|General||Air-conditioned, Complimentary breakfast, No smoking, Non-smoking rooms available, Parking (free)|
|Internet||Internet, WiFi (free)|
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The room was really lovely and charming, with plenty of space to sit and talk--two wingback chairs and a coffee table, in addition to the king bed. Breakfast was very nice each day, with different frittata/souffles, muffins, fruit and more.
We had reserved a queen room, but it was on the third floor, more like a converted attic, with low ceilings and very tight space. However, the staff very kindly and quickly accommodated our wish to upgrade the room, since there had been a cancellation.This hotel is very centrally located in Albuquerque, and we could walk into downtown, and to the bus from the airport. Tammy, the owner/manager, and Maryanne were both very nice and helpful. It feels like being in an old home, well maintained, great food, comfy beds. We were completely satisfied.
Decent location and very helpful staff. Christy went out of her way to prepare a take-away breakfast for my 6 am flight.
Built more than 100 years ago and on the National Registry of Historic Places, it has minimal sound-proofing. Privacy is compromised but it seems inevitable.I found it challenging to set the complicated alarm clock and the hotel staff did not do any better. Maybe they could find something more user-friendly.
We loved the traditional old world feel of this B&B. It made us feel like we were staying with a relative or friend rather than in a 'hotel'. The breakfast was excellent and the staff was very friendly and accomodating. We will definitely st
Nope!We loved the traditional old world feel of this B&B. It made us feel like we were staying with a relative or friend rather than in a 'hotel'. The breakfast was excellent and the staff was very friendly and accomodating. We will definitely stay here again!