1. Amanda Black

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    I am a loyal Hampton guest and travel an average of 10 nights each month for work. Although the sighn says Hampton this location is more like a Motel 6. The peeling bathtub and grungy carpets are just the start of the issues here. I wish I’d read reviews before booking but didn’t know I needed to.

  2. April Young

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    Stayed over Memorial Day May 2014: Heard they were renovating rooms. Must have completed ours as it was on 1st floor. Looked new & clean. Perfect. Best free WiFi connection I’ve ever experienced in a motel. Staff very friendly. Breakfast room very nice with cozy chairs, couch, bar, excellent breakfast buffet which changed slightly every day (we stayed 3 days). We visit Taos, NM frequently & this is the best motel we have stayed in there. Highly recommend it !

  3. Lindsey Lou Mason

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    Like a motel 8. The room smelled.the bathtub was peeling. The light fixture in the bathroom was falling out and breakfast was cold. Live Hampton inn and it is our go to branch however this is the worst I’ve ever stayed at. Its not up to the Hilton standards we love. Its like a motel 8 put up a hilton sign to get customers.

  4. A Google User

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    I recently made my way into the Taos, NM area and needed a place to stay. While driving into the area, I passed The Hampton Inn and noticed the outside pool area so I decided to pull in and get a closer look. When I entered, I was immediately “welcomed” to the hotel by several of the employees. I also noticed that they had an “entertainment” area with food and beverages offered. I asked if I could get something to drink, and I was offered my choice of several beverages, coffee, which I desperately needed as well as an offering of “breakfast”. Hesitant at first, because I wasn’t a “customer”, YET, I did help myself to a waffle which I “made” myself and it was wonderful. After a quick bite, I asked about the pool and found out they also had a “hot tub” and a fitness room to boot. I asked if I could take a look and the Manager gladly walked me through to see the “amenities”……After a pleasant conversation and a couple of “stories” about the surrounding area and “the sights to see”, I decided to reserve a room for a couple of nights to see the area. To say I was thoroughly pleased with the service and the hospitality would be an understatement…..I was given a few “suggestions” for places to visit as well as restaurants to try and again, I was very pleased with the choices. So pleased in fact that I’m making arrangements to head on up to Taos as quickly as I can to check out some activities like the river rafting and maybe even biking “The Enchanted Circle”…..If you’re not familiar with it……look it up, it’s well worth the drive…..My special THANKS to Raymond, the Manager, for his ideas and suggestions. Can’t wait to try the second half of your “suggestions” on my next trip up…..See you soon!!!!!

  5. A Google User

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    Stayed there for 4 nights starting 2-16-2012 thru 2-20-12. Night 1 heater didn’t work. Reported it the next day and it was fixed by the time we got back from skiing. Night 3, no hot water. Reported it to the front desk around 6:00 pm. Was basically told the problem wasn’t big enough to them to fix that night. Still didn’t have hot water at 7:30 am the next morning. The water was fixed by that afternoon, sometime. Reported the problem to Hampton Inn’s customer service. Was told the hotel had 3 days to respond. Never heard back from the hotel. Reported this to customer service and was told by them that the hotel staff did contact me and refund some money. This was a TOTAL LIE. The staff here are completely DISHONEST.