A Retreat, A Tribute, A Sanctuary 


Palacio de Marquesa sits tucked under stately trees in a quiet neighborhood just blocks from Taos' plaza and major Taos arts attractions. It is a retreat, a sanctuary and a tribute to remarkable women artists who called Taos and Northern New Mexico home.

The Spanish-style adobe main house of our authentic Taos inn dates to the early 20th century, but inside it boasts modern amenities and contemporary decor.
Contemporary Decor Sleek Lines
Each of our eight luxury rooms celebrates the unique spirits and contributions artists including Georgia O'Keeffe, Millicent Rogers, Dorothy Brett, Agnes Martin, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Gene Kloss and Martha Reed.

Inside you'll find sleek lines and a refined palette of silver and ivory accented with bold blues or reds designed by Adriana Long. Her designs are also seen inside Albuquerque's top club Casa Esencia, the posh Azul Ultralounge in Las Cruces.

Furnishings and decor feature elements of brushed nickel, distressed leather and canopy beds are found within of rooms. Each room is a celebration of unique talent and creative leadership. Wing-backed white leather chairs settled around warm fireplaces, old-fashioned telephones and distinctive artwork give our rooms a unique look and feel in Taos.

Decor elements in our rooms as well as in our community rooms were lovingly created by members of the strong and innovative artist community in the Taos area.


Custom Illustrated Portraits by Audrey Bell Remarkable Women of Taos
Each of our Taos hotel rooms has a custom illustrated portrait of the remarkable woman it honors. These beautiful portraits were created by New Mexican artist Audrey Bell just for this project. 

Our Diva Room, inspired by fashion designer Martha Reed, features beautiful viga ceilings found in traditional New Mexico homes as well as a skylight. The bold orange saltillo tile flooring provides a stunning visual contrast. The private bathroom features white marble. Learn more about this room.

Our Icon Room pays tribute to Georgia O'Keeffe, known as the Mother of American Modernism. The pine wood flooring compliments the traditional viga ceiling. A skylight lets in natural lighting, and French doors lead to our garden area. The private, white marble bathroom also features a skylight. Learn more about this room.
Romantic Room Celebrating Artist Dorothy Brett
Our Illuminator Room honors the legacy of Gene Kloss, who developed innovative new printmaking techniques and was known as the artistic translator and interpreter of the Southwest. This lovely room features dark tile flooring, a viga ceiling and a kiva-style fireplace. This room also includes a private, white marble bathroom. Learn more about this room.

Mabel Dodge Luhan, an arts afficionado and social activist who hosted numerous prominent artists and thinkers in her Taos home, inspired our Matriarch Suite. This beautiful two-room suite includes a library-style sitting room and a bedroom opening onto a private, walled patio. French doors allow for a beautiful garden vire. The large, kiva-style fireplace matches perfectly the wood flooring and viga beamed ceiling. A wrought-iron Spanish-style king bed adds an element of grandeur. The room also features a private, white marble bathroom. Learn more about this room.
Our Modernist Room pays homage to one of the great painters Abstract Expressionist period - Agnes Martin. This inviting room includes a kiva-style fireplace, viga ceilings and a private, marble bathroom with a skylight. This room is adjacent to a beautiful, grand willow tree that has graced Taos for more than a century. Learn more about this room.

Our Romantic Room was inspired by Dorothy Brett, whose paintings reflect the feminine nature of the landscape and true essence of the inhabitants of the Taos landscape. The skylight set in the viga ceiling lets in beautiful natural light onto the bright saltillo tile flooring. This room also features a private, marble bathroom with a skylight. Learn more about this room. 
The "Standard Oil Heiress" and prominent New York socialite Millicent Rogers inspired our Socialite Suite I & Socialite Suite II. Millicent moved to Taos and was captivated by the scenic beauty and Native American culture in Taos letting it influence her ascetic as a fashion icon, jewelry designer and art collector. 

The two suites share a private entranceway and patio and a separate breakfast area may be shared.

Socialite Suite I boasts a gas-log fireplace, an arched picture window overlooking a patio and flower beds and a private, marble bathroom. Learn more about this room.

Socialite Suite II features a gas fireplace and a private, marble bathroom with a jetted soaking tub and separate, two-person shower. Learn more about this room.