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Choose the Days Inn and Suites Albuquerque North near Interstate 25 and less than 15 minutes from Albuquerque International Sunport. This location is convenient to Balloon Fiesta Park, Sandia Casino, Cliffs Amusement Park, the Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum, Albuquerque Bio Park,Gravity Park Trampoline Arena and Cabela's. Nearby restaurants include P. F. Changs, Outback Steakhouse and many more. Guests enjoy complimentary Daybreak continental breakfast, complimentary wireless Internet access and complimentary parking for cars and large vehicles alike. There is a fitn...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Not a Happy Camper
Reviewed 4 january, 2022
Need to turn handle different ways to get Hot Water and it took 10 minutes for it come out just warm. Staff was short and not willing to help. Have been a customer for years and not happy with the service.
Reviewed 20 december, 2021
I did not notice right away but there was a used needle in my room there was also the phone broken so that did not work I was unable to check in until after regular check-in the internet was spotty and hard to connect
Stay ANTWHERE else
Reviewed 13 december, 2021
The staff was just short of rude. I am disabled and walk with a cane, when I checked in I pointed this out and requested a first floor room. The young man barked back, "I can promise you nothing!" I was a little surprised and simply reminded him of my disability. I was given a second floor room. The elevator was located at the far end of the building and since there was no assistance to be had with my luggage I found the luggage cart and dragged it myself to the parking lot (I usually tip quite well for assistance in these matters) to load up. This required a disabled person to drag a luggage cart the entire length of the building twice after loading it up to get to the elevator. My room could not have been further from the elevator if they actually went out and measured the distance. I was faced with endangering myself by using the stairs or walking the distance of some 20+ rooms and two or three suites TWICE to get to my room. There was only one handicapped spot near the elevator and it was always full, usually by a vehicle without a handicapped license plate or placard. The first day I stayed I came back and after parking where I could get a spot and hiking the length of the building twice to get to my room, I found my key had been deactivated. I had to repeat the process to get down to the office. Needless to say I was ready to collapse by the time I made it to the lobby and made to stand in line (someone got me a chair) to be told it was no big deal. I stated, somewhat unkindly, that it was to me and what I had to go through to fix their error. Finally, I stayed 6 nights and repeatedly requested maid service which NEVER occurred.
Somewhere between a Motel 6 and a KOA
Reviewed 7 december, 2021
This hotel is barely a 2-star. It looks grungy from the outside and it only has the bare essentials. The beds were OK, rooms were small and clean..maybe? I mean,... how do you know for sure. I sprayed the entire place with Lysol so I felt better. The door didn't close very well, and we were on the first floor with a door to the outside, so that made me a little nervous. But a well placed chair on the door took care of that. This didn't seem like a great part of town, but at least there was a Whataburger fairly close! There was no pot in the coffee maker in the room and when I went to the lobby to get one, he said they didn't have any extras. (Not sure I wouldn't have used it anyway). BUT, the price was about $77 so I guess you get what you pay for. I wouldn't recommend this place to a friend.
Decent place, decent price
Reviewed 29 november, 2021
Decent place, decent price, I like the location as well, the lie of masks as being effective should be properly investigated and called out for the lie it is… company like yours should not peddle government propaganda