There's really not much to discourage one from setting down at this establishment, especially if your fresh off or bound for the TSA friendly skies. A relatively new place, it's just off the grounds of the Albuquerque airport. On the downside, if you're not mobile, you'll not find anywhere to eat or shop within walking distance. It's, at least, a 2-5 mile foray into the city for a decent meal or supplies.
The inn has no mini-store on premises, so you're left to forage in vending machines. On the other hand there is a breakfast, so stock up!
From a esthetic point of view, the hotel has quite nice, spacious rooms, with the potential for some pretty spectacular views. My two-room suite had a full kitchen (again, stocking it will require a shopping trip) and the typical hotel, low-definition, squatty-wide-people, big screen TV's that make you yearn for the days of cathode rays. As someone with a critical eye, I was also a bit put off by the low end finish (carpentry) work of the place: A modular home comes to mind. It doesn't seem built for the long haul.
The staff were pleasant enough. The rooms were clean. Parking was free and ample. But, if you're driving to the location, keep an eye out; It's frustratingly easy to end up driving through the terminal and parking garages en route.