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Reviewed on Jan. 17, 2020
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History buffs will enjoy exploring Albuquerque, and visitors give high marks for the festivals, popular zoo, and renowned art. This city also attracts tourists with its museums, theaters, and gardens. Top sights in the city include ABQ BioPark Zoo, National Hispanic Cultural Center, and New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. In Albuquerque, there are 340 hotels and other accommodations to choose from.
Red Horse Vineyard Bed & Breakfast is a favorite with Expedia customers. This 3.5-star B&B offers a winery and free breakfast. Other favorite options based on traveler reviews include Chocolate Turtle Bed and Breakfast and Hotel Chaco.
Downtown Albuquerque is a top neighborhood that travelers love for its major shopping area and lively festivals. Other favorite areas in Albuquerque include Uptown and Westside.
You'll find 17 lodging options in this neighborhood to select from for your stay. Based on Expedia customer reviews, Mauger Estate B&B is the highest ranked property in Downtown Albuquerque. This 3.5-star B&B offers free breakfast and free WiFi. It is located a short 10-minute walk from Albuquerque Convention Center. Other top choices in the neighborhood include Hotel Andaluz Albuquerque, Curio Collection by Hilton and DoubleTree by Hilton Albuquerque.
Known for its festivals, art, and museums, the city's cultural venues include National Hispanic Cultural Center, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, and Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Families come for the zoo and aquarium, specifically attractions such as ABQ BioPark Zoo, ABQ BioPark Aquarium, and Expo New Mexico. The city is notable for its historic sites and landmarks like Old Town Plaza, Albuquerque Civic Plaza, and San Felipe de Neri Church.