Architectural Feature: Hotel Andaluz

Hotel Andaluz is the latest form of the historic Albuquerque Hilton built in 1940. The fourth hotel built by Conrad Hilton, a San Antonio, N.M. native, the old Hilton was renamed and rehabilitated in 2009 by current owner Gary Goodman. In 2011, the Hotel Andaluz rehabilitation received a New Mexico Heritage Preservation Award for Architectural Heritage.

Beyond its federally-certified historic rehabilitation, Hotel Andaluz is the only historic LEED-Gold hotel project in the Southwest. It also received the Earth-Minded Award for its contribution to advancing sustainable design in the hospitality industry.

Project Name: Hotel Andaluz
Rehabilitation Date of Completion: 2009
Architect: Studio Southwest Architects
Location: 125 Second Street NW, Albuquerque, NM (map)

Photos courtesy of Hotel Andaluz

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