My wife and I checked in on the evening of 11 March, 2013. The hotel was very busy and surprisingly much larger than some of the other Holiday Inn Express hotels we'd seen. We went across the street to see if we could get a quick sandwich from the Arby's at the gas station on the corner. Unfortunately, they were closed at 10 PM and we were a little too late. Domino's saved the day. The room was clean and quiet even though the hotel was still pretty busy. Breakfast the next morning was also very busy but the food was good in spite of the relentless crowd of hungry diners.
We had no problems with the room temperature or amenities and all in all, our stay was quite comfortable. If we're in Albuquerque again, I've no doubt we'd stay at the same hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our Old Town district hotel is located off I-40. While staying with us you can visit the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (within walking distance) and experience Native American cuisine, learn about our local pueblos and even see a traditional dance performance. Visit the Historic Old Town Plaza(approx 2 miles) to do some shopping, have some great food, and visit the many museums Albuquerque has to offer. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Holiday Inn Express And Suites Albuquerque Old Town
- Holiday Inn Express & Suites Albuquerque Old Town Hotel Albuquerque