The landscaping was good. The breakfast was always fresh and delicious. Overall, nice place.
Such very friendly people. Wonderfully comfortable beds and very soft linens.
Property was clean. Staff was friendly and helpful. Facility was very pet and family friendly!
Everything was nice. Like being able to have a dog there. Price was good.
We stopped here on our road trip from Phoenix, Az. It's right off the freeway, but don't be turned away. The freeway noise isn't very loud. The hotel is very clean, pet friendly, and the staff is very helpful.
It was clean. Staff was courteous and prompt. No complains.
Southwest decor throughout the hotel is unique. Staff is friendly. Location is near services, Starbucks, Sprouts. Fridge in room.
Very quite too that was icing on the cake for a great stay
Nice all around. Stayed with a sports team and it accomodated everyone
Albuquerque is one of the oldest cities in the United States and as such has a unique multicultural heritage and history to boot. Explore Native American, Hispanic, and Latino roots as you stroll through the modern city. Especially if you have a pet to take out on daily walks, you will love the surrounding nature escapes as well. After all, constantly seeing the dramatic mountain backdrop will lure you eventually on a hike.
Any vacation is better if you can bring your beloved pet along. That is why Albuquerque is perfect. You can stay in one of the many pet-friendly hotels, which will pamper both you and your pooch. Begin your adventures at the Rio Grande Nature Center State Park. Located on the central Rio Grande flyway, this park offers plenty of trails as well as excellent bird watching of over 250 species throughout the year, such as roadrunners and wood ducks.
For more mountainous hikes, consider a trek around the ancient Sandia Mountains, to be found in the east of the city. Should you two feel somewhat lazy, take a ride up with the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway and gaze around from the heights. The view is spectacular. Especially if you stay for sunset, you will be treated to a show of glorious red colors on the mountains, which has given the mountains their name. Sandía in Spanish means watermelon and is supposed to be a reference to the red colors.