A private, curved stairway leads to the spacious two-room Anasazi Penthouse, with mountain views on three sides and colors, materials, and symbols reminiscent of the "Ancient Ones," (Native American cliff dwellers, circa 1100-1350).
The outer room with large vigas and a wood ceiling, features a skylight, a decorative rock wall and kiva fireplace. This semi-round room is furnished with a table and chairs, wet bar and a leather sofa that makes into a queen sleeper.
The spacious king bedroom includes a second wood-burning kiva fireplace and mountain views from the southwest facing windows and deck.
Both rooms have direct access to the large, deluxe bathroom with double sinks, a large walk-in shower with body sprays, rain-forest shower head and a two-person jetted whirlpool tub next to a lovely etched glass window depicting an historic Taos Pueblo scene.