Enjoy Comfortable Albuquerque Lodging at the Bottger Mansion
Relax and experience luxury accommodations at our bed and breakfast in the Old Town neighborhood of Albuquerque. Bottger Mansion features seven well-appointed and tastefully decorated rooms where guests can truly enjoy a relaxing getaway. We offer the finest in Albuquerque lodging where each room features a private bathroom, luxurious linens, comfortable robes, cable TV and much more. Some of our rooms are located on the second floor, where guests can enjoy spectacular sunsets and views of Route 66.
Our accommodations are perfect for business travelers or a romantic getaway for two. Whatever the occasion may be that brings you to Albuquerque, we guarantee our lodging will make you feel right at home. We also offer a variety of Albuquerque vacation packages that are the perfect add on to make your stay even more memorable.
Browse through all our lodging choices below to find your perfect room here in Albuquerque. We look forward to hosting you soon at Bottger Mansion of Old Town.
The William Hazeldine Room
The William Hazeldine Room on the first floor has an amazingly comfortable king bed, marble floors, and a large private in-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi tub and shower. The mirrored headboard is part of the original kitchen shelving. Marble floors keep this room cooler in the summer. The bathroom was originally a sun porch.
In the summer it is filled with light from windows on three sides, screened with curtains for privacy. The Hazeldine Room in our Old Town bed and breakfast celebrates the fascinating railroad history of New Mexico. If you’re a train fan, this is the room for you!
This guest room provides a romantic setting for your Albuquerque, New Mexico honeymoon, wedding anniversary or birthday celebration or weekend getaway. Why choose ordinary Albuquerque lodging when you can have something special?
The Franz Huning Room
The Franz Huning Room is on the second floor of the bed and breakfast and has a queen bed with soft, sheer swags draping the canopy frame. A deep clawfoot tub with shower in the private in-suite bathroom invites a good soak under the glow of the brass chandelier.
Enjoy the view of the Sandia Mountains and the lovely front yard. So many special touches make this room a wonderful setting for your birthday, anniversary, engagement or New Mexico honeymoon, earning its designation as the “Bridal Suite.”
The Route 66 Suite
This comfortable suite in our Old Town, Albuquerque bed and breakfast overlooks Route 66 from the windows of the suite’s private sitting room. Our favorite guest room celebrates the “Mother Road,” Route 66, traveled by millions of visitors since 1937, with vintage photographs and Route 66 era memorabilia.
The ornate pressed tin ceiling and hardwood floor retain the charm of the original mansion. The adjoining private sitting room, which provides a sunny nook for reading and relaxation, is perfect for your next New Mexico getaway. You won’t find a room like this in any other Albuquerque hotel.
Hop on a plane or jump in your car and head to the Bottger Mansion, where you can still get your kicks on Route 66!
The Clyde and Carrie Tingley Room
The lovely Clyde and Carrie Tingley Room on the second floor of our Albuquerque, NM bed and breakfast has a queen bed, private in-suite bathroom with shower, and views of the front yard and western sunset. Photographs of Albuquerque’s former mayor and his philanthropist wife complement the charming décor.
Venture out for dinner at one of our fabulous Old Town restaurants, or indulge in an afternoon nap between visiting museums, shopping, or taking one of the many day trips available when you use Albuquerque as your home base. For more photos of this room and the bathroom, see the album for the Clyde and Carrie Tingley Room on our Facebook page.
The Bernard Shandon Rodey Room
The Bernard Shandon Rodey Room on the second floor of the bed and breakfast has a queen bed with brass headboard and a private in-suite bathroom with shower. Enjoy spectacular sunsets through large windows that warm the room even on a chilly winter day, or lower the blinds when you wish to nap or sleep later.
The white steeples of San Felipe de Neri Church located in Old Town peek through the leaves of Old Town Plaza’s large shade trees. Learn a little about New Mexico statehood and the University of New Mexico through historic photographs, amusing political cartoons from 1900, and a vintage map of UNM. Stay in our “great value” room and enjoy all that Albuquerque, NM has to offer.
The Edward Buxton Cristy Room
The Edward Buxton Cristy Room on the main floor of the bed and breakfast has a king bed that can be split and made into twin beds to accommodate two guests traveling together. The sunny yellow private in-suite bathroom has a tub with shower. This large room features the original pressed tin ceiling and hardwood floor. The mural encircling the room was painted by a Bottger grandson in the mid-1930’s and depicts New Mexico mountain scenes. (You can read more about the history of the Bottger Mansion here.)
This room was named for Edward Buxton Cristy, the architect who designed the Bottger Mansion Bed & Breakfast and creator of the Pueblo Revival style of architecture seen throughout New Mexico today.
The Erna Fergusson Room
Charming and cozy, the Erna Fergusson Room on the second floor of our Albuquerque, NM bed and breakfast features two twin beds and views of the magnificent Sandia Mountains. There is plenty of room under the beds to tuck luggage out of the way. The private in-suite bathroom has a deep clawfoot tub with shower.
This sunny room is often used by two traveling companions sightseeing in Old Town and enjoying New Mexico’s beauty. Enjoy a trip into the history of Harvey Hotels, Harvey Car Tours, and the Alvarado Hotel.