Camp out at Hotel Luna Mystica & Starlight Campground

Added by Jake Fagan

Hotel Luna Mystica is a one of a kind campsite/hotel. There is plenty of trailers that you can rent, all with amazing views

Located just Northwest of Taos, New Mexico you can find Hotel Luna Mystica. This is a one of a kind "hotel" site, which is just a site where you can rent out old but renovated trailers to stay in. Have you ever wanted to get a taste of the RV/Trailer life? this is the perfect place to do so. Located right next door is Taos Mesa Brewing Company that often has live music, trivia, and other activities to do at night. other than that, there is not much else around. you will receive a free pint of beer for each night stayed at Hotel Luna Mystica that is redeemable at the brewery, as well as some coffee for your mornings. trailers come in all shapes and sizes, suitable for any party size/needs. There is a patio on attached to each trailer for a great place to relax outside and look at the gorgeous Rocky Mountain View. the stars are great on clear nights. there are also 2 shower houses located on site as well. some of the bigger trailers do have showers/bathrooms in them, but they are small and can run out of hot water if more than one person needs to shower. each trailer also has its own fire ring out side of the trailer, with firewood available to purchase on site. There is many activities to do around Hotel Luna mystic such as the Taos Pueblos, Rio Grande George Bridge, and local hot springs. on site as well is a campground where you can pitch a tent if you want to as well. there is Wifi on site so you don't have to worry about that. Overall, it as a great atmosphere to be in with like-minded people around you. 

For more information, pictures, or to book your stay, visit their site at Hotel Luna Mystica 

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Chillin
Camping
Photography
Adult Beverages
Bathrooms
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Forest
Groups
Hot Springs
Picnic Area
River
Romantic
Scenic
Wildlife
Swimming Hole

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Beyond my Expectations

Finding this place took a little more ingenuity, as it's definitely out of the way and off the beaten path. I was in desperate need of some quiet time, and this glamping venue popped up when I was plotting my course between Santa Fe and Utah. I'm obsessed with vintage campers, so I was totally enamored with this lodging concept. This place exceeded my expectations and then some. If you are looking for a way to experience the mesa in a bit of vintage camping style, then you found the perfect place. I really don't want to post a review, because I was this hidden gem to stay ... hidden. As I rolled up, disoriented and unsure, I was greeted by the owner who couldn't have been more chill and nice. I even got a HUG and two drink tickets for the brewery next door. I stayed in Castor, a sweet little camper on the edge of the grounds facing the Taos ski resort and woah, those sun rises, wowsa! I had many plans to explore the area but something else happened... I was overwhelmed with inspiration and started writing a new book in my little sweet trailer! Hurrah! The magic and enchantment of the area has some sweet healing properties, and I think it is fair to say Castor (my camper) is my new muse. The accommodations were surprisingly luxurious, the bed was so comfy with lots of pillows and gushy comforter, I even had a private toilet / bathroom / shower to use. SCORE! I had read somewhere about packing food, and so glad I did. I noshed on tasty treats while enjoying the sunshine and blue skies and mountains ranges all around. Check out the brewery next door, the beers were underwhelming but the atmosphere and entertainment were both top notch. I even caught a killer band and a two step dance night while I was there. Already plotting my return, this is my new go to chill spot away from 'reality' as I understand it. A dreamy getaway and as private or as social as you'd like it to be.

Amazing

The staff is a great and will help you for whatever you need. We stayed in March and one space heater wasn't enough at night, and they had no problem hooking us up with another. Showers are the best I have ever seen, it looks like a shower from an actual house and is well maintained/cleaned. views, convince, and overall experience there is incomparable to anything else. They are pretty new, so they will be continuously adding new trailers and updating existing ones.

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