Alhambra promotes academic and commercial partnerships across the globe with the ultimate goal of fostering closer relations between the U.S. and other nations. Alhambra serves as a catalyst and force-multiplier for its clients and members, leveraging the collective experience, skills and contacts of its world-class leadership team and advisors to develop and strengthen global partnerships.
Alhambra is fully dedicated to transforming vision into reality, offering a full range of customizable services to help its partners and clients achieve their global initiatives.
What is the significance of the name “Alhambra”?
Located in modern-day Granada, Spain, the Alhambra functioned historically as a royal palace-city during the reign of the Nasrid Dynasty (1232–1492). For a quarter of a millennium, under the patronage of the Nasrid Dynasty, Granada served as a rare place where Christian and Muslim civilizations came together, in a spirit of tolerance, to pursue commerce, science, and the arts. It is said, at one point, there were more books in Granada than in all of Europe combined. Today, five hundred years after the Nasrids ruled Granada, the Alhambra palace remains one of the world’s great artistic and architectural treasures. In recognition of its cultural value to humanity, UNESCO designated the palace a World Heritage Site in 1984. Seeking a name that embodies the historical spirit of Granada, we pay tribute to the legacy of the Alhambra and invoke its noble values by adopting the name of the Alhambra U.S. Chamber.