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Albuquerque Family Hotels

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Featured Albuquerque Hotels


Stay at our Holiday Inn® hotels in Albuquerque and immerse yourself in the old Southwest. Shop for turquoise and leather along the cobbled passageways of the Old Town Plaza, then dine on savory enchiladas on a candlelit café patio.

Eighteenth-century Albuquerque comes to life just a short drive from our hotels in Albuquerque. Terracotta Navajo pots, Spanish colonial military uniforms and the vivid paintings of Ernest Blumenschein and Georgia O'Keeffe recall the city's rich cultural mix at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History. No less colorful is the collection in the Balloon Museum, a multi-hued homage to hot-air ballooning. The collection includes World War I observation balloons, 19th-century wicker baskets and Victorian parachutes. Our Albuquerque hotels make it easy to explore the traditions of the Pueblo people at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, which displays intricately woven baskets and other tribal artifacts. On weekends the center hosts dance performances and demonstrations of pottery- and jewelry-making.

Narrow walkways form a pueblo labyrinth in the heart of Old Town, just a short distance from our Albuquerque hotels. Explore the neighborhood's passages on foot, peering into the Plaza's jewel-box patios and gardens bright with roses and fountains. Browse the Plaza shops and galleries for silver and turquoise jewelry, expressive kachina dolls, tooled leather jackets and contemporary Southwestern landscape paintings. The Old Town's restaurants dish up satisfying dinners, from traditional Southwestern fare like chicken enchiladas and spiced stuffed peppers to more modern fusions.

Book a stay in our Holiday Inn Albuquerque hotels and celebrate four seasons of fiestas. Come in autumn, when the landscape brightens with the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, or in winter, when hundreds of luminarias glow in the cobbled courtyards of the Old Town.

Latest Albuquerque Hotel Reviews


Comfortable bed and great service
By Celeste
This chain of hotels is my new favorite. We drove from west coast to east coast, staying at a few different places. They are pet friendly and yet still a clean and comfortable place to stay. The [More] laundry services are free, great breakfast and dinner. I'll only stay at this chain from now on! [Less]
Staff went over and above
By SAMZ
We came in late and left early and staff were very accommodating. In fact, we had planned to leave the hotel at 6 am but breakfast did not start until 7 am. The young man at the front desk made sure [More] we had bagels, cream cheese and orange juice to take with us on the road. It's that kind of extra attention that builds loyalty. Facility was clean and nice... easy access to interstate. [Less]
Convenient, comfortable, clean and friendly
By Trenttome
Very clean, large suite like room. Complete with full kitchen, TV's in both rooms. Very friendly staff and even a free dinner, all at a very good price, what is not to like! [Less]
Pleasant stay
By Ed G
Quick and cortious reception Clean spacious rooms with confortable beds contributed to a pleasant stay [Less]
Clean and comfortable
By Mickey
I was pleasantly surprised when walking into the hotel, it was updated and contemporary. I especially liked my room. The bed was comfortable and when I turned off the lights there were no "little" [More] electronic lights from the phone, TV and alarm clock! The only thing that was really disappointing was that my room service was late which made me late for my meeting. [Less]
Nice Pool
By kmd1
We really enjoyed the pool while we were there. It is large and has plenty of chairs and tables with umbrellas and pool towels. Sometimes it can get windy in Albuquerque, so there could have been a [More] little better/more consistent monitoring of the pool needs. But we did enjoy it! [Less]
Loved the location
By Serry
We loved the overall experience at this location. It was convenient in every way. The rooms were decent and clean. Breakfast had more variety compared to some of the other hotels. We had olanned [More] to book another night on our return roadtip but, sadly, the hotel was booked full. [Less]
Hotel Good, Location If-y
By jwheatbread
The hotel was good. The only complaints in reference to the hotel itself would be too much chlorine in the swimming pool (burned eyes and nose) and the stay was pricey. Other than that, the [More] room/bathrooms (one bedroom, 1 1/2 bath w/living room area) were clean and comfortable (the sleeper sofa could have been better, but it was a sleeper sofa) and the breakfast was good. However, the location, while convenient to I-40, was pretty shaky. Right next door was a McDonald's and there were some questionable folks milling about. We ate at the McDonald's and they had to keep a lock on the bathroom to keep the homeless(?) from setting up shop in there and there was even a sign on the door stating that there is no loitering and to keep your dining-in to 30 minutes or less. I would suggest finding a hotel in a safer location if possible. I will if I stay in Albuquerque again. [Less]
Great Hotel
By Bobbijj
Comfortable Beds, Friendly and efficient staff. TV [Less]

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