We stayed recently for 3 nights, a long weekend, to visit family. The room was called "deluxe", but it must have been their smallest room - a king bed, a chair, and not much else. Nevertheless, it was very comfortable with nice windows that opened at the bottom, and lots of light, looking out toward the gardens. There were some good touches with details - a reading lamp just behind the comfortable chair, and the shower head was just wonderful. Great water pressure! Also, the bathroom itself was roomy, with a terrific magnifying mirror. Thick, fluffy towels as well. Very comfortable bed. We elected not to have the sheets changed for the 3 nights we stayed, and I am glad it was offered as an environmentally friendly option. The two glasses in the room were heavy blue glass, and very attractive - none of this plastic stuff!
Staff was hospitable..........although they did forget our wakeup call the first morning........fortunately we woke ourselves up and did not miss anything important.
Gardens were nicely done, and pleasant to sit, as were the public rooms were we relaxed after breakfast with the local paper.
Now, the breakfast - this is the one problem I wish they would fix. Sure, the fruit, yoghurt, and pastries were fine, and hard boiled eggs, but the much publicized quiches??????? Ugh!!!!!!! They were just awful. They had different names, like "sausage and onion", or "spinach and ham", but they had no taste and what taste they had was rubbery and uniform - no difference between them. Listen.................a quiche should have at least a semblance of custard - that is what it is supposed to be, an egg custard with crust and various good tasting things added..................there were eggs in there all right, but inedible. Absolutely inedible. What a disappointment! I know this is a small thing, but without edible quiches the breakfast was just ho hum, and like any other continental breakfast offering.
Other than that - the hotel was clean and well appointed, and we enjoyed the environment. We might stay here again, but would get a bigger room and eat our breakfast out.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The perfect blend of contemporary comfort and historic elegance, our boutique hotel is ideal for leisure and business travelers in search of superior service and a memorable place to stay in Albuquerque. This is a place to rest, relax and refresh with stylishly appointed guestrooms, an outdoor dining plaza, spacious garden park and a rooftop lounge with panoramic views of the mountains, downtown city lights and enchanting Southwest sunsets. Don’t just stay in Albuquerque — get away to an urban oasis at Hotel Parq Central. ... more less
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