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Score from 29 reviews Excellent 8.6/10

Newest reviews for Americas Best Value Inn Downtown Albuquerque

  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    October 17, 2013

    close to our destination.quiet. and clean.

    parking space was very limited.

    7.5

  • Linda
      United States of America
    August 12, 2013

    I chose this hotel because it was convenient to Presbyterian Hospital. It is on the downtown side of I 25, less than a mile from the hospital. You could walk it, although that would not be a good idea later at night. It is very convenient to some good restaurants that are also on Central Avenue (the Grove, Standard Diner, Holy Cow). The room was clean, beds comfortable and the bathroom was surprisingly nicely updated. As a single woman traveling alone, I appreciated that the staff would walk me to my door when I came back from the hospital late at night.

    I really have no complaints about this hotel. It was as advertised and good value for the money. However, so people know what they're getting into, the rooms are cramped. There is no closet - just a rack for hanging clothes (although there is an iron and ironing board and a refrigerator, microwave and hairdryer too). In room 106, there were actually two TVs - a flat screen on the wall and a regular large tv on the dresser, which was the one that actually worked. Unfortunately, the tv remote volume control did not work, so it was difficult to control the volume which needed to fluctuate depending on whether the air conditioner was cycling on or off - the ac was a bit loud, but it didn't bother me. I was hoping my tv was not bothering anybody around me, as I was coming back late at night. I never heard anything from another room, until the morning that I left, when the man in the room next to me was playing some loud music and singing to it, I think, in his bathroom. I could hear every word when I was in my bathroom, as if he were in my room with me. I did have some trouble with the shower hardware coming off in my hand, as well as a towel rack. I mentioned it to the staff and the shower handle was fixed. The towel rack was simply put back on the support and it came off again the next morning.

    6.7

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