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Getting to Old Town

Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Albuquerque International Sunport, a major transportation hub for the area.


Outdoor activities in Old Town

Old Town is a great place to experience some of Earth's natural wonders. Head to ABQ BioPark - Zoo or ABQ BioPark Aquarium to see some unique and exotic creatures.

Albuquerque Botanical Garden and Sandia Mountain Malamutes are good options for spending some time outdoors in Old Town while breathing in that fresh air.


Where to eat in Old Town

Start your day right with some breakfast at restaurants like Golden Crown Panaderia, Church Street Cafe and Seasons Rotisserie & Grill, or stop by for a treat while you're buzzing around town.


Arts and culture in Old Town

Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Old Town at San Felipe de Neri Parish, The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History and Explora. Main Library, Barnes & Noble and The University of New Mexico offer a taste of culture and learning.


Where to stay in Old Town

Of all the places to explore in Old Town, Los Volcanes are the most popular.


Nightlife in Old Town

Enjoy cocktails or challenge the locals to a dance-off at Albuquerque Bar & Grill and Casa Esencia. Old Town's bars and clubs are on hand for pre-dinner drinks or a nightcap.


What to do in Old Town

There are plenty of ways to get out and enjoy yourself in Old Town. If stress-busting is more your thing, Skin Bliss Spa + Salon is an oasis of relaxation and pampering.

If you're looking for something fun to do with the whole family, kick back in the theaters at Lockheed Martin Dynatheater to see action-filled stories play out on the silver screen. University Stadium opens its doors to sports fans, offering concerts or a dose of althletics alongside sweet and savory treats.


What to do in Old Town

There are plenty of ways to get out and enjoy yourself in Old Town. If stress-busting is more your thing, Skin Bliss Spa + Salon is an oasis of relaxation and pampering.

If you're looking for something fun to do with the whole family, kick back in the theaters at Lockheed Martin Dynatheater to see action-filled stories play out on the silver screen. University Stadium opens its doors to sports fans, offering concerts or a dose of althletics alongside sweet and savory treats.


Outdoor activities in Old Town

Old Town is a great place to experience some of Earth's natural wonders. Head to ABQ BioPark - Zoo or ABQ BioPark Aquarium to see some unique and exotic creatures.

Albuquerque Botanical Garden and Sandia Mountain Malamutes are good options for spending some time outdoors in Old Town while breathing in that fresh air.


Where to stay in Old Town

Of all the places to explore in Old Town, Los Volcanes are the most popular.


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Staybridge Suites Albuquerque - Airport

Clear Attention To Detail!

Very pleasant stay for a great deal! When most hotels are cutting costs right and left, it is clear Staybridge Suites is working hard to ensure a great value.

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7 months ago

4.0

Fairfield Inn By Marriott Albuquerque University Area

Nice hotel

I like the Fairfield chain. The room is spacious, and, for the price, quite reasonable. Amenities like free internet, pool and hot tub, and free breakfast add together to inform a pleasant middle-priced traveling experience. All the people who work there are very nice too. For what it’s worth, I am not crazy about the tv, but other than that I can almost completely recommend the Fairfield to travelers who seek comfort at a budget friendly price. Probably more comfortable than a Comfort Inn.

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2 weeks ago

4.0

Howard Johnson Albuquerque Midtown

An economical, convenient stay in Albequerque, NM:

I was pleasantly surprised after staying in this very economical, large hotel convenient to all routes and Albequerque environs. The staff was particularly friendly and polite. David took great care in how our car rentals were parked to ensure there was no damage to our vehicles. He assisted me with me door key (card), etc. When I could not make a breakfast time downstairs ( a fine breakfast is offered every morning at this hotel.) Lisa saw that I had a bagel with cream cheese, jelly and butter brought up to my room -- I did not expect that at all and appreciated the attention to my situation as I did not feel too good that day. All in all, I would stay there again in the future when I return to this lovely state. Marlena Karami

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1 month ago

4.0

Super 8 Albuquerque Airport

Clean, convenient, close to airport, restaurants.

Albuquerque can be dicey. Some neighborhoods are clean and quiet while three blocks down is Crack Alley. This hotel is in a clean safe area with wide streets and easy traffic. The desk clerk who served me was the most delightful young woman you could ask for and my stay went flawlwssly. I'll be staying here my next trip to ABQ!

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1 week ago