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Historic Taos Inn is acquired by Colorado-based company

The Associated Press
January 08, 2019 04:33 PM

TAOS, N.M. (AP) - The Historic Taos Inn in New Mexico is changing ownership hands after 29 years.

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IMPRINT Hospitality, a Denver-based luxury property management company, announced it will begin a renovation plan for the inn over the next two years.

The sale price wasn't immediately disclosed Tuesday. The inn was listed on the market last year for $7.1 million.

The 44-room hotel, bar and restaurant span two acres and is comprised of several 19th-century adobe buildings.

The Taos Inn was put on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

It opened in 1936 as the Hotel Martin - named after Dr. Thomas Paul "Doc" and Helen Martin, who came to Taos in the 1890s.

The doctor had his practice in what is now the restaurant and couple purchased the surrounding buildings.
 

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