The hotel is very nice and my room in the new wing was very attractive and the bed comfortable, but the furniture arrangement was all wrong. The bed was so close to the wall on one side it was difficult to get out, while accommodating an unnecessarily large table on the other side. The chair was fragile and lumpy and impossible to sit on and the lack of a desk or writing surface made working in the room difficult. I had to fix the printer and track down paper for their small office area in the lobby only to be told the fax machine was broken. I would not recommend this hotel for business travelers. Families and vacationers will fare much better. The big disappointment is the restaurant. Gone are the fluffy breakfast biscuits and real potato hashbrowns. Hello way too much frozen food. Breakfast is your best bet as the baker is brilliant. Waffles, pancakes and coffee cake excel the rest is mediocre to grim. Lunch offers some decent sandwiches but that's about it. Forget dinner - absolutely a waste of money. I understand the hotel is in transition and will be going up for Auction on July 9th - so perhaps, if it stays open, things will improve under the new owners. It's a beautiful hotel and deserves to be enjoyed and appreciated.
- 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