We stayed one night here. The hotel lobby and other public areas are beautifully restored historic spaces. Our room was a little disappointing - very small, a little drab.
The restaurant and rooftop bar are very nice.
The location is a little dicey. A very run down area, a few homeless people sleeping in doorways a block from the hotel. I wouldn’t walk outside at night.
Traveller from Rochester, NY
Historic Hotel Andaluz places guests in downtown Albuquerque, a 10-minute drive from Albuquerque International Sunport. It's …More
The hotel staff, front desk, especially, is outstanding! Very helpful, available at all times, no wait.
About the room: Forgot at times to give me fresh water glasses and fresh coffee mugs. Lighting is dim, no overhead light option. The TV has a limited choice of channels and has no guide. I wanted MSNBC and BBC and they were not available.
The restaurant is okay, good service. Food uneven, but there is a terrific happy hour special, shrimp cocktail. I give it a 5!
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Nizhoni Gallery and Old Town Plaza. New Mexico …More
I'd give the hotel 3.5 stars, but there is no way to do that.
At check-in, my reservation (for which I had already paid) was incorrect but was quickly rectified. Front desk clerk didn't explain anything except where my room was situated. I had to call to ask about the laundry room and to explore to find other facilities. The cleaning staff were very nice and professional and the wait staff at the attached restaurant were great.
The bed was comfortable and I slept well. TV had Showtime and lots of channels. I didn't find the chair comfortable. The room had a refrigerator but no extras. There was no free breakfast. Don't try to find free tea; there is no way to get it.
I had four meals at the attached restaurant and enjoyed them all.
Location, in the Old Historic district and close to the highway, was very good. It's a reasonable walk to museums, the zoo and the aquarium. I'd recommend the Natural Science museum. And, if you like mountains, drive up to the Sandia Crest. It's also near the beginning of a 16-mile walk/bike path.
Traveller from Staten Island, NY
This family-friendly Albuquerque hotel is located in the historical district, within a 15-minute walk of Nizhoni Gallery and …More
We had our flight cancelled at Albuquerque airport and quickly chose a place to stay for the night which was affordable. We were able to take a taxi to the hotel because the hotels shuttle driver was on her dinner break- and we got reimbursed on the spot. The front desk was incredibly and authentically friendly and helpful both at check in and check out. Highly recommend this hotel!
Traveller from Gonzales, CA
Located in the heart of Albuquerque, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Puerto Del Sol Golf Course and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from …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.