This hotel has definitely improved since the last time I stayed--especially in the common and conference areas--but the rooms are still pretty much the same. Ours was very small (the "sitting area" consisted of one chair by a small table that wasn't usable as such because the coffee maker was on it), there was a place for a mini-fridge but no mini-fridge, and the television was a smallish old-school tube model. The bathroom was tiny (the largest surface for toiletry items was the top of the toilet) and the shower-head so caked in lime that the jets went in 15 different directions and flooded the floor of the room. There's also a very popular nightclub on the property, and when we returned home from dinner at 10:30 on Friday, there was no parking anywhere in the lot, so we had to park in an unlit dirt lot down the street.
The best thing about this hotel is the location. There are few hotels (other than old/run down motels) in Old Town in Albuquerque, and it's nice to be within walking distance of so much. But there's a fairly new Best Western almost across the street with more modern rooms.More