Albuquerque-based Peak Hospitality announced the completion of a successful rebrand and remodel of what is now the Wyndham Albuquerque Hotel and Conference Center. The property was formerly known as the Hotel Cascada. By upgrading and redesigning key features, Wyndham’s $5 million renovation is said to have transformed the hotel and water park into "a must-visit destination" for travelers and locals alike.

The new hotel fitness center is the largest of its kind in Albuquerque and is housed in the space formerly belonging to the historic fine dining restaurant, Delfino’s. In addition to a complete exterior paint job, the entrance to the water park was renovated and a new sauna was added. An updated lobby now includes hydro massage chairs. Wyndham also completed upgrades to the hotel’s guest rooms and the Altitude Sports Grill.

The Manzanita Grill (formerly Amped Cafe) features American and regional cuisine, serving hotel guests and the public for three meals daily. The gift shop are was also updated and will soon offer local products.

The Wyndham and Peak teams will officially unveil the updated property during a private VIP event in mid-September. The Wyndham Albuquerque features 30,000 square feet of event space for 3,800+ attendees.