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Located in Chama, a few steps from Cumbres and Toltec Railroad, The Chama Hotel & Shops has accommodations with a garden, free private parking, a terrace and a restaurant. Fantastic place. Joe was a wonderful host, very kind and willing to help. The room was fully furnished with genuine retro furniture, quite memorable. Can't recommend this place enough !
Lofts @ Sterling & Sage is located in Chama, a few steps from Cumbres and Toltec Railroad. There's a terrace and guests can use free WiFi and free private parking. When we first walked into the room we felt so comfortable. The room was beyond beautiful. This was all for my husband and boy was he surprised. Walked around the room and loved it all. The shower heated up right away. The train yard was just out the balcony. The bed comfortable. Towels so fluff. Supplied with all the sundries. This place made his 13 hrs train excursion wonderful. Also there was a deer just out for him to see.
Located 18 miles from Cumbres and Toltec Railroad, Corkins Lodge has accommodations with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, barbecue facilities and a concierge service for your convenience. The cabin was beautiful. We stayed in the Juniper and it was very comfortable.
the supporting services are simply inadequate in this town. finding a restaurant open to serve dinner was VERY limited, as a number of places are now out of business. A very good BBQ was available, but nothing other than that. Some places that said they were open were not. they seem to decide whether or not to be available on a daily basis! Probably has to do with available staff after COVID so somewhat forgivable, but HELLO CHAMA, your guests need food! And we were their end of September for the Fall Color on the C&TSRR,,, their high season but the town's guest services just were wholely inadequate. There is NOTHING to do in Chama, so make our own entertainment.
The hotel had everything I was looking for! For some, who are looking for All of the amenities, this property may not be right. If you’re looking for a somewhat historic type atmosphere comparable to an early railroad town setting, this is your place. Joe made my stay comfortable and pleasurable.
The views and the train were great but don't expect to go to a restaurant for dinner. The town rolls up the sidewalks at dark and you will only have the grocery store, subway and the gas station for food. We did find a nice place for breakfast but plan to take some time and not be in a hurry because they take their time. The food and service were both good.
Nice, little quaint town nestled in the beautiful forest. Restaurants we ate at had good food and nice staff. Only one slight set back...some businesses closed early, including some restaurants. Overall, I had a wonderful time and could have stayed longer and explored more surrounding areas. The train ride was awesome!
Chama is a very tiny town--it has one main street! Very easy to get anywhere; probably in less than 5 minutes. I got some good pizza at Feleciano's(?). Also the Boxcar Cafe is good for breakfast. The main industry seems to be the railroad. It is a very long and lonely drive so gas up before the journey. Also, communication is spotty to non-existent at times so be prepared for that. I suggest staying at one of the hotels "outside" of town. You can get to town in less than 5 minutes from any of them.
This was our second trip to Chama. The first time we went in warmer weather to ride the train. That is an experience not to be missed!! Do yourself a favor and put it on your bucket list! This time we were following the the"Fall Colors Tour" which ended in Chama. Then we drove a part not listed on the Tour between Chama and Antonito that had the most beautiful foliage of all!! It's amazing what nature has in store for us..... While you are in Chama pay Fina's a visit.... now that is some good eating. The Elk Horn Cafe is also good.
I so much enjoyed talking with the staff who were very helpful and accommodating. I had arrived by bus and didn't have a car. The hotel is a short walk from the center of Chama -- IF it is not pouring down rain. But it was, and one of the staff gave me a lift back into town to get the bus. I very much appreciated all their kindness to me.
There was no Continental breakfast but the managers were very helpful telling us where we would be able to find a restaurant or grocery store since there was a refrigerator and microwave in the room. Chama Trails Motel was near everything we wanted to do while we were in Chama.
So lovely and comfortable. I stayed on the eve of closing on a house in Chama. So while I will likely not need to return, I will happily recommend this to family and friends who may be in town.
The location was perfect, overlooking the train station. The bathroom was the most luxurious I have ever seen in a hotel - nicer than mine at home.
a old hotel with old room that would need a bit of restyling. Room was clean. The position was superb, just across the street from the Rail Station
Chama River Bend Lodge was cute, and homey, and campy. The managers are friendly and receptive.