Towneplace Suites By Marriott Albuquerque Airport

2400 Centre Ave SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87106, United States
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plaza inn

by deshie

Have booked this for my 2 girls.Is it ok and easy to get to downtown

Re: plaza inn

by AlbuqRay

You did not say how old your girls are but I am assuming they can drive. I don't know much about the Plaza Inn. I have heard good things about the Clubhouse Inn though and they are relatively close to each other. A quick check on TripAdvisor showed the Clubhouse Inn ranked 5th (of 131 Albuquerque hotels) and the Plaza Inn 89th.

Re: plaza inn

by kymbanm

Since Plaza Inn is between the state trauma center and downtown, the clientèle varies tremendously. All in all not well known for bad folks according to my friends in dispatch. I refer folks to the Plaza as they give a nice family discount for hospitalized patient's families. None of the families I've sent there have come back to tell me I did wrong, but they never said it was fantastic either. I suspect it's decent :)

*BTW gotta wave to Ray! We need to do lunch!!!*

Re: plaza inn

by prometheus

The Plaza has 3 diamonds from AAA so it should be pretty good. It is not located on a busy street and is centrally located. Do your girls have a car and where do they need to go?
The neighborhood is good but somewhat spotty...there's not a good safe (at night) walking path to downtown from there. Should be no prob walking in daytime. Walk to University is nice from there.

Travel Tips for Albuquerque

Great town with lots of history

by dacrites

There are numerous things to see and do in Albuquerque....picking what you want to do is many choices!
A great website I stumbled across for information on lodging, sightseeing, shopping, restaurants, etc. for Albuquerque is:

Albuquerque has lots to do outdoors

by dmac733

What you wear when going on outdoor trips here depends on the weather.
In the summer it can get in the upper 90's and winter the 20's. If you
go to the moutains you will have snow in the winter. Always wear lite clothes in the summer, hidking shoes, sun screen and carry lots of water.
In the winter know the area your going to going south it will be warmer and cooler in the north. Always drink and take a lot of water with you on a summer hike.

Great hike for a great view of the city

by dmac733

On the horizon of the West Mesa stand the remnants of five cinder cone volcanoes. Formed over 100,000 years ago, the volcanoes were the dynamic finale to a series of fissure eruptions that coated the surrounding landscape in a basalt caprock.

To access the volcanoes exit I-40 at Paseo del Vulcan (exit 149) and travel north 4.8 miles to park access.

Yummy New Mexican Food

by fairiedust about Los Quates & El Pinto

I love these restaurants....both new mexican food (which means red or green chili and sopas to me). :) You have to have green chile when you go to New Mexico. I definately give these restaurants excellent reviews. Oh, and another place that is worth checking out is the Frontier restaurant across from UNM bookstore, they have pretty decent green chile stew and posole, excellent tortillas as well. Quates=green chile chicken enchilada, posole

el pinto=excellent tacos and pinto beans

Frontier=green chile stew

El restaurant del hospital...

by ephobius

El restaurant del hospital !!

Mi amigo Patrick me invitó a comer ahí (fue a un chequeo).
Hay comida corrida por $4, lo mejor, más higiénico y más barato (igual de económico sólo las fast food, pero ¿quien quiere hamburguesas habiendo sopa, bistek, ensalada y postre?).


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