This is one of Conrad Hilton's first hotels. I expect that Hotel Andaluz has improved on that old Hilton. The entry is like walking into the Alhambra in Cordova...flowing fountains, soft lighting and cozy alcoves for private conversations over cocktails.
Service is attentive. Registration is intimate and efficient. I had requested a coffee maker for the room on booking (online) and this was acknowledged a check in unprompted (I'd actually forgotten). It wasn't in the room but I'm sure they would have jumped on it if I called them on it.
My 1 BR king was bright but cozy at probably under 300' sq. Nice walk in shower but the toilet door had to be closed if you don't want a door in your face (small toilet/shower area).
Great bedding...soft and supportive with nice Italian sheeting.
The best amenities are the Ibiza rooftop bar and Mas Tapas restaurant.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Albuquerque's iconic hotel and only one of three historic GOLD LEED certified hotels in the U.S. As a Four Diamond AAA hotel and winner of the 2010 Lifestyle Hotel of the Year by the BLLA, Hotel Andaluz has become the city's social and cultural epicenter. Our downtown Albuquerque hotel embraces you with redefined hospitality, historic significance, environmentally responsible design and luxurious amenities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Andaluz Hotel Albuquerque