Hilton Garden Inn Albuquerque Uptown

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

6510 Americas Parkway, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87110, United States
Hilton Garden Inn Albuquerque Uptown
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89%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
51%
116
Very Good
30%
69
Average
8%
20
Poor
5%
12
Terrible
3%
9

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 35% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families82
  • Couples85
  • Solo84
  • Business75

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Forum Posts

Moving to ABQ in Jan

by gpol45

Moving to ABQ in January, not able to come out and look around before the move. Can anyone tell me about area South of Central Ave, West of San Mateo Blvd north of Zuni Blvd. Saw an ad for a newly remodeled condo there. Its hard to tell from the picture of outside, but it looks a little questionable? Thanks in advance for your help. :>)

Re: Moving to ABQ in Jan

by NM_Photojournalist

Generally speaking, you'd want to avoid anywhere along Central Ave. (Old "Route 66"). FYI: the area "east" from San Mateo, along Zuni and Central Ave. has frequently "starred" on Fox's "COPS," and is know locally as the "War Zone." Lots of gangs, prostitution, drug dealing, shots in the night (and day) type stuff.

The best areas of Albuquerque are the "Far Northeast Heights," which would be approximately east from Pennsylvania Blvd. & north from Menaul Blvd. if you can find an Albuquerque map. The further NE you go, the better the neighborhoods, houses, and apartments...once again, generally speaking. You can be in the best neighborhood, and still have the worst neighbor!

Rio Rancho, on the far west mesa is about 15 miles from downtown Albuquerque, and is the fastest growing city in NM. About 70,000 now with separate PD, FD, school district, etc. It has the lower cost housing, yet when compared to greater Albuquerque, you get a much better area for the same money. Their crime rate is relatively low, comparable to the far northeast heights in Alb. The only major problem out there, is if you work or go to school in Albuquerque, you must cross over the Rio Grande River, and there are only four bridges, leading to rush hour grid lock sometimes. Hope this helps you out a bit. NM_P

Travel Tips for Albuquerque

The Chase Crew

by VeronicaG

The Chase Crew is comprised of people who follow the balloons to their landing site and help to pack them up.

The domestic balloonists usually have friends who help them, but they can also use people who stand in as volunteers to do the job. This is VERY helpful to those balloonists who come from outside of the country.

At the conclusion of the fiesta, its a tradition that balloonists dip their gondolas into the Rio Grande River. This is called THE SPLASH AND DASH. The balloons are taken up into the air once again and guided to their landing site.

Once the balloon lands after its final descent, rides are often offered to the crew as a means of thanking them.

Sandia Peak Ski Area

by MountainLaurel

Sandia Peak is also a small, hometown-style ski area, but if you look, you can still find fun and challenging stuff. Plus lift tickets are cheap. It's only open Wednesday through Saturday, and some seasons it doesn't open at all because of lack of snow. Try to get up here on a weekday and you'll have the place to yourself. Seriously.

You can drive here, which I prefer, or you can take the tram. The disadvantage to the tram, besides the added expense, is that you have to time your last run just right. If you think you have time for one more, and you don't--i.e. if the chairlifts close--you have no way of getting back to the top of the mountain. Well, you could hitchhike, but think of the odds of finding someone who's heading uphill at that time of day, who's willing to stop, and who's got room their car for your skis or board.

In the off-seasons they run the chairlift so you can check out the aspen leaves turning, etc.

The sun actually does set on the chairlift. The mountains run north-south, so the lifts run westward up the slope. Again, you can rent in town or at the mountain, and sunscreen is very necessary.

At the American International...

by brdwtchr

At the American International Rattlesnake Museum we saw this albino rattlesnake. Admission to this small museum at 202 San Felipe Street was only about $2.50. They did not give us a ticket to go inside. They gave us a 'certificate of bravery'. My wife does not like snakes and she indulged me by going into this place.

True New Mexican Cuisine

by fatkid about Barela's Coffee House

This place has the greatest red chile. If you want a true New Mexican food experience check this place out. Huevos Rancheros with Red (Chile). This is by far the best Red Chile I've ever had. Huevos Rancheros is New Mexican Ranch Style eggs which consists of eggs (made to you liking) sitting on a corn tortilla surrounded by beans and fried potatoes all smothered in cheese and your choice of chile. When they ask "red or green?" they're asking you what kind of chile you want.

Excellent On-line Restaurant Guide for Albuquerque

by AlbuqRay about Covers All Kinds of Restaurants

Because it is a tricultural region with a large tourist industry and an Air Force base, the Albuquerque/Santa Fe area is blessed with a large number and wide variety of restaurants. If you want to read personal, informative reviews of these restaurants, try Gil's Thrilling (And Filling) Website. I find his reviews fun to read and accurate. He covers all types of restaurants but is especially good at Eclectic and Asian restaurants. He even covers the good restaurants that went out of business or evolved with a different name. Gil recommends the best dishes at each restaurant in his reviews. Just one caution, Gil likes his food spicer than most people. LOL, he probably considers Barker chile to be mild.

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Address: 6510 Americas Parkway, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87110, United States