The stay was very nice, but the only problem we had was in the breakfast buffet area was to small for the large bookings they had. To many guest for such small area and not enough staff members to keep up with food demands or stocking of items. All else was great and i would come back and stay.
Traveller from Las Cruces
The midtown MCM Elegante is about 1 mile from University of New Mexico and 4 miles from Old Town Albuquerque's museums …More
The decor of the lobby is gorgeous and very well thought. Loved the small alcoves, each uniquely decorated for having drinks and relaxing. Staff at the reception and restaurant was very friendly and courteous. We enjoyed the food as well. Great experience
Traveller from Chicago
Historic Hotel Andaluz places guests in downtown Albuquerque, a 10-minute drive from Albuquerque International Sunport. It's …More
I would rate this great for the price. The hotel staff were very accommodating and nice. The hot tub had sand in it. The fan in the bathroom sounded like a helicopter landing it was so loud. They gave us 2 towels...no more. The breakfast was decent, there were boiled eggs and biscuits and gravy.
The bathtub could use some attention with caulk...
Traveller from Atlanta, GA
This family-friendly Albuquerque hotel is located near the airport, within 2 mi (3 km) of Puerto Del Sol Golf Course, Vortex …More
I booked this room when my husband's flight got delayed & he was getting in at 2:00 am. I checked in after midnight.
The exterior of the building is a old motel. The doors face out with a second story concrete walkway suspended above the first floor doors. Our room was about halfway down the walkway on the 2nd floor. The exterior stairs at the back were actually decaying and very broken - they had it taped off with caution tape. The only way to get to the room was to go to the lobby, take the elevator, and then go down the walkway. There was also an odd ambiance about the exterior. Their large external "flood" lights were flickering off and on, and it just seemed kinda sketchy. The stair issue was very unsightly and with the flickering lights, it made me wonder what we'd gotten ourselves in to.
When I got to the room, it exceeded my expectations. Just like the photos, the room was very clean and updated. You can tell in certain places (in the room) that it was a remodeled older motel, but it was clean and I was happy with the room. The bed was newer and very comfy. Even though the exterior isn't the greatest, I would recommend this hotel. It's a good night's sleep.
We slept in too late to experience the breakfast so I can't comment on that.
Traveller from Albuquerque, NM
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.