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Tag: Hospitality

  • Murray Hotel

    Murray Hotel

    At five stories, the Murray Hotel was the tallest building in town, and reflected the growth spurt experienced by Silver City as it recovered from the Great Depression.

  • The Lodge Resort & Spa

    The Lodge Resort & Spa

    The Lodge Resort in Cloudcroft is one of the oldest resort hotels in New Mexico and has been in operation almost continuously since 1911.

  • El Vado Auto Court

    El Vado Auto Court

    One of the best examples of a pre-WWII tourist court on Route 66, El Vado Auto Court was built in 1937 in anticipation of the rerouting of the historic road . . .

  • Hotel Andaluz  (Hilton)

    Hotel Andaluz (Hilton)

    Hotel magnate Conrad Hilton was a native of San Antonio, New Mexico. Owner of several hotels in Texas, Hilton made this his first after the Great Depression and the first modern, high-rise hotel in the state….

  • Huning Highlands Historic District

    Huning Highlands Historic District

    The Huning Highlands subdivision, Albuquerque’s first suburb, is located roughly between Broadway on the west, I-25 on the east, Iron on the south, and Martin Luther King on the north. The subdivision was established in 1880 . . .

  • Los Poblanos Historic Inn

    Los Poblanos Historic Inn

    Los Poblanos is considered one of architect John Gaw Meem’s residential masterpieces. . . .

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