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
Fun Outdoor Patio with Good Bar Food
This outdoor patio is ideal for relaxing, hanging out, people watching, and enjoying fabulous food and drinks with friends. Don’t forget to bring your puppy (a special treat and ice water will be provided). If you can’t stay, get some good eats to go. Our innovative menu features some of the finest bar food in all of Albuquerque, taking old standards like burgers and appetizers to the level of sublime.