10330 Hotel Avenue Northeast Albuquerque, NM 87123
If you are on a budget, but do not want to scrimp on comfort, this motel has rates that rival lower-end properties and amenities that surpass more costly rivals. An indoor pool and hot tub is located in the main building and a full, complimentary breakfast buffet is offered. The rooms are spacious and equipped with large televisions, ice boxes and coffee makers. Some rooms offer an unblocked view of the Sandia Mountains.
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.
900 Medical Arts Avenue Northeast Albuquerque, NM 87102
Perched on a hill overlooking the Rio Grande valley, this hotel offers sweeping views of the western skyline and New Mexico sunsets. The renovated rooms are huge, with kings or queens, data ports and in-room movies. Executive rooms feature a comfortable sofa and an overstuffed chair where you can relax with a book. In addition to the beautiful rooms, there is one suite too. The room rates are marginally higher during the Kodak Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. Special group and package rates are available.
Located in the heart of the city, this inn is a popular overnight stopping point for interstate travelers and business guests alike. The competition among midtown hotels is fierce, and this small property makes every effort to grab and hold their share of the market with superb service and extremely clean rooms and facilities. The outdoor pool sparkles and the televisions feature remote controls and in-room movies. Each guest room is tastefully decorated and furnished for comfort.
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.
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.
5101 Ellison Street Northeast Albuquerque, NM 87109
With awesome views of the Sandia Mountains, newly refurbished rooms and great dining nearby, you can not go wrong staying here. Just south of Interstate 25, this inn is convenient for those who have business in both Albuquerque and Santa Fe. The hotel is only a few years old and the rooms are subtly decorated in pale Southwestern hues. Each guest room is comfortably furnished and has a television, telephone, desk and ample lighting. The staff is friendly and helpful.
This beautiful Southwestern-style building houses some of the nicest, affordable luxury rooms in town. The rooms are decorated in Southwestern prints and colors, and set up for the comfort of the guest. You will have plenty of room plus a desk, high-speed Internet access and an in-room coffee maker. The attached cantina is usually quiet, but can get pretty lively when the hotel fills on weekends. The hotel sits on the northern end of town, eight miles from the airport, with easy access to Interstate 25.
7630 Pan American Highway Northeast Albuquerque, NM 87109
Howard Johnson Express Inn is one of the new motels that have been popping up along the northern end of town. The rooms are clean, modern and beautifully decorated with a Southwestern motif. The location, just off of Interstate 25, gives you quick access to any part of town. If you are lucky enough to get a room here during the first two weeks of October, you will have great views of the Balloon Fiesta!
6000 Pan American Freeway Northeast Albuquerque, NM 87109
This is a new luxury hotel on the northern end of town. The lobby is rich in culture, large, colorful and inviting, with a 21-foot bronze sculpture at the entry and 10 12-foot hand-carved wooden sculptures. The highlight of the hotel is an art gallery featuring work by famous New Mexican artists. The spacious rooms are tastefully decorated in rich colors and southwestern accents. Each room has a large desk and work area. This is a prime location for getting to and from anywhere in town, with easy access to Interstate 25. The Sunport and downtown are only a 15-minute drive, and the busy Journal Center is less than a mile away. If you are lucky enough to get a room here in October, you will have front row seats for the Kodak Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
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