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Crossland Economy Studios Albuquerque Northeast vs Nativo Lodge

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Crossland Economy Studios Albuquerque Northeast vs Nativo Lodge



Crossland Economy Studios Albuquerque Northeast
Nativo Lodge

 

Crossland Economy Studios Albuquerque Northeast

Nativo Lodge

Address 5020 Ellison Street NE
Albuquerque
6000 Pan American Fwy NE
Albuquerque
Phone 505-343-1100 1-505-7984300
Class 2 star 3 star
Price From $34.99 to $34.99 From $94.67 to $189.33
Floors 3 floors 5 floors
Rooms 129 rooms 145 rooms
Amenities Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Wheelchair accessible
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Efficiencies
First Class Hotel
All Suites
Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Room service
Fitness center
Swimming pool
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
First Class Hotel


  1. Crossland Economy Studios Albuquerque Northeast
  2. Nativo Lodge
Crossland Economy Studios Albuquerque Northeast

Crossland Economy Studios Albuquerque-Northeast is designed specifically for people who need more than just a room while away from home. The oversized studio suites feature a kitchen that allows you to prepare meals at your convenience. As a guest of Crossland, you receive free local phone calls, voice-mail, and a phone with a computer dataport. Guests also have access to a 24-hour, coin-operated laundry facility. Weekly housekeeping ensures that you have fresh linens throughout your stay. Pet Policy- One pet per room is allowed. A 25 USD cleaning fee will be charged per night, not to exceed 150 USD. This charge will be applied at check-in.



Nativo Lodge

Nativo Lodge is located approximately two miles from Balloon Fiesta Park and nine miles from Albuquerque International Sunport and Old Town. This location is also eight miles from Albuquerque Museum, 25 miles from the Sandia Peak ski area, and 55 miles from Santa Fe. Hotel amenities include the exercise room, indoor/outdoor heated pool, whirlpool, sauna, Spirit Wind's Cafe (with Native American cuisine and seasonal Southwestern specialties), and Lobby Lounge. Room service is available. The lodge is decorated in a Navajo style and 10 12-foot hand-carved wood sculptures line the entryway, with a 21-foot bronze sculpture at the entrance. Large museum-quality Navajo rugs adorn the Nativo Lodge's five-story atrium. All newly renovated rooms feature upgraded mattresses, dual-line telephones, complimentary WiFi, work desks, easy chair, voicemail, coffeemakers, irons and ironing boards, hairdryers, Aveda amenities, separate vanity, gourmet coffee and coffee maker, free weekday newspapers, and in-room movies. Nativo Lodge is a Pet Friendly hotel. Dogs only are accommodated. The pet fee is a 50.00 bi-weekly charge and non-refundable.



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