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This historic hotel, the first built by Conrad Hilton in 1939 went thru a major renovation and has been return to its glory days.
Great location in Downtown Albuquerque and the staff was super helpful with transportation options.
Nice restaurant and a rooftop bar were...More
Hotel Andaluz lived up to the hype -a swanky, retro chic building with first class everything - food, drinks, décor, and service. We loved every minute of our stay- it was so nice to break free of the chains and stay at an independently run...More
The Hotel Andaluz is a beautiful old hotel. We only stayed there one night, but enjoyed the interesting architecture and atmosphere inside the hotel. The neighborhood is not family or foot traffic friendly, and we were approached by aggressive panhandlers on the street which was...More
Typical La Quinta hotel, website states it is "updated" but that had to be quite some time ago as it is showing use again. A/C/heating unit made a lot of noise and made it difficult to sleep. We stay at La Quinta at times due...More
The hotel is downtown, and if you go for a walk with your family, you might be surprised that the area is a bit seedy. Lots of clubs. Old town is too far for a comfortable walk. Hotel is nice, but check in was slow,...More
Hi Jeff! We do not have a fitness center, but passes are available at the front desk for Sports & Wellness, a full service health club located opposite us. They have extensive free weights and kettle bells are available as... More
Hi Jeff! We do not have a fitness center, but passes are available at the front desk for Sports & Wellness, a full service health club located opposite us. They have extensive free weights and kettle bells are available as well.