Convenient Boutique Hotels in Albuquerque

Albuquerque, New Mexico, bills itself as the “Hot Air Ballooning Capital of the World.” With fantastic weather and clear skies most days of the year, no one would contest the epithet attached to it. You can conquer the skies here by riding the hot air balloon, helicopter or glider plane, and an aerial tramway that ascends to a 10,378-foot peak of Mt. Sandia Mountains. There are a host of amazing outdoor adventures like hiking, golf, horseback riding, skiing and snowboarding, water rafting, mountain biking, and rock climbing. Rich in culture, arts, and history, Albuquerque is surely your destination waiting to be discovered.

Before you pack your bags, book one of these great boutique hotels in Albuquerque. They’re waiting to show you the kind of American hospitality you’ve never had before.

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Hotel Parc Central

This historical building with a modern interior design is a fresh site to look at. As its name suggests, the hotel is centrally located with a plethora of dining options within walking distance. The rooftop bar, called Apothecary Lounge, is a refuge for a tired traveler who wants a drink or two at the end of the day. The view overlooking the city at night is fantastic, too! Hotel Parc Central rooms have iPod docking stations, free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, and a refrigerator. The hotel also offers free shuttle service to the airport.

Hotel Blue Albuquerque

If you’re on a road trip via Route 66, this hotel is a great place to stay for a night or two. It’s not just near the historic route but also at the heart of the downtown area. The tempur-pedic mattress welcomes you with ease and comfort that feels like home. The affordable room rates include free breakfast with Starbucks coffee and freshly-baked cookies, fast Wi-Fi connection, parking, and 100 HD channels on a 40-inch LCD TV. Hotel Blue-Albuquerque is also convenient for those attending conventions or seminars. The Albuquerque Convention Center is nearby and can be reached on foot or by taking the hotel’s free shuttle bus.

Hotel Andaluz

Conde Nast Traveller Readers voted this hotel as one of the Top 10 hotels in the Southwest. And it’s easy to know why. With gorgeous decor and fun vibes, Hotel Andaluz is home to many travellers. To the locals, the hotel is a social and cultural hub. Ibiza, its rooftop bar, hosts casual events at night, and it’s a good place for networking and meeting people. You can enjoy private fine dining in the nicely decorated casbahs. And, don’t miss the wine and tapas restaurant to experience authentic Spanish cuisine. And, if you’re feeling under the weather or you just want to be in the comfort of your bed, try the hotel’s excellent in-room dining service.

Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town

Staying at this adobe-style hotel feels like you’re time traveling. It’s in the heart of the Old Town and it is surrounded by historical attractions. A part of what you pay for your stay here is donated to the National Institute of Flamenco. When booking, ask for a room with a private balcony with a view of the magnificent mountains. Don’t miss the free Walking Tour of the Historic Old Town. If you’re planning on shopping, ask them about the Local Treasures Discount Program to save money. Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town has a restaurant and three bars where you’ll never get bored.

Clubhouse Inn Albuquerque

Conveniently located downtown, Clubhouse Inn Albuquerque offers a lush green backyard and an inviting pool. Guests rave over the freshly made breakfast buffet, especially the create-your-own waffles option. The hotel has a good Wi-Fi connection, free parking, and incredible staff. Don’t miss the “Manager’s Reception Hour” where complimentary wine, beer, and cocktail drinks are served from 5 to 8 p.m., Mondays through Saturdays. You can’t find this complimentary deal in any hotel in Albuquerque.


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