Sarabande Bed & Breakfast

A serene and well-appointed B&B near scenic walking paths, farmland and Albuquerque’s historic Old Town.

Sarabande Bed & Breakfast

Guests who book a quiet room at the Sarabande Bed & Breakfast will find that its picturesque location and cozy accommodations allow for a relaxing New Mexican stay. Here, guests can choose from four room varieties. The Rose Room, a favorite among newlyweds, features a king-size bed, a wood-burning kiva fireplace, a Japanese soaking tub and backdoor access to a patio seating area. The Iris Room comes with a king-size bed that can be split into two twin beds, a private bathroom with a tub/shower combo and a sunlit leaded-glass window depicting a scene of blue irises blowing in the wind. The Casita includes cool brick floors, a gas-fired stove heater, a gabled skylight, a jetted tub and shower in a private bathroom and easy access to the courtyard and pool. And the Lilac/Wisteria Room offers a queen-size bed, a sitting room with a wood-burning fireplace, a private backyard patio and an oversized jetted tub with a hand-held showerhead. Each of the rooms has a TV and refrigerator; hair dryers and irons with ironing boards are available upon request. A full breakfast is included in room rates, and features items such as freshly squeezed orange juice and fair trade specialty coffee, as well as a Southwestern-inspired menu that frequently changes. Sarabande guests can use a variety of common areas, including the Great Room and Library with a TV, computer, printer, piano, kiva fireplace and a variety of books; the outdoor patio courtyard; the courtyard fountain area; two indoor dining areas; and an outdoor heated lap pool, which is open May through September (weather permitting).

Hotel Information

Address

5637 Rio Grande Blvd. Albuquerque NM 87107 U.S.

Contact

505-345-4923, 888-506-4923 Hotel’s Website

Hotel Features

Bed and Breakfast Complimentary breakfast Parking lot Swimming pool

Hotel Rates

Singles & Doubles $109-$179

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