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Isleta Resort and Casino - Albuquerque Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Isleta Resort and Casino

11000 Broadway Blvd SE, Albuquerque - Map
"Great place to stay and play!"
We had such a good time in Albuquerque due to our staying at Isleta Resort and Casino.  The room was very comfortable and spacious.  Loved the bathroom!
sisbro from Leavenworth, KS
Situated near the airport, in Albuquerque, this spa resort is in the same area as Gutierrez-Hubbell House, Isleta …More
Ramada Albuquerque Airport - Albuquerque Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Ramada Albuquerque Airport

2300 Yale Blvd Se, Albuquerque - Map
"Nice hotel, great staff. "
The Hotel was nice, clean, comfortable, nice amenities. for the price. In good location. The tv is out dated but not really and doesn't have many channels but not really a problem for myself since I was out most of my trip. The staff was very helpful and in a cheerful mood. My stay was great. I had stayed in another hotel the night before it was terrible and the price was about the same. So I really recommend this hotel.
Traveller from El Paso, Tx
Situated near the airport, in the city center, this hotel is close to Puerto Del Sol Golf Course, Ernie Pyle Public Library …More
Nativo Lodge - Albuquerque Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Nativo Lodge

6000 Pan American Fwy NE, Albuquerque - Map
"Nice place"
Clean facilities and helpful, pleasant staff. It was a pleasure staying at Nativo Lodge.
brah from Santa Fe, NM
Located in the Balloon Fiesta Park district, Nativo Lodge is a 15-minute drive from Albuquerque International Sunport. Guests …More
Hotel Andaluz - Albuquerque Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Andaluz

125 2nd St NW, Albuquerque - Map
"Beautiful hotel, very clean."
The only thing I must say I wasn't vry satisfied with, was the late night in room dinning. Nothing available, we had to order from a pizza hut, after calling a few other places that were also closed. This was at 11:30 pm
Crazybunch from Miami, FL, USA
Historic Hotel Andaluz places guests in downtown Albuquerque, a 10-minute drive from Albuquerque International Sunport. It's …More
Best Western Plus Rio Grande Inn - Albuquerque Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Best Western Plus Rio Grande Inn

1015 Rio Grande Blvd Nw, Albuquerque - Map
"Old town Albuquerque"
Don't let first impressions fool you.  On first entering the hallway to my room I wasn't sure what I was getting into.  My room was very nice.  The room had obviously been remodeled.  Both the room and the bath were very clean.  The furniture looked a bit rustic but then I realized it was keeping with the  "Old Town Albuquerque" theme.  Absolutely nothing wrong with that.  All of the staff were very friendly.  The cleaning staff made sure we had everything we needed.  The only detractor I could find was the inability to exit the facility going north at around 4:00 pm.  Traffic was extreme.  However one can head south on Rio Grande about two blocks to a traffic light and do a "U" turn.  Location is within walking distance to Old Town Albuquerque.  Overall a truly nice stay.
Hiway House Motel - Albuquerque Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Hiway House Motel

3200 Central Avenue SE, Albuquerque - Map
This motel is located in Albuquerque (Nob Hill), close to Aux Dog Theater, Mariposa Gallery, and Popejoy Hall. Also nearby …More
Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Albuquerque Airport - Univ. Area - Albuquerque Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Albuquerque Airport - Univ. Area

1501 Sunport Place, Albuquerque - Map
"We enjoyed our stay very much."
Ths was a very nice place to stay. The staff was very nice to deal with. We got there a little early but they still made it possable for us to check into the room that was very nice, large and comfortable.
karaokedude from Galup, NM
Situated near the airport, in Albuquerque, this hotel is close to Championship Golf Course at the University of New Mexico …More
Hyatt Place Albuquerque Airport - Albuquerque Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hyatt Place Albuquerque Airport

1400 Sunport Place SE, Albuquerque - Map
"Great room, excellent service"
Convenient location, great room, excellent and attentive staff, really good complimentary breakfast
mdwfk8 from Denver
Hyatt Place Albuquerque Airport is a 2-minute drive from the terminals and 10 minutes from the historic city center. Within …More
Hotel Cascada - Albuquerque Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Cascada

2500 Carlisle Blvd Ne, Albuquerque - Map
2.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)
Close to universityMore
Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town - Albuquerque Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town

800 Rio Grande Blvd Nw, Albuquerque - Map
"Beautiful hotel! Great view of Sandia mountains."
Totally impressed with room. Clean, fresh. Nice touch with Aveeda products. All staff great!
aprissienurse from Las Cruces, NM
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is close to Albuquerque Museum, Old Town Plaza, and New Mexico Museum of …More

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    Albuquerque, New Mexico Hotel Guide

    You don’t need to be a millionaire to stay in even the ritziest hotels in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Rates are very affordable, even if you’re looking to stay at a smaller boutique hotel or a large and amenity-packed 4-star resort.

    Want to be in the middle of everything? Downtown Albuquerque includes many interesting hotel sites, plus a great selection of shops and restaurants. This is where you’ll find high-rise brand-name hotels that offer all the extra comforts in a convenient part of the city.

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    Looking for an exclusively Albuquerque stay? Lodgings near Old Town feature more quaint and traditional historical buildings that are a mix of boutique hotels and bed and breakfasts. Get individualized service in a homey atmosphere. The area is very walkable and has the vintage charm of Old New Mexico.

    If shopping is a major draw for you, Uptown is definitely where you want to be. It’s easy to get into the Downtown area, but Uptown has tons of shops and restaurants of its own, giving you the choice of staying near your hotel.

    The University of New Mexico district is perfect for those on a budget, as well as those who don’t want to rent a car. With many reasonably priced hotels and restaurants, there is also a great public transportation system to help you get around to other areas of Albuquerque. You can even walk to or from the airport from the UNM district, especially if you pack light and don’t have a lot of luggage to take with you.

    Stay in the historic district of Nob Hill, where you can book a room in one of your favorite hotel chains or a lovely boutique hotel. Rates are very affordable, which means you can splurge on goodies at the funky and trendy shops, lively nightspots, and posh restaurants that round out this neighborhood.

    Hotels in Albuquerque, NM

    Use Travelocity to find great deals on hotels in Albuquerque, New Mexico! Hotels can be booked quickly and easily today. Compare prices, locations, customer reviews, and star ratings to find the best option for your trip. Also, don't forget your itinerary: While you're in the area, choose your hotel based on which of the many great sites and attractions you'd like to see. Couples, singles, and families can find the best deals on hotels in Albuquerque, NM, for their vacation now!

    Must-See Attractions

    Whether you're in town for business or pleasure, there are a few things that you should really see in Albuquerque, NM. Hotels on the northern end of the city may be closer to the Sandia Peak Tramway, which is a trip that shouldn't be missed! This 2.7-mile tramway brings you to the top of the 10,378-foot Sandia Peak, where you can have a spectacular view of the city and the greater Rio Grande Valley. Consider taking the trip during the sunset hours, and definitely bring your camera. Another important stop on your trip could be the eclectic Old Town Albuquerque, which brings together galleries, antique shops, specialty stores, and restaurants in an old-world setting. The best time to book Albuquerque hotels is in October, as the city draws people from all over to the world to attend the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. Fall is also a great time for festivals like Dia de los Muertos as well. If you happen to be in the area during other times of the year, feel free to wander over to the Balloon Fiesta Park and the Anderson Abruzzo International Balloon Museum.

    The Western Land of Science and Discovery

    Since the city is the home base for several key industries today and for famous scientific endeavors like the Manhattan Project in the past, science thrives in Albuquerque. Hotels for families should be found near the ABQ BioPark. This massive park houses not only a zoo and a botanical garden but also an aquarium and Tingley Beach. Children and families can have a lot of fun exploring this section of town and finding everything from elephants to sharks to polar bears. For even more educational adventures, explore the renowned Explora Science Center, which promotes hands-on learning in which children use tools, make observations, and learn mathematical and scientific concepts interactively. On the other hand, perhaps your child would be more impressed by the giant Tyrannosaurus Rex or the hall of stars at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. It also features exhibits regarding the short and explosive history of the computer and some of the scientific discovers of the area. For more information on local scientific endeavors, visit the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, which educates about radiation, energy, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Cold War, and other pivotal moments in nuclear science. The nuclear industry has such a large impact on the city that the local baseball team is actually called the Arizona Isotopes.

    Culture and History

    Long before Europeans settled in the Albuquerque Basin, native peoples roamed the vast landscape, cultivated plants, and studied the stars. A short drive from Albuquerque is the Pueblo of Acoma, a breathtaking sight in the desert. While you're there, you can visit the Sky City Cultural Center and the Haak'u Museum. Also within a fair driving distance is the remarkable Petroglyph National Monument, which houses petroglyphs carved into volcanic rock about 400 to 700 years ago. Hike through this remarkable landscape to see the beautiful carvings along canyon trails. It's both a great climb and a fascinating historical landscape. You can also find many artifacts closer to Albuquerque. Hotels in the downtown area will be close to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, which often includes live music, Native American dances, works from local craftsmen, a cafe, and a historical museum. Nearby, there's the Albuquerque Museum near Old Town. It houses not only Native American art but also historical items from early settlers as well. It serves as both an excellent history museum and a great art museum.

    Many Ways to Explore

    Those visiting the area can have a lot of fun wandering away from their hotels. In Albuquerque, NM, there are many different ways to explore. You could run, hike, or bike along the Paseo del Bosque Trail to get a comprehensive look at the city. While you're on the trail, you could check out the public art, the Rio Grande State Park, and many of the great aforementioned sights such as the ABQ BioPark. If you'd rather not bike those 16 miles, catch a ride with the ABQ Trolley Company. Fans of the popular television show Breaking Bad would have a lot of fun on the "Bad Tour." On the other hand, you could see the city from the air. Since Albuquerque is such a popular site for hot air ballooning, you can also view the sunset over the valley with World Balloon Hot Air Balloon Rides or the Rainbow Ryders. Be sure to book your trip far in advance to get a chance at this great tour. Choose to ride in the morning or evening for a really romantic way to celebrate an anniversary or major event. Or perhaps you'd just like a simple food and wine tour. Make sure to check out local favorites like Sophia's Place, Two Fools Tavern, Taqueria Mexico, Frontier Restaurant, or The Grove Cafe & Market.

    When to Visit

    If you want to see the skies fill with hot air balloons, definitely come during the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. Festival season typically lasts between September and November; however, Albuquerque is a great place to visit year-round. The winter months typically have mild to cold weather, generally hovering around 40 degrees Fahrenheit, but the nearby mountains typically get snow, making it a favorite destination for skiers and snowboarders. The least crowded time of the year is in the summer months, with temperatures in the 90s and the chance of frequent afternoon showers. Note that when you're planning your trip, you can often find great deals with our vacation packages, which bundle your flight, car rental, and hotel into one cheap price. Find the best way to save with Travelocity today!

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