I stayed here a couple nights for a business trip. The first night the tempratures were quite low and the heater wasn't working very well, so the next day, housekeeping brought in a space heater which warmed up the room nicely. The room was a decent size with a full size bed and view over looking a dirt parking lot, perhaps if you don't book on priceline you'll get a better view. Where I was staying didn't have re-entry access from the back of the building so I had to park in the street out front of the hotel. The bathroom was spacious and modern, the TV however, was a bit small and dated, but had a good selection of channels. The breakfast was a nice change from the standard continental breakfast. There were about 6 items offered on the menu that were served sit down style from 7-9 am, I overheard the waiter say that guest breakfast covered about $5, but that you could order additional items for a fee. Not a bad stay and conveniently located in the heart of the historic district and down the street from the university.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Finest historic hotel (1882) and fine dining in Northern New Mexico, overlooking the beautiful Plaza Park. This is the only hotel in downtown historic Las Vegas - once the biggest and richest city in New Mexico, with 1000+ historic buildings! Purchased in 2014 by owners of the legendary La Posada in Winslow AZ, the Plaza Hotel is receiving a top-to-bottom upgrade. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Plaza Hotel Las Vegas, New Mexico