Hotel Blue was not quite as nice as in the pictures and the rooms were a little dated but the staff was extremely nice, it was clean, there was a lovely pool and a decent breakfast. The view from the 6th floor was pretty nice. All in all totally worth your money if your expectations aren't too high.
Located on historic Route 66, this downtown Albuquerque hotel is 7 blocks from the convention center. Old Town and the Rio …More
"Historic hotel renovated with attention to detail."
Surrounds you with beautiful original Native American murals amidst moorish influence in the individually decorated casbahs in which you can have wine or dinner. Library filled with books on local history. great restaurant but not inexpensive. Not within walking distance of historic area. 10 minutes from airport.
Traveller from Albuquerque
Historic Hotel Andaluz places guests in downtown Albuquerque, a 10-minute drive from Albuquerque International Sunport. It's …More
My husband and I recently stayed at MCM Elegante. The staff went out of their way to accommodate our requests. The shuttle service they offer is not just from the airport to the hotel. They will take you to tourist attractions within a certain mile radius and then pick you up.
Ernesto, the manager, was very courteous. Josh, Mark and the other shuttle drivers were very courteous and knowledgeable about the tourist attractions.
It appears that the hotel is being renovated and they haven't gotten to the room we stayed in yet. That is why I didn't give our room a higher rating. However, the room was clean enough. The bathroom could use a complete remodel.
We want to thank all of the people who made our stay at the hotel so pleasant.
Traveller from Texas
The midtown MCM Elegante is about 1 mile from University of New Mexico and 4 miles from Old Town Albuquerque's museums …More
We got our room for only $83 per night; much nicer than expected. Only complaints were 1)beds were hard as a rock (sleep number) beds, but the accompanying control didn't seem to work, & 2) no mini fridge or microwave (available for extra price from room service). Staff was super helpful, hotel was very clean & pretty, with natatorium, which was lovely with pool & hot tub year round, & the 2 restaurants were very nice & fairly priced.
Traveller from Santa Fe
Located in the Midtown business district, this Albuquerque hotel is conveniently accessible to I-40 and I-25. The University …More
This hotel was such a blessing; a complete surprise. We were on a road trip traveling back to California, when our car got a flat. Unfortunately our tires are a strange size and we were forced to wait for a special tire to arrive; which meant staying in Albuquerque for the night. I quickly went to my Expedia app and found the cheapest hotel I could (with a pool) and found this gem! The rooms were bigger than 4 star hotels that I've stayed in before. The staff was courteous and efficient. And if all of that wasn't good enough, the breakfast was AMAZING! My children ate to their delight in the morning, which made me happy! I would NEVER have imagined that a $50 hotel could be THIS great! If I ever end up in the Albuquerque area again I will definitely stay there again!
Traveller from Chico, CA
Located in Downtown Albuquerque, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of New Mexico Steam Locomotive and Railroad Historical …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
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
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.