Los Poblanos Inn, 4803 Rio Grande Blvd NW, ☎ +1 505 344-9297 ( email protected , fax: +1 505 342-1302), 65 Located in the Village of Los Ranchos de Albuquerque (7 mi/11 km from downtown Albuquerque), the inn and 25 acre grounds are beautiful, set near the Rio Grande bosque with conference and meeting facilities available. Albuquerque Marriott, 2101 Louisiana Blvd NE (in the Uptown area, at Louisiana/I-40), ☎ +1 505 881-6800 (fax: +1 505 888-2982), 41 Highrise hotel located in the Uptown shopping area off I-40. Albuquerque has a fine bus depot at the Alvarado Transportation Center in downtown, 320 First St SW, which is served by Greyhound +1 505 243-4435, 75 and Autobuses Americanos 76 which provides bus service to many points in Mexico. A commuter rail line, the New Mexico Rail Runner Express 73 , connects Albuquerque to Santa Fe and to the smaller communities north and south along the Rio Grande, including Belen , Los Lunas , and Bernalillo There are three stations: the Alvarado Transportation Center in Downtown, one in the South Valley on Rio Bravo Blvd, and one in the North Valley/Los Ranchos area just off of Paseo del Norte.
A commuter rail line, the New Mexico Rail Runner Express , connects Albuquerque to Santa Fe and to the smaller communities north and south along the Rio Grande, including Belen , Los Lunas , and Bernalillo The main station is at the Alvarado Transportation Center in Downtown, which has regular bus connections along Central Avenue and to the airport. Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town, 800 Rio Grande Blvd NW (just north of Old Town), ☎ +1 505 843-6300 (fax: +1 505 842-8426), 54 checkin: 3PM; checkout: 12PM. Active Imagination, 11200 Montgomery Blvd NE (SE corner of the intersection of Montgomery and Juan Tabo), +1 505 346-2232, 154 Formerly Wargames West on Central, this store has a long history in Albuquerque.
Journal Pavilion, 5601 University Blvd SE, +1 505 452-5100, 117 Located in south Albuquerque, this is the city’s primary concert venue. The Double Eagle II airport located on Paseo del Volcan on Albuquerque’s west side provides services for smaller, personal aircraft. Public buses connect directly to the city center or transfer to the Rail Runner train, which serves downtown Albuquerque and nearby destinations, like Santa Fe. Taxis and frequent shuttle services are also available.
New Mexico Gas Company provides natural gas services to more than 500,000 customers in the state, including the Albuquerque metro area. Paseo del Norte : (aka; New Mexico State Highway 423): This 6-lane controlled-access highway is approximately five miles north of Interstate 40. It runs as a surface road with at-grade intersections from Tramway Blvd (at the base of the Sandia Mountains) to Interstate 25, after which it continues as a controlled-access freeway through Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, over the Rio Grande to North Coors Boulevard. Kirtland Air Force Base, Sandia National Laboratories, Sandia Science & Technology Park, Albuquerque International Sunport , Eclipse Aerospace , American Society of Radiologic Technologists , Central New Mexico Community College, Albuquerque Veloport, University Stadium , Isotopes Park , The Pit , Mesa del Sol , The Pavilion , Albuquerque Studios, Isleta Resort & Casino, the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, New Mexico Veterans’ Memorial, and Talin Market are all in the Southeast quadrant.