Early March is about the time when cabin fever starts to strike. Students are dreaming of Spring Break and summer vacations, and people in colder climates all over the world are planning for their next great escape. If you’re stumped on where to point your compass next, consider a Taos New Mexico vacation. El Pueblo Lodge guarantees the best in local lodging while also providing the perfect jumping off point for daily adventures in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
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Winter is winding down here in Taos, New Mexico, but that doesn’t mean the seasonal fun and excitement of our favorite time of year is coming to an end. March brings warmer weather and a flurry of end-of-season festivities to Taos, and El Pueblo Lodge is the perfect spot to call home for a few days during your spring vacation. The warm daytime weather of late March is perfect for taking advantage of your hotel with BBQ in New Mexico, and you will be thrilled to have a New Mexico hotel with a Jacuzzi for those chilly spring nights in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
It’s hard to believe that spring is almost upon us. As the days get longer and the air gets ever so slightly warmer don’t be too quick to pack away your ski gear. Spring often provides some of the best skiing of the year, with the snowpack at its deepest get and comfortable temperatures across the mountain. El Pueblo Lodge maintains its reputation as the top skier accommodation in Taoslate into the season so, as March Break quickly approaches for schools across the country, reserve your room today for the best ski vacation imaginable. When preparing, consider these four tips so you can make the most of your ski vacation with El Pueblo Lodge.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and, if you haven’t already, it’s time to start thinking about how to put an exclamation point on your perfect Taos Valentines Weekend. You have already chosen the perfect accommodation by booking a room at El Pueblo Lodge, and you are certain to impress that special someone with a day exploring the many secrets of the awe-inspiring Sangre de Cristo Mountains. All that is left is a romantic dinner and, lucky for you, there is no shortage of options when it comes to fine dining in Taos. Here are a few of our local favorites. They are all great so don’t hesitate – tables are sure to fill up quick! (more…)
Winter is often associated with dormancy, quietude, and nothingness. Colder temperatures drive even the hardiest of people indoors, and it is often assumed that all organisms in the natural world are similarly avoiding the often-demanding winter in Taos. Eking out winter survival will be the last thing on your mind from your cozy accommodations in the El Pueblo Lodge, but being nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains offers you the incredible opportunity to explore the surprisingly lively winter environment. While you may be more comfortable in the El Pueblo hot tub, there are many organisms that are surviving the cold just fine over the course of winter in Taos. Zip up that jacket, put on a hat and gloves and take to the trails to explore the wonders of winter ecology in Taos!