I didn't get in 'til quite late and left soon after breakfast the next day, so I didn't get to enjoy all that was on offer; but...the place was a wonderful respite from my cross-country trek. The room was very-well appointed, and I was able to enjoy the rest of my night winding down before going to sleep. The breakfast was delicious and plentiful; the ambiance peaceful and restful. I would definitely stay here again.
Katherine from California
Situated in Albuquerque, this bed & breakfast is close to Albuquerque Civic Plaza, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and …More
We stayed in a room with one queen bed. The room was small, but it still had a small table with chairs and a desk and chair, as well as a very small fridge and a bathroom, and it did not feel crowded. Although it is a very old motel, and you feel you've stepped back in time to a simpler traveling time, the motel does not "feel" old. The furnishings have been updated and everything is very, very, very clean. What I loved most was having an assigned parking place two steps from the room door. The owners were wonderfully sweet and went out of their way to make sure we had everything we needed. It is not a luxury hotel, but I have never received a better value for the price in any of my other travels. I will definitely be staying here again.
Anji from Arkansas
The Monterey Non-Smokers Motel is entirely smoke free. The motel is located in the heart of Albuquerque Old Town on the …More
Hotel Andaluz is a beautiful hotel. The decor is a charming mix of Spanish and Moorish design with intriguing casbahs, private sitting/lounging areas off the main lobby We enjoyed the wine and tapas restaurant, Mas. - excellent service and delicious food. Only bad note was being served what was obviously cheap, canned olives as a tapa in the bar before dinner.
Our room was beautiful and very comfortable. We liked the emphasis on being "green".
Barbara from Florida
This thirty million dollar renovation, included a phenomenal team of architects, environmentally conscious structural …More
I really liked this hotel, the indoor/outdoor pool, hot tub, and fun center were amazing. I also really like Embers Steakhouse and the Tiwa restaurant. The rail runner station is conveniently located close to the property. The bathroom in my room was very large with double sinks, a shower, and a whirlpool tub.
I found it annoying that the shower head on the shower was not adjustable and was set up for a giant (I am 6'1). I also didn't like the no cooler policy at the pool and hot tub. My room had a cabinet for a miniature refrigerator but it was missing in the room I stayed in. The biggest problem with the hotel was that the entire placed smelled like cigarette smoke from the casino.
Overall this hotel was amazing and I would recommend it to anyone in the area.
Steve from Albuquerque, NM
Hard Rock Albuquerque*s philosophy is that each and every one of our guests should return home from their getaway completely …More
Were on 6th floor, top, good views over Albuquerque , mountains and night sky when there is a storm!
Easy to get to all areas from here, downtown and old town. Restaurants within easy waliking distance.
Located on historic Route 66, this downtown Albuquerque hotel is 7 blocks from the convention center. Old Town and the Rio …More