Motels in Albuquerque seem, for the most part, to pop up wherever a builder and his investors can find an empty lot. That certainly seems to have been the case with the Holiday Inn Express Old Town which, though more or less across the street from the large Indian Pueblo Center, is blocks away from Old Town itself. On the other hand, this large motel-hotel is less than a mile from the I-40 freeway and little more than that from the I-25, the two main interstates that bisect New Mexico.
Like most HIEs throughout the country, this offers travelers just about anything they might want, from a comfortable night's rest to a reasonably pleasant continental breakfast in the morning. Check-in and out is quick and the front desk personnel, especially the night staff, outgoing and very friendly.
My wife and I have been to Albuquerque on many occasions and stayed at many different motels when we done so. If none of them have overwhelmed us with their excellence, we have never been disappointed in any of them either. Certainly the HIE Old Town is also a fine establishment and, if there is nothing that makes it stand out above all the others, any traveler will be pleased if they choose it when stopping in the city.