Hacienda Antigua Bed and Breakfast Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Albuquerque is one of the Southwest's most stunning gems, with plenty of Spanish influence and Native American art. The city has its share of great sites, indoors and outdoors, but we sure are suckers for its iconic Southwest charms. Take a look at a few our favorite hotels that embrace the local culture! The Hacienda Antigua Bed and Breakfast is a pleasant B&B that offers guests a unique, authentic New Mexico experience and home-cooked breakfasts. A historic vibe pervades this 18th-century, Spanish-style former ranch house, which features adobe walls, rustic rooms, and antique furniture.

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 Albuquerque is one of the Southwest's most stunning gems, with plenty of Spanish influence and Native American art. The city has its share of great sites, indoors and outdoors, but we sure are suckers for its iconic Southwest charms. Take a look at a few our favorite hotels that embrace the local culture!
The Hacienda Antigua Bed and Breakfast is a pleasant B&B that offers guests a unique, authentic New Mexico experience and home-cooked breakfasts. A historic vibe pervades this 18th-century, Spanish-style former ranch house, which features adobe walls,  rustic rooms, and antique furniture.
Albuquerque is one of the Southwest's most stunning gems, with plenty of Spanish influence and Native American art. The city has its share of great sites, indoors and outdoors, but we sure are suckers for its iconic Southwest charms. Take a look at a few our favorite hotels that embrace the local culture!
The Hacienda Antigua Bed and Breakfast is a pleasant B&B that offers guests a unique, authentic New Mexico experience and home-cooked breakfasts. A historic vibe pervades this 18th-century, Spanish-style former ranch house, which features adobe walls,  rustic rooms, and antique furniture. Situated on the Sandia Pueblo Indian reservation just north of Albuquerque, the Native American art on display throughout the hotel is spectacular, from rooms, to the lobby, to outdoor common areas. This upscale resort is a sprawling property on the Santa Ana Pueblo reservation 15 miles north of Albuquerque. Its gorgeous natural setting under vivid blue skies offers panoramic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Trails lead directly to the Rio Grande and the resort features complete Southwest design. Check out the kids' activity center, on-site shops, Santa Ana Cafe, or pool area for more Southwest inspiration! The gorgeous, historic Hotel Parq Central may technically be mid-range, but it looks and feels more like an upscale property. The public spaces and guest rooms feature elegant decor that combines the local culture with more contemporary tones. The Nativo Lodge is a centrally located, mid-range hotel with an impressive display of unique Native American art. Out back, there’s even a teepee  with a hookah lounge. Gorgeous and hip, this downtown boutique is housed in a historic building with a luxe vibe and eco-friendly focus. Featuring a rooftop bar, stunning lobby, and charming library lounge, the Andaluz evokes the feel of a Spanish resort, yet also honors its own history as a New Mexico landmark with extensive Southwestern art throughout. Towering above the downtown district, this 20-story chain hotel features a convenient location and local touches accenting contemporary Hyatt decor. The Residence Inn Albuquerque North is a nice mid-range option that offers more space than its competitors. Inviting interior spaces have a clean, modern look, especially its locally-flavored lobby area. With a prime location in the enchanting Old Town district, this 188-room landmark hotel seamlessly blends historic charm with modern convenience. The rustic lobby and 19th-century-style wedding chapel give a nod to the past, while guestrooms ooze Spanish ambiance. For those interested in a unique, historic B&B in Albuquerque, the Brittania & W.E. Mauger Estate might be the perfect choice. The three-story red-brick Queen Anne-style home was built in 1897 and several rooms nod to local design with Native American aesthetics. Decorative pottery and red tile floors add some Southwestern flair to the lobby and public areas at the 12-story Crowne Plaza Albuquerque (formerly the Hilton Albuquerque).
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