Visiting Albuquerque

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.

Site Seeing

SITE SEEING

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.

HOTEL ANDALUZ

Hotel Andaluz is graciously offering discounted rooms for all ABQ Latin Dance Fest Guests. While rooms last, guests can book rooms for only $119/night! Book your Room Online