From cozy adobe bed and breakfasts to modern hotels and everything in between, Albuquerque’s variety of accommodations provide charm, history and modern amenities. Each of our one-of-a-kind neighborhoods offers its own unique lodging options that are sure to make your stay in Albuquerque extra special. Visit our Places to Stay page for a complete list of hotels and lodging throughout the city. 


El Vado Motel

Opened in 1937, El Vado is a piece of Route 66 history. Today, El Vado is a unique blend of historic character and charm with modern amenities including shops and eateries.

EL Vado Motel Sign

Downtown Historic Corporate Housing

A beautifully restored Victorian home in downtown Albuquerque, Downtown Historic Corporate Housing has nine corporate, extended stay rooms full of heirloom antiques in a historic setting.

A night view of the exterior of Downtown Historic Corporate Housing

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El Cuervo ABQ

El Cuervo ABQ guest house is a beautifully restored 1897 Queen Anne Victorian residence that is perfectly located one mile from Old Town and within walking distance to many cafes, restaurants and the Albuquerque Convention Center.

An exterior look at the El Cuervo ABQ Guest House

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Hotel Andaluz

Gold LEED certified, and named as one of Condé Nast Traveler’s top hotels of the Southwest, Hotel Andaluz is a taste of southern Spain in downtown Albuquerque.

Lobby of Hotel Andaluz

Hotel Parq Central

Complete with mountain views and a rooftop bar, Apothecary Lounge, Hotel Parq Central’s unique history and charm is the perfect blend of contemporary comfort and historic elegance.


Old Town/Sawmill

Bottger Mansion of Old Town

A historic bed and breakfast located in the heart of Old Town, Bottger Mansion of Old Town is the definition of quaint and is within walking distance to a variety of shops, restaurants, museums and galleries.

An exterior look at Bottger Mansion

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Casas de Sueños Old Town Historic Inn

Built in the 1930s and 1940s, Casas de Sueños Old Town Historic Inn is set in a picturesque, secluded adobe-style compound with 21 charming casitas. The grounds are complete with hidden courtyards, inviting patios and beautiful gardens.

An interior look at a room at Casas de Suenos Old Town Historic Inn

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Painted Lady Bed & Brew

A twist on the traditional B&B concept, Painted Lady Bed & Brew is a 19th century former brothel and saloon and the first of its kind in New Mexico, adding to only a handful of unique bed and brew establishments in the country.

Painted Lady Bed & Brew

Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town

Ample outdoor event space, lush gardens and a convenient location make Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town an ideal place to stay. Located in the Sawmill District, you’ll find great places to eat and shop like Garduños at Old Town Restaurant & Cantina and Sawmill Market.

An interior look at Hotel Albuquerque

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Hotel Chaco

Inspired by the ancient pueblo culture of Chaco Canyon, Hotel Chaco is a blend of ancient and modern. At the Level 5 Rooftop Restaurant & Lounge, enjoy creative culinary delights and panoramic views of the city. 

Hotel Chaco

Balloon Fiesta Park

Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North

Located just minutes aways from Balloon Fiesta Park, Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North’s unique architecture and convenient location make it a great place to stay whether you are planning to hit the slopes or discover Historic Old Town.

An interior look at a room at Marriott Pyramid North

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Nativo Lodge

Modeled after Native American heritage and culture, Nativo Lodge features hand-painted guest rooms created by contemporary Native American artists and hand-crafted artwork is displayed throughout the hotel.

DRT Nativo

North Valley

Adobe Garden at Los Ranchos Bed & Breakfast

The Adobe Garden at Los Ranchos Bed & Breakfast is a North Valley charmer. The cozy and charming bed and breakfast is steeped in the richness of colonial Spanish architecture and is nestled in the semi-rural village of Los Ranchos de Albuquerque.

An exterior look at Adobe Garden at Los Ranchos

Morning Star Bed & Breakfast of Corrales

Tranquility meets the great outdoors at the Morning Star Bed & Breakfast of Corrales. The 5,000-square-foot adobe home sits on two acres adjacent to the Corrales Bosque Preserve.

A close-up look at the bed and beside table at Morning Star Bed & Breakfast of Corrales

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Los Poblanos Inn & Organic Farm

A rural oasis in the city, Los Poblanos Inn & Organic Farm is set on 25 acres of lavender fields, with enormous cottonwood trees and lush formal gardens. Purchase handmade gifts at the Farm Shop or have a day of relaxation at the Hacienda Spa followed by an authentic farm-to-table meal at Campo

Los Poblanos Lavender Farm


Albuquerque Marriott Hotel

If shopping is on your mind, the Albuquerque Marriott Uptown is the place for you. You’ll find that you are within walking distance to Coronado Center, Winrock Town Center and ABQ Uptown.

A look at the interior of a room at the Albuquerque Marriott Hotel

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Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown

Also located near some of the city’s best shopping establishments, the Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown is a short jaunt from I-40, putting you minutes away from places like Nob Hill and Downtown. 

Sheraton Pool