Welcoming the

Summer Season

come and visit

Inn on the Rio

Progressing into

the "Next Normal"

First, the Inn is open. Google Maps is correct. However, Apple Maps is incorrect; the Inn is not "permanently closed." We have tried and continue to try to correct the error. Perhaps Apple is unhappy with us because we have Samsung phones.

The monsoon rains started on June 16th. Very good news for the fires and New Mexico's drought. The Hermits Peak and Calf Canyon fire is south and east of Taos, an hour's plus driving time. The fire is 93% contained. The firefighters are doing clean-up work and taking equipment out of the burn zone.

Finally, the pool is open for the season. The monsoonal pattern has started (June 16th) and we have had some very showery days. Currently (July 7th), the water temperature is 80ish degrees. We are sorry to say the hot tub is still out of service. We have rebuilt the utility structure and continue to chase down leaks within the mechanics and order the needed equipment. No opening date at this time.

In this unique time, your Innkeepers continue to adapt the way we Inn-keep. Below are a few highlights:

* When entering the lobby, we are not requiring a mask to check-in and inquiry about Taos "to dos." Your Innkeepers and staff will wear a mask when indoors for the near future.
* Breakfast is served between the hours of 8:00 - 9:00 a.m.
* The hot tub is closed, sorry. A weather event damage the hot tub's utility structure and equipment. Currently, there is not an opening date.
* The pool is open for the Summer season.
* We will offer daily housekeeping only with prior notice from the guest.

Through the Summer season our nightly rate range, for two persons, is $159.00 - $200.00/night plus tax.

New Mexico is not back to "business as usual." The Inn, Taos and New Mexico continue to experience operational nuisances. Parts of Carson National Forest have re-opened. Some favorite trails, in the Taos area, are again open. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) property is availability for outdoor recreation.
Please, always check with your "to dos" and restaurants directly prior to your Taos visit.

The New Mexico's Department of Health last update was June 8, 2022. New Mexican officials have rescinded the mask mandate, for most situations, when indoors. Municipalities and businesses may choose their own mask policy. For additional information, please visit New Mexico Department of Health's or New Mexico Department of Tourism's website.

When you do visit, we can suggest Taos' dining options, area hikes or outdoor Taos exploration. Spend a day walking the Taos Blue Line, created by your Innkeeper, Robert, to discover Taos is more than the Plaza.

I will continue to update the Inn's information. Please do not hesitate to call, (575) 758-7199, if you have pressing questions.

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