We used to rent a room here at least 4 times a year for my kids birthdays. We have 5 kids so we liked the pool side rooms. The old management was friendly and never had a problem with us using the kitchen area in the front. There were a few shady characters here and there but for being right off the I 40 in Albuquerque, you can expect that somewhat. This time we stayed Jan. 3 2015 was just awful! The breakfast is never any good, just waffles, coffee oj and toast. But this time they did...view moren't even have the batter dispenser. The guy at the desk, which was there since the previous afternoon had to make the batter in a pitcher without a lid! Gross and totally disgusting to think that anyone could just cough or sneeze into it and that's your breakfast! The kitchen was completely filthy with batter all over the counter, no cups for coffee or juice in sight and the bread for toast didn't even have tongs! My son couldn't grab it without touching the other slices because of the way the display tilts. Plus there was no OJ only apple juice. I got only 1 cup of coffee went back for a second cup and there wasn't any more and it was only 7:30 am. The entire night was AWFUL. We didn't get any sleep whatsoever! My 6 year old slept the entire next day because the neighboring room was slamming the door all night! Obvious drug dealing and possible prostitution going on next door to our room and my sister and her husbunds room! Called to the front desk but not any help. I can't even believe that APD isn't monitoring this place for this kind of stuff. I will NEVER EVER EVER stay at this place again! The clerk at check in was boasting about new management and being upgraded??? The only upgrades I saw was new comforters super thin by the way, and 1 tv upgraded to a flat screen. There is NOTHING GOOD ABOUT THIS MOTEL! Especially for the price! You can get a much nicer room anywhere else for less. You figure it will be nice since its $80 a night. I am more than disappointed. Don't stay here unless you're into drug dealing and prostitution.view lessShare Review
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- General Info:
- The Albuquerque, NM Econo Lodge West - Coors Blvd hotel is off Interstate 40, minutes from Old Town Albuquerque, Albuquerque Aquarium, Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, Albuquerque International Sunport airport, Albuquerque Convention Center, University of New Mexico, Kirtland Air Force Base and Rio Grande Zoo. Movie theaters, museums, an indoor water slide and several shopping centers are in the area. Several restaurants and cocktail lounges are nearby. Free amenities include continental breakfast, local calls, coffee, high-speed Internet access and indoor pool. Corporate travelers can access our fax machine. Rooms have cable television, irons and boards. Some have whirlpools. Non-smoking available. Pet-friendly hotel.Whether traveling for business or pleasure, Econo Lodge West-Coors Blvd provides guests with a convenient location, affordable rates and great service in the Albuquerque area.
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- visa, amex, diners club, discover, master card, debit, all major credit cards, carte blanche
- With a stay at Econo Lodge West - Coors Blvd, you'll be centrally located in Albuquerque, convenient to ABQ BioPark Aquarium and Old Town Plaza. This motel is within close proximity of ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden and Turquoise Museum.
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Parking: Lot, Valet
Price Range : Below Average
Swimming Pool: Indoor
Check-In Time: 2 PM
Check-Out Time: noon
Property Amenities: Free breakfast, Newspapers in lobby (surcharge), Safe-deposit box at front desk, Spa tub, Laundry facilities
Room Amenities: Daily housekeeping, Iron/ironing board, Phone, Free local calls, Air conditioning, Satellite TV service, Coffee/tea maker, Balcony
I stayed at this hotel for three days and it was the worst experience of my life!!!! Someone obviously had a key card and walked in on me in the middle of the day as i was working on my computer. When I went to dinner someone entered my locked and supposedly secure room and stole my brand new laptop. The management and the national help line for this organization have totally refused to do anything about it. The Policeman that was called to investigate, told me that in the past former...view more employess had been staying in the rooms without permission. How did they get pass keys, or the person who stole my laptop get his pass key???? Upon his investigation of his employees at the loss of my computers, the manager sent me an email and told me that none of them had done it. Am i crazy or is it stupid of me to think that a thief would own up to it??? I stongly advise you not to stay here if you want any security for your family or valuables. Thanks for the wonderful hospitality while visiting albuquerque!!!view lessProvided by Citysearch