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Hilton are represented in western Albuquerque by the 88 room, 4 storey Hampton Inn & Suites, a modern, well managed property close to the Coors Road exit of interstate 40 - four miles from the shops, restaurants, galleries and museums of the historic Old Town district. Free hot breakfast is prepared each morning (also available as a take-out option for guests in a hurry), and the other amenities are a 24 hour convenience store, fitness center, indoor pool/hot tub, patio with bbq grills, business center and meeting space.
Econo Lodge Albuquerque West is situated 2 miles from the western edge of Albuquerque, close to interstate 40, reached from exit 155 by driving 1 block south along Coors Blvd then 1 block east along Iliff Road. This part of town is a quiet residential area, close to the Rio Grande River and the San Gabriel State Park; the city center is 4 miles east along I-40, and Albuquerque Sunport International Airport is 10 miles away. The hotel has an indoor pool and serves free breakfast; there are 4 restaurants adjacent to the property. Several suites are available with enhanced amenities such as a whirlpool bath.
The westernmost of several Quality Inn hotels in Albuquerque is located close to the Old Town district - alongside I-40 at the Coors Blvd exit, 4 miles from the historic town center. Near the inn are several other hotels, a few restaurants and various other businesses; a selection of larger stores including Wal-Mart can be found a short distance north, on the far side of the interstate. The hotel occupies a fairly old three floor building of 104 rooms, some equipped with a refrigerator and microwave. Free hot breakfast, a fitness center, business center, indoor pool and hot tub are the main amenities.
The budget-priced Microtel Inn is the first hotel to greet travelers arriving in Albuquerque from the west, along I-40 - the 3 storey, 49 room building sits at the edge of the desert next to the Flying J truck stop (exit 153 of the interstate), but surrounded by undeveloped land in all other directions. Accommodations are small, bright and functional, and include several suites equipped with sofa bed, refrigerator & microwave. Complimentary amenities are continental breakfast, phone calls and internet access. A small selection of shops and restaurants can be found one block south.
Facilities at the budget-priced, pet friendly, exterior corridor Rodeway Inn Albuquerque comprise free wi-fi, free coffee, coin-operated laundry, a microwave in some of the 109 guest rooms and an outdoor pool on the sunny south side of the property. The three storey building has an easily-reached location near the Coors Blvd exit of Interstate 40, half a mile from the Rio Grande and 5 miles west of the city center.
One of a group of hotels beside I-50 exit 155 (Coors Blvd), the Days Inn is a small, budget-priced property, catering for guests in 80 exterior corridor rooms, on two floors, with views of neighborhing buildings and the interstate, which runs right past to the north. The usual free continental breakfast is provided, and for other meals around half a dozen restaurants are close by. The nearest supermarket (Wal-Mart) is one mile north. An indoor pool/hot tub, sauna, laundry and free wi-fi are the other principal amenities.