First of all I did stay here on a Wednesday night which definitely influenced my experience here both bad and good. There are seven floors. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Our room was pretty The rooms were nicely appointed. However our room was only on the 2nd floor and it took forever for the water in the sink to get warm, but that wasn't really a big deal.
From the outside it looks new and modern. General Manager Reginald immediately went up to the room and upgrade us to a Suite. The room is still old, but much better with a working AC.
Staybridge Suites Albuquerque North. Needs to be cleaned better, but this also seems to apply to every hotel here in Albuquerque. Motel 6 Albuquerque North. But it was cheap and I didn't feel unsafe.
Wifi wasn't very good and no fridge on room that brings I previously lived in Albuquerque so I knew a bit about the area which the hotel is located. The hotel is clean, quiet. Pool is clean, property is well maintained. Our room was pretty Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North.
We were so looking forward to eating breakfast in the atrium The breakfast buffet was way below average and the service was not really even available.
Howard Johnson by Wyndham Albuquerque Northeast. The staff is courteous, but they can't make up for a place that needs attention and maintenance. Basic needs are met but many repairs are needed. It is also dog friendly. We think it offers good value for the money. The staff is friendly and check-in is easy La Quinta Inn Albuquerque Northeast.
We've stayed here many times and will be coming back for sure. We experienced the bathroom sink plunger broken and reported it to room service, but not sure it ever was reported to However, the handicap room was a little to narrow for my wife's wheelchair to maneuver Convenient to get to. The staff in the late afternoon was excellent. Front desk guys were extremely helpful. This place is very close all the convenient stores and a very quite place for travelers. It is also family friendly.
The place is well equipped with a full running kitchen. Siegel Select — Albuquerque II. Manger still charge cash. He was yelling at the Studio 6 Albuquerque North. The room was surprisingly well laid out with big flat screen tv, kitchenette complete with fridge, checkin staff were Prices are the average nightly price provided by our partners and may not include all taxes and fees.
Taxes and fees that are shown are estimates only. Please see our partners for more details. There are seven floors. In addition to guest rooms, there is also space for meetings and events.
As well as steakhouse. It will be offered as a new amenity to visitors of the casino. Of the project cost, a large percentage was spent on the labor for the construction process. While the hotel was being built there were construction workers employed. The remainder of the money was budgeted for road and utility infrastructure, areas for maintenance and a warehouse.
Revenue from the new hotel will go to fund important programs for the Santa Ana Pueblo. Also, it will be a new source of employment for the tribe. All of this is a way to add to the economic sustainability for the tribe. In an effort to retain employees, the new hotel will be higher wages then other nearby hotels.
They will also have healthcare benefits and a free meal during each shift. Until the new hotel was complete there were four metro area casinos owned by tribes that did not offer a hotel. The Santa Ana Casino Hotel is estimated that the hotel will be full on the weekends.