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4.0 / 5Very Good
2 reviews


  • Air Conditioning
  • Washer
  • Fireplace


What's nearby

  • Popular Location
    Albuquerque Museum
    12 min walk
  • Popular Location
    Old Town Plaza
    14 min walk
  • Popular Location
    New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
    20 min walk
  • Airport
    Albuquerque, NM (ABQ-Albuquerque Intl. Sunport)
    9 min drive

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    About this area


    Located in Albuquerque, this vacation home is in the city center. Isleta Amphitheater and Albuquerque Museum are cultural highlights, and travelers looking to shop may want to visit ABQ Uptown and Coronado Center. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at Tingley Coliseum or Isotopes Park.

    Popular Location

    What's nearby

    • Albuquerque Museum - 12 min walk
    • Old Town Plaza - 14 min walk
    • New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science - 20 min walk
    • El Rey Theater - 4 min drive
    • Albuquerque Convention Center - 4 min drive

    Getting around

    • Albuquerque Alvarado Transportation Center - 5 min drive
    • Albuquerque, NM (ABQ-Albuquerque Intl. Sunport) - 9 min drive

    About this property

    Small Home Near Old Town Albuquerque!

    This great house has all the original charm of the 1950's with a great location right off I-40; Easy to find just get off the Rio Grande exit of I-40 head north one block to Rose Ave. Come stay for a night on your motorcycle or RV trip, or stay for the whole Balloon Festival. Expansive RV and motorcycle gated parking available. 4 bedrooms one with a king bed, one with a queen bed, a third with a full/twin bunk bed and a queen, and fourth has a queen bed. Lots of space for kids and to relax. The home does not have a "full kitchen", so don't feel pressure to cook! Old Town and fabulous food is 3 blocks south, so enjoy all the local flavors! Home has a hot plate, microwave, and refrigerator for a quick breakfast or lunch on the go. Keywords: RV parking, Old Town, motorcycle parking, vacation rental home

    Entire place

    You'll have the entire home to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.

    Property manager


    Speaks English

    Property amenities


    Internet access

    Parking and transportation

    Onsite parking

    Food and drink

    Coffee/tea maker


    4 bedrooms
    Bed sheets provided


    2 bathrooms
    Towels provided

    Living spaces

    Living room
    Dining room


    TV with cable/satellite service
    DVD player


    Washing machine


    Air conditioning


    No pets allowed


    Smoke-free property

    Location highlights

    In the city center


    Sleeps 8
    Unit size: 1500 sq ft (139 sq m)

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    5/5 Excellent

      3 Traveling Women Forced to Give 5 Stars

      If you enjoy the idea of a vacation in a sketchy neighborhhood with a homeless camp close by then Rose Bungalow is the place for you. There is easy access to the freeways....Route 66 practically runs through the living room and right outside your other living room window is a gas station. There's no need for fancy artwork. The cracks in the walls and water damaged bubbled ceilings and walls give it lots of character. The bedroom windows have big hoses through them for some kind of cooler on the dressers. Then there are pieces of wood on the windows but I think the security company stickers on the windows are supposed to ward off any break ins. The backyard had a little BBQ but the old tire and hubcap on the patio and yard took away the charm. They might have flown off of a car from the freeway above the house. The caretaker was kind enough to warn us which streets close by were to be avoided and to make sure we locked our car in the enclosed area so it wouldn't get broken into. Once contacted the owner tried to give us ideas on how to spend our time - like calling the police on the homeless camp but we were busy cleaning up dog pee in the living room from the caretaker's dog and washing drinking glasses before they could be used. We left after our first night of which we paid for 3 and went to a hotel. I sent the owner the pictures of our complaints and a follow up text but haven't heard from her. They must have had a fabulous photographer for the house pictures because they do not truly reflect the tone of the home. One of the women I was with described it as more of a frat house where her 20 year old son would love to come with his friends. The owner did say that if I wasn't happy with the location of the bungalow I should have Google Earthed it before renting. Although I have never been disappointed before - even in Europe - I will take her up on the suggestion from now on. She also told me I could only give her property a 5 star review. I hope I am doing it justice.


        Odd property and location, but lots of sleeping space

        This is an interesting house in an unfortunate location - right on a busy street, next to a gas station and the highway. It's convenient, but noisy. While there are charming original architectural details and decor in some rooms, others feel like awkward additions. The house itself is unusual. As the description states, there is no kitchen, but plenty of bedrooms. For the number of guests it sleeps, there is a lack of comfortable seating options - only a sectional sofa and dining room chairs. The two small bathrooms had balky plumbing. On the upside, the beds are comfortable and attractively made, and we enjoyed the easy access to Old Town and the freeways.

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