Red Roof Inn Midtown Albuquerque

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

1635 Candelaria N.E., Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87107, United States
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Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
17%
15
Poor
12%
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Terrible
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27

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Costs 22% less but rated 23% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families38
  • Couples36
  • Solo33
  • Business60

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Relocating need help with specific locations please

by waywardspirit

Hi, I am going to be relocating from the California Bay Area around Oct. I have heard that the bad areas are kind of scattered about all over the place so its hard to tell if one part of town is good or bad. I will not have a chance to visit before moving so I am looking for places online. I was hoping someone can provide me opinions on the following apartments and their locations please? I am interested in places close to shopping, and maybe a movie theatre or other entertainement. This is a lot of places I am interested in but if you could just pick a couple or tell me which ones to really avoid i would greatly appreciate the advice =)



Desert Creek Apts
4300 Pan American Fwy Ne
Albuquerque, NM 87107

Praire Hills
1001 Tramway Blvd Ne
Albuquerque, NM 87112

Eagle Point
4401 Morris NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111

La Mirage
10700 Academy Rd N.E.
Albuquerque, NM 87111

Villa Apartments
1111 Cardenas Dr SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108

Arroyo Villas
4701 Irving Blvd Nw
Albuquerque, NM 87114

Cottonwood Ranch
10001 Coors Bypass NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114

Mesa Verde
4610 Eubank Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111

Valle Grande
8401 Spain Rd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111

Whispering Sands Apts
220 Western Skies Dr SE
Albuquerque, NM 87123

RE: Relocating need help with specific locations please

by AlbuqRay

I would avoid the Villa Apartments and the Whispering Sands Apartments are borderline. Based on the locations, La Mirage, Valle Grande and Praire Hills are good. I don't know the northwest side of Albuquerque well enough to judge.

RE: Relocating need help with specific locations please

by ABK

North East area is the best place to live in ABQ. North West is ok too but the commute will be long and stressful. Tramway Ridge apartments (4777 tramway blvd NE) used to be a very good and reasonable priced place to live (in 2004). I would avoid La Mirage as well as all areas south from Central AVe.
Hope it helped.

RE: Relocating need help with specific locations please

by ms_deemeaner

I can tell you DEFINATELY do not do whispering sands apartments. Crime rate has risen in that area, It was pretty bad when i moved out of there several years ago, and from my girlfriends who live up there it has not gotten any better.

Travel Tips for Albuquerque

My favorite guidebook for New Mexico ....

by kymbanm

"Touring New Mexico" is a wonderful guidebook w/ 18 tours included in it's chapters. Each tour offers a different view of this beautiful state. 2 of the included tour chapters are specific for Albuquerque and Santa Fe. the remaining 16 tours provide information on how to do a partial tour in a weekend, or a longer tour.

The tours include local cultures, events, as well as natural wonders. One chapter even has an event calender w/ contact information that allows the traveler to investigate various events that one might find interesting ....

I highly recommend this book for travelers entering NM for the first, or 20th time - as well as for us locals ;) Details:
"Touring New Mexico"
Authors: Arango, Chilton, Chilton, Dudley & McEnearney-Stelzner
University of New Mexico Press
ISBN: 0-8263-1622-0

I bought mine at the local Border's Book store for less than $15.00 ........

Isotopes Park

by MarkJochim

The old Albuquerque Sports Stadium had probably the nicest location in all of minor-league baseball. There was a wonderful view towards the Sandia Mountains and it was the only stadium in the U.S. with a drive-in section; fans could park their cars and picnic during the games just beyond the outfield.

That stadium was completely gutted when it was announced that we would receiving a new team. The new stadium on the old site retains the great view and the drive-in section.

The new Isotopes Park will be holding an open house this coming Saturday (April 5, 2003) during which the team's mascot will be unveiled. I bought a digital camera this week and will be posting a gallery of photos of the new stadium sometime in the near future.

Battleship Rock

by AlbuqRay

The next stop north (5 miles) of Jemez Springs is Battleship Rock, which is at the confluence of the north and east forks of the Jemez River. There is a developed day use area there (which requires a fee) but you can park for free in the parking lot by the highway and walk down. It is about a 1.5 mile hike up the east fork to the McCaughley warm spring.

Terrific Thai

by ellielou about Siam Cafe

Some of the best Thai I've ever had. Everything I've had there has been top notch. However, you can only order big bowls of the fine soup, not so great when dining alone.

I'm very partial to the beef salads.

A Brazilian Experience!

by Bwana_Brown about Tucanos Brazilian Grill

Although the exterior of Tucanos is nothing to write home about, it was a very enjoyable first-time Brazilian restaurant experience for me. The theme of the restaurant is serving food in the Churrasco (Shoe-HAS-Ko) style, where various cuts of meats and vegetables are skewered over open flames on long spits. Each spit has particular selection on it, varying from different cuts of beef, chicken, pork, fish, onions/peppers and even pineapple in a brown sugar coating. The waiter brings one spit at a time to your table to offer you selections from it, which are then cut off for each person at the table who wishes to have that particular item. By this method, there is a constant selection of cuts arriving at the table and you can chose to accept or reject each item depending on your appetite at the time. The table also has a wooden marker which can be stood with its Red end up - signifying to the waiter to hold off for a while, or Green end which says bring some more selections to the table. Of course, the meal starts off with an all you can eat salad bar to compliment the spit selections. There is no one particular dish, you just try each selection that suits your fancy. The waiter said that having a few slices of the pineapple helps to digest the food- and it was also quite enjoyable itself! The one disappointment was that, strangely enough, they did not have any Brazilian beer! As compensation, being this close to the UFO paradise at Roswell, I had to settle for a very nice Alien Amber beer! The meal costs $15.95 for whatever you can eat, but again I was being treated by one of the groups organizing the meetings. The photo shows the waiter (at left) bringing one of the spits of meat for our selection.

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Address: 1635 Candelaria N.E., Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87107, United States