The venue is the Historic Albuquerque Hotel in Historic Old Town. The Hotel Albuquerque is a landmark hotel in the heart of the Historic Old Town District. Old Town was founded in
1706. Centered around the Plaza, Old town encompasses 10 blocks of historic adobe buildings. North of the plaza is the San Felipe De Neri Church, the oldest building in the city, which was built in 1793. Surrounding the church, the city’s settlers built their homes, shops and government offices, many now serving as restaurants, art galleries and shops. Old Town today looks much like it did when it was built centuries ago. It’s Pueblo-Spanish architecture
with flat-roofed buildings and adobe mirror he Southwestern landscape. Long porches line the fronts of most buildings providing shade from the New Mexican sun.

The conference venue showcases New Mexican style through a unique blend of Spanish, Mexican, Native American and Western cultural influences reflected in the Hotel’s architecture, design and cuisine. Go here to reserve your hotel room. Go here for to book rooms at the Government Rate. You can find a map of Old Town here, and a list of restaurants here.