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As a popular year-round destination for arts, culture and mountain activities, Taos plays host to every budget. If you’d like to avoid breaking the bank on your next ski vacation, Taos should be a top of mind choice. Taos also offers an exceptional natural grocery store, Cid’s Food Market on Paseo Del Pueblo, offers organic, local produce and meat at a reasonable price, so you can save some money on dining out by buying your groceries here and cooking back at the condo.
Below you’ll find Ski.com’s pick for top Taos budget hotels and condos. To learn more about these properties, call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.
Save your hard earned money and stay at the Comfort Suites. Each of the spacious one-bedroom suites features traditional Southwestern décor and handcrafted furniture. Save even more with Comfort Suites’ complimentary deluxe-continental breakfast. The Comfort Suites® hotel is\ located just 15 minutes from the Taos Pueblo village. Taos Ski Valley and the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge are both just a short drive away.
Unlike many other ski towns, you don’t have to spend an arm and leg when dining out at Taos. The many authentic Mexican and Southwest restaurants provide affordable—and exceptional—dining. North of Taos you’ll find Food Network-famous Orlando’s. Bobby Flay’s “Food Nation” show once visited this laidback establishment and hailed their Northern New Mexican cuisine. For authentic Mexican, Guadalajara Grill is the place to go. It’s affordable and it’s so good they opened up another location. You can enjoy one of their classic medium burritos for under $5.
If you’re perusing around Taos Plaza and in need of some lunch, head to Rellenos, which is just south of the Plaza area. The Relleno en Nogada is not to be missed. And if you’re on the hunt for Taos best pizza—which is an always a tasty, cheap option—you’ll want to head to Pizano’s on Taos Ski Valley Road. It’s locale near the resort makes it a great place for an après ski slice and a beer.
To learn more about Taos budget ski vacations call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.