Albuquerque

ABQ Beer Week kicks off…

Taps Albuquerque is about as quirky as they come… we are known for many things. Our history runs deep, our culture is unique and colorful and our landscape is unlike anything you’ve seen before. Alas, that finally poured over (pun intended) into our brews. AMOG.com, a men’s online magazine rated Albuquerque #5 out of 10 among American cities that brew...
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Shop Local

Here at Hotel Andaluz we are in full scale Holiday Season. And with Hanukah in full swing and Christmas just around the corner we thought we’d share some hot spots around Albuquerque for unique and LOCAL gifts. In case you didn’t know Albuquerque and Santa Fe have become huge art destinations in the past two decades. With local and...
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Christmas in New Mexico

OldTownLuminaria It’d be quite an understatement to say we love New Mexico. We really really love New Mexico! Its home to so many wonders and truly a melting pot for cultures, art, sports, science and so much more. That being said, our holiday season is no different. Christmas in New Mexico is a sight to be seen and offers a...
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Pumpkin Cheesecake Pastries… so Yummy!

Our favorite part about the holidays is hands down the desserts… We just love them! A fan and staff favorite around here is our Pumpkin Cheesecake Puff Pastry and Chef Andrew was kind enough to share the recipe. So if you’re looking for a last minute dessert to make for your holiday celebrations, this is a yummy twist in...
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Happy National Recycling Week!

Did you know it’s National Recycling week? It’s true, National Recycling Week is celebrated November 12th through the 18th. All of us at Hotel Andaluz are big on being as lean and green as possible. Did you know we are the only full-service LEED (Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design) Certified hotel in the country? We do as much as...
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Art in Action at Hotel Andaluz

Art in Action While Santa Fe and Taos are sometimes referred to as the mecca for the arts in  New Mexico. Did you know Albuquerque boasts an art scene that equally rivals the northern towns for visitors and locals to soak in? That being said, we at Hotel Andaluz are really excited to announce our partnership with the Harwood Art Center for...
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Hotel Andaluz Voted Among Best in the World in Conde Nast’s Reader’s Choice Awards

We just received some exciting news and it is all because of you! Hotel Andaluz was awarded a “Reader’s Choice Award” by Conde Nast Traveler. The 2012 awards were rated by a record 46,476 readers voting on hotels, resorts, and cruise lines around the world. The Hotel Andaluz team is thrilled to receive this recognition and we are so...
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Art, Science, and Technology Come Together at ISEA2012

ISEA 2012 in Albuquerque, NM ISEA, the International Symposium on Electronic Art, is an annual event showcasing and celebrating the blending of art, science, and technology. Organizer of the event, ISEA International (formerly Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts) is an international nonprofit organization fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among organizations and individuals working with art, science, and technology. ISEA International defines “electronic art”...
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Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is one for the Bucket List

ballons1 Besides Bugs Bunny’s missed left turn, Albuquerque is probably best known for hot air ballooning. Each year in October, hot air balloonists from all over the world, their crews, and balloon enthusiasts of all stripes descend en masse upon the Duke City for the world’s largest hot air ballooning event, The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. Started in 1972, the...
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Zozobra: Santa Fe’s Original Burning Man

Zozobra Zozobra, aka Old Man Gloom, is a Santa Fe tradition that kicks off the historic city’s annual Fiesta celebrations. Each year on the Thursday following Labor Day, a 50 foot marionette and gloomy effigy, goes up in flames before a crowd of 20-30,000 onlookers in Santa Fe’s Fort Marcy Park. Decked out in his traditional white robes, only the...
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