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First of all, there’s no denying it. This hotel is beautiful. We were so exited to stay here and loved the building and all of its history. We were on the third floor in a corner room. While the room was fine, it felt off....More
We had work meetings here and the food for breakfast and lunch was fantastic. When done, we went up to the rooftop and enjoyed a beautiful view of the city, cocktails, and delicious food from the restaurant that they were happy to bring up. I...More
We're currently making trips to Albuquerque every Wednesday, and decided to check out this hotel for Valentine's Day, We booked a Corner Vista Double, which was spacious and comfortable. The hotel has kept it's historic charm but the room was nicely updated. We could hear...More
I stayed here since it was close to a theater I was going to see a comedy show. I read the other reviews and looked up a bit of history about the place and it looked oh so cool. Even if you don't care about...More
We stayed at the Andaluz for three nights at the end of September. It was a wonderful experience. Sure, the hotel is not new. It was built in 1939. Its style is very much in that 1930s Art Deco style, but with a Spanish-New Mexican...More
Hi Jeff! We do not have a fitness center, but passes are available at the front desk for Sports & Wellness, a full service health club located opposite us. They have extensive free weights and kettle bells are available as... More
Hi Jeff! We do not have a fitness center, but passes are available at the front desk for Sports & Wellness, a full service health club located opposite us. They have extensive free weights and kettle bells are available as well.