Route 66 Inn

8100 Central Ave SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87108, United States
#30 of 210 hotels in Albuquerque
Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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Another for Your Southwest Hostel Tour

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 22, 2006

I was here for two nights in September 2003.
The staff running this hostel were very nice. It's a large, old house right on Central Avenue between Downtown and Old Town.
There are three floors. The second floor has several private rooms. My first night, I shared a private room with two other girls (there was a queen bed and a twin bed separated by a wall and French door) with a private bathroom (no shower, just a strange tub). This was pretty nice.
The second night, the two girls had left, and I was in the male bunks, which are in the basement. The basement is, unfortunately, not well-ventilated, and, though the fans were running all night, it was still pretty hot in there.
The first floor is the female bunks, which looked MUCH more comfortable.
A small, uneventful dinner was provided. A simple chore was expected in the morning. Key deposit + linen fee.

Unique Quality: Good location, friendly staff, limited parking

Directions: Central Avenue @ 10th Street

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Budget Travel Gem

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 8, 2005

Built in 1905 as an apartment building, this very inexpensive Hostel is close to the bus system and just a couple of minutes walking distance from Downtown's entertainment district one way and Old Town the other.

Featured are a common kitchen and some food staples but nothing gourmet. Rates vary in price starting at $17 a night for a dorm bed and go up to $33 a night for a suite that can accommodate up to 3 people.

Reservations are incouraged. The maximum stay is 10 days and guest mat live no closer than 50 miles from Albuquerque. This is the perfect place for the traveler on a tiny budget.

Directions: Central Ave and 10th Street - west of Downtown

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