Hotel was great. Bed was comfort. Loved the swimming pool and loved the sliding door because we were able to park outside and quickly carry things in. We enjoyed the breakfast and staff were extremely friendly. Definitely would stay there again.
Located in the Midtown business district, this Albuquerque hotel is conveniently accessible to I-40 and I-25. The University …More
The staff was very friendly and contacted me by text before my arrival to make sure if there's anything they can do. Check in with quick and easy. The room was very clean and warm which is nice because it was 26 degrees outside. The bed was extremely comfortable and I slept well. Noise was minimal. I was close to the highway making access to other parts of the city quick.
Traveller from albuquerque, nm
Located in the Balloon Fiesta Park district, Nativo Lodge is a 15-minute drive from Albuquerque International Sunport. Nativo …More
I had stayed here a couple of years ago with my brother. The room I was given there was a problem with the heat. She offered to send someone up but I said since I was exhausted and needed a bath and to relax, I would rather have another room. She ended up giving me a suite on the 11th floor for the same price. It had magnificent views from a porch/deck and also views from another window ! I loved the room so much I ordered room service and thoroughly enjoyed that too (try their flan it is the best I've ever had).
Traveller from New Jersey
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Nizhoni Gallery and Old Town Plaza. New Mexico …More
We stayed four days while tending to the tasks needed to relocate to RR. This lodging is changing from a chain motel, to a quality lodging that reflects the local culture. The facility was lovely in all the common use areas, except for the windows in the dining room. There were large cracks in a couple of windows, and all the windows looked old; non residents in NM will not realize how much the wind driven sand, even in cities, wear out the windows. The room was clean, well arranged and huge. The fire place was a nice touch, and it provided gentle heat when it got chilly at night. The up grades were not complete though. The bed was a "cheap hotel rock" with bedding that was only basic. The bathroom was clean, but the poor lighting and the beige everything made it seem otherwise. The complementary breakfast was a disappointment, I only ate the offerings the first morning. This was very much a case of you get what you pay for. I paid a low price and received an attractively packaged economy hotel.
Situated in the business district, this hotel is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Cottonwood Mall and within 6 mi (10 km) of Casa San …More
El Camino Real, the colonial road that ran through Bernalillo, once led to Mexico City. The community’s rich history is reflected at the Coronado State Monument, the site conquistador Francisco Vásquez de Coronado is thought to have encountered in 1540 while searching for the fabled Seven Cities of Gold. Bernalillo is also known for its annual wine festival, the largest in New Mexico.