Hotel Andaluz

Make the Most of Your Next Corporate Meeting in Albuquerque

  The next time you need to have a corporate meeting, it may be wise to get out and get some fresh air away from the big city and the chill of the wind that blows through the skyscrapers. Instead, head somewhere warm to help boost innovations and positive mindsets. Albuquerque offers the right atmosphere and necessary locations for...
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Explore Route 66 in Albuquerque New Mexico

Taking a road trip on Route 66?  Then that means you will be passing directly through Albuquerque. That particular section of Route 66 is known as Central Avenue to those who live there, and everyone can see the neon signs that still line the street from businesses both old and new who support the historical style and want to...
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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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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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Downtown Albuquerque’s Going Green

Wind turbine atop Silver Garden Apartments downtown Albuquerque Anyone else notice that downtown Albuquerque is going green? From the wind turbine atop the Silver Gardens Apartments, to the Alvarado Urban Farm, and the solar thermal panels that heat the water here at Hotel Andaluz, seems everyone is getting on board with sustainability. At Hotel Andaluz, we’re proud to be a leader in downtown Albuquerque’s movement towards eco-consciousness and...
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The #1 reason we love our guests…

ha_tripadvisor_2012_excellence_fb You’ve helped us earn a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor! Thanks to your consistent feedback and high praise on TripAdvisor.com, we’ve earned a 4.5 rating, which qualifies us to receive this distinction from the world’s largest travel site. We love our guests and strive to make every stay at our hotel a memorable one. That’s why it means so...
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Our famous Zsa Zsa Suite

zsazsa_blog_205x165 How many hotels can claim that Conrad Hilton and Zsa Zsa Gabor honeymooned in one of their suites? Only one and it’s us. Many people don’t know that Hotel Andaluz was actually built by Conrad Hilton, a New Mexico native. In fact, it was the fourth hotel he ever built. At the time (1939), it was the tallest building...
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