Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Albuquerque area.
With its starkly varied terrain and original Indian and Spanish cultural elements, preserved intact for
many generations despite the press of civilization from the East, Albuquerque remains a unique area where
you still can catch your breath and travel back in geologic history to a cleaner, less hurried and fresher
time. Experience the unmatched warm and dry year-round desert climate which has made Albuquerque a favorite
getaway and resort area for decades.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Albuquerque area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||Downtown Albuquerque||·||Albuquerque Airport|
|Lodging near the Convention Center and Old Town Plaza, near the Rio Grande Zoo and the Aquarium & Botanical Garden.||Lodging options in the southeast section of Albuquerque, in and around the Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ).|
|·||Midtown Albuquerque||·||Albuquerque Business District|
|Lodging in midtown locations, near the University of New Mexico and the Coronado Mall.||Lodging options east of downtown, near the New Mexico State Fair Grounds, within the financial and business areas.|
|Lodging northeast of the Albuquerque city limits, near the Coronado Airport, in and around the towns of Corrales and Cedar Crest, the Balloon Fiesta Park and less than 1/2 hour to the Sandia Mountains.||Lodging options located further northeast of the Greater Albuquerque area, including the towns of Santa Fe, the nearby community of Los Alamos, the Santa Fe ski areas and around the town of Raton near the Colorado border.|
|Lodging due west of Albuquerque, in and around the town of Gallup, including the community of Zuni, the Arizona towns of Fort Defiance and Window Rock, and others.||Lodging options northwest of Albuquerque, near the Colorado, Arizona and Utah state lines, including the towns of Farmington, Shiprock, Bloomfield and others.|
|Lodging in the communities surrounding the Greater Albuquerque area, outside of the above areas, in and around the towns of Rio Rancho, Santa Ana Pueblo, Belen, Grants, Moriarty, Socorro, Santa Rosa and others.|
Area Facts: In 1935 bones were recovered from a cave in the Sandia Mountains that prove the area's inhabitation dates back as long as 25,000 years. The area code for Albuquerque is 505.
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