Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico, but it’s also one of the most interesting. It offers travelers a little bit of everything with its modern downtown, historic Route 66 attractions, and the remarkable section of town known as Old Town Albuquerque, which dates back to the city’s founding as a Spanish Colony in 1706.
Old Town Albuquerque is a charming place to visit, filled with gorgeous architecture, exciting shopping, outstanding museums and cultural attractions, fantastic restaurants, and so much more. It’s an absolute “must” when visiting Albuquerque. If you’re looking for one of the best places to stay in Old Town Albuquerque, our top-rated Bed and Breakfast in Albuquerque is the place to be.
Our Bed and Breakfast in Albuquerque sits right on the edge of this historic part of town, offering our guests incomparable access to everything Old Town Albuquerque has to offer while still also being well-situated to enjoy the rest of Albuquerque and the surrounding area. With well-appointed, historic accommodations, we offer one of the best places to stay in Albuquerque. Book your room at our Bed and Breakfast in Albuquerque today!
The Best Place to Stay in Old Town Albuquerque
Given the unique cultural confluence that exists in Old Town Albuquerque, it’s more important than ever when visiting Albuquerque to spend some time exploring this area. Our location perched on the edge of Old Town Albuquerque is just one of the things that make our Bed and Breakfast an excellent choice for lodging while you’re in town!
More important than our location, though, is the guest experience you’ll enjoy while staying at our Bed and Breakfast in Albuquerque. We offer an experience far different than a traditional hotel stay, one that is personalized and detail-oriented in many ways. We are dedicated to excellence in everything we do at our Bed and Breakfast in Albuquerque, and it starts before you even arrive here for your stay.
We keep in touch with guests before, during, and after their stay, ensuring you have everything you need to enjoy your stay in Old Town Albuquerque. We’ve lived here for many years and are well-versed in all the top things to do in Old Town Albuquerque and the broader area. We’d love to give you personalized recommendations for something to do, places to shop, and great restaurants to try.
Underlying this dedication to our guests’ satisfaction are comfortable accommodations. We offer seven well-appointed guest rooms, each with its unique personality and history. Each guest room is tastefully decorated and includes a wonderful range of amenities, including private bathrooms, luxurious linens, comfortable robes, cable TV, and much more. You can even enjoy beautiful sunsets and views of the famous Route 66 from some of our second-floor guest rooms!
Each morning of your stay, join us in our sunny dining area for a delicious breakfast made fresh each day. Our breakfast changes daily, but it always features things like fresh fruits with a house-made sorbet and a sweet or savory main dish that is accompanied by a variety of breakfast sausage, ham or bacon, and perhaps scones or biscuits. Our breakfast is the perfect fuel for whatever adventure lies ahead in Old Town Albuquerque and beyond.
If you’re ready to experience the difference dedicated hospitality can make in your stay, it’s time to book a stay with our Bed and Breakfast in Albuquerque. It won’t take long to understand why our guests choose us every time they come to town and why we’re ranked as one of the best places to stay in Old Town Albuquerque.
Things to do in Old Town This Year
Just walking through the charming streets of Old Town Albuquerque, admiring the beautiful and historic adobe architecture, and watching the crowds mill about is enough to enjoy your time. However, there’s truly so much more to this quaint part of town!
The Old Town neighborhood of Albuquerque has a fascinating history worth learning about. It started as a farming community until eventually becoming a village in 1706. Over the years, it’s flown the flag of Spain, Mexico, and now the United States. It has a relatively brutal history on its journey to today, though, and is now considered one of the country’s most unique cultural melting pots.
Old Town has more than 150 shops and restaurants, plus several of the city’s best museums and cultural attractions. Below, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite things to do in Old Town Albuquerque during your next visit.
- Don’t miss the historic San Felipe de Neri Parish at, the heart of Old Town Albuquerque. The architecture of this landmark church is beautiful and has been well-preserved over time, largely remaining as it did in its earliest days in the 18th century.
- Another great place to visit is the Chapel of Our Lady of Guadalupe, which features wood-beamed ceilings and authentic adobe walls lined with hand-carved writings.
- Take your time to stroll the shops throughout this district. It’s a great place to pick up your typical trinkets. Don’t miss the Old Town Portal Market, a home for local artisans, where you can also find some truly remarkable and handmade Native crafts, including things like Jewelry, pottery, and rugs.
- Visit one of the many great museums spread throughout Old Town Albuquerque, including the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, and the Albuquerque Museum.
- Take a break in the beautiful plaza across the street from the San Felipe de Neri Parish.
- While strolling through the area, don’t miss the chance to grab a cocktail or delicious meal at one of these top restaurants in Old Town Albuquerque.
- Old Town Albuquerque is a great place to catch a live Flamenco performance. Head to Casa Flamenca for an exciting evening of entertainment.
- If you want more insight into this lovely neighborhood, consider taking a history & ghost tour of this unique part of town.
With all of these great attractions and more within easy walking distance of our Bed and Breakfast in Albuquerque, it’s easy to see why the Bottger Mansion is rated as one of the best places to stay in Old Town Albuquerque. Book your room today!