Certainly not the nicest place in town, but it has lots of rustic character, its affordable, quiet, close to the plaza, and is a good place for a family. We like it just the way it is! We have been staying at the Adobe Wall for many years - everytime we visit Taos.
The Adobe Wall is so charming. It was extremely clean, the price was great and the people (Ted and Donna) were wonderful to us and so helpful. We highly recommend staying here. It's within walking distance of Taos Plaza which is so convenient. Beautiful surroundings!!!
Just spent two nights at the Adobe Wall. It was great. Spacious rooms, clean and a wonderful courtyard with beautiful cottonwoods. Within easy walking distance to the plaza. We'll definitely stay again.
On the positive side the Adobe Wall is very low cost and the location is great, with big beautiful Cottonwood trees hovering over the property. Very easy walking distance to the square. Do not pay the extra $10 to stay away from the road, it is not worth it. We did not fell un-safe here and our reserved parking spot (each room has a reserved spot)was only 5 feet from the room.
On the negative side the staff is grumpy and unhelpful, when you can find them, and the rooms are pretty bad. The beds are uncomfortable and the bathrooms are tiny with rusted old sinks and nowhere to put your personal items. The toilet gets backed up all the time, hence the signs warning you of this. It is not really dirty but there are bugs and spiders everywhere.
This place crosses the line from charming to just plain bad, and in an almost funny way. There's a cool kiva fireplace but no firewood. It's more like rural Mexico except you can drink the water. But in rural Mexico it would only be $10 and the staff would be friendly.
My recommendation is find someplace else unless saving money on a room close to town is your only criteria. You get what you pay for.
This little motel is really a sleeper - a good price, great location, very quiet, clean and comfortable, beautiful setting. Very simple, no extras, but who needs them.Parking is tight but organized. The rooms are very artfully designed and comfortable. We've been there 3 times and are about to go back.
The parking isn't too great. Sort of tight but the rooms were clean. A lot of space for those of us who pack heavy. Off the beaten path. Walking distance to town and lots to see on the way. We've stayed here three times now. Not a bad place for the price.
For $45 a night we got a pleasant, cozy room with a kiva fireplace and a queen sized bed. This isn't a luxury place, but it was pleasant and well-located. The folks who run it are low-key, and I got all the towels I needed when I asked for more. For the price, it was a good deal, and you certainly can't find anywhere else in Taos with a fireplace for that price.
I recently spent a night at the adobe wall motel. I found it very reasonably priced,neat and comfertable. the room was decorated with a southwest style. I loved the extra large king size bed. the courtyard is beutiful with giant cottenwoods.
Raft the whitewaters of the world famous Taos Box. Float through the spectacular Chama river canyon and sleep under the
stars. Enjoy a traditional Pueblo Indian feast after floating a calm stretch of the Rio Grande with a native ...
Resort at Taos is located next to the former home of Nicolai Fechin, a local community of artists and is
a short walk to shops and restaurants. Taos, in north central New Mexico, has been a thriving artist community ...
Situated in the valley of a small tributary of the Rio Grande, this adobe settlement consisting of dwellings and
ceremonial buildings represents the culture of the Pueblo Indians of Arizona and New Mexico.