Architecture

Architecture
Hotel Chaco is an Albuquerque luxury resort designed by the international award-winning architectural firm, Gensler. A world leader in sophisticated, luxury design, Gensler's work is grounded in the belief that great design can make the everyday places people occupy more inspiring, more resilient and more impactful.
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Hotel Chaco is an Albuquerque luxury resort designed by the international award-winning architectural firm, Gensler. A world leader in sophisticated, luxury design, Gensler's work is grounded in the belief that great design can make the everyday places people occupy more inspiring, more resilient and more impactful.

Hotel Chaco is Gensler’s first design project in New Mexico. The architecture fuses ultra-modern design with sustainable building strategies. The firm’s interpretation of Chacoan architecture is evidenced in the design of our hotel in downtown Albuquerque. In doing so, it honors New Mexico’s unique architectural history. 
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Architecture

Ancient Inspiration

The Gensler design team traveled to Chaco Canyon to derive inspiration from the site’s ancient structures. Key Chacoan architectural elements such as precise stone masonry, vigas and latillas for rooftop structures and the buildings' alignment with the sun’s movements, are all incorporated into Hotel Chaco’s architecture.

Remarkable views from our...
The Gensler design team traveled to Chaco Canyon to derive inspiration from the site’s ancient structures. Key Chacoan architectural elements such as precise stone masonry, vigas and latillas for rooftop structures and the buildings' alignment with the sun’s movements, are all incorporated into Hotel Chaco’s architecture.

Remarkable views from our Albuquerque suites, a signature rooftop restaurant and a restorative spa and tranquil gardens combine to provide guests with a sense of resonant spirituality alongside modern amenities. Heritage Hotels & Resorts, in collaboration with Gensler, honors the history of the Ancient pueblo people while looking to advance the architectural language of New Mexico.
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