Our Albuquerque members — Bottger Mansion of Old Town, Red Horse Bed & Breakfast, and Sleepy Lobo Inn — are ideally-located lodging options in the Albuquerque area, making them ideal for your exploration of central New Mexico.

The largest city in New Mexico, Albuquerque still retains an old-world charm. Located in the center of the state, the city provides a gateway for travelers, especially those arriving into the international airport.

Known as the Heart of New Mexico, Albuquerque offers a taste of everything. Outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers can take advantage of two miles of trails, departing from the Rio Grande Nature Center and traveling along the river. A state-of-the-art aquarium adjoins the Botanical Garden along the river’s edge in the bosque, where the cottonwoods and red willows provide shade and shelter for wildlife in the center of town. The Sandia and Manzano mountains frame the city’s east and southern boundaries.

Take the world’s longest, single-span, aerial tramway up to Sandia Peak for an 11,000-square-mile panorama. Travel down Old Route 66 with a stop at historic Kimo Theatre. View more than 1,000 hot air balloons at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta each fall. Want to know how to access hiking trails, when to view wildlife on the bosque, or the best way to do the Balloon Fiesta? Ask your bed and breakfast innkeeper, of course!

The Church of San Felipe de Neri overlooks the central place of Old Town Albuquerque, where visitors rest before exploring the 130 shops, galleries and restaurants on the narrow back streets.

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