SLEEP IN EUROPEAN STYLE
Known for its authentic German dining, The Bavarian isn't just an incredible restaurant. It also provides guests of Taos Ski Valley a fantastic lodging opportunity where the tranquility and solitude of the mountains allows for a getaway unlike anything else in Taos.
Authentic Bavarian antiques and objects d'art imbue the lodge with its distinctive alpine ambiance. Exquisite carved and painted detailing by Swiss artist Reto Messmer and local artist Kristin Bortles adds dimension and interest, creating an atmosphere that's both cozy and luxurious. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or a fun-filled family adventure, our well-appointed suites provide all the amenities you'll need for your stay at Taos Ski Valley.
This chalet is named for King Ludwig II's real-life fairy tale castle in Bavaria, the one that inspired Walt Disney to construct a similar one for Disneyland. Antique hunters-lodge furniture and trompe-l'oeil painting enhance the decor of this secluded three-bedroom, three-bath apartment. There's a full kitchen and a roomy living room, as well as a king-size bed, one queen and 2 twin beds. The chalet accommodates up to eight guests. Full breakfast included.
King Ludwig Suite
King Ludwig II of Bavaria was a legendary eccentric known for building extravagant fantasy castles, and he was much beloved by the peasants he ruled. This luxurious suite commemorates his predilection for fine surroundings with its elaborately painted, canopied, king-size bed in the master bedroom, commissioned specifically for the suite. There are also two twin beds in the large loft bedroom, a full kitchen, and a charming living room with a vaulted ceiling that opens onto a sunny balcony with an unobstructed view of the vast Kachina Peak. The pièce de resistance is the spacious, spa-like bathroom featuring marble throughout and a large Jacuzzi soaking tub. The suite accommodates up to four guests. Full breakfast is included.
Lola Montez Suite
Lola Montez was a famous dancer, actress, courtesan, and mistress of King Ludwig I who was rumored to be the power behind the throne during their affair. In keeping with her reputation as an exotic seductress, her namesake suite exudes an air of romance via its rosy color scheme and intricate chandeliers. The queen bed downstairs occupies a raised platform, while the loft houses two single beds. A marble bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub completes the suite, which accommodates two to four guests. Full breakfast included.