Top Reasons to Stay at Residence Inn Albuquerque North
- It’s only a two-minute walk to popular restaurants, including the Fox and Hound Bar & Grill and P.F. Chang’s.
- A short drive brings you to some of the areas most popular activities, such as Cliff’s Amusement Park, the Albuquerque Zoo, and the Explora Science Center and Children’s Museum.
- There’s a heated outdoor pool and whirlpool tub that stay open well into October.
- The suites have separate spaces for living, dining, and sleeping. Each has a fully equipped kitchen complete with a refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker.
- A complimentary breakfast buffet is served in the lobby each morning.
Albuquerque: Multicultural City with Long, Storied Past
Not only is Albuquerque New Mexico's largest city, it's also one of the state's most culturally diverse. Since its official founding in 1706, Spanish, Mexican, and Native American influences have shaped the local culture, reflected in the city’s distinctive Pueblo Revival–style architecture.
The bulk of Albuquerque's cultural offerings center on Old Town, where you'll find art galleries and restaurants housed within historical adobe buildings. About a mile northeast of Old Town, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center has an impressive collection of artifacts dating back to pre-Columbian settlers. The museum building is inspired by the Pueblo Bonito ruins of Chaco Canyon.
To see a real pueblo, head to Acoma Pueblo, about 65 miles west of Albuquerque. Set atop a mesa, this dusty village—one of the oldest in the country—consists of centuries-old adobes where native artisans craft pottery with distinctive black-and-white designs.