The 7 Best Hotels In Albuquerque

Albuquerque is New Mexico’s largest city, and it’s teeming with plenty to do for eager tourists looking to enjoy the local Spanish colonial architecture.

You don’t have to stay in the desert to really immerse yourself in the rich culture of New Mexico. There are plenty of hotels that will provide you with the perfect mix of comfort and culture.

Looking for where to stay when you head to Albuquerque? Here are seven of the best hotels in Albuquerque, New Mexico for every budget.

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1. Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm

If you’re looking to truly immerse yourself into local culture, then you can’t forego a stay at Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm.

This hotel is every eco-friendly traveller’s dream, with an on-site organic vegetable and lavender farm where you can sign up for classes or workshops.

Be sure to check out the on-site restaurant, which uses produce grown straight from the hotel’s farm.

Historic Hotels in Albuquerque, New Mexico

2. Hotel Andaluz

The exterior of this hotel is unmistakably Southwest, but as soon as you walk in the doors of Hotel Andaluz, you’re welcomed by modern art pieces and funky decorations.

This mixture of classic and contemporary is perfect for guests looking for a bit of everything when they visit Albuquerque. 

After-hours, you can head up to the rooftop bar, Ibiza, and enjoy snapping photos with your cocktails as the sun sets over the city.

Best Hotels in Albuquerque, New Mexico

3. Hotel Chaco

If views are what you’re after, then Hotel Chaco is one of the best hotels in Albuquerque, New Mexico for you.

Floor-to-ceiling windows in the rooms allow for sweeping views of the Albuquerque skyline, and the Native American decor really makes it feel like you’re surrounded by local culture.

Be sure to check out the on-site Native American art gallery. If you’re looking for souvenirs, you can purchase pieces from local artists here.

4. Casas de Suenos Old Town Historic Inn

This historic bed and breakfast is just a few blocks away from Albuquerque Old Town Historic District, which places you right next to all of the city’s museums, shopping, and nightlife.

Soft adobe walls adorn this hotel, where you’ll find individual casitas featuring hot tubs, glowing fireplaces, and private patios.

This is the best hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico if you’re looking for a private romantic getaway.  However, it’s also suitable for small families.

5. Isleta Resort & Casino

There’s no denying that many visitors opt to visit New Mexico when they’re looking to visit a casino but don’t want all the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas.

If this sounds like you, then you’ll need to head over to Isleta Resort & Casino, which boasts a Vegas-style casino but with a Southwestern flare.

Schedule some time to relax at the on-site spa, where you can choose from 10 treatment rooms. Or, spend a day at the green and enjoy 27 holes of golf.

Casino Resort Hotels in Albuquerque, New Mexico

6. Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town

Luxury meets contemporary comfort at Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town, with guests reporting that the proximity to local nightlife is a huge plus.

This hotel is located right in the heart of Old Town, which is great for travellers who want to be in the middle of everything.

If you don’t feel like leaving the hotel for entertainment, you can enjoy a show at the hotel’s on-site flamenco bar.

7. Nativo Lodge Albuquerque

TripAdvisor rated this the “Artsiest Hotel in the US” in 2018, and it’s not hard to see why.

Nativo Lodge is home to some of the cosiest beds in the city. But, it gets even better.  The rooms are all unique and feature a style unlike anything else you’ll see in New Mexico.

This is definitely the hotel for you if you’re looking for the perfect New Mexico Instagram photo. Book a stay in one of their teepee rooms for added #NewMexicoStyle.

Native American Artists Lodge in Albuquerque

Elizabeth Thorn

Elizabeth has lived and worked in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, all of which have contributed to her passion for travel writing. When she's not writing, you can find her exploring little hideouts in Colombia or watching photography tutorials on YouTube.

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