With its slopeside deck and ski murals covering the facade, Hotel St. Bernard is the epitome of Taos, New Mexico. Kids enjoy their time at the Kid's Club while parents eat in the dining room, and meet afterwards. The hotel offers apres-ski activities, ski tuning clinics, and ski and snowboard instruction. Packages include six lift tickets, six morning lessons and all meals ($1,865-$2,265 per week); 505-776-2251 stbernardtaos.com
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