Hotel Paso Del Norte, Autograph Collection

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El Paso, TX Hotel
ChainMarriott International Hotels
Autograph Collection
Total meeting space3,014 sq. m
Guest rooms351
10 Sheldon Court
El Paso, TX 79901

Hotel Paso Del Norte, Autograph Collection

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El Paso, TX Hotel

Need dates

  • 05/28/202006/01/2020
  • 06/04/202006/08/2020
  • 06/11/202006/11/2020


Room features and guest services

  • Calls (Local)
  • Calls (Toll-free)
  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail box


  • Free airport shuttle
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Rental car service
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Space (Semi-private)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Skiing
  • Spa or salon

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance floor
  • Loading dock
  • Staging area

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space3,014 sq. m
Meeting rooms17
Largest room682 sq. m
Second largest room412 sq. m
Space (Private)1,658 sq. m
Space (Semi-private)1,430 sq. m
Space (Outdoor)925 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms351
Single (1 bed)266
Double (2 beds)85
Single (1 bed) rate$160.00 – $280.00
Double (2 beds) rate$165.00 – $400.00
Tax rate17.5%
Occupancy rate75%


Local Attractions

El Paso International Airport

7 mi. away
El Paso International Airport (ELP) is the gateway to West Texas, Southern New Mexico and Northern Mexico. And is currently serviced by the following airlines: Alaska, Allegiant, American, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, and United.
6701 Convair Rd
El Paso, TX, US 79925

Southwest University Park

3 blocks away
Nestled in the heart of downtown El Paso, Southwest University Park offers a unique setting for your event! Whether it is a 5K race on the field, an office party in the WestStar Bank Club, or a reception in the Sun Kings Saloon, Southwest University Park is the perfect venue! Recently named Ballpark of the Year for 2014, Southwest University Park offers majestic views of the Franklin Mountains and Downtown El Paso Skyline. Designed by the architecture firm, Populous, the ballpark is situated on a little more than five acres of land. Southwest University Park incorporates El Paso's rich history with its unique design. The red brick exterior resembles the nearby Union Depot and includes a box car-like façade and archways along the concourse. Two buildings, the Santa Fe Pavilion and Big Dog House, adorn right field with hospitality areas for parties and individuals alike. The City Hall Grill, a tribute to what once stood on the site of the ballpark, and Sun Kings Saloon, a tribute to El Paso's baseball past, make up the Big Dog House while the open air floors of the Santa Fe Pavilion offer 360 degree views of the ballpark and the city.
1 Ballpark Plaza
El Paso, TX, US 79901

El Paso Convention Center

Convention center
1 block away
The Convention Center is located in the Central Business District, just minutes from the El Paso International Airport. Several hotels are within walking distances of the Center, as well as major museums, Arts Festival Plaza and the historic Plaza Theatre Performing Arts Centre. With $7.2 million in renovations to the convention center plaza, the Judson F. Williams Convention Center offers uniquely shaded outdoor space to take advantage of El Paso’s ideal weather year-round. At reasonable rates, the center offers a two-level underground parking garage with 975 parking spaces, including 32 handicap parking spaces, and parking ceiling clearance is 6’5". The facility is secured 24 hours with closed-circuit-TV monitoring. Security staff is also available to assist the disabled.
1 Civic Center Plaza
El Paso, TX, US 79901

El Paso Museum of History

1 block away
The El Paso Museum of History is one of three City-operated museums, including the El Paso Museum of Art and the El Paso Museum of Archaeology, each having its own facility. The El Paso Museum of History was established in 1974 as the Cavalry Museum, but quickly served a scope and purpose beyond its title and began to function as a local history museum. In 1980 the name of the museum was officially changed to the El Paso Museum of History. In 2000, El Paso citizens were poised to explore and display its role in Texas history, passing a bond election approving $6.5 million in funding for the construction of a new two-story 44,000 sq. ft. Museum of History located in downtown El Paso’s cultural district. Staff and collections moved into the new building in early 2007 with the public opening taking place June 16, 2007. The El Paso Museum of History once again serves the largest continuous border metroplex in North America (El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua), having a combined population of more than two million people.
510 N. Santa Fe St.
El Paso, TX, US 79901

El Paso Museum of Art

1 block away
Founded in 1959, the El Paso Museum of Art was born from a need to house a significant donation of European Baroque and Renaissance works to the City of El Paso by the Samuel Kress Foundation. This collection encompasses major works by Botticelli, Canaletto, van Dyck, Zurbarán, and Artemisia Gentileschi, among other Gothic, Baroque, and Renaissance masters. Over time, this seed collection grew to include over 7000 works. In 1998, EPMA moved to its current location at the heart of El Paso’s Downtown Arts District, less than a mile from the bridge to Juárez. EPMA strives to ensure that it provides the Borderplex with the access to the very best art, of international interest. EPMA presents approximately a dozen exhibitions a year, with a wide scope of programming initiatives and Art School offerings. Creating an environment and resource for all audiences is reflected by EPMA’s open doors policy: general admission, school tours, and nearly all of its high-quality educational programming are free.
1 Festival Arts Plaza
El Paso, TX, US 79901

University of Texas El Paso

2 mi. away
UTEP officially opened in the fall of 1914 and is the second oldest institution in The University of Texas System ( It is a Carnegie high-research-activity, urban university that enrolls more than 25,000 students. It serves its primary constituency — residents of far west Texas, southern New Mexico, and northern Mexico — with 74 undergraduate programs, 76 master’s programs and 22 doctoral degree programs, including a growing portfolio of online degrees. With an 80% Hispanic student population, UTEP proudly reflects the demographic composition of the bi-national region from which it draws the vast majority of its students. Eighty-four percent of students are from El Paso County and 4 percent are Mexican nationals.
500 W University Ave
El Paso, TX, US 79902

Plaza Theatre

1 block away
As a National Historic Building of Significance built in 1930 and restored to its original atmospheric theater splendor in 2006, The Plaza Theatre Performing Arts Center is conveniently located in downtown El Paso-just a brief walk from the Judson F. Williams Convention Center and the Abraham Chavez Theatre. The theatre is built with Spanish Colonial Revival architecture and features intricately painted ceilings, mosaic-tiled floors, decorative metal railings and antique furniture. As one of the remaining atmospheric theaters in the United States, The Plaza conveys the illusion that viewers are seated outdoors in a Spanish courtyard. The stars on the ceiling reflect the Southwestern sky in June. In addition to its rich decor, the Mighty Wurlitzer Blaban III Organ is one of only six ever made. The organ has 1,071 pipes and can simulate 15 different instruments. In addition to the 2,050-seat Kendall Kidd Performance Hall, the Plaza Theatre features the 200-seat Philanthropy Theatre and the Alcantar Sky Garden, a delighful rental venue for private receptions, business parties and family gatherings.
125 Pioneer Plaza
El Paso, TX, US 79901

Museum of the Revolution on the Frontier

2 mi. away
The Museum of the Revolution on the Frontier tells the history that took place in Ciudad Juarez during the first two decades of the 20th century during the revolutionary movement against Porfirio Díaz. Passport or Global ID required for reentry to U.S.
Av. 16 de Septiembre s/n, esquina con Ju
Ciudad Juárez, MX 32000

Getting Here

Hotel Paso del Norte, Autograph Collection is just seven miles from El Paso International Airport (ELP) and a free shuttle is available on request. For travelers driving to the hotel, we are less than one mile from Interstate 10. The hotel is serviced by El Paso's streetcar system, and is located at the Santa Fe/Sheldon stop.


  • Paid parking$15.00 / day
  • Valet parking$20.00 / day

Distance from airport

  • 11.27 km from venue

Affiliated Organizations


Book your next meeting or event at the hotel that represents The Soul of El Paso. For more than 100 years, the tapestry of El Paso has been woven in, through and around the Hotel Paso del Norte, Autograph Collection. El Paso's premiere luxury destination, the hotel’s iconic stained glass ceiling has been the city’s gathering place with generations telling one another to “meet me under the dome” for romances, celebrations, reunions, business meetings, even cattle deals. A veritable who’s who of the 20th century have passed through these doors, adding their stories to the unique blend of Mexican, Texas and Native American cultures that make this hotel a true gem of the Southwest.


High season
Mar 1 – Jun 30
Sep 1 – Oct 31
Shoulder season
Jan 16 – Feb 29
Jul 1 – Aug 31
Nov 1 – Nov 15
Low season
Jan 1 – Jan 15
Nov 16 – Dec 31

Facility Restrictions

Hotel opens November of 2019.

Additional Information

The newest meeting and event destination in the mountain time zone, Hotel Paso del Norte, Autograph Collection brings your attendees experiences they won't find anywhere else. Situated in the heart of a vibrant, reborn downtown, the hotel brings the soul of El Paso right inside. From old western movie nights to PDN After Dark tours to our weekly Running of the Chihuahuas, your guests will come away raving about your event. Outside the hotel, this border town offers a genuine multi-cultural experience. Walk from the hotel to Mexico and have a margarita in the bar that invented it, or plan an international offsite reception at the Museum of the Revolution on the Frontier, or just shop the Paseo de las Luces just outside our doors, it's all possible in El Paso.


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