For more budget-friendly or cheap hotels in Albuquerque, Econo Lodge Inn & Suites or Super 8 Midtown are nice choices. 55 cheap accommodation deals provide easy access to Metropolitan Community Church of Albuquerque.
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FAQs about hotels in Albuquerque
We hope that the answers to these questions will help you plan your trip
What are the top places in Albuquerque city center?
There are 8 hotels and other accommodations in Albuquerque city center to choose from. Doubletree By Hilton Hotel rated 8.6/10 is the best hotel with an outdoor swimming pool, a casino and a golf course, located 10 minutes' walk from the city center. Hotel Andaluz with rating 8.4/10 and The Clyde Hotel rated 8.6/10 are other favorite hotels in the area. To see more central hotels click here.
What are the greatest places to stay in Old Town district, Albuquerque?
There are more than 5 places to stay in Old Town district. One of the best hotels is The Monterey Motel with rating 8.4/10. Offering 24-hour reception, fitness classes and a swimming pool on site, this property is a 10-minute walk from ABQ BioPark. Another top accommodation is El Vado Motel at the cost of 159US$ per night, which can offer an outdoor swimming pool, a golf course and concierge service on site. Hotel Chaco is a hotel with rating 8.0/10 at the cost of 299US$ per one night. To see more hotels in this area go here.
What are the most popular cheap hotels in Albuquerque?
There are more than 67 top budget properties in Albuquerque. Motel 6-Albuquerque, Nm - North rated 7.6/10 is great for your budget stay in Albuquerque. This property has an outdoor swimming pool, 24 hour front desk assistance and laundry service. Also, we recommend Sonesta Simply Suites with rating 7.8/10 for 52US$ per night, which offers an a fitness center and a gym. Other budget options are Holiday Inn Hotel And Suites - North Interstate 25, An Ihg Hotel, Quality Inn & Suites Downtown - University Area and Days Inn By Wyndham West. To see more cheap hotels go here.
What are the most popular boutique hotels in Albuquerque?
For travelers searching for a modern hotel in Albuquerque, Booked.net has more than 10 boutique options. One of the finest boutique hotels is Sandia Resort And Casino rated 8.6/10 at the cost of 194US$ per night. Courtyard By Marriott rated 8.6/10 is a stylish hotel with fitness classes, a gym area and an indoor pool at the cost of 139US$ per night. Hilton Garden Inn Uptown rated 8.0/10: a 3-star hotel with a tennis court, a casino and an indoor swimming pool on site. To see more boutique hotels click here.
What are the best romantic hotels in Albuquerque?
According to Booked.net travel data, there are 25 deals for couples. Check Quality Suites Airport rated 8.2/10 with a picnic area, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course. It’s set 2 miles from Tingley Field and costs about 81US$ per night. Check other suitable accommodations - Econo Lodge Midtown, Extend-A-Suites West and Residence Inn By Marriott North. Go here to check more romantic accommodations.
Which hotels in Albuquerque are good for families?
According to 1212 travelers' reviews, there are 31 family deals to consider. Hyatt Place Airport (rating: 8.4/10): a family-hotel with an outdoor swimming pool, a golf course and a business center for 134US$ per night. You also can book Comfort Inn Airport (rating: 7.4/10) for about 60US$ per night. This kid-friendly property offers an indoor swimming pool, a golf course and free shuttle bus service on site. To see more family accommodations click here.
What are the best accommodations with easy access to ABQ BioPark?
You can stay at The Clyde Hotel rated 8.6/10, a 4-star hotel, set a 15-minute walk from ABQ BioPark. It offers an outdoor swimming pool, a golf course and 24-hour room service on site. For more deals go here.
What are the top places to stay in Albuquerque with outdoor pools?
According to 2131 reviews, there are 44 hotels featuring outdoor pools in Albuquerque. You may also like Days Inn & Suites By Wyndham Airport rated 8.2/10. This property will cost you 58US$ per night. Other top properties are El Vado Motel, Doubletree By Hilton Hotel and Isleta Resort & Casino (Adults Only).
What are the best pet-friendly hotels in Albuquerque?
According to Booked.net travel data, there are 3 options that allow pets. Alternatively, check Motel 6-Albuquerque, Nm - Midtown rated 7.4/10 with 24-hour front desk, laundry and housekeeping service. It costs 68US$ per night. See more pet-friendly hotels here.
Which hotels are the best ones to stay at in Albuquerque?
For instance, book Hampton Inn & Suites Airport rated 8.6/10 for 51US$ per night. It's set 2.7 miles from Eunice Kaloch Park and provides a casino, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course. As an alternative, check Suburban Studios rated 8.8/10 with a business center, shopping service and laundry service on site.
What are the best luxury hotels in Albuquerque?
Alternatively, check Ramada By Wyndham Midtown rated 8.6/10 for 69US$ per night. This classic and comfortable hotel features an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor pool and a swimming pool, along with a picnic area, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course.
What are the best spa hotels in Albuquerque?
We recommend Best Western Airport Innsuites Hotel & Suites (rating: 8.4/10) for 71US$ per night. It's located a 30-minute walk from Roosevelt Park and provides an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course. Alternatively, check Sleep Inn Airport (rating: 8.2/10) offering a picnic area, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course, as well as a gym and an indoor swimming pool.
What are the best breakfast hotels in Albuquerque?
We recommend Quality Inn East I-40 Juan Tabo Exit with rating 7.8/10, a nice deal with a business center, a laundry room and fitness on site. It costs about 51US$ per night. Alternatively, book Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham West rated 8.0/10 at the cost of 91US$ per night. It offers shuttle service, a business center and free private parking.
How much does it cost to stay in a hotel in Albuquerque?
According to Booked.net travel data, the average prices for Albuquerque properties are:
A 3-star hotel room costs about 89US$ per night. Check Wyndham Hotel And Conference Center (rating: 7.8/10).
A 4-star hotel room costs 138US$ per night. You may like Sheraton Uptown, which offers 24-hour front desk, laundry service and dry cleaning service.
How much is a hotel in Albuquerque for tonight?
According to Booked.net travel data, the average prices for tonight in Albuquerque are: Sheraton Airport Hotel (rating: 8.2/10) may cost you about 34US$ per night.
What are the best resorts in Albuquerque?
To stay at the top Albuquerque resort, check 35 properties on Booked.net. We recommend Motel 6-Albuquerque, Nm - Coors Road rated 8.6/10 with 24-hour front desk, laundry service and housekeeping service on site. It costs about 59US$ per night. Alternatively, check Homewood Suites By Hilton Uptown rated 9.0/10, a nice option providing a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and a casino, as well as shuttle service, laundry facilities and dry cleaning on site. Check other great resorts such as La Quinta Inn By Wyndham Northeast, Hampton Inn-University/Midtown and Econo Lodge East. Go here to see more great options.
What are the best hotels near Quirky museums?
On Booked.net you will find 5 great accommodations near Quirky museums in Albuquerque. We recommend Econo Lodge Old Town rated 8.4/10, a perfect hotel set 10 minutes' walk from Quirky museums. It costs 55US$ per night and offers a picnic area, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course. Also, you may like Best Western Plus Rio Grande Inn rated 8.4/10 with a picnic area, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. It costs 116US$ per night.
Where to stay in Albuquerque?
Best cheap hotels in Albuquerque
Albuquerque airports & Subway stations
Hotels near Albuquerque - Alvarado Transportation Center train station include Fairfield Inn and Hyatt Regency Albuquerque.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you want to explore Albuquerque, there are a variety of central hotels, such as Hotel Andaluz and Mauger Estate B&B.
To explore the city's natural scenery, consider booking a hotel near Occidental Life Building, such as The Hotel Blue that is a 10 minutes' walk away and set next to parks and a botanical garden. If you're traveling to Albuquerque to visit Technical Vocational Institute, there are 8 good hotels close by, such as Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Albuquerque Airport and Comfort Inn Albuquerque Airport.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Albuquerque
Isleta Resort And Casino is a first-class luxury hotel situated 15 miles from Cliff's Amusement Park. If you like comfort and coziness, think about booking a room at Embassy Suites Albuquerque - Hotel & Spa which is within 10 minutes' walk of The Cell. If other hotels don't suit you, try the reliable Days Inn Midtown Abq or Days Inn By Wyndham East Albuquerque, located near Hanan's Hands.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
B&Bs in Albuquerque include Beautiful Blue House and Downtown Albuquerque Apt, 1 Mile To Old Town!. For families traveling with kids, Knights Inn Downtown Albuquerque or Homewood Suites By Hilton Albuquerque Airport are must-stay accommodations, as they offer free self-parking and a swimming pool. Holiday Inn Express & Suites Albuquerque-N. Balloon Fsta Pk is a popular resort that also offers a tennis court, a casino and tubing, so you and your entire family can relax after a day exploring Albuquerque.
City Guide: Discover the best of Albuquerque
Albuquerque is a city off the beaten track.
Unlike its sister cities of Santa Fe and Taos, which are also Mexican in origin, Albuquerque is distinctly chic. It may not have the same quantity of Santa Fe galleries and give way to spectacular views caught in Taos, but beats both with its hot welcome and no less hot-air balloons concentrated in the sky right above the city. This is not a magic, but evidence of the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta held every October.
The event is a perfect way to start your visit.
What's more? You can find it out on your own with Booked.net from cheap hotels in Albuquerque to those packed with luxuries all available with maps, photos and secure forms to complete your stay in Albuquerque – a city where locals drink tequila instead of water.
In this bustling New Mexico city all cultures from Spanish, Mexican, Native American, Anglo, and Asian find time to drink tequila in warm evenings as soon as sunset comes. It is the time when ethnic differences vanish and give way to the unique whole - 448,607 residents all ''authentic Mexicans'' love Albuquerque as if it was their motherland.
You will like as well this typical Sun Belt City with the highest elevations in the United States ranging from 1490m above sea level near the Rio Grande to 1950m in the foothill areas of Sandia Heights and Glenwood Hills. The entire area offers comprehensive selection of things to do and places to see. Attractions include;
- Rio Grande Zoo with polar bears, lions, zebras, tigers, giraffes, and elephants to be met there
- Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum traces a history of ballooning
- Albuquerque Museum of Art and History preserves artifacts from the rich past of New Mexico
In this museum you hardly at first recognize relicts of the small settlement that Albuquerque once was in 1706. Named after Spain's duke of Albuquerque the city thrived on its strategic location on a trade route and also farming became dominant from the start in the fertile Rio Grande Valley. A huge growth came with the turn of the 20th century, as railroad workers boosted the city. In 1926 they established Route 66 nicknamed as "The Mother Road" that contributed much to the modern economy of the city.
Today Albuquerque has moved towards hi-tech achievements, gradually building a reputation of the leading cost-effective computer maker and gained attention for its progress in filmmaking with Albuquerque "Q" Studios and Sony Pictures Imageworks.
Whatever interests you have be it film industry or groovy festivals, Albuquerque will keep you occupied during your stay there, but first consider booking in advance a hotel in Albuquerque at Booked.net – a website with discount hotel offers.