Winter is a great time to visit a quaint, intimate hotel in Albuquerque. With options across the city, these places to stay are sure to warm your soul and provide the perfect cozy ambience for your trip.

Bottger Mansion of Old Town

An exterior look at Bottger Mansion

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Stay in the heart of Old Town Albuquerque at Bottger Mansion. This bed and breakfast in a historic home is located within walking distance of restaurants, shops and museums, and serves as a great home base for any trip to Albuquerque. Enjoy a quiet breakfast of green chile quiche or blueberry French toast casserole to get your morning started.

Casas de Sueños Old Town Historic Inn

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

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Casas de Sueños Old Town Historic Inn is nestled away from the hustle and bustle of the city, but still conveniently located near Old Town to make it easy to get around. Explore the many hidden courtyards and patios after stopping in the sunroom for daily breakfast, and warm up in the newly opened hot tub relaxation area.

El Vado Motel

Interior of a room at El Vado Motel

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For a cozy place to stay along the iconic Route 66, stop at El Vado Motel. This reimagined motel was one of the first along Route 66 to welcome travelers when it opened in 1937. You can still experience its historic charm today, along with a number of shops and restaurants conveniently located in the motel’s courtyard.

Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm

Exterior of Los Poblanos

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Escape among the lavender fields at Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm in Albuquerque's North Valley. You’ll be secluded in the gardens and surrounded by cottonwood trees. Enjoy the on-site restaurant Campo, visit the Farm Shop to browse Los Poblanos lavender products and relax at the Hacienda Spa.

Painted Lady Bed & Brew

Exterior of Painted Lady Bed and Brew

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If the "breakfast" part of a bed and breakfast isn’t your thing, maybe beer is. At Painted Lady Bed & Brew, guests over 21 can enjoy a complimentary beer each evening. With four comfortable suites, each with its own private patio, you’ll be ready to explore nearby Old Town and the Sawmill District.

Red Horse BnB

A room at the Red Horse Bed and Breakfast

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Stay in the South Valley to experience Red Horse BnB’s country-style hospitality. Take advantage of a game room, two acres of outdoor space, a hot tub, spa services and trail rides for a relaxing retreat.

Sleepy Lobo Inn

Interior of the sitting room at the Sleepy Lobo Inn

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For a cozy experience in Nob Hill, book a room at the Sleepy Lobo Inn. This bed and breakfast is located in a 1920s home across the street from the University of New Mexico. Enjoy a hot breakfast, afternoon tea and evening snacks among the European antiques that decorate the property.

The Desert Compass

A view of the fire pit at The Desert Compass

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The Desert Compass is steps away from Old Town, but will transport you to a relaxing desert retreat. Stay in one of the adobe suites decorated with local art. Guests can also swim in a cowboy pool, lounge by a fire pit or take in the surrounding garden.