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Located in downtown Albuquerque, Hotel Parq Central is truly an oasis in the city. Built in 1926, this boutique hotel blends the historic with the modern, with homey contemporary decor mixed with antique touches. If you want a romantic retreat book a stay in one of their three cottages, this large suite feels like an alluring home-away-from-home complete with a fireplace and a patio. Make sure you visit the rooftop lounge for a stunning view of the city.
This luxurious Four Diamond hotel provides comfort and class in downtown Albuquerque. Built in the 1930s, Hotel Andaluz's beautiful building has strikingly renovated and offers both modern conveniences and historic charm. The classic decor, such as wood and stone furniture is off-set by a contemporary atmosphere. The hotel is also environmentally conscious and practice environmental sustainability.
The Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town offers a bit of style during your stay in Albuquerque. The rooms contain authentic southwestern art and furnishings, adding to the local vibe. There is also a full size outdoor swimming pool that is very popular with guests.
Nativo Lodge is a luxury hotel on the northern end of town. The lobby is colorful and inviting, with a 21-foot bronze sculpture at the entry and ten 12-foot hand-carved wooden sculptures. The highlight of the hotel is an art gallery featuring work by famous New Mexican artists. The spacious rooms are tastefully decorated in rich colors and southwestern accents. Each room has a large desk and work area. This is a prime location for getting to and from anywhere in town, with easy access to Interstate 25. The Sunport and downtown are only a 15-minute drive, and the busy Journal Center is less than a mile away. If you are lucky enough to get a room here in October, you will have front row seats for the Kodak Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.