Arrived at motel about 2 hours before scheduled check-in time. I asked front desk host if it would be possible to check in early. Host called housekeeping to see if a room was cleaned and available yet which it was. Saved me from having to sit around in the front lobby for 2 hours. Room was neat, simple but well cleaned. Bathroom was cleaned well and with no mold or unsightly blemishes. NO bed bugs! Pretty quiet although I did wake a couple of times during the night hearing what could have been doors slamming. Breakfast bar is pretty basic. No fresh cooked items. All in all I was pretty pleased with the stay. Hotel staff was helpful, courteous and friendly. As I stated in my review title, the price was descent for the room and facilities that were available and provided.
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
This hotel is right off of I-25 so it makes traveling to other parts of the city easy. Traffic was not that bad even at rush hour. There is a Starbucks in walking distance though Ryan at the front desk makes great coffee. All staff were extremely helpful and friendly. Hotel was clean and accommodating with very comfortable King Size bed. Pool and Jacuzzi could use a little work though it was clean and I did see someone servicing it. Traditional Native American décor make this 3 star hotel a cut above the rest. Would stay again.
Traveller from Jersey City NJ
Located in the Balloon Fiesta Park district, Nativo Lodge is a 15-minute drive from Albuquerque International Sunport. Nativo …More
I stayed at this hotel for several days. The maid staff were very bad. The only people to show up only asked for towels or sheets that were dirty and did not give me replacement supplies (toilet paper, soap, etc.). I asked repeatedly over the course of several days w/front desk to make sure they took care of my room to take garbage, give me toilet paper, etc. Continually, I was ignored with cruelty and mismanagement. They need to work on their maid staff attitudes which are very bad and show laziness and incompetence.
Traveller from Denver
Situated in Bernalillo, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Coronado Historic Site, Santa Ana Star Casino, and Santa Ana Golf …More
We loved everything about your hotel except ONE thing...we couldn't close the drapes & had to "deal" with the light from the parking lot & dawn breaking in the room...one of us had to go outside to see what privacy we had...although we didn't seem to be able to see inside the room, privacy was questionable due to NOT BEING ABLE to close the room darkening drapes. We think this should be changed. Otherwise enjoyed our stay with you. Kelly Castaldi
This family-friendly Albuquerque hotel is located in the historical district, within a 15-minute walk of Nizhoni Gallery and …More
Hotel is next to the convention center where I am sure most of their business is drawn from. Nice place and quiet rooms. A bit understaffed with only one bellman valet combination person resulting in delays if there are two guests requiring service at the same time.
Traveller from Texas Hill Country
Historic Hotel Andaluz places guests in downtown Albuquerque, a 10-minute drive from Albuquerque International Sunport. It's …More
Drury hotels are usually some of the best, and this establishment is no exception. Well managed, excellent hot breakfast buffet and happy hour drinks and food.
Only negatives are the weak wifi and road noise from I-25.
Located in Northern Albuquerque, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Cliff's Amusement Park and Putt-Putt Golf and Games. ITT …More
It was a wonderful stay for the stop off drive to Dallas Tx. Had a great experience with the front desk clerk. System was down and he worked hard to get it fixed and get us checked in at 2am that morning. Very grateful
Traveller from TX
Located in Northern Albuquerque, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of ITT Technical Institute, Cliff's Amusement Park, and …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.