As one of New Mexico’s most reputable technology dealers, we have experience working with many of the city’s hotels. Our team needs to be on top of the latest developments in the world of imaging technology, so we often find ourselves sponsoring business trips for representatives of major manufacturers.
Additionally, we provide IT services to enterprises in the hospitality industry, and this gives us a unique look into the inner workings of some of Albuquerque’s most successful hotel chains. We know when a hotel’s technology infrastructure is done right, and when there are serious deficiencies as well.
To help business travelers make the best choice when visiting the state of New Mexico, we’ve curated a list of the finest Hotels in Albuquerque. These hotels offer the greatest value for business travelers who need to rely on professional hospitality services during their stay in the land of enchantment.
The Three Best Business Hotels in Albuquerque
For traveling businesspeople, finding the right place to stay in Albuquerque relies on a few factors. Beyond top-notch service, you need an excellent location that minimizes daily travel time. Additionally, the hotel must be able to provide a full suite of business hospitality services.
Because DSI firmly believes in keeping its profits inside New Mexico, we place a clear preference on local hotel companies over national brands that keep their profits outside the state rather than reinvesting them in local initiatives the way we do.
1. Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town
The Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town is a historical landmark that is walking distance away from the city’s historic and tourist district. Its central location and broad range of premium services and amenities make it a clear top choice for traveling businesspeople.
This 188-room hotel features one of Albuquerque’s premier meeting and event spaces, the Alvarado ballroom, making it a great option for corporate events. The hotel features private balconies with mountain views and one of the area’s finest casual dining restaurants specializing in New Mexican cuisine, Garduños at Old Town.
The Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town is locally owned. As a fixture of Albuquerque’s history and culture, it sets the standard for quality and value among local hospitality industry players.
2. Hotel Andaluz
One of the finest hotels in Albuquerque, Hotel Andaluz benefits from a central location that permits easy access to any corner of the city. Originally built in the 1930s by the famous Conrad Hilton, it was New Mexico’s tallest building and the first building in the state to feature air conditioning.
Hilton sold the hotel in 1969, and a series of new owners oversaw a complete restoration of the building, leading to its addition to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. In 2009, the hotel’s current management reopened the landmark as the Andaluz hotel, receiving a slate of awards and honors, including Condé Nast’s Top Five Hotels in the Southwest award.
Hotel Andaluz is renowned for the large number of quiet meeting and working spaces dotted throughout the hotel. It features a large, well-stocked library and a number of nearly hidden seating areas, making it a great location for business travelers to meet, talk, and plan their activities during their stay in Albuquerque.
3. Hotel Chaco
One of Albuquerque’s newest luxury hotels – it opened its doors in 2017 – Hotel Chaco is located directly in Albuquerque’s Old Town district. It features 118 guest rooms with a rooftop restaurant and lounge, in-room dining, and a broad range of business-friendly amenities.
One of the finest aspects of the Hotel Chaco is its pristine courtyard. This sheltered oasis has trees and water fixtures that make it a relaxing spot for traveling businesspeople to meet with one another, consult, or even just tend to emails and communication before setting off for the day.
The Hotel Chaco offers a luxurious yet comfortable atmosphere designed after its namesake, the Chaco Culture National Historical Park. The hotel’s designers paid great attention to cultural details, as well as common business traveler concerns, like having ample power 120V and USB power outlets inside each bedroom and small, adjustable reading lights.
Special Mention for Leisure Travelers.
The list above only offers three of the highest regarded hotels in Albuquerque ideal for business travelers attending meetings and conferences in the city. Visitors with more time on their hands for leisure can explore wonderful, relaxing places further towards the city’s periphery – like the Red Horse Vineyard settled at the very edge of the city limits.
In either case, you’ll find best-in-class accommodation in Albuquerque in any of the hotels listed. With our help, your visit to the state of New Mexico will be one that is as productive as it is relaxing.
Traveling to New Mexico for business? DSI provides managed services to some of the best hotels in Albuquerque. Stay with our partners to guarantee a relaxing stay.