Historic El Paso Hotel Re-opens after Renovation

The historic Hotel Paso del Norte in El Paso has re-opened after a four year multi-million renovation. The hotel, which opened in 1912 and dubbed the “Showplace of the Southwest,” is a 351-room luxury hotel located aside the Franklin Mountains State Park and offers panoramic views of the Franklin Mountains and terraces that overlook the Mexican border.
Managed by Greenwood Hospitality, the hotel’s beautifully preserved features include its  trademark Tiffany-style, stained-glass dome ceiling that reaches 25 feet in diameter as well as original light fixtures and Native American carvings. In addition to curated art pieces, the hotel, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, features a 10th floor rooftop pool, fitness center and boutique. The signature cantina is Sabor, which features Mexican and Southwestern cuisine, and the 1700º is a steakhouse with West Texas flair while the Dome Bar will feature entertainment, events and drink specials.
   Located in downtown El Paso, the hotel installed a virus-killing air filtration system throughout the entire property providing additional protection in common areas, bars, restaurants, hallways, ballrooms, meeting rooms, fitness center, and all guest rooms.

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