Albuquerque Hotels

Since Albuquerque remains the most popular airport to fly into to in New Mexico it's no surprise that there are lots and lots of Albuquerque hotels in the city, from moderately priced all the way up to incredibly expensive! Each visitor knows what they can or want to pay for accommodation so some of the choices are knocked off right off the bat. Since Albuquerque hotels are in such abundance, sometimes its nice to stay within your budget for most of your trip and then opt for a more luxurious hotel. for a night or two as a treat. No matter what you decide to do it won't be difficult to find Albuquerque hotels.

When looking for a moderately priced hotel Albuquerque sure does have plenty of them. Being such a popular city it caters to people from every angle. When choosing your hotel Albuquerque does have some different areas close to different attraction o take a gander at a map before you decide. Many visitors decide on staying centrally located If choosing an Old Town hotel Albuquerque offers the beautiful Rio Grande which flows not far east from the center and is also located closest to the majority of points of interest.

Most reasonably priced hotels in Albuquerque, particularly in Old Town though not encompassing great luxury, still afford guests with great amenities and the majority still have that charming and colorful Southwestern flair. Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town is only 1 block from the Historic Old Town Plaza and about 10 minutes from the airport. It's also 1 block from museums and only 2 miles from the Rio Grande Zoo and downtown Albuquerque and 10 miles from the Isleta Casino. Amenities include a salon and day spa, swimming pool, outdoor pavilion, and onsite restaurant featuring tapas and traditional Spanish cuisine, concierge, valet laundry and more and all from $99. Rooms vary so check rates before reserving.

Another of the moderately priced hotels in Albuquerque located in the heart of Old Town is the Rio Grande Inn Best Western. This Best Western's convenient location finds the downtown district to the East, Route 66 to the South, the Rio Grande River to the West and is bordered I-40 to the North. Amenities include complimentary wireless internet access, refrigerator, premium cable service and the single king or double queen rooms are all comfortable, clean and all encompassed in a charming adobe-style building.

If looking for hotels in Albuquerque with that added bit of affluence for your entire stay or just for a night the Albuquerque Marriot. This well known Albuquerque hotel has just completed a multi-million dollar renovation! This Albuquerque hotel is found in the center of the shopping and dining district and overlooks the Sandia Mountains. Shopping, theaters, Old Town and the Sandia Peak Tram are all within close walking distance. The Marriot Albuquerque hotel offers bright and spacious suites, indoor/outdoor pools, fitness center, concierge lounge, on-site bar and restaurant, outdoor pavilion and more. Rooms are equipped with high speed internet access, cable TV, coffee makers, ironing boards and hair dryers. Many of the 411 suites at this Albuquerque hotel afford guests incredible views.

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