This was disappointing as travelers traveling back home we decided to stay here for the waterslide to allow our kids to enjoy their last day of fun before we get home to Arizona. The front desk informed us the waterslide was closed Monday - Friday's during school days? In that case shouldn't the bar should also be closed Monday - Friday's because of working days.
Traveller from Phoenix, AZ
Located in the Midtown business district, this Albuquerque hotel is conveniently accessible to I-40 and I-25. The University …More
"Good place to spend either on night or several da"
This a good hotel to stay for a few/several days. There is a secured parking 24-hour coffee/tea, a swimming pool and a breakfast of course.
Hotel staff is professional and polite. Room is in good condition.
I especially liked the fact that not only towels but also a toothbrush and a shaving razor are in the room. Such simple thing missed by majority hotels.
Overall I liked it there.
Traveller from Los Angeles, CA
Located on historic Route 66, this downtown Albuquerque hotel is 7 blocks from the convention center. Old Town and the Rio …More
If you have a car, no problem finding places to eat; however, not much within walking distance for food or entertainment. The room I initially was assigned did not get wifi so the staff was very accommadating and switched me to a room that did get wifi. Everything in the room worked fine and it was very clean. It is just alongside an interstate but the a/c running on low was enough to cover the outside noise. Very nice woman on the staff drove me to the airport. Overall, very pleasant experience
Traveller from Belize
Situated in Albuquerque, this hotel is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Maxwell Museum of Anthropology and 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Indian …More
I ended up staying here because of the rudeness of the front desk clerk at the hotel I originally booked with. I left that place looking for another place to stay and ended up here at Hojo.
Ended up saving over 50.00 compared to what I was going to pay at the other place. The staff here was awesome. They are very friendly and helpful.
The room was very clean and comfortable.
I would stay here again for sure.
Traveller from Texas
This hotel is 1 mile from University of New Mexico and Albuquerque Convention Center, and 3 miles from Old Town Albuquerque.More
Before booking this hotel we read all the reviews, but decided to take the chance anyways because the deal was pretty good. We checked in about 9pm on a weekday. There was not a lot of cars so there was ample parking. The area is more industrial looking so no tourist stuff. Front doors were locked and we were buzzed in by the night staff. The night staff was very friendly. She was cheerful and pleasant. We unloaded everything from the car because we've read that there was a lot of break-ins. The room was very large. We booked a king suite, so there was 2 bathrooms and a separate bedroom. At first glance the room looked very clean, but then we noticed the stains on the carpet, razor blade under the air conditioning unit, and large water-bug running around. Husband killed the bug and we simply left the razor blade alone. Bathrooms were clean enough, but it was old. Bed was clean and comfortable. Walls were thick because we didn't hear anything. Our window was facing the freeway, so we can hear cars honking their horns. The microwave was missing a foot so it wobbled when used. When we woke the next morning, my husband went downstairs to check on our car. Our was car was fine, but our neighbor wasn't too lucky. His moving truck was broken into and everything was taken. So, I guess the reviews about break-ins were accurate. However, overall we didn't have any major problems while staying there and would most likely stay there again, if needed.
Traveller from Las Vegas, NV
Located in the heart of Albuquerque, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of New Mexico Steam Locomotive and Railroad Historical …More
Roomy with decent furniture, decor is tired and dated, air conditioner is old style, noisy, never really gets cool. Pool area is lovely and staff are friendly. Breakfast is generous, but exact same menu for 8 straight days we were there. Fairly quiet.
Convenient to downtown, hospital district, not far from Old Town.
Traveller from Amarillo, TX
Located in the heart of Albuquerque, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, Indian Pueblo …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.