Staybridge Suites Albuquerque North
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Photos of Staybridge Suites Albuquerque North
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsStaybridge Suites Albuquerque North
Don't miss staying here. Pool, Jacuzzi, Great Breakfast Bar, Rooms are immaculate. Staff is great. I travel to ABQ at least 3X a year and always stay here.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Staybridge Suites Albuquerque North
Travel Blogs from Albuquerque
During the night my mom and I fell victim to some kind of killer stomach bug that had us up competing for the bathroom so it wasn't hard getting up this morning at 4:45. We were both awake and in agreement to head out despite not feeling our best. By the time we got to the parking lot it was still dark but a handful of balloons were just leaving the field, lit beautifully in the darkness. We made our way down to the giant launching field--an area of 78 ...
... we could be in real trouble. There was no shelter for a mile in any direction. I also don't want the kids to run as the path is really slippery from the hail ice and it's all rock so we tell them to carefully walk as quickly as we can back to the main lodge and we get some lunch and wait this out. It all ends well but was a stern warning from Mother Nature on how quickly your perfect day can become the stuff of ...
... 330 - Today we leave Albuquerque and head towards Flagstaff. Along the way we stop at El Malpais (Bureau of Land Management Area) and the kids work on their jr. ranger badges as we explore the area. We were able to take a mile hike on top of the lava rocks and I have to say it was a pretty amazing thing to do. The trail is well marked by piled lava rocks that guide you along the walk - these are called cairns. It was a bit ...
Entry by Matt: On the plane from Denver to Albuquerque I had a conversation the whole way with a mechanic who grew up in Albuquerque. He lived there until he was shot at in a junkyard. The violence was becoming more prevelent in Albuquerque due to "gangs and stupid people", so he moved to the mountains in northwest New Mexico. After a lengthy discussion about the difference ...
... ambiance. We then reached Adrian, which is the half way point along Route 66, where a vehicle stands outside the shop and everyone write's their name on it. Before stopping the night at Santa Rosa we visited another free museum at Glen Rio. Russell's car museum. It had everything, juke boxes, model toys and pristine motor vehicles, which I have to add a few photo's again. The scenery I have seen over the last few days I can ...