|Location||Paseo Del Pueblo Norte,|
Taos, New Mexico
|Area||1.5 acres (0.61 ha)|
|Architectural style||Pueblo, Colonial|
|NRHP reference #||82003341|
|Added to NRHP||February 5, 1982|
|Designated NMSRCP||April 3, 1981|
Taos Inn is an historic inn located in Taos, New Mexico. It is made up of several adobe houses dating from the 19th century, one of which was a home of Thomas "Doc" Martin which hosted the formative meeting of the Taos Society of Artists in 1915. After Doc's death, his widow Helen Martin converted the houses into a hotel, which opened on June 7, 1936 as Hotel Martin. The name was changed to "Taos Inn" by subsequent owners.
The Taos Inn was acquired by Imprint Hospitality group in January 2019.
Doc Martin's restaurant
Taos Inn is home to Doc Martin's, a restaurant located in the former offices of Doc Martin. as of December 2018[update] Doc Martin's has won 29 annual Wine Spectator magazine "Awards of Excellence".
Doc Martin's is famous for its Chile Rellenos and Award Winning Green Chile.
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