The hotel was clean and pleasant. The room we had was small and the bathroom/sink area was a little crowded but manageable. The room had a refrig, tv, free wifi, microwave and overlooked a park across the street. There was also free parking which was a plus since it was in the downtown area.
Traveller from Denver, co
Located on historic Route 66, this downtown Albuquerque hotel is 7 blocks from the convention center. Old Town and the Rio …More
We had stayed Super 8 Midtown for the Albuquerque Balloon Festival, which was convenient for the Park and Ride option leaving from the Coronado Center. Not being from the area, this was a relatively decent jumping pad. While the rooms and linens could use some updating, a person can't really can't be the nightly rate of being this close to the action without braking the piggy bank.
Traveller from US
Located in Downtown Albuquerque, this hotel is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Maxwell Museum of Anthropology and 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from …More
Didn't know what to think at first since I've never stayed at a Baymont, but was more than pleasantly surprised! Got a King Suite for under $60/night. Very spacious two-room suite, clean and roomy, with two TVs and bathrooms. Great for traveling with an 18-month old, who could have his own space to sleep in and not be bothered. Complimentary breakfast each morning was convenient and delicious. We visit Albuquerque roughly once each year, will definitely be back to stay here.
Traveller from US
Located in Downtown Albuquerque, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of New Mexico Steam Locomotive and Railroad Historical …More
The famed Route 66 runs through Downtown Albuquerque, site of the city’s convention center. Downtown is flanked on the west by Old Town and the Midtown/University neighborhood to the east. Among Old Town’s many landmarks is the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History. The University of New Mexico and shopping centers dominate the Midtown/University area. The Rio Grande Zoo is south of downtown.