Traveling with a pet can be as difficult as traveling with a small child. Your desire to make your pet’s journey as comfortable and stress-free as possible becomes a priority. Let these Albuquerque, NM hotels have some trouble. Offering everything from doggy treats, bowls and beds to seater services and recommendations for local dog parks, these hotels know how to care for your beloved family member.
Some people charge no fees at all (Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown) while others charge at least فی 15 per pet (Barcelona Suites). Most people ask you to leash your dog in the lobby, but some rub their bellies a lot on their four-legged guests (Britania and WE Mauger Estate B&B Old Town).
One of the advantages of some of these hotels is that a park is located within walking distance. If you are looking for more friends, Albuquerque is home to 13 Dog Parks throughout the city. Water is available on some of them.
Most of the pet friendly hotels in Albuquerque have an outdoor patio or grass lawn to please your pup. There is also a room in the Major Estate in the Old Town with dog doors, which open onto a fenced courtyard – what a convenience!
Wherever you choose to stay, you will find Albuquerque as a pet friendly city, with lots of outdoor activities for you to enjoy.
In the southwest luxury, finally get away from the city and experience the Hayat Regency Tamaya near the Rio Grande River and just 15 miles north of Albuquerque. Located on Santa Ana Pueblo, you will immediately feel the local hospitality, warmth and tranquility here. Dogs up to پا 30 are allowed at the resort, with a non-refundable fee of 65 per room. Pets receive a souvenir gift, housekeeping door sign, hygiene equipment and their own tag in their reception package. A welcome letter describes specific pedestrian areas, which are very large due to its rural location. Your dog might like to join you on a new geo tour, an outdoor scavenger hunt, searching for cash using GPS. At Christmas, the annual Santa Paz event in Tamaya, a local animal sanctuary, raises money for a watermelon field. Donate pet food and your dog can take a complimentary photo with Santa!
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Albuquerque’s beautifully appointed Barcelona suite is the perfect choice if you want to stay close to the EXPO NM (faigrounds) for many events. It is also located just south of the three malls in the Uptown area. Large two-room suite with two TVs, a living room with sleeper sofa, and kitchen with microwave and refrigerator. Upgrade to a Jacuzzi Suite, which comes with a flat panel TV in the living room and bedroom, and a Jacuzzi bathroom with fireplace. The hotel is one of the few in the city that accepts pets, receiving only $ 15 per pet per night. There are no weight restrictions. He says you should keep your pet on leash while you are in the lobby. There is an outdoor patio for your dog to enjoy, but no pets are allowed in the breakfast or pool areas.
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Close to the airport is the Hawthorne Suites by the Windham Hotel in the University area and the large playground in Albuquerque. The hotel accepts pets here, receiving $ 25 per pet per day. This large property provides ample space for your dear friend to exercise. There is a large closed outdoor pool area. The hotel offers many business facilities, including a business center, meeting room, limo / town car service, exhibition space, conference facilities and a multilingual staff to translate for you if needed. Free fax, printing and copy machine service is available. Hot breakfast is included and laundry and dry cleaning services are also offered.
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A little further north from the city center, along the I-25, is the Nativo Lodge, which has a southwest attraction. The moment you walk into the lobby, you are greeted with fabulous and eccentric New Mexican decor and art. The hotel accepts dogs up to 50 50 for a $ 25 non-refundable fee per pet. The surrounding fields are nice, with plenty of grass and a Starbucks front door with an outdoor patio. The hotel has indoor / outdoor pool, jacuzzi, children’s pool and women’s sauna. There is a fitness center and restaurant / bar on site. Nativo Lodge has teamed up with his sister’s property, the Hotel Albuquerque, in Old Town to offer a free walking tour with a professional guide to this historic part of the city. Guests are responsible for their own transportation to reach the lobby of the Hotel Albuquerque for the start of the tour.
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The Best Western Inn Suites Hotel Albuquerque Airport is within walking distance of the main terminal and offers a free shuttle. How nice to get off the plane and get here with your four-legged companion. The hotel charges $ 20 per stay with a maximum of ڈالر 100 weekly. Pets are limited to a weight of 80 pounds. Other breeds of animals may be accepted at the discretion of the hotel. There is a nice outdoor patio with pool and hot tub and adjoining lawn. Free hot breakfast with salsa, chips, nachos and drinks and social evening hours are some of the benefits.
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Just minutes from the airport (objectionable shuttle is provided) and close to I-25, you’ll find the best home away from home for you and your pets at Clubhouse Inn & Suites. The hotel, with its 136 newly renovated large rooms and 17 suites, with microwaves and refrigerators, will make your stay comfortable. Pets are welcome with a فیس 15 per night pet fee. You will enjoy a stroll through the scenic grounds, which include two gazebos, an outdoor patio, a courtyard, a heated pool and a large indoor whirlpool. Free Wi-Fi, free breakfast with their Belgian waffles and free night cocktail hour clubhouse are some of the extra things they offer.
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The Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown is conveniently located in the heart of the city, within walking distance of three malls, an outdoor pedestrian friendly ABQ Uptown mall. Pet owners will also love a nice park with a nice play structure for children just a block from the hotel. Sheraton does not charge a pet fee, only asking you to sign a registration waiver. They provide puppies, treats and bedding for your pet upon arrival. The Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown has an indoor pool and spa, and even rooms with a jacuzzi. You will enjoy the ultimate comfort of their Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Beds. Other nice features of the hotel include foul play cafe (mysterious dinner on weekends) and live salsa music, instructions and free chips and salsa at ABQ Girl on Wednesday nights.
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Looking for a bed and breakfast attraction that accepts pets? Right next to the historic Old Town is the Brittania & WE Mauger Estate B&B, which is said to be one of the oldest houses in New Mexico. The Queen Anne Style, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, was beautifully restored in 1987 and opened as a bed and breakfast. Dog owners will prefer a comfortable room for pets, whose dog doors can reach the courtyard door. There are even two dog-friendly townhouses with fenced courtyards behind them. The hotel charges a one-time pet fee of $ 20, but in return, promises to rub the dog’s cups, biscuits and lots of belly rubs (sorry they don’t allow cats).
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Originally a 1920 railroad hospital, the newly renovated Hotel Park is close to Central Airport, downtown, restaurants and entertainment. For pet owners, a plus is a beautiful park at the front door. The hotel offers guest-friendly pet rooms. They accept two pets at a maximum of 30 30 per room. Each, with a fee of $ 75 per pet during your stay. Dear companions receive VIP (critical pet) treatment during their stay at Hotel Park Central, receive a toy, a bed and cups for food and water when they check in. The staff can also assist you with local pet information, such as doctors, pet-friendly restaurants, dog parks and grooming services.
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Opened under its new name in 2009, Hotel Andaluz has a long history, dating back to 1939, when the first hotel was built by Conrad Hilton, a New Mexico resident. Now, determined to be “green” and with more state-of-the-art facilities, it still retains its old-world charm, overlooking its Spanish-tiled lobby and Moroccan-influenced Casba central foyer. Are The hotel is pet friendly and provides local 24-hour care if needed, pet seating and local dog parks. During the summer months, guests can enjoy a stroll with a dear friend at the nearby Downtown Growers Market, where, in addition to fresh produce, you can make handmade herbs, treats and toys for your pet. Can find products. The hotel’s restaurant, Lucia, offers seasonal and innovative menus and one of the best brunches on Sundays. Weather permitting, El Fresco with pooch.
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