The hotel was fairly new and very clean and the free breakfast was great. There were eggs, bacon or sausage, all kinds of breads, pancakes, pastries, coffee, etc....not just a muffin and some coffeee in other words. The staff was very friendly as well. The only problem I have is that the name is misleading. This hotel is nowhere near Old Town and in fact, I was told that if I tried walking to Old Town from there I would be risking my life. In other words, not such a great neighborhood. There was a Lowes and a Walgreens across the street as well as the Pueblo Indian Cultural Center which has a restaurant with very greasy food. There is also a gas station across the street with a so so burritto stand inside. You will definitely need to rent a car to get around and to get to the tourist area of Old Town because this hotel is right by the highway and there is nothing to eat nearby. The McDonalds next door is still under construction. If you want to be near Old Town STAY SOMEWHERE ELSE!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our Old Town district hotel is located off I-40. While staying with us you can visit the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (within walking distance) and experience Native American cuisine, learn about our local pueblos and even see a traditional dance performance. Visit the Historic Old Town Plaza(approx 2 miles) to do some shopping, have some great food, and visit the many museums Albuquerque has to offer. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Holiday Inn Express & Suites Albuquerque Old Town Hotel Albuquerque
- Holiday Inn Express And Suites Albuquerque Old Town