This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Albuquerque reviews
"My husband and I along with our daughter and her boyfriend spent a few days in ABQ at this bungalow. It was amazing! This place is fabulously comfortable, with super comfy beds!! The kitchen and bath were obviously renovated recently - very nice. I would have liked to have brought the kitchen home with me. The backyard was very nice to eat al fresco. Steaks on the grill and a bottle of wine were a nice break from the local food, which was quite yummy. I would stay here again and again!"Guest: Ragin Cajuns Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 28, 2014View listing
"My wife, 3 year old daughter, and my mother all came to stay in Albuquerque for a wedding. We found this house the owner to be PERFECT! We had such a great time! Only two blocks away is a fantastic organic Coop grocery that was a real treat. Being near the Rio Grande was beautiful and a great drive and walk. Being near Old Town was a treat as well. The kitchen is well equipped and nothing is better than having an espresso and sitting out back in the huge yard. The owner is so helpful and knowledgable and willing to help us out with anything. The house is so much fun and made life so easy for us! We will stay again for sure!!"Guest: Chris Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: January 10, 2014View listing
"We stayed for a week. It was one of the most enjoyable vacations we have had and a lot of it was due to Horace. The house was wonderful, just what we were looking for. We also rented the car and it made everything so much easier. Horace made sure we knew good places to eat, places to go see and was always there if we had a problem. We didn't have to worry about getting back and forth to the airport. Horace made us feel welcome and made everything enjoyable. I would recommend this property and owner to anyone visiting Albuquerque. We would definitely rent it again if we would be out that way again. Thank you Horace for everything."Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 3, 2014View listing
"We stayed at the house while we were in town for a wedding/family reunion and it was absolutely perfect. Within walking distance to so many things. We had family staying at other houses in the area and they all mentioned that they will try to book this house next time they come to Albuquerque. The house is very well furnished and has everything you would need. Thank you very much, we will be back!"Guest: KristenJ Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 26, 2014View listing
Albuquerque Travel Tips
The Qualities of Albuquerque Vacation Rentals
Albuquerque is the largest city of New Mexico and reputed for its desert beauty along the Sandia Mountains. The Sandia Mountains and Rio Grande provide enough wildlife and water to make the desert an abundant living space. The city itself will be largely filled with Spanish structures, modern office buildings, and plenty of attractions. If you are looking for a warm, dry climate for your next vacation, Albuquerque vacation rentals are going to help you make that happen. The vacation rentals are affordable through VRBO. You not only receive great service from the owners of the homes but you will also find luxury during your stay. Albuquerque vacation houses are perfect for family reunions, friendly gatherings, or even a couple’s retreat.
Albuquerque Vacation Houses Allude to the Past
History, as they say, “tells us where we have been” and can certainly enlighten us as to where we are going. Albuquerque has a long history starting with the Native Americans and moving on through the Spanish settlers. Albuquerque as a city was first recorded in 1706 with a group of colonists from Spain. They set up their colony along the Rio Grande River which helped their animals and crops grow. Spanish homes in the traditional style were built, and this is the style you can still see on a vacation trip to Albuquerque lodging. Old Town is most prominent for having older homes dating back to the 19th century conflict between Spanish and American settlers. Many flat-roofed adobe buildings will greet you in old town as you begin to explore the area and its history.
Albuquerque Lodging Near the Shopping Malls
A vacation is never complete unless you are able to bring home souvenirs. Even if you are looking for a few items you forgot to pack, the shopping area of Albuquerque can help you find everything you need. This district is in the Coronado Center on Menaul Street or at the Cottonwood Mall on Coors Boulevard. One also has the Nob Hill District between Washington Street and Girard Boulevard. Nob Hill provides 130 different shops, galleries, and restaurants for you and your family to enjoy. There is also the open-air Uptown Mall for a day outside doing one of your favorite activities.
Albuquerque's Local Amusement for Travelers
Albuquerque as a large city will have more than enough to keep you busy for a week or two. One of your first stops if you love nature and wildlife should be the Aquarium and the Rio Grande Botanic Garden. Marine systems of the Gulf of Mexico are housed in the facility which means stingrays, jellyfish, eels, sharks, and other aquatic life will be there to view. They also have a Butterfly Pavilion with numerous species native to New Mexico. Along the same lines as the aquarium is the American International Rattlesnake Museum. If you have small children with you, this is a great place to learn about the 30 different species of rattlesnakes by seeing them live, as well as their skeletons. Explora is yet another museum of Albuquerque you will want to explore. They house 250 hands-on displays for children and adults alike.
The Weather and Directions for Albuquerque Vacation Rentals
Part of taking a holiday is knowing how to get to your Albuquerque vacation rentals and the surrounding sites. It is also knowing what time of year you should travel to this large city. Before you strike out for the day, you will want to plan what attractions you wish to see. It is better to have a car but there is a bus system to get you around town if need be. As to weather, Albuquerque is still in the desert which means summer can reach over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. If you want to visit at a cooler time of year, consider spring or fall when the plane tickets are more reasonable. Winter can be extremely busy in the city due to travelers seeking a warmer climate.