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Sitting about 5,000 feet (1,632 meters) above sea level, Albuquerque benefits from a remarkable natural setting and a mild, dry climate. The peaks of the Sandia Mountains stand on the east and the arid New Mexico mesas (elevated hills with flat tops) stretch out to the west.
The largest city in the state of New Mexico, Albuquerque is best navigated by car. It’s divided into four official quadrants: Northeast, Southeast, Northwest and Southwest, with Central Avenue dividing north from south and Broadway dividing east from west.
To get a sense of Albuquerque’s diverse ethnic heritage, stroll around historic Old Town in the Northwest. This area incorporates the original city of Albuquerque, which was founded in 1706. The narrow streets are dotted with museums, adobe buildings and Hispanic architecture, including the city’s oldest building, the San Felipe de Neri Church.
Discover the region's natural diversity at Old Town’s Albuquerque Biological Park. This complex is home to the Albuquerque Aquarium, Rio Grande Botanic Garden and the Rio Grande Zoo. The BioTrain, which runs from Tuesday to Sunday, carries visitors between the park's facilities.
Native American heritage has a strong influence on Albuquerque, from the presence of more than 15,000 rock carvings at the Petroglyph National Monument, to the pueblo settlements near the city. Learn about the way of life for the descendants of New Mexico’s indigenous peoples at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, located in the Northwest.
Outdoor enthusiasts can escape to the rocky cliffs of the Sandia Mountains. In summer, the peaks attract rock climbers, hikers and mountain bikers, while the winter months see skiers and snowboarders flock to the slopes. Step aboard the Sandia Peak Tramway to experience the range in all its scenic glory. This aerial tramway journeys up to the 10,378-foot (3,163-meter) summit, offering panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and the city below.
Albuquerque also boasts a busy events calendar. Highlights include the world-famous International Balloon Fiesta in October and the annual New Mexico State Fair, usually held in September.
Situated near the airport, this spa resort is within a 10-minute walk of Isleta Lakes and Hard Rock Casino. South Valley Canal Road and Gutierrez-Hubbell House are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Isotopes Park and within 3 mi (5 km) of National Hispanic Cultural Center and ABQ BioPark Zoo. University Stadium and Puerto Del Sol Golf Course are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Located in Downtown Albuquerque, this hotel is 1 mi (1.6 km) from Rio Grande Trail and within 3 mi (5 km) of Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. Old Town Plaza is 3 mi (4.9 km) away.
This hotel is 1 mile from University of New Mexico and Albuquerque Convention Center, and 3 miles from Old Town Albuquerque.
Hyatt Place Albuquerque Airport is a 2-minute drive from the terminals and 10 minutes from the historic city center. Within 25 minutes, guests can be driving on Route 66, America's most famous old highway. The Nob Hill shopping district and Rio Grande Nature Center are both even closer to the hotel.
This family-friendly Albuquerque hotel is located near the airport, within 2 mi (3 km) of Puerto Del Sol Golf Course, Vortex Theatre, and University of New Mexico Art Museum. National Hispanic Cultural Center is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) away.
Located in the heart of Albuquerque, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Puerto Del Sol Golf Course and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from National Hispanic Cultural Center. Isotopes Park and University Stadium are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Paseo del Noreste, Championship Golf Course at the University of New Mexico, and Puerto Del Sol Golf Course. Isotopes Park and University Stadium are also within 3 mi (5 km).