Let's start with the location.... It is in a location which allows easy travel to many of the best things to see in Albuquerque. Old Town is literally straight up the street less than a mile. The botanical gardens, the aquarium, and many other neat places are close. If skiing Sandia Peak, you just hop on I-40 east and go about 12 miles to exit 175. Turn left up the mountain and follow the signs. (30 minutes tops) Rooms..... The rooms are spacious, clean, and the bed is very comfortable. Breakfast.... A great breakfast with a nice variety. Fruit, yogurt, waffles, bagels, oatmeal, cereal, juices, coffee, and more. Friendliness.... This is where you want to be if you like smiles in the morning. Check-in was wonderful. Linda is the sweetest lady and takes good care of all the guests. She is a fan of the same pro football team as we are, and she was a delight to talk football with! Overall, JUST STAY HERE!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A jewel of the Southwest! We are closely located to Old Town, Botanical Gardens, Aquarium, and other tourist areas. Clean rooms with a Southwest flare and expanded Hot breakfast with fresh fruit,Waffles boiled eggs Pastries and more are few of our amenities. Also includes Heated indoor pool with free WIFI. Sandia Peak Inn takes pride in its service and adds a personal touch from the moment you walk in. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sandia Peak Hotel Albuquerque
- Sandia Peak Motel