The city of Albuquerque can pride itself on being one of the most amiable North American cities for Spanish speakers–according to a recent North American poll comprised of Hispanic readership. Albuquerque is the ideal host for a regional event such as ours because it boasts such a proportionately large Latino population along with a prominent Spanish speaking culture and heritage.
A couple blocks from your hotel lies the heritage of Old Town Plaza lined with rustic and refined eateries and shops and museums. A five minute ride from Old Town through downtown and you are at First and Central where, if you wish, you can hop the Rail Runner commuter train and emabark on a beautiful 70 minute train ride through big sky county that terminates in heart of the star city, Santa Fe. Spend a day or an afternoon with the history and allure of “The City Different.”
OLD ROUTE 66
While back in Albuquerque, a 10 minute ride from Hotel Albuquerque will take you to the university district and Nob Hill which skirts Central Avenue—the Old Route 66. You’ll find throwhback diners and/or the latest in food fusion all along this stretch of Americana.