Up on a hill on the Westside of Albuquerque our house faces the Sandia mountains for the sunrise and overlooks the Albuquerque city lights at night. Pat Hurley park is a 4 minute walk from the house. We are 1 mile off of the Coors Rd exit from I-40, between historical route 66 and I-40. Old Town Albuquerque is 2 miles away, which is close to the Albuquerque Bio Park, Zoo, and Rio Grande River. Downtown is 4 miles away. Many local restaurants in our area and 66 bus runs on Central 6am-late night.
“Allen’s place was a great deal! I needed a place for the night before an early morning flight and Allen’s was perfect. Just 15 min from the airport. There’s a mini fridge and microwave to use in the Airbnb space and Allen is happy to bring out knives/plates etc as long as you plan ahead in case he is out at work.”
Sleek, clean, newly-remodeled mellow space for two travelers with sunny back yard, off-street parking, and morning coffee. Close to bus line, restaurants, the university, airport and downtown night life with spacious, private bath and laundry facilities. Single beds are comfy and new. Kid-friendly. There is one well-behaved dog in a household owned by 2 queers. Eco-friendly soap and shampoo provided.
“Darcy's place was absolutely perfect for my dog and I to stay at! Super friendly hosts and a cute dog. Everything was super clean and private. Wish we were staying in Albuquerque another night just so we could stay here!”
Bedroom for rent in a wonderful, safe, quiet neighborhood in the northeast heights. The Northeast heights encompasses the foothills of the Sandia Mountains, which offer great outdoor activities such as hiking and mountain biking. The Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway takes visitors from the base to the top of the mountains on a spectacular ride.
“This is my 3rd time staying here. Stay with Christopher always makes me feel like home. Stayed in the Twin bedded room and had no problems what so ever. The bed was really comfortable. Looking forward to staying there again.”