This Magnuson Hotels affiliate is just minutes to Petroglyph National Monument, Albuquerque Biological Park, the University of New Mexico and various restaurants, shopping, and museums.
Guests can enjoy complimentary breakfast each morning, free local calls, and free wireless internet.
Well appointed rooms offer many amenities including choice of one queen bed or two double beds, alarm clock radios, microwave and mini-fridge, and air conditioning. Rooms include premium cable television channels including HBO.
High speed internet access
No Pets Allowed
Complimentary Continental Breakfast
Recreational Vehicle Parking
24-Hour Front Desk
Parking - Disabled
1 Queen Bed Nonsmoking
1 Queen Bed Nonsmoking. Free continental breakfast, free wireless internet access, cable TV with extra stations, air conditioning, free local calls, alarm clock / radio, microwave and mini-fridge. Iron and board and hairdryer may be available upon request. Requests are not guaranteed, and will be granted based on availability at check-in.
2 Double Beds Nonsmoking. Free continental breakfast, free wireless internet access, cable TV with extra stations, air conditioning, free local calls, alarm clock / radio, microwave and mini-fridge. Iron and board and hairdryer may be available upon request. Requests are not guaranteed, and will be granted based on availability at check-in.
ADA 2 Double Beds Nonsmoking. Free continental breakfast, free wireless internet access, cable TV with extra stations, air conditioning, free local calls, alarm clock / radio, microwave and mini-fridge. Iron / board and hair dryer may be available upon request. Request are not guaranteed, and will be granted based on availability at check-in.
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge: An outdoor Paradise
An Outdoor New Mexico Paradise! Migrating birds, wild life, and the most amazing scenery, we will visit history and nature on this 6 hour tour. Driving south from Albuquerque, we follow the Camino Real, the historical King’s road of the Conquistadors. We follow the Rio Grande River passing by the villages of Los Lunas, the Isleta Pueblo, Belen, and continue through Socorro to our turn off at San Antonio. Each village is part of a rich history of Native American and Spanish Culture we will share as we travel. As we turn east, we see the flood plain, re-created in 1939 to sustain the migrating birds. Our first vision of the refuge is from the Visitor Center overlooking the lakes filled with as many as 100,000 Snow Geese. The white wings cover the lake creating the illusion of snow on the water. At moments, the birds rise as one and fill the air with the sounds of thousands of wings. The adventure begins.
New Mexico: Jemez Pueblo, Soda Dam & Falls: A Photographer's Landscape Dream
Itinerary: Drive West from Albuquerque to the town of San Ysidro where we will start on the National Scenic Route NM 4 to the Pueblo of Jemez. Visit the Walatowa Visitor Center & Museum. We will walk to the Red Rocks Formations. We will drive through the village of Jemez Springs – bubbling with soothing hot springs, brimming with outdoor adventure, and immersed in history and culture. We can have lunch at historic Los Ojos Restaurant and Saloon in Jemez Springs or at one of the other local cafes. We will tour the Jemez State Monument, the Soda Dam formation, Battleship Rock, and Jemez Falls before we drive back to Albuquerque. ** Monument Closed Monday & Tuesdays
Santa Fe, New Mexico is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow
Private tour for 1 to 3 people. Santa Fe, New Mexico is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! There are so many shops, all full of stuff we really want to buy. From Indian Jewelry, trendy clothes, hand-tooled boots, OMG, hats, and art. The glass is full! Santa Fe truly captures the spirit and style of the Southwest with the adobe style of its buildings and architectural design. The oldest capital city in the United States, Santa Fe wows visitors with endless beauty. A walk through the streets around the historic plaza will lead you to shops and galleries, restaurants, museums, and historic churches. At the Palace of the Governors, you can admire the artwork and jewelry created by the Native Americans sitting under the portal. Walk up scenic Canyon Road with over eighty galleries, restaurants and shops. Santa Fe is an art lover’s and History Buffs’ paradise. From museums to galleries to restaurants, you will be awe struck!