Albuquerque resorts bring the flavor and excitement of New Mexico to visitors who love the food, fun, and beauty of the Southwest. Located close to the Sandia Mountains, part of the Sangre de Cristo range, expansive views are part of Albuquerque's charm. Stay in Old Town, downtown, or near the airport, and relax in the abundant sunshine at the resort pool. Stay at a resort near a casino and the Santa Ana Pueblo or walk historic trails that take you back in time. You can find a variety of deals on unique resorts in Albuquerque, NM, here on Expedia.com.
Apartment hotels here are family friendly, so bring the kids as most hotels in Albuquerque offer outdoor heated pools, and some include refrigerators, cribs, and microwaves. There is plenty of family fun in the downtown area with museums and parks to explore. Moreover, cheap flights in Albuquerque make visiting this city affordable.The Time of Year to Visit
Albuquerque offers year-round fun; if you are a skier or boarder, winter is your best bet, and Albuquerque ski resorts are known for snow, sunshine, and expansive views. Spring and fall bring temperatures in the comfortable range of 70 degrees. Although summer is warm, around 90 degrees, warm, dry nights can be spent touring downtown, in a casino, or relaxing by the pool. If hot air balloons are your preference, you will want to visit in October, when skies above the city during the annual Balloon Fiesta are a colorful mass of flying creativity.Albuquerque Cultural and Historic Attractions
Take the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway for panoramic views of the city below. During the winter, you can also go skiing and boarding here. Golfers love the area; Albuquerque has 14 beautiful courses on which to perfect a game or learn the sport. If you are looking for the ultimate viewing experience, book a balloon flight and soar over the city.
History abounds in Old Town, right within the heart of the city; here, you can dine on authentic southwest cuisine, enjoy the sound of mariachi bands, and shop at boutique shops and artist studios. While here, visit the historic San Felipe de Neri Church and enjoy the beauty of the Rose Garden. Albuquerque Zoo will delight the whole family, and the Botanic Garden will enthrall all with its whimsical and formal gardens. The Aquarium is nearby and is the place to see marine life from the Gulf of Mexico and the Rio Grande River. Many art galleries and museums, such as the Museum of Art & History and the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, are located in the downtown Albuquerque area.Abundant Amenities at Albuquerque Resorts
An Albuquerque spa resort is the ideal place to refresh, relax, restore, and rejuvenate. You can find one near Uptown where you can get a massage after a hard day's shopping. On the other hand, Albuquerque ski resorts warm your heart and feet, with crackling fires and comfy couches. Hotels in Albuquerque often have ski packages during the winter. Your pet is welcome at some resorts in Albuquerque, and some Albuquerque resorts even provide a goodie bag for Fido. Work out at a fitness center or use the conference room. Numerous amenities are part of many resorts here, and at Expedia.com, we can help you find cheap lodging in the Duke City that suits your needs.Scenic Vistas with Proximity to Santa Fe and Taos
Albuquerque resorts bring the art and culture of Santa Fe within an hour's travel. Rent a car and head on up I-25 to experience the beauty of the Sangre de Cristo mountains and the charm of Santa Fe as well as the eclectic art scene and hiking, skiing, and shopping opportunities of Taos, New Mexico, 135 miles from Albuquerque. Find your ideal Albuquerque resort on Expedia.com, where you can also book cheap flights in Albuquerque to help you get to this enchanting destination.