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The Motel is an older motel. All of tha County employees that attended a summer conference stayed there. They were very accomdating for our group. Some of the rooms had both microwave and refrigator. There were no coffee pots in the room. They allowed one...More
Very disappointing motel. Appeared to have been built in the 50s or 60s with just a few renovation upgrades since then. Window AC was not in bedroom, but in lavatory area instead, so the room could be warm. Had old ceiling fan over bed. Definitely...More
Stayed 1 night at the hotel, thank goodness not more. Carpet grossly dirty with spills and/or many pet stains. Non-smoking room requested but was put in a room that was overpowered by cigarette stench, walls were stained yellow with nicotine. Sheets old and stained. Only...More
Dirty bedspreads ,no towels no t paper, took 4 hours for house keeping to respond, old candy in refrigerator, no water pressure, dirty microwave. Had to call twice for Service. When checking out we were offered refund, then they billed for entire amount on credit...More
We stayed 3 nights at the Kachina Lodge for a small convention recently. The group we were with is primarily fixed income people who are sensitive to price, and only 2 hotels in Taos met the needs for the size of the group. That being...More
US$67 - US$125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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What is the hotel phone number? Web site has a "direct Singapore number"!! or something like that
19 September 2014|
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Response from BigWesterner | Reviewed this property |
You probably placed a 6 or 7 before the real number by accident. That's the only way to dial an international phone number. Same for calling in to Mexico.
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Nothing already stayed there it was grows will never stay there again they rent to long term guests with drug problems that overdose in rooms and houskeepers joke about it .they should clean those filthy rooms instead of gossiping.Cheryl is just as bad and is VERY RUDE