1465 Rio Rancho Boulevard Southeast Rio Rancho, NM 87124
Rio Rancho welcomes you in style as you arrive at The Inn. The fact that it was built in 1969, when the city was brand new, more than qualifies this hotel as the city's first motel. With elegant large guestrooms opening on to several acres of lush mature landscape, the property still remains one of the city's finest hotels. See if you can find the pet roadrunner scampering around the grounds.
Sitting near the top of the West Mesa, this location offers spectacular views of the valley below as well as the Sandia Mountains. The Microtel Inn is tastefully decorated and state-of-the-art with data ports in each guest room. The rooms are large, simply decorated and furnished for your comfort. The hotel is within walking distance of the Tumbleweed Steak House and Saloon for your dining and drinking pleasure.
When in Albuquerque, Rio Grande Inn is your best bet for a pleasant stay. It takes care of leisure and business needs and is well known for its hospitality. Each room reflects the style of new Mexico with hand crafted furniture and original pieces of artwork. There are a lot of things to keep you entertained. Take a cool swim in the pool, hang out at the Zia Lounge, grab a bite at the Albuquerque Grill or lift weights at the exercise room.
1300 Tuyuna Trail Santa Ana Pueblo Albuquerque, NM 87004
Beautiful view of the Sandia mountains make a great backdrop for the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa. The hotel has the look and feel of an old fashioned plaza. With vast open space around, guests are invited to play golf, ride the horses through the breathtaking countryside or fly the hot air balloon or walk the ancient paths trod by ancient native Americans centuries ago. The option other than these is to laze around enjoy the hotel, fine dining,the spa facilities and do check the hotels most popular family activities which include stories under the stars, clay and culture, Tamaya traditions and a whole lot more.
Stay in Old Town Albuquerque where you can walk to everything, including shops, galleries, restaurants, museums, and parks! Enjoy this historic home with modern amenities including WiFi. Guests love the great complimentary breakfast, free parking and beautiful yard. All of the rooms have private baths, air conditioning, flat panel cable TV, iPod Home docking station, and more. Bottger Mansion of Old Town is close to airport, downtown, Convention Center, UNM, Route 66, and major attractions.
310 Rio Grande Boulevard Southwest Albuquerque, NM 87104
Your host Robert Hanna will welcome you to this inn, where you will become immersed in the culture and history of New Mexico. Once a secluded art colony where artists gathered to create, meditate and mingle, it still displays works created here in the rooms, and around the patio and garden. There are twenty-one suites tucked away in this quiet downtown compound. Each suite has a personality and décor of its own, and each varies widely in size and price. This inn is within walking distance of the historic Old Town.
414 C de Baca Lane Northwest Albuquerque, NM 87114
Situated in a grand adobe house, Casa del Granjero has been cared for and preserved by hosts who go out of their way to ensure all your needs are met and your stay is comfortable. Take a stroll through the flower gardens, or enjoy a roaring fire on chilly evenings. Victoria, the owner, has learned to cook from some of the world's finest chefs. Breakfast on a normal day will bring a hot entree, home baked breads and pastries, fresh fruits and a drink. Each room is beautifully and tastefully decorated with family heirlooms and antiques. Snuggle in under one of the exquisite hand-stitched quilts.
If you have business on the north side of Albuquerque, you might consider this relatively new motel. Even though it says limited in the name, there is nothing limited about it. Your room comes with a complimentary continental breakfast consisting of fresh pastries, breads, cereal, and beverage. An indoor pool, Jacuzzi and workout room helps you relax a little. Located close to Journal Center, it is situated just off of I-25 allowing for easy access to any part of town. A large number of wonderful eating establishments are close by to satisfy your hunger pangs.
5637 Rio Grande Boulevard Northwest Albuquerque, NM 87107
Located among the giant cottonwood trees that line the Rio Grande, this beautifully designed home is a great place to stay in Albuquerque. Sunken tubs, romantic lighting and French doors all lend to the feeling of indulgence. Enjoy the private patio in the evenings or visit other guests. Breakfast is included in the price of the room, and the proprietors go out of their way to spoil you with out-of-this-world menus. Gourmet New Mexican dishes, fresh fruit and fresh baked pastries give you a host of choices.
Built in 1790, this is a true hacienda in every way, including the common central courtyard. Two hundred years ago, it was a trading post on the famous Camino Real. Today the bed and breakfast inn brings the warmth of the past alive in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. The rooms will make you feel like you have walked into a Western movie. From the Mexican tile floors to the kiva fireplaces, this is the real deal.