These Albuquerque hotels for groups, including the Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown, are all used to catering for large groups.
Hyatt Regency Albuquerque
First up, with 382 rooms and suites across 20 floors, we have the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque. Built in 1990 and last renovated in 2008, this business-focused stopover is known for the Forque Kitchen and Bar, serving steaks and other hearty dishes. There’s also the Hue cocktail bar and a Starbucks on-site. Don’t miss the rooftop pool!
The hotel is an 11-minute drive to the town’s main airport, Albuquerque International Sunport – named as such to reflect the fact that this fabulous town of around 560,000 people enjoys 280 days of sun per year!
Second on our Albuquerque hotels for groups round up, it’s the Albuquerque Marriott, where you’ll find 411 rooms and suites across 17 floors. Built in 1981, it was last renovated in 2007.
The hotel boasts a 24-hour fitness centre plus an indoor and heated outdoor pool. The on-site restaurant is called Cielo Sandia, featuring a locally inspired menu. Guests can also take advantage of the free parking and free Wi-Fi.
The Rio Grande Zoological Park and the Albuquerque Biological Park and Aquarium are both under 12 miles away. You can meanwhile reach Albuquerque Sunport in about 10 minutes by car!
Crowne Plaza Albuquerque
Built 1971 and last renovated in 2014, the Crowne Plaza Albuquerque is home to 263 rooms and suites across 12 floors and 14 acres! Dining options include the Stonestreet Grille, Cantina Bar & Grill plus Rancher’s Club of New Mexico.
Other selling points include the fitness centre, an indoor and outdoor pool, and for business travellers, eight meeting rooms and a total of 26,000 square feet of meeting space.
The sunport is once again around 11 minutes away by car. Close by attractions include the Coronado Shopping Mall, the Old Town Historic District and the North Golf Course.
Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown
Last up on our list of hotels for groups in Albuquerque, New Mexico, it’s the Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown, which has 295 rooms and suites across eight floors. Built in 1980, it last benefitted from a renovated in 2009.
Enjoy the free shuttle service to Uptown, free parking, dining options such as ABQ Grill and Sol Cafe plus a fitness centre and pool. Other amenities include a business centre, a banquet room, conference and meeting room facilities and services like babysitting, dry cleaning and a convenience store.
The sunport can be reached in 14 minutes in the car. While in Albuquerque, why not check out the stellar views after boarding the 2.7-mile Sandia Peak Tramway. There are also the fascinating prehistoric rock carvings on display at the Petroglyph Monument: think of it as a sort of outdoor art gallery with a difference!
Stay tuned! In our post due next week we will talk to you about hotels for groups that are great for trips to New Orleans, Louisiana you might be planning! Are you planning a group trip sometime in the near future? Then let’s make the booking!