Jan 27 - Jan 28
Jan 31 - Feb 1
Jan 27 - Jan 28
Feb 1 - Feb 2
Clean property and everyone very attentive. Check in was fast and easy.
No problems. Very nice and peaceful stay and are returning to stay a couple morw nigjts
Jan 24 - Jan 25
The handicap shower was spacious & did not flood the floor like other places we’ve stayed. The bed was so comfy & the sheets just as comfy soft! I loved the couch that we had in our room, it was not squishy but very nice & firm.
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The famous French writer and poet Antoine de Saint-Exupery once said, “What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well.” Maybe that well is an oasis, lined with majestic palms, shielding the life-giving water at its center. Perhaps, too, it could be a torrent of rainfall gushing through an oft-dried creek bed. Maybe it’s something you weren’t even looking for. But every now and then that “well” is a charming city sprouting up from the sand and cacti. A city in the shadow of the Sandia Mountains, where neighborhoods of adobe buildings mimic the desert landscape…a city where you feel as if you’re back in the days when gauchos patrolled the streets. That well—that city—exists in central New Mexico in a place called Albuquerque. When you stay at any one of the amazing hotels in Albuquerque, all of natural wonder and southwestern culture are “well” within your reach.
Even though Duke City is relatively small, when you are trying to determine where to stay in Albuquerque, it may be best to find a hotel close to most of the points of interest on your itinerary. Whether it’s the history to be found downtown, the importance of a vital military installation, or the scenic beauty of the New Mexico desert, there is an Albuquerque lodging option for every adventure the area offers. Here are some of the most popular neighborhoods around town and hotel suggestions for each:
Center city in Albuquerque is a revitalized district offering nightclubs, theaters, and many events—not to mention the iconic Route 66. Flanking downtown are Old Town and Midtown. First settled in 1706, Old Town is Albuquerque’s historical and cultural hub, boasting a handful of museums and over 100 independent boutiques, local eateries, and art galleries. Conveniently located by the interchange of Interstates 25 and 40—as well as the University of New Mexico—Midtown is a great place to stay that puts you close to all the magic of Albuquerque. This is one of our favorite downtown hotels:
Aside from the university, most of the hustle and bustle in the city revolves around Kirtland Air Force Base, which, by the way, is located adjacent to the Albuquerque International Sunport. Given that, hotels in this area serve both business travelers staying near the airport and visitors in town attending events at the Air Force base. In between takeoffs and landings, you can get in a round of golf at one of the neighborhood’s courses, take in a show at the amphitheater, or catch an Isotopes minor league baseball game at the nearby stadium. Here are two great Albuquerque hotels close to Kirtland AFB:
Surrounding the city proper lies the natural wonder that helped earn New Mexico its nickname, the Land of Enchantment. Venture out to pueblos to see how Native Americans have lived in the past, explore the trails and woodlands high in the Sandia Crest, or visit one of three Navajo or Apache reservations to learn more about the native culture. If the outlying areas are calling, here is a perfect hotel to serve as your basecamp:
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