Spent a weekend here while attending an event in ABQ. We were bumped up to one of the "Elite" rooms on a top floor. Room was spacious and clean and everything worked, but the concierge lounge, available to weekday business travelers, was closed during our weekend stay.
Surprising amount of highway noise made it up to the 10th floor. Number of elevators was insufficient for the number of floors and rooms.
Hotel bar was small and, as is typical, prices were on the high side. Main complaint is that the hotel was also hosting a kids' baseball tourney group. Some families attending that event camped out in the bar every evening with their rug-rats running all over the place. They ignored the signs designating the bar as adults-only. Hotel management should have politely requested their compliance, but failed to do so. Kids are great, but we don't want them running around in swim-suits and baseball gear while we are trying to have a cocktail and a conversation.
Had one buffet breakfast. Mediocre, as is also typical.
This was a convenient place to stay, and we got a good rate because we were attending an event, but it's pretty much like every other large Marriott everywhere.
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- Hotel is in the shape of a giant, nouveau-Aztec pyramid and offers some of the best views of Albuquerque's International Balloon Fiesta. ... more less
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- Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North Hotel Albuquerque
- Marriott Albuquerque