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Recent New Mexico reviews

  • Beautiful

    "This place was perfect! The house was very clean and comfortable, and an easy walk to the plaza. Don was very responsive. We will definitely stay again if we come to Taos in the future!"
    Guest: Hillary H. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 28, 2016
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  • Close to town, Clean

    "Close walk to town and easy parking. Nothing too special but this was exactly what we were looking for since we wanted to be by the plaza and the place easily slept 6. Only stayed one night and after the cleaning fee, taxes, etc. the price was about double the price vrbo originally quoted. Tod was very nice and the rooms were clean. I would recommend this to any group looking to stay in Sante Fe near the plaza ."
    Guest: Oliver O. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 2, 2016
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  • Perfect Hideaway

    "My husband and I stayed here mid-October. The views from this cute house were beautiful as the colors of fall had arrived in force especially driving down to the main road past the river and mountains. Wow. The house was super comfortable, clean and welcoming. It's off the beaten path but once you've found it, it's easy to get to and close to a gas station, store (Bode's) that sells provisions and also has a little cafe. Close to O'Keefe's studio too, so take that in as well."
    Guest: Andrea H. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 6, 2016
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  • The perfect spot! A cozy, private haven within walking distance of great restaurants, & shopping.

    "My husband and I just returned from a two week stay at Casa La Vita; it suited us perfectly. The layout is open, yet cozy. It is comfortably furnished and has some wonderful examples southwestern artwork. While the casa is part of a complex and shares a common courtyard, we found it to be both quiet and private. There are several lovely spots to sit and relax including the two balconies and the walled garden off the master suite. Another asset is that the views from the kitchen, dining room, and sitting area face west affording a great view of some wonderful sunsets. The master bedroom suite is quite large with a huge closet including a washer and dryer tucked into one corner - very convenient! While staying here, we often walked to the local shops, museums, and restaurants. Although we had a car it was nice not to have to worry about parking. The walk back to the casa does include an uphill stint on Otero. We noticed it, but it wasn’t that much of a challenge – and were senior citizens. In addition to visiting the local sites, like the Georgia O'Keefe Museum and the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (both highly recommended), we also went on some longer forays. Bandelier National Monument, Ghost Ranch, Los Alamos, Taos, the Earthship Biotecture, and the Turquoise Trail were adventures easily accomplished within a day. Often after having spent the day exploring, we decided to return to the sanctuary of the casa and have dinner in the comfort of "our home". We found the kitchen had everything we needed rather we were just having coffee in the morning or making dinner in the evening. An added plus to all of this is Richard. Whenever we had a question he always got right back to us with just what we needed to know. Next time we are in Santa Fe we will definitely return to Casa La Vita!"
    Guest: Katherine T. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 2, 2016
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