A Taos historical landmark since 1936, this inn is the New Mexicaniest of all New Mexican hotels. Don't believe us? The 44 spacious rooms are all decorated differently. They do, however, all feature pueblo-style fireplaces. Some rooms have wood-beamed ceilings, canopy beds, dark wood armoires and large headboards. At the in-house eatery, Doc Martin's, chef Zippy White cooks up Southwest-accented fare that pairs well with the 400-bottle wine list.