You’ll Never Forget Your Stay At The Oldest Hotel In New Mexico

What makes an establishment the oldest hotel in the state? Is it the hotel that’s currently housed in the oldest building or one on a site where there has been some form of hotel for centuries? While those certainly qualify a hotel as historical, it isn’t enough. We expected the Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas or the Palace Hotel in Silver City to earn this title. However, the oldest building in New Mexico that has always functioned as a hotel is actually Hotel La Fonda de Taos.

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