Andaluz Hotel Albuquerque Route 66 and a Whole Lot More
The Andaluz Hotel Albuquerque is the only four diamond hotel in Albuquerque and was most recently named the Lifestyle Hotel of the Year in 2010. It is one of the social and cultural centers of the city and provides you the best of what the past and present offers. The hotel itself has historical significance, as does the surrounding area. The amenities are luxurious, making this a fine place to spend a night or even a week.
The four star Lucia, the onsite Mediterranean restaurant is available for a lavish dinner and the Ibiza, the outdoor rooftop lounge is great for a nightcap or cocktails. The architecture is amazing and there is entertainment available in the living room and lobby areas. There is an onsite library for reading books and relaxing alone or with that special someone.
The property is listed as the number one hotel for business travelers in the Albuquerque area as it offers several meeting venues and event settings large enough for 200 guests at a time. It is the only hotel downtown that offers free Wi-Fi in every room as well as the rest of the hotel. You can talk with the concierge about scheduling business meetings, weddings, banquets and the like. The hotel has become LEED gold certified, which means it offers excellence in all it does for every guest using a green philosophy.
The Andaluz Hotel Albuquerque has several vacation packages for you. This includes a package deal you get when you rent or bring a Hybrid vehicle to the hotel. You get a Premier King-sized room, 20 percent off on all food and beverages you eat or drink within the hotel, a locally grown amenity delivered to your room when you arrive, complimentary valet parking and free passes to the local night clubs onsite.
There is a romantic cupids arrow package that provides you with a nights stay, sparkling wine and hand rolled chocolates, dinner for two in Lucia, truffles, two sugared roses, a lovely floral display, breakfast in bed and access to the New Mexico Sports and Wellness Center. You can check out as late as two pm and you can have free valet parking.
The hotel was originally built in the late 1930s by Conrad Hilton. It operated as a different hotel until it became the newly renovated Andaluz Hotel, emphasizing green practices and sustainability. There are 107 spacious, residential-style guestrooms that offer allergen-free carpeting and environmentally-conscious furniture. The seating areas offer plush chairs or calm and peaceful couches. The bedding packages are nothing less than deluxe. The sheets and pillowcases are all Italian and are considered world-renowned linens. There is a light and warm comforter for your use. Mattresses are custom-made. Each guest gets two pillows for extra comfort.
Parking at the Andaluz Hotel Albuquerque costs $10 per day unless youve purchased a package that includes parking. The classic room is great for the casual traveler staying for just a day. There is a queen sized bed in every room and the room itself is spacious. You can also enjoy the premier room, the Andaluz queen room and the Andaluz King Room. Each room speaks to green living and a luxurious atmosphere you wont want to leave.