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Drury Inn & Suites Albuquerque North
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Reviewed September 29, 2012

I have traveled back and forth from CO to AZ many times, with our dog. It's hard to find a hotel that allows dogs. Most are not very nice. I decided to try Drury Inn and was so pleased! First, the staff was friendly, helpful and efficient. Second, they have an abundance of large wheeled luggage carts to make checking in and out with all the pet equipment (food, crate, bed, etc.) much easier! Third, the hotel serves a free buffet breakfast and supper. Again, it's hard to get dinner when there is a pet in tow. Most hotels prohibit leaving the dog in the room alone. This hotel has a policy of not leaving the pet more than 30 minutes and not during their "quiet hours" , which is very reasonable. I was able to grab some ziti and sauce, a salad, and a complimentary glass of wine and some free popcorn and soda, without leaving the building. There were also two restaurants very nearby, so grabbing a take out meal, rather than fast food, was an option. The room was large and attractive. The bed was comfortable, with an abundance of pillows to choose from. My room was at the top of the stairs on the second floor, which was convenient for taking the dog out. I did hear a couple of others use that stairway, but mostly the hotel was pretty quiet. This is a definite improvement from other stops I have made in Albuquerque. I hope to be back soon.

Stayed: September 2012, traveled solo
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Reviewed August 31, 2012

I stayed here recently and was really impressed by the quality of the staff. The first person I met was the desk person. He set the tone by being as friendly and helpful as you could ask for. I needed some help the next day and received the same high level of service from the shift manager. Everything about this hotel was top quality.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled on business
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Reviewed August 28, 2012

Stayed at a Drury in Amarillo last year and was very impressed. The same this year for their hotel in Albuquerque. Very friendly front desk. Lobby and dining area are spotless. My room was right sized w/modern amenities. Did not partake in the afternoon happy hour nor their standard looking breakfast. One other thing, I normally stay away from pet friendly hotels. After four nights in two different Drury Inns you never know they accept pets.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled solo
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Reviewed August 22, 2012

Hotel chain has a great product with a nice feature accepting pets. We brought our dog on his first trip and did really well. Nice breakfast,cocktail hour and cleanas it gets. Some things needed maintenance as the hot tub did not work, nor did the dryers. The fitness room was closed for as they had flooding and tiles falling in there. We stayed 5 days and enjoyed it very much. The only complaint about service was they would not make one of the beds because our sons duffle bag was left on the bed.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 16, 2012

The rooms were clean, the pool is large, and the staff were very friendly and attentive. The usual Drury Inn breakfast and afternoon goodies are there (3 free drinks with the latter) which helps, but of course it isn't healthy fare by any stretch of the mind. Good for saving some bucks on meals while traveling if you can deal with sausage biscuits for breakfast and hot dogs for dinner for a day. The only thing I didn't like was the number of people with dogs in the hotel, but to the manager's credit, when two started barking at each other in the lobby she very kindly told the owners that they would have to leave if they didn't stop the dogs from disturbing everyone else.

Room Tip: Some rooms have a "terrace" which is really just a very small balcony with a view of the parking lot. We got such a room for no extra cost so it was fine, but don't pay more for one.
  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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