Try the ABQ Trolley to see Albuquerque

Sightseeing in the city can stump visitors every now and again. Should you go on foot? Rent a car? Take a taxi from place to place? In Albuquerque, you may find yourself faced with these same questions, except in Albuquerque you have one more option that you might quickly realize is a fantastic and enjoyable way to see the...
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About Tapas & Spanish Cuisine

You may have heard about tapas and other Spanish cuisines – but what are tapas? And what exactly makes up Spanish cuisine?   When you visit Albuquerque, you’ll quickly find that Spanish cuisine is the order of the day. Delicious, zesty, and full of flavor, Spanish food is down-to-earth, uncomplicated, and tasty. Don’t be surprised to discover restaurants and...
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MÁS Tapas y Vino at Hotel Andaluz!

Más in Spanish means more. And after tasting some of the delicacies at MÁS Tapas y Vino at Hotel Andaluz, why on earth wouldn’t you want more? Especially when you can stay at the luxurious hotel and then enjoy fine cuisine the moment you want it?   MÁS Tapas y Vino features a wonderful selection of appetizers, entrees, drinks,...
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7 Things We Love About Albuquerque

Albuquerque is a great place to live and to visit. Here are a few of our favorite things about the city.   1. It’s a little bit of everything. While Albuquerque is a big city, at the same time it has that small town feel. There are great things like the KiMo Theatre, but no long lines of traffic...
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Visit the National Hispanic Cultural Center

A great place to visit when you come to Albuquerque is the National Hispanic Cultural Center. The center is a backdrop for arts, humanities, and Hispanic culture. Through careful preservation of the past and showcasing the present, the center helps enlighten people each and every day about Hispanic culture not just in Albuquerque, but around the world. It’s an...
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How “Green” Hotels Can Have a Big Impact On the Environment

Hotel-Andaluz-Rooftop-Panels People often think of their home, their cars, or occasionally their place of business when it comes to being green, but tend to forget places outside of those circles. While you seek to cut down on electricity bills, purchase a hybrid car, or speak to your employers about recycling options, you can also do a bit of good by...
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The Dining Options at Hotel Andaluz – Mas Tapas y Vino, Ibiza, In-Room Dining, Casbahs

MAS Tapas Wondering where to eat next? If you’ve already booked with Hotel Andaluz, then you don’t need to head back out into the city if you don’t want to. Instead, Hotel Andaluz offers multiple dining options to cater to guests from all over. Each of them provides a unique experience, and you may want to try all four in order...
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Tips for Making Your Next Business Meeting in Albuquerque a Success

catalina_business_dinner_800w While some people lament another business meeting, you can discover the key to having a fantastic meeting that leaves your team members feeling fresh and rejuvenated. It’s all about having the right meeting space to discuss important matters. When you’re stuck in the same bland room without anything to offer, there’s no room for inspiration to flourish.  Instead, choose...
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Things to Consider When Choosing a Wedding Venue

weddings_albuquerque A wedding is supposed to be the perfect day. Where the sun shines bright, the weather is warm, and the place of the event is gorgeous and the ideal spot for you and your loved ones. There are a lot of different directions to consider when choosing your wedding venue, so make sure to keep the following in mind....
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The Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque

petroglyph monument There are many sights to see when you come to Albuquerque, so deciding which places to go and things to do can be a little tricky from time to time. But if you like history, culture, and the outdoors, then there is simply one place you need to pencil in – the Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque.   This...
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