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Neat Training Room in Albuquerque
When you reserve our business training office, you can expect contemporary furnished office furnishings and seating for up to 35 for auditorium-style events and up to 25 for classroom-training events that include training tables.
Main Floor Mezzanine - Trendy Space with Vintage Accents
2 hour minimum rental. Rates are $59/hour.
For a semi-private space, we reserve the area under the mezzanine on the Northside of the beer hall near the Monument Valley wall. We provide an 8’ table, 4 chairs, 8’ bench and at least 5 wine barrel tables with stools.
You may bring in outside catering or coordinate with our scheduled food truck as many offer catering options with advance notice. No outside drinks, except bottled water.
Go to bar for service.
Rental Policies: In addition to regular Beer Hall policies (posted on the front door) the following policies apply to rentals:
No minors allowed without their parent or guardian.
No outside alcohol.
Outside food is allowed but must be taken after event.
No outside drinks other than sealed bottled water.
No pets or animals allowed.
No glitter or confetti allowed and while decorations may be hung with tape or putty, no tacks may be used.
Beyond the rented time, the space will be open to the public.
COVID SAFETY PRACTICES WILL BE IN PLACE:
WEAR MASK AT ALL TIMES WHEN NOT DRINKING/EATING.
Cancellation of your event forfeits 50% of your payment.
Historic Albuquerque Hotel
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, our Hotel proudly reflects its tradition and rich history. As the railroad pushed westward in the early part of the 1900’s, the men building it needed not only food and shelter, but also medical care and, at times hospitalization. The Santa Fe Hospital was founded in 1881, construction began in 1906 and it was finished in 1926. It continued to be a general hospital until 1968 and was then bought by Memorial Hospital and converted into a children psychiatric facility until 2010 and then it was repurposed into the beautiful boutique hotel it is today. An icon in Albuquerque, the smokestacks mark the Power House where steam generated by two coal fired boilers were the largest in their time. The face plate doors may be found in fitness center on the ground floor of the building. And the second floor housed the nurse's dormitory, heated only by what radiated from the boilers below. The Residence building was formerly the chief surgeon’s residence and remains largely unmodified. Sited on over 2 acres, the lush landscaping of the hotel grounds offers a park like setting in the heart of Albuquerque. Enjoy breakfast on the dining plaza off the Parlor or a good read in the garden by the fountain or relax in the outdoor Jacuzzi. Evenings are beautiful from the view of the rooftop deck at the Apothecary Lounge that offers prohibition era cocktails and small plate menu of international tapas. We welcome you and look forward to introducing you to the contemporary comforts and historic elegance of our hotel
Enchanting Indoor/outdoor Lounge in Albuquerque
The indoor/outdoor lounge located on the Rooftop, is one of the top bars in Albuquerque. Inside, where the bar glitters with vintage apothecary bottles, a relaxed, friendly atmosphere sets the perfect scene for catching up with friends or unwinding with colleagues. Gather at the bar or relax in one of the secluded, creatively designed spaces perfect for a quiet conversation. Outside, bask in the best view in Albuquerque, with uninterrupted sightlines of the mountains, downtown city lights and enchanting Southwest sunsets.