The best hotels in Albuquerque, from renovated retro motels to historic inns
- December 10, 2022
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Albuquerque has drawn travelers throughout its 300-year history—from early Spanish settlers to sun-seeking tuberculosis hospital-goers that flooded the city in the 1920s to Route 66 trippers. Today’s visitors know it as the world capital of hot air ballooning and as an outdoor hotspot for leisure activities, where sizzling red and green chilli sauce smothers local cuisine and craft beer flows from more than forty taprooms. Albuquerque hotels are as diverse as the travelers who visit them. Whether you’re looking for a boutique inn steeped in the area’s indigenous culture, a historic landmark with rail links, or an idyllic oasis, you’ll find the perfect stay among Duke City’s top hotels. Here you will find them.
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