Stayed here April 7 - 9, 2011. Reserved a standard room for $117 plus tax, allowed to upgrade to a two room suite for $142 + tax, glad we did. Great tiled shower with seat and rain pan shower head. Bed comfortable, suite had a fridge and two TVs. Nice court yard in back of the hotel and a fitness room. Upscale roof top lounge with great view of the city, mixed drinks $10, my Marble IPA was only $4. Walking distance to a few good restaurants but not much else. I recommend the Grove Cafe, Farina Pizza, and The Standard Diner. Breakfast was included. Very nice. Coffe, tea, pastry, yogurt, cereal, fruit, donuts and hot quiche daily. Coffee and tea on each floor. Also the hotel shuttle will drop you off and pick you up with in a five mile radius! Overall a great hotel.
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- The perfect blend of contemporary comfort and historic elegance, our boutique hotel is ideal for leisure and business travelers in search of superior service and a memorable place to stay in Albuquerque. This is a place to rest, relax and refresh with stylishly appointed guestrooms, an outdoor dining plaza, spacious garden park and a rooftop lounge with panoramic views of the mountains, downtown city lights and enchanting Southwest sunsets. Don’t just stay in Albuquerque — get away to an urban oasis at Hotel Parq Central. ... more less
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