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Hotel Andaluz

Address
125 Second St. NW Albuquerque NM 87102
Phone
(505) 242-9090
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Toll Free
(866) 215-6641
Fax
(505) 242-8664

Business Hours

Status: Opens in 48 minutes

Sunday
6:30am-9:30pm
Monday
6:30am-9:30pm
Tuesday
6:30am-9:30pm
Wednesday
6:30am-9:30pm
Thursday
6:30am-9:30pm
Friday
6:30am-10:00pm
Saturday
6:30am-10:00pm

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This luxurious Four Diamond hotel provides comfort and class in downtown Albuquerque. Built in the 1930s, this beautiful building has recently been renovated and offers both modern conveniences and historic charm. The classic decor, such as wood and stone furniture is off-set by a contemporary atmosphere. The hotel is also environmentally conscious and practice environmental sustainability.

Property Location With a stay at Hotel Andaluz, you'll be centrally located in Albuquerque, steps from Albuquerque Convention Center and Sunshine Theater. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Telephone Museum of New Mexico and The Box Performance Space and Improv Theatre.

Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 107 air-conditioned rooms featuring iPod docking stations and DVD...

La Posada, Albuquerque's stunning historic landmark hotel rich in railroad history, was refurbished in 2010 with Andalucian stylings and green building standards, and then relaunched as the Hotel Andaluz. The Living Room is more than a lobby bar - it is the hotel's main room. Couches and comfy chairs dot the space, which is dominated by an illuminated fountain. Private booths seating up to...

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Hotel Andaluz
Reviewer Name
kristy kountz
Review Date
January 13, 2010
Average Rating
1

Horrible

I took my boyfriend to the Andaluz for his birthday. The staff was really friendly at first. I rented a room and had a few of his friends over. With having a few big boys in the room and only one small bathroom, I lit some incense. They charged me a $200 smoking fee. No where on the paper I signed did it say no incense or candles. It just said non-smoking, which I take as no cigarettes. I find $200 a bit extreme. My boyfriend said he will pay it but that's horrible for his birthday. On top of that the room we had was not in the best condition. The table had a big chip in it. The brown chair had white stains all over it. The couch was a pull out and had little staples sticking out and my boyfriend accidentally stabbed his finger on one. We talked to the manager about it and he pretty much said he could do something about it but wasn't going to. Needles to say we will never go back.

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Opened in 1939 by Conrad Hilton (who honeymooned here with Zsa Zsa Gabor), this glamorous 10-story hotel on the National Register of Historic Places was known as La Posada de Albuquerque until it was reinvented (and completely redone inside)—at a cost of $30 million—as a high-end boutique hotel in 2009. Its new name, Andaluz, and its stunning decor reflect the Moroccan and Spanish-colonial...

A historic hotel that was once a favorite escape for Hollywood elite.

A native of New Mexico, Conrad Hilton of Hilton hotel fame is the man behind this grand property in bustling Albuquerque, right next to the railroad station. This 1939 landmark was his third property and his first in the Land of Enchantment. It went through some rough times and was even vacant for a while, but it has recently been refurbished and claims its original grandeur. From the lobby...

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Average Rating
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Walking into the lobby, I instantly new that this hotel wasn't usual chain hotel. There was such character with sitting areas throughout the lobby all with different themes. The hotel rooms were lovely and the staff was very considerate and helpful.
It made a business trip very pleasurable.
Thank you!

Average Rating
100

Hotel Andaluz is not only a wonderful place to stay, but they have history (one of the original Conrad Hilton hotels), and are a "green" hotel--they have their own solar water heating system, as well as some interesting automated energy saving heating and lighting systems. The staff was delightful and couldn't have been more helpful. And the real surprise was...

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Welcome to Albuquerque's only full service boutique hotel in Downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico, whether you are looking for a fabulous menu and place for dinner, or a great spot to kick back with family and friends, the establishment is your best source of entertainment for its convenient location. As a Four Diamond AAA hotel and Conde Nast Traveler, Readers' Choice among the top 10 hotels in...

This trendy Albuquerque hotel features an on-site restaurant and rooftop lounge and elegant rooms equipped with a flat-screen cable TV and free Wi-Fi. The Albuquerque Convention Center is one block away.

All luxurious rooms at the Hotel Andaluz offer a seating area, spacious work desk and coffee maker for guest convenience.

This hotel is styled in Moroccan and Spanish-inspired decorations and...

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- lucia mediterranean influenced cuisine open for

-breakfast, lunch and dinner- ibiza lounge serving

mediterranean style tapas and foods to share

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