We stayed at this historicaly significant hotel while pursuing a historical interest in New Mexico. Reservations and check in were a breeze, and we were upgraded to a terrific room with a good view of the old City Plaza. Our room had interesting and functional antique furniture, giving a real period feel to our stay. This was great, given we were there for a historical experience. It was clean, comfortable and we got very good rest. Breakfast at the resturant there was good with prompt, courtious service. The barroom was friendly. This important landmark is only a few doors from the very old building which General Kearney stood atop in 1846 during the Mexican-American War when he took New Mexico without a shot and made his proclamation to the people. That proclamation is on a plaque accross the street in the Plaza along the Santa Fee Trail. History abounds for the traveler within both walking distance and short drives from The Plaza, such as to Mora, Fort Union or Pecos Pueblo. The Plaza Hotel certainly has our approbation.
- 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