While Sante Fe may be New Mexico's better known cities, Albuquerque offers an intriguing array of hotel options that are sure to compliment any itinerary.
If you happen to come to Albuquerque during the Kodak Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta in October be sure to stay close by in Midtown. Not only does the elegant Nativo Lodge
house an art gallery presenting some of New Mexico's most famous artists but you can also view the Balloon Fiesta firsthand. In addition, there are a couple of moderately-priced hotels located right in the action. The Howard Johnson Inn Express
and the La Quinta Inn- Northeast
offer business travelers a unique southwest Balloon-watching experience and provide easy access to local places of interest.
For the serious business traveler Downtown is your best bet for the must-have modern amenities. If you have business at the Albuquerque Convention Center
the Doubletree Hotel
is the place to stay. With its connection to the Convention Center and central location you can enjoy modern conveniences while taking in a breathtaking view of the Sandia Mountains. Furthermore, check out the Hyatt Regency of Albuquerque
, not only for its sheer size but also for its top notch business accommodations.
Old Town is one of the tourist hot spots of Albuquerque. You will love the southwestern architecture and rustic accommodations. For example, the Bottger Mansion of Old Town
is an elegant Victorian bed and breakfast providing complimentary gourmet breakfasts and is within walking distance to the Old Town Plaza. Try Casas de Suenos Old Town Country Inn
for a very personal stay. Because each room has a unique decorative style you should make sure the aesthetic and price suit you before settling in.
201 Marquette Avenue NW
800 Rio Grande Blvd Nw
5401 Alameda Blvd Ne
7630 Pan American Ne
1901 University Blvd NE
1901 Main Street Route 66 I
806 Central Avenue Southeast
Hotel Parq Central is a newly opened boutique hotel that is built on the renovated site of the original Santa Fe Hospital, which first opened in 1926. The hospital was built by the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad to serve their employees and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places... read more
2300 International Avenue Southeast
New Accommodations Close to Airport... read more