honeymoon Magazine, Family Fun Magazine, The HistoricTraveler Magazine,
and on

The Travel Channel series
"Romantic Inns Of America"

An Inspected and Approved Member of the New Mexico Bed & Breakfast Association

Member of the Taos Bed and Breakfast Association

Member of the New Mexico Lodging Association


"Every wall in each of the 5 rooms of the 200 year old adobe structure has paintings, each surface a sculpture or artifact from earlier times." Art Times

"You cannot come to Taos without feeling that here is one of the chosen spots on Earth."
D.H. Lawrence



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La Doña Luz Inn
206 Des Georges Lane
Taos, New Mexico 87571

(888) 758-9060
(575) 758-9000

Copyright © 1998-2009 Paul C. Castillo Uploaded 9/12/2009

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Restaurant Food Delivery Service, parcel/package pick-up & drop off, personal shopping services. Focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction.

Don't feel like leaving your room? Call this guy!

 About The Inn 

Visit Our Rooms


 Events, things to do and links to our friends

  Family History, The Trading Post & Museum

La Doña Luz Inn
206 Des Georges Lane
Taos, New Mexico 87571

(888) 758-9060
(575) 758-9000


Formerly El Rincon Bed and Breakfast.

Copyright © 1999-2010 Paul C. Castillo Uploaded 07/18/2010