Charming Taos Lodging


Looking to see more of New Mexico? Take the High Road to Taos, a famous, winding road through the magnificent Sangre de Cristo Mountains going from Sante Fe to Taos. On this 56-mile byway you'll pass through forests, high desert, small farms, and villages to get a truly scenic view of the Land of Enchantment.

A historic Taos landmark, Sagebrush Inn opened in 1931 as a 17-room hotel, catering to guests traveling by carriage along the trade route between New York and Arizona.

Today, the newly restored Sagebrush Inn & Suites offers a mix of modern comforts and conveniences surrounded by historic Southwestern charm, featuring 156 graciously appointed guestrooms and suites, complimentary breakfast for all stays, onsite dining, meeting and event space, stunning vistas of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, and much more.

Stroll through the Inn's traditional Southwest grounds and spacious courtyards, enjoy a dip in the outdoor pool or hot tubs, or relax by our many kiva-style fireplaces. Gather your group and take advantage of the Inn's flexible 13,000 square feet of function space (the largest in town!). And don't miss the newly restored Sagebrush Grill & Cantina. This hotspot for locals and visitors alike offers an authentic Southwest dining experience, daily Happy Hour, live entertainment and much more.


Chief Security Officer
The Inn is always under the careful watch of our beloved Sheldon. Once a stray, Sheldon came to visit years ago and quickly made Sagebrush his home. He loves greeting our guests and hearing stories of their travels. His guard duties include napping fireside in The Cantina, roaming the grounds and entertaining our Front Desk team. He looks forward to meeting you during your visit!
This historic Taos inn features an abundance of Southwest charm, graciously appointed accommodations, complimentary breakfast and so much more.