Southwestern fusion architecture. Quirky place just off of I-25 in the north part of the city, location great if you want rapid access to the highway. Open concept interior with rooms around a closed courtyard. Rooms are getting a little dated but were clean, a little noisy from the highway but quite tolerable. Gym is small. Staff were friendly on check in, one told wisecrack jokes, which was different. The look of the hotel was decidedly quirky, with an over-the top southwestern theme permeating it. Endearing to me, perhaps not endearing to others.
- Also Known As:
- Nativo Lodge Albuquerque Hotel
- Nativo Lodge Albuquerque Hotel Albuquerque
- Nativo Hotel Albuquerque
- Albuquerque Nativo Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Travelers from all over the world stay at the Nativo Lodge to experience Native American culture through the hotel’s vibrant art, innovative technology, and cultural aspects. No other hotel achieves the unique blend of contemporary and traditional Native American atmosphere within their luxurious rooms. Conveniently located near Balloon Fiesta Park and major attractions in Albuquerque, guests can enjoy breathtaking views of the Sandia Mountains and the New Mexico landscape, and Santa Fe is just a quick 45 minutes away. Spacious rooms with private balconies, free WIFI, daily Happy Hour, and true hospitality and charm of Native American contemporary culture make staying at the Nativo Lodge a one-of-a-kind experience."Hotels supporting cultural causes." ... more less
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