Checking Out A Room With Four Views In Snowy Taos
Spotted in New Mexico today: one of the raddest hotel rooms, view-wise, that you may ever have the pleasure of staying in.
This is the Solarium room at the Mabel Dodge Luhan House in Taos, New Mexico. It's rad for a couple of reasons - firstly, because it's the only house with three stories in Taos, so you can see for miles, and second, because it's the old sun roof when it was an actual house, so it's glass-walled on all four sides. Which makes for some truly killer views of Taos and the mountains around it - particularly when it's snowing, as it is now.
A view from the least spectacular side
Sadly the Solarium was booked when we stayed last night - we'll let you know more about our stay another time - but we were allowed to sneak up and check it out this morning. How awesome is it?
The only thing we're consoling ourselves with is that there are no curtains, and waking up at dawn would have been a killer. Albeit a beautiful killer.
The Solarium costs from $125 a night for two people, including a pretty magnificent breakfast.