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Historic Albuquerque Hotel

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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

Category and style

Bar/Club, Event Space, Hotel/Motel, Restaurant/Cafe

French

Parking

Private parking for 75 cars

Truck / motorhome on site parking: On property, Street

Location details

Property size (sq ft):
30000 sq ft

Location Rules

No smoking
No cooking

Amenities

Air Conditioning
Hair/Makeup area
Wifi

Features

Booth Seating
DJ Booth
Lighting System
Sound System
Stage
TVs
VIP Area
Coffered Ceiling
Conventional Ceiling
High Ceiling
Ornate Ceiling
Vaulted Ceiling
Atrium
Ballroom
Basement
Conference Room/Boardroom
Dining Hall/Cafeteria
Fire Escape
Fountain
Front Desk
Garden
Kitchen
Library
Patio
Playground Or Kid-Friendly
Rooftop
Studio Space/Equipment
Conventional Elevator
Fireplace With Mantle
Modern Fireplace
Carpet Floor
Concrete Floor
Dance Floor
Dark Wood Floor
Inlaid/Patterns Floor
Light Wood/Whitewash Floor
Linoleum Floor
Marble Floor
Stone Floor
Tiles Floor
Boutique Hotel
Luxury Hotel
Bar
Booth Seating
Patio/Outdoor Seating
Private Room
Bakery
Buffet
Cafeteria
Deli
Fine Dining
Curved Stairs
Fire Escape
Grand/Bifurcated/Double Stairs
Quarter/Half/Three-Quarter Turn Stairs
Spiral Stairs
Straight Stairs
City View
Mountain/Vista View
Rooftop View
Valley View
Concrete Walls
Mural Wall
Stone Walls
Texture Walls
Tiled Walls
Wallpaper
White Walls
Bay or Bow Windows
Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
Picture/Stationary Windows
Slider Windows
Transom Window

Crew access

Elevator
Stairs
Street Level
Wheelchair / Handicap Access
Location
Exact location provided after booking