A charming bed and breakfast in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Start your New Mexico adventure at the Bottger Mansion of Old Town, a historic bed and breakfast in Albuquerque, NM, right in the heart of Old Town.
An ideal alternative to larger Old Town Albuquerque hotels, our inn is your home base for an amazing variety of activities, from hot air ballooning to mountain biking and skiing, sampling regional cuisine, or experiencing the arts and entertainment of the local cultures, as well as shopping for items unique to New Mexico. Our romantic Albuquerque hotel at Old Town features easy access to any area destination, comfortable accommodations, and modern amenities.
The innkeepers have an extraordinary amount of local knowledge on Albuquerque and the surrounding area and can provide many suggestions for restaurants, outdoor activities, sightseeing, entertainment, tours and attractions. Whether you’re a visitor to New Mexico for the first time or the twelfth, or you’re planning a romantic getaway, let us help you plan the perfect stay.
This Albuquerque bed and breakfast in Old Town features seven guest rooms, all with amenities such as private bathrooms, free WiFi, air conditioning, microfiber robes, cable TV, comfortable linens, and complimentary snacks and beverages. The perfect room is waiting for your special occasion.
Unlike other Old Town Albuquerque hotels, guests can enjoy a two-course breakfast at the Bottger Mansion, so arrive with a healthy appetite and we’ll provide a delicious start for your day’s adventures. Wake up to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee from a local roaster. Begin breakfast with a generous serving of fresh fruit with a house-made sorbet, followed by entrees using regional ingredients, homemade scones and muffins, and wonderful house-made granola. Menus change daily, and made-to-order hot cereal is available as an option to the plated entrée. Special dietary requests can be accommodated with advance notice. Choose a small table for a more intimate breakfast, or join others for lively conversation at one of the community tables.
Albuquerque has so much to offer! Explore the Rio Grande Botanic Garden and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, the Sandia Peak Tram and museums, live performances, Route 66, the University of New Mexico, festivals, galleries and boutique shops. Albuquerque is also a great home base for easy day trips a little farther away--Santa Fe, Acoma Pueblo, the Salinas National Monument, the Turquoise Trail, Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, and the lava tubes at El Malpais near Grants.
So much to do and so little time! Bring your camera for a week and you’ll leave your heart forever.