Aug 22 - Aug 23
I was impressed with the property overall. Nice ambiance. Hotel staff were very nice and helpful. The 4th floor lounge could use some improvement. Lounge staff were pleasant but not very customer service oriented. Service was very very slow for an empty lounge. Food was ok. I would stay at the Hotel ...
Sep 6 - Sep 7
Wasn't best place for me with a dog (downtown city location of hotel). No rooms on first floor and only grassy area was a block away and very small area at that. BUT staff was very welcoming to my Jack Jack pup and he got lots of love from them. Rooms 712 was on small side, but comfortable, so if ...
This hotel has secure parking. The staff was nice. The property has items that are nice additions to the room like a microwave and frig w a freezer. Large closet was nice. The bed was new and fantastic. The carpets were very tired and maintenance items such as painting common areas are needed.
Aug 25 - Aug 26
Easy to find. Friendly staff. Lady at front desk was nice. Loved her hair.
Albuquerque will charm you right away. Set between imposing mountain ranges on a desert terrain, through which the Rio Grande flows, its sheer beauty will make you linger on. Should you want to explore its surroundings, know that other New Mexico attractions, such as Acoma Pueblo and Chaco Canyon, are close by. Still, it is not its wonderful landscapes all around that will make your New Mexico vacation a fabulous one, but the city itself.
Start off your getaway with a walk in the past in Old Town, which has seen three centuries of Spanish and Native American residents. To learn more about it all, visit the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History and relive the early stages of Western settlement in its exhibitions, including cowboy boots from the 16th century and 17th-century pottery. To complete the journey, cool off on a hot day at the Church of San Felipe de Neri, which dates back to the year 1706.
Just before the sun starts setting, why not opt for the Sandia Peak Tramway? This way, you can see the last rays of sunlight radiate through the adobe streets and over Rio Grande Valley down below and then see the city lights sparkle at night. When the day is done, put on your dancing shoes and make your way to Downtown for modern dance clubs and martini bars. For Celtic and bluegrass tunes, step into the O'Niell's Irish Pub, which is close to the University of New Mexico.