Conveniently located, Albuquerque Marriott is the best place to stay. This is a seventeen floor, high-rise building that houses over 400 rooms, a restaurant and lounge. If you choose to stay here, your room will be large, comfortable and beautifully decorated. Each room is designed with the business traveller in mind and has a large desk with a dual line telephone, data ports and voice mail. There is no need to run out and find an office center because the hotel has one. You can send faxes, use the computer with printer and make copies without leaving the building.
Located next to the Albuquerque Convention Center, in the center of downtown, this mammoth hotel is the ideal destination for business travellers. And the location, which is within walking distance of Old Town and area museums, is also perfect for those wanting easy access to area attractions. The guest rooms at Hyatt Regency of Albuquerque are luxurious, modern and designed for comfort. Each room has plenty of space and includes a work area. The rooms on the upper floors feature stellar views of the city and surrounding mountains.
This hotel is centrally located and sits across the street from Coronado Center. Although this is one of the older hotels in the midtown district, it is still one of the finest in town. You will feel welcome in the grand entry, with its marble floors and baby grand piano. The guest rooms are spacious with comfortable furnishings, including a desk where you can get some work done. On the ground level, an indoor swimming pool and a workout room give you a place to relax or get in some exercise after a long day.
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.
Residence Inn Albuquerque is an all-suites hotel that boasts 112 units aimed at the extended-stay traveller. Each suite is equipped with a modern refrigerator, microwave oven and coffee maker. The Gatehouse offers complimentary breakfasts and evening snacks. While you are there take a dip in the seasonal pool and enjoy the hot tub and fitness center. Bring your laptop, because the hotel offers data ports and a work desk with lamp. For a relaxing evening when the weather outside is frightening, each suite is equipped with a fireplace.
5151 San Francisco Road Northeast Albuquerque, NM 87109
Inspired by the spectacular architecture of the Mayans, this pyramid-shaped hotel is one of the best of all Albuquerque hotels. The inner atrium is a full ten-stories high, with glass elevators gliding alongside a 40-foot waterfall. In the evening, the murmur of the water is accompanied by the soft music from a grand piano. Ask for a room on the upper three floors and you will be treated to a view of the Sandia Mountains or the Rio Grande valley.
Located at New Mexico's crossroads, I-40 and I-25, this hotel is in a perfect location in the center of town. Most attractions are less than five minutes away by car, and the Sandia Crest Ski Area is a mere 25 mile jaunt. The MCM Elegante Albuquerque Hotel underwent a massive renovation in the late 1990s and upgraded to state-of-the-art amenities and added an elegant décor. The hotel staff is attentive and strives to serve your needs. Thirty of the rooms were transformed into spacious executive units perfect for a mobile office. The Event Center can host up to 300 guests. If work gets to be too much, you can head downstairs to the Sandia Springs virtual reality golf course and shoot a round.
The 128 rooms here are the epitome of modern hotel offerings. They can only be described as cavernous, with an L-shaped workstation where you can spread out your work and get it done if need be. If relaxation is more of what you are after, kick back on the plush sofa and enjoy a selection of in-room movies. The breakfast buffet is huge and complimentary, along with a daily copy of USA Today. The Albuquerque International Sunport is right next door and downtown is a few minutes away.
This is a great place to stay if you have business in the downtown area. The atrium has a two-story waterfall and an array of Southwest accents. The renovated guest rooms exude a sleek simplicity that pleases the eye. Many rooms feature mountain views. Besides being connected to the Albuquerque Convention Center, the hotel is a quick walk from Civic Plaza, Old Town and the famed Galleria Shops.
4630 Pan American Freeway Northeast Albuquerque, NM 87109
From the time you arrive at this inn and until you leave, you will be treated to comfortable surroundings and southwestern hospitality. The standard accommodations at this hotel is a two suite room with queen sized beds. The rooms are beautifully decorated and comfortably furnished sporting all of the modern conveniences. If you are in town on business, the rooms feature a desk with both data ports and modem lines. A limited continental breakfast is served in the lobby each morning, and there are a number of dining options nearby if you would like something more substantial. Take some time to relax by the indoor pool.
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