It was wonderful! Adobe style, low ceilings, totally modern including the bathroom, and a wonderful bed! We stayed at the Santa Elena #1 casita which adjoins the other rooms by the outside walkway. Very private. Such a cool place. Lots of outside courtyard space for to enjoy the fire pit and the stars. Great mountain views. Open air common area kitchen with all the things you'll want to cook with - gas range, utensils, fridge, workspace. Ample parking. Be sure to read the arrival instructions as the units are NOT attended by a receptionist. You must pick up your key at the espresso shop. We can't wait to return!
I like the funky aesthetic of this place, but was pretty taken aback by the cost for the experience. The room (#4) was cute but the step up into the bathroom with an alarmingly sloped floor was perhaps the first clue that this place is leaning into the style over substance. There was almost no water pressure or volume of water trickling out of the shower (particularly unpleasant on a chilly night) and surprisingly, a note requested that no toilet paper be flushed down the toilet. I've certainly stayed in places (in other countries) with delicate waste systems and similar requests, but not for $283/night. Most unpleasant was the wad of hair in the shower from the previous visitor which had not been cleaned up. I also found the bed and bedding not particularly comfortable, and the thin quilt quite light for the night temps. I did share my feedback directly with the hotel prior to posting this review, but they didn't feel that these complaints warranted any action.…
My wife and I stopped in and had breakfast because we heard it was great, and it certainly was. The service was friendly and all the people seemed lovely. My wife had the French Toast and I had the Poco Mas Plate which was great. We both had Cappuccino's that hit the spot. Great place for breakfast and lunch.
Stayed here for 2 nights in early May. Quirky little place, very unusual. We had a room with the shared bathroom outside instead of in the room (this was the only room available for our dates) which was fine since we didn't have to share it due to COVID. Very small room with double or queen bed, couldn't tell but lucky we're not big people or would have been pretty cramped for most. All in all, cute place but I felt over-priced for the type of room we had. Would have gladly paid that much for one of the better rooms with a bathroom.
We chose La Posada Milagro based on other reviews. What a cool spot to settle in Terlingua! Joel, our host, was helpful in numerous ways. He was quick to respond to questions and made sure we were comfortable. The outdoor kitchen is an added bonus. There was ample room in the 'fridge, the grill worked well and there were plenty of plates, pots, pans, etc. We look forward to staying here again....someday!