WHere in the world is albuquerque?
Between the sunset glows of the Sandia Mountains at the southernmost tip of the Rocky Monutains and the glorious plateaus of the West Mesa lies Albuquerque, the most populated city in New Mexico. With the Rio Grande running through the city from north to south, and the more modern iterations of old Route 66 connecting east to west, it embodies western optimism and old world cultures. A high desert town (the city ranges from 5,000 to over 6,700 feet, from the valley to the base of Sandia Mountains), Albuquerque has 310 sunny days, four distinct seasons and is perfect for an outdoor ABQ vacation, from hiking to skiing, golfing to biking. Explore a variety of year-round things to do in Albuquerque.
Directions to Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town800 Rio Grande Blvd. NW Albuquerque, NM 87104
Hotel Directions From Santa Fe and the North -Take I-25 S. and take exit 226B to merge onto I-40 W toward Gallup, 2.3 miles. Take exit 157A for Rio Grande Blvd, continue for 0.3 miles. Turn left at Rio Grande Blvd NW. The Hotel Albuquerque will be on the left.
Hotel Directions From the Airport and the South -Merge onto I-25 N via the ramp and continue for 3.5 miles. Take exit 226AB to merge onto I-40 West toward Gallup, and continue for another 2.5 miles. Take Exit 157A for Rio Grande Blvd, turn left onto Rio Grande Blvd. Continue for 0.3 miles. The Hotel Albuquerque will be on the left.
Hotel Directions From the East -Head West on I-40, take Exit 157A to Rio Grande Blvd. Turn left on Rio Grande Blvd. Continue for 0.3 miles. The Hotel Albuquerque will be on the left.
- Hotel Directions From the West -Head East on I-40, take Exit 157A to Rio Grande Blvd. Turn right on Rio Grande Blvd. Continue for 0.3 miles. The Hotel Albuquerque will be on the left.
Distances to Transportation Services
- Alvarado Transportation Center with Greyhound Bus Lines, Amtrak Train and NM Railrunner High Speed Train- 1.7 miles
- Albuquerque International Sunport Airport- 5 miles
- Albuquerque Bus/Rapid Ride - Curbside