To be fair, almost every hotel in Albuquerque is in the middle of nowhere. It is fairly unimpressive city with poor public transport and the various suburbs linked by freeways. You definitively need a car. The hotel seemed to be in an office park area. We were using it as a base for trips to Santa Fe and other places in New Mexico but if you are looking for a hotel within a walk of anything like restaurants give this hotel a miss. The hotel is very dated with an atrium full of plastic plants.
We travelled from Overseas, stayed for three nights and are elite members but they gave us a room on the second floor overlooking the roof of the conference centre and a forrest of satellite dishes! Breakfast was ordinary. Pillows uncomfortable and while there is a pool it was crowded with screaming kids so gave it a miss. If I ever return to Albuquerque I would stay in the historic old town which is lovely. There are some nice hotels there.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking