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Recommended Vacation Rentals in Albuquerque
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Popular Rental Amenities in Albuquerque
Filters are conveniently available to help you customize your search to find a beautiful vacation rental in Albuquerque. HomeToGo's data reveals that "internet" and "TVs" are the most commonly offered amenities in Albuquerque. Not as many properties in Albuquerque are available if you like to end your days curled up by the fire or if you love sweating the stress away in saunas as "saunas" and "fireplaces" are not often provided in this destination.
The Weather in Albuquerque
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The above is a climate diagram for Albuquerque. During June, maximum temperatures go up to more than 93° Conversely, January is the coolest month in Albuquerque, with temperatures going under 26° The rainiest month is August while the driest month is April.
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Accommodations for your vacation in Albuquerque
In Albuquerque, most of the 2145 accommodation types are hotel rooms, which represent 80.63% of its properties. Additionally, these vacation accommodations have a median size of 370 ft² as well as cost, on average, $161 a night. Furthermore, most hotel rooms in this destination can host 4 guests, which makes it a perfect vacation destination for medium-sized groups and families. Bed & Breakfast rentals are the other most available property type in Albuquerque. The average size of bed & breakfast rentals in Albuquerque is 430 ft², and the average price is $186 a night.
Explore the Best of the Southwest in an Albuquerque, NM Vacation Home
Soak up the sun and cuisine of New Mexico on a visit to Albuquerque. With a vacation rental where you can enjoy all the comforts of home while exploring a new place. Choose from sprawling villas with private pools, cozy family houses, and airy condos. Come sundown, it's time to hit the fantastic restaurants and craft breweries of the city to eat and drink as you relax into the charm of southern life.
How to get to Albuquerque?
How to Get to Albuquerque
Albuquerque International Sunport Airport is a major transit hub in New Mexico with direct flights to airports across the United States. Southwest Airlines is the main airline operating here but there are also flights operated by carriers such as American, JetBlue, and Delta. To reach downtown from the airport visitors have the option of taking a taxi, shuttle service or local bus which all depart from outside the terminal building.
Albuquerque also features as a layover stop on Amtrack's Southwestern Chief which travels from Chicago to Los Angeles, passing through several other states including Colorado, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, and Arizona. Albuquerque lies on the intersection of two major highways too. Route 40 runs east to west and is the main way to reach the city from Dallas, Las Vegas, and Phoenix. Route 25 connects Albuquerque to Denver in the north and El Paso on the Mexican border.
Where to find the best food in Albuquerque?
The 5 Best Restaurants in Albuquerque
1. Duran Central Pharmacy
Tucked away in the back of this renowned institution is one of the city's best diners serving up generous plates of chili-laced New Mexican food. The blue corn enchiladas are a must-eat.
2. Amore Pizza
The only officially recognized Neapolitan pizza joint in the city has the most authentic Italian dishes in town. As well as pizza, sample the bruschetta to start, paired with a crisp Italian white wine.
3. Grove Market and Cafe
The best place in the city for an all-American breakfast which also offers a sterling Sunday brunch menu with everything from pancakes to eggs Benedict.
4. Rustic on the Green
True to its name, the Divine Intervention burger doesn't disappoint - a true game changer amid a hip, industrial setting.
5. Poki Poki Cevicheria
For a light and healthy lunch, stop by Poki Poki Cevicheria for some wonderfully fresh and tasty Peruvian ceviche.
What is the weather like in Albuquerque?
Albuquerque Through the Seasons
Albuquerque is classified as high desert but the climate can be quite variable depending on what time of year you choose to book accommodation in the city.
Spring and Autumn
Considered some of the best times to visit, the climate is mild with plenty of sunshine. Daily temperatures hover around 60 to 70 Fahrenheit so pants and a t-shirt are suitable, though the temperature can drop in the evenings when a light jacket may be required.
The summer months are hot so it's a good idea to pack plenty of light, breathable clothing, as well as a hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses. The late summer sees the arrival of storms and showers. While these tend to be short-lived, waterproof clothing and rain resistant shoes can prevent you from getting soaked in a surprise downpour.
Winter in Albuquerque
The winter is much cooler than many visitors anticipate with temperatures dropping as low as the mid-twenties in December and January. Snowfall is also a possibility, though this doesn't occur every year.
Where are the unique attractions in Albuquerque?
Outdoors in Albuquerque
The beautiful backdrop of the Sandia Mountains invites Albuquerque's guests out for adventure. Hiking and mountain biking are the most popular activities, but less intrepid travelers can also enjoy stunning views from the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway. Cross-country and downhill skiing are also quite popular during winter months.
Nearby lava flows make for a low-impact walk in the wilderness. Petroglyph National Monument is a short day trip that offers a glimpse into the area's ancient resident's lives and culture. Thousands of carvings and cave drawings can be found here, most between 400 and 700 years old.
What are the best events and festivals in Albuquerque?
Events for All
Albuquerque's most famous annual event is the International Balloon Fiesta. Each October over 500 balloons launch during the event, drawing thousands of pilots, passengers, and spectators from around the globe. Multiple launches per day mean that there is always something to see.
The city also holds beer and wine festivals throughout the year, as well as events featuring fiery foods, barbecue, and more. The Gathering of Nations Pow Wow is North America's largest Native American celebration and the perfect place to learn more about the art and culture of America's first people.
What are the benefits of self-catering in Albuquerque?
Self Catering in Your Albuquerque Vacation Rental
Albuquerque is famous for its Sonoran-style fare, combining the hatch chili with other locally grown foods to create authentic Native American dishes. Area specialties include fry bread, pozole, stacked enchiladas, and stuffed sopapillas.
The city is home to multiple farmers' markets, the most notable of which is the Downtown Growers' Market. Over 200 vendors offer a variety of locally sourced produce and prepared foods can be found here each Saturday, making the market an ideal place to buy edible souvenirs and sample local flavors.
What are the must-see attractions in Albuquerque?
The 5 Best Breweries in Albuquerque
1. The Blue Grasshopper
This local brewery and taproom offers an excellent range of beers ranging from IPAs to cherry wheat beers. The food menu includes bar classics including woodfired pizzas, salads, and sandwiches.
2. La Cumbre Brewing Company
Le Cumbre is a much-loved microbrewery with some of the best beers in town, food trucks if you get hungry, and regular events and daily live music.
3. Red Door Brewing Company
Situated in the heart of the industrial area, this brewery has plenty of games to keep you busy while sampling the selection of beers and ales.
4. Bow and Arrow Brewing Company
Set in a beer hall-style building, Bow and Arrow boasts a more refined feel than other breweries owing to its vintage touches and the trendy local crowd who hang out here.
5. Marble Brewery
Located in the center of town on Marble Avenue, this brewery has become a staple of the Albuquerque scene since opening in 2008 owing to its classic beers and seasonal brews.
How much does it cost to rent a vacation rental in Albuquerque?
The price for Hotel rooms and Bed & Breakfast rentals in Albuquerque is $39 per night.
How many vacation rentals are available to book in Albuquerque?
April has the highest amount of available Hotel rooms and Bed & Breakfast rentals in Albuquerque, so you can expect plenty of offers, even for last-minute bookings.
What amenities are most popular for vacation homes in Albuquerque?
Most travelers search for internet, TVs, and pools when booking a vacation rental in Albuquerque.
How many vacation rentals are in Albuquerque?
Discover 2145 vacation rentals available to book in Albuquerque.
Are pets allowed in vacation rentals in Albuquerque?
Finding a cabin rental in Albuquerque that allows dogs is definitely possible, with 1,067 pet-friendly homes on offfer.
What's the best time of year to travel to Albuquerque?
June and July are typically the warmest months in Albuquerque with temperatures around 93 °F. January and December in Albuquerque are the coldest, with 26 °F on average.
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