Albuquerque Travel Guide

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  Albuquerque may be more than 300 years old, but it's not acting its age. With new and expanded museums, a vibrant nightlife, outdoor adventure and birthday bashes, the Duke City in many ways feels as if it's just getting started. Of course, the qualities that brought the Spanish three centuries ago (and Native Americans centuries earlier) are still here: the majestic Sandía Mountains glowing pink at sunset, our deep blue skies and the green and gold cottonwood-lined Río Grande that provides a habitat for wildlife still enchant those who visit the Duke City.

 

Where to Go in Albuquerque

TOP PICKS BY OUR LOCAL EXPERTS

Doubletree

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201 Marquette Avenue NW

Hotel in the Heart of Downtown

Cascade Gardens Spa & Wellness

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3107 Eubank Blvd NE

Jennifer James 101

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4615 Menaul Blvd NE

Fusion cuisine from one of Albuquerque's top chefs using local/organic/fair trade ingredients.

Midnight Rodeo

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4901 McLeod Northeast

Midnight Entertainment

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Concierge Picks from the Hotel Andaluz
Walk inside the Hotel Andaluz and you'll discover one of Albuquerque's premier boutique hotels. A recent $30 million renovation incorporated several green initiatives, and the staff members take care to follow through on promoting the hotel's commitment to the local movement. So, when the concierge at... Read more


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