A Native American-inspired hotel near Balloon Fiesta Park offers one of the city's top values.
A former member of the Wyndham Garden chain, this independently operated 147-room mid-rise hotel has a handy location just off I-25 in Albuquerque's Northeast Heights, a short drive from Balloon Fiesta Park and the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway. This reasonably-priced property stands out from its many competitors in several ways, including its fine collection of New Mexican and Native American artwork that graces the common areas and the hotel's entryway. Decorating the lobby floor are Navajo rugs and elaborate hand-carved murals, and river-rock and pine columns rise five stories over the atrium lobby. Rooms contain attractive but fairly typical chain-hotel furnishings, including dual-line phones with voicemail, coffeemakers, and irons and boards. A full breakfast buffet is available each morning in the restaurant's Native American-style Spirit Wind's Restaurant. Other pluses include an indoor-outdoor pool with sauna, gym and hot tub.
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