At least on the Saturday night we were there, hotel guests took a backseat to the wedding business. If you stay in the newer part of the hotel understand that you may be above a wedding reception and that sound travels very well throughout the building. The party lasted until three am and could be heard very clearly in our room on the third floor.
The newer section of the hotel is historical on the outside only. Very little if any historical ambience has been retained on the inside. Our queen room looked nothing like any of the pictures on the hotel website and was only slightly larger than a Microtel room.
The desk clerk was polite and professional but overworked. It appeared that he was answering all incoming calls to the hotel while also trying to take care of guests. The room was clean. The hotel lobby was impressive but after you left the lobby and moved into the newer wing you might as well be in a Holiday Inn Express. I didn’t see inside any of the rooms in the older part of the hotel so I can’t comment on those. It was interesting to see the "No Country for Old Men" lobby location.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Finest historic hotel (1882) and fine dining in Northern New Mexico, overlooking the beautiful Plaza Park. This is the only hotel in downtown historic Las Vegas - once the biggest and richest city in New Mexico, with 1000+ historic buildings! Purchased in 2014 by owners of the legendary La Posada in Winslow AZ, the Plaza Hotel is receiving a top-to-bottom upgrade. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Plaza Hotel Las Vegas