Taos Retirement Village - Taos, NM

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From the Office

Our eclectic community of artist, educators, authors, crafts men and women, poets, musicians, business people and renegades bring their unique gifts to our Village, as you will.

Taos’ beauty is encompassed in it’s rich history and pueblo architecture, set against an amazing backdrop of Taos mountains. The soul of New Mexico is said to be found here. You will be captivated by the myriad of outdoor activities such as the Rio Grande Gorge, the Enchanted Circle, and Taos Ski Valley.

Within walking distance of Taos Retirement Village you will find the colorful artistry and blend of characters that make the Plaza so vibrant. The many museums, galleries, and unique boutiques make for an exciting shopping experience.

DH Lawrence and Georgia O’Keeffe are just a sample of the many influential artists that were inspired by Taos living. Spectacular showcasing of music and theatre come alive in this art mecca.

If that is not enough, tantalize your taste buds with an array of exquisite dining experiences. With a global selection, celebrate an encounter with the true culinary arts.

Taos Retirement Village is a reflection of Taos’ diversity, forward-thinking, environmentally conscious, and adventurous lifestyle in a family setting.

One resident reported, "I didn’t start living, until I moved here.” Others have exclaimed that this is much more like a resort! In addition, several residents report that they never had as many friends until they moved here. Whether you enjoy a social atmosphere or solitude, you will find serenity in your decision to move here.

Don’t just take my word for it. I invite you to experience for yourself the true meaning to Taos Living. Join the journey!

  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided

Customer Reviews

Great property with a very friendly and helpful staff. Beautiful grounds. The Chef is fantastic. My parents just moved in and they have already made lots of new friends. I'm surprised at how fast they've adjusted.


Lovely grounds, but the people who live there expressed a disturbing level of disappointment with the management company. They were disgusted by the chaos created by the management company and their total disregard to staffing needs. Examples include the high turn over rate in the overall administration, understaffing in the nursing home, and a revolving door of executive directors. Residents told me they were promised stress-free living, but were very vocal about the amount of stress living there adds to their lives. Too bad; it is a gem in the heart of Taos, but I would not want my parents exposed to such upheaval.

Breakdowns in communication, Staff needs more training on how to work with patients

Some of the nursing staff are not as well trained as they could be. There's a lack of communication and consistency and care. When shifts change the information doesn't appear to be communicated properly. If you say something in the morning it doesn't happen in the afternoon.

The place is not filthy, but, my mother is incontinent, initially she might miss, and it isn't properly cleaned up, and she can't do it. The carpet in the eating area, where there's a lot of traffic, is really dirty; they tried to clean but didn't get it.

Some of the CNA's are very young. My mother can be a little bit difficult, and she wants attention to detail, and not slam bam, it's done. For instance they food without utensils, and, well, I'll go and get it. They're not thoughtful. They don't mean to be mean, but don't seem to know what to expect when working with the elderly. They say things like "Don't start". They don't have enough training working with people who can't help themselves.

Higher management doesn't communicate in a way that it comes down. Part of the problem is they are understaffed.

My mom doesn't participate in activities so I can't rate them.