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Melding natural beauty, multi-culturalism, historic attractions, and a climate with four distinct seasons, Albuquerque showcases to advantage its Spanish and Indian heritage. Attractions range from Historic Old Town, where the Villa of Albuquerque was founded in 1706, to the annual spectacle of the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, the world's largest, most photographed ballooning event. The Albuquerque Museum of Art & History's $8-million expansion adds 40,000 square feet of space to the existing facility's intrigue. From mountain biking and hiking to golf or touring museums and vineyards, Albuquerque provides a remarkable range of recreation along with an equally notable range of fine dining options. Accommodations range from quaint inns, motels and art deco-style boutique hotels to large national brand properties.
We have organized our listings of Albuquerque's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Albuquerque area by selecting one of the links shown below.
Hotels near the Convention Center and Old Town Plaza, near the Rio Grande Zoo and the Aquarium & Botanical Garden.
Hotels in midtown locations, near the University of New Mexico and the Coronado Mall.
Hotels northeast of the Albuquerque city limits, near the Coronado Airport, in and around the towns of Corrales and Cedar Crest, the Balloon Fiesta Park and less than 1/2 hour to the Sandia Mountains.
Hotels due west of Albuquerque, in and around the town of Gallup, including the community of Zuni, the Arizona towns of Fort Defiance and Window Rock, and others.
Hotel options located further northeast of the Greater Albuquerque area, including the towns of Santa Fe, the nearby community of Los Alamos, the Santa Fe ski areas and around the town of Raton near the Colorado border.
Hotel options northwest of Albuquerque, near the Colorado, Arizona and Utah state lines, including the towns of Farmington, Shiprock, Bloomfield and others.
Hotel options in the southeast section of Albuquerque, in and around the Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ).
·Albuquerque Business District
Hotel options east of downtown, near the New Mexico State Fair Grounds, within the financial and business areas.
Hotels in the communities surrounding the Greater Albuquerque area, outside of the above areas, in and around the towns of Rio Rancho, Santa Ana Pueblo, Belen, Grants, Moriarty, Socorro, Santa Rosa and others.
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Area Facts: In 1935 bones were recovered from a cave in the Sandia Mountains that prove the area's inhabitation dates back as long as 25,000 years. The area code for Albuquerque is 505.
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