Albuquerque is the biggest city in the state of New Mexico. Surrounded by an incredibly beautiful landscape, Albuquerque is known for its historic Old Town, being first founded as a Spanish colony, and the ultra-modern downtown.In addition, visitors can explore heritage-filled adobe buildings and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. There are many refined boutique hotels to enjoy to go with the vibrant city.Table of contentsThe Best Boutique Hotels in AlbuquerqueBottger Mansion of Old TownHotel Albuquerque at Old TownHotel AndaluzHotel ChacoHotel Parq CentralIsleta Resort and CasinoLos Poblanos Historic InnNativo LodgePainted Lady Bed & BrewSandia Resort and CasinoFinal ThoughtsTable of ContentsThe Best Boutique Hotels in AlbuquerqueBottger Mansion of Old TownHotel Albuquerque at Old TownHotel AndaluzHotel ChacoHotel Parq CentralIsleta Resort and CasinoLos Poblanos Historic InnNativo LodgePainted Lady Bed & BrewSandia Resort and CasinoFinal ThoughtsThe Best Boutique Hotels in AlbuquerqueBottger Mansion of Old TownImage Credit: Bottger Mansion of Old TownPrice: From $130Those seeking a more intimate lodging experience without moving away from Albuquerque’s Old Town Historic District should opt for Bottger Mansion. First built in the American Foursquare style in 1912, the mansion was a beacon of modernity and innovation.Bottger Mansion offers a rare accommodation choice in the area, and it is one of the historic houses that is still preserved almost exactly as it was when built, especially on the outside. The beautiful rooms at the Bottger Mansion have boutique amenities like microfiber robes, a TV with Roku access, soft linens, and complimentary Wi-Fi.Guests are also treated to complimentary cookies and beverages. The mansion is only steps away from the best eateries, museums, and shops in Old Town, giving guests easy access to the best Albuquerque has to offer.Hotel Albuquerque at Old TownImage Credit: Hotel Albuquerque at Old TownPrice: From $224Located in the trendy Sawmill District, only steps away from Sawmill Market, the Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town offers an amazing boutique experience right in the heart of the Old Town.The hotel has a restaurant and on-site bars, along with an outdoor resort-style swimming pool, a wedding chapel, and plenty of meeting spaces for business travelers. In addition, this landmark location offers traditional guest rooms that pay tribute to New Mexico style and junior and presidential suites.Some of the rooms overlook the Sandia Mountains, and some have private balconies to better enjoy the views. The presidential suite is the most spacious option and features elegant hardwood floors, a deluxe king bed, and a corner view over the mountains. A luxurious jetted hot tub accompanies the seasonal outdoor swimming pool.Hotel AndaluzImage Credit: Hotel AndaluzPrice: From $140Hotel Andaluz was opened in Albuquerque in 1939. Originally built by Conrad Hilton, the hotel was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. It has since been fully restored to its opulent beginnings.Following a Spanish and Moroccan theme, this boutique hotel offers luxury in every detail. Hotel Andaluz has a full-service in-room dining menu. Guests of the hotel can access New Mexico Sports and Wellness for a health boost.Private parking is available for an extra nightly fee. Each guest room at the hotel features custom linens and down comforters made from Northern Canadian goose down.There are also sustainably crafted furnishings, as well as an oversized desk, Molton Brown bath amenities, and tiled showers with plenty of natural light. Guests can request a hairdryer, coffee maker, and ironing board.Hotel ChacoImage Credit: Hotel ChacoPrice: From $278The luxurious Hotel Chaco can be found in the Historic Old Town of Albuquerque. This unique boutique hotel is full of distinctive features that ensure guests will have an unforgettable stay.Helmed by architecture firm Gensler, the design of the hotel is local-inspired and fully authentic, with the art of Native American New Mexican creators adorning the space. The elegant exterior seamlessly blends in with the surroundings, including a masonry façade and wooden details.Some of the architectural elements are inspired by Chaco Canyon and traditional New Mexico pueblos. If guests are fascinated by a particular artwork, they can purchase it from the first floor Gallery Hózhó.Accommodation options at Hotel Chaco include classic king or queen guest rooms, along with the deluxe king suite, the presidential suite, and the terrace suite.Hotel Parq CentralImage Credit: Hotel Parq CentralPrice: From $160The historic Hotel Parq Central is full of Albuquerque charm. It is one of the most consistently top-rated hotels in the area for its excellent features. It offers gourmet breakfast, shuttle service, and complimentary parking.Business travelers can make use of 3 state-of-the-art meeting spaces. There is a 24-hour front desk ready to help with every guest’s needs. The on-site fitness room has everything guests could need, from an elliptical to a stationary bike. In addition, there is an outdoor hot tub for guests to relax in and an outdoor garden patio.The Apothecary rooftop lounge serves exquisite drinks to go with the stunning views. This boutique hotel can be found only 1 mile from downtown Albuquerque and was originally built in 1926. Following an in-depth restoration in 2010, the hotel now offers luxurious guest rooms and suites, as well as 3 private cottages.Isleta Resort and CasinoImage Credit: Isleta Resort and CasinoPrice: From $139The luxurious Isleta Resort and Casino offers guests an unforgettable American Southwest experience. Found in a spectacularly-designed building, the resort is a majestic part of the surrounding desert landscape.Old-world hospitality and modern comforts come together at the Isleta, with amazing views and wonderful geological locations to visit only steps away from the hotel. The resort features a world-class pool and complimentary transportation to the Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ) and to the New Mexico Railrunner Isleta Pueblo stop.Front desk and concierge services are available 24/7. There is an on-site spa, as well as an indoor pool and a hot tub. The golf course on the premises has 27 holes. There are 7 dining locations across the resort to suit the tastes of every guest. The opulent guest rooms and suites include a safe and safety deposit box.Los Poblanos Historic InnImage Credit: Los Poblanos Historic InnPrice: From $307Doubling as an organic farm, Los Poblanos Historic Inn can be found on the outskirts of Albuquerque, on lands that belonged to the Ancient Pueblo Indians back in the 14th century. Surrounded by striking desert sights and following an eco-friendly field-to-fork philosophy, Los Poblanos offers guests an unforgettable private retreat with a fully authentic New Mexico experience.With rooms overlooking the beautiful lavender fields and featuring architectural accents from the 1930s, the Inn provides an amazing getaway just outside the city.Each room has sumptuous organic bedding, signature lavender spa amenities, and sun-filled airy spaces. The accommodation options are split into 3 categories of guest rooms and suites: Meem, Farm, and Field. Each of them brings a different layer of charm and relaxation.The hotel offers complimentary s’mores kits, shuttle service, and classes in the on-site Wellness Yurt.Nativo LodgeImage Credit: Nativo LodgePrice: From $110Native American artists painted the amazing murals that Nativo Lodge is known for. The space pays tribute to New Mexico’s history while offering a luxurious stay to visitors. This art-filled location can be accessed just off Interstate 25, a short drive away from Old Town Albuquerque.This peaceful boutique experience has contemporary design accents along with further Native American elements. All guest rooms and suites at Nativo Lodge include a balcony, a coffee maker, complimentary Wi-Fi, and soft linens. There are traditional or mountain guest rooms along with a junior and presidential suite.The junior suite has a comfortable dedicated workspace and beautiful views. The presidential suite has a spacious separate living area and a fully-equipped kitchenette for extra convenience. The Lodge also has a swimming pool for guests to enjoy.Painted Lady Bed & BrewImage Credit: Painted Lady Bed & BrewPrice: From $166Presumed to have been originally built in 1881, the location of the Painted Lady Bed & Brew is full of mystery and history. It once operated as a brothel and saloon and has since been reconverted into a fun twist on the boutique hotel concept.This is the first bed & brew boutique hotel in the state and has been attracting visitors from all around the world. Guests can enjoy locally-made craft beer every evening. Found in downtown Albuquerque, only a mile away from the historic Old Town, this location is designed to bring locals and visitors together over a fine glass of beer.The suites feature luxurious amenities like a private patio, free parking, flat-screen TV, full kitchen, coffee maker, hairdryer, fire pit access perfect for lounging, and a pull-out sofa to accommodate any extra guests. Hoppy Hour is included for every person staying at the Painted Lady. Both suites are suitable for pets.Sandia Resort and CasinoImage Credit: Sandia Resort and CasinoPrice: From $269The ultra-luxurious Sandia Resort and Casino is an amazing getaway for visitors to Albuquerque. Every space celebrates the rich heritage of the pueblo, with photographs and artworks depicting this history.The stunning Southwestern design throughout the property is enhanced by numerous modern comforts and a top-tier standard of service. Guests will be spellbound from the very second they walk through the port-cochère entry to take in the sight of the grand lobby.The breathtaking views over the Sandia Mountains can be enjoyed from everywhere around the resort. Accommodation options at the Sandia include deluxe king, 1- or 2-bedroom suites, and the sprawling Super Suite.The resort boasts amazing personalized concierge services, a 24-hour front desk, a huge casino, fitness center, world-class spa and salon, and a seasonal outdoor pool. Cabana rentals are available poolside.Final ThoughtsThere are several museums to discover and numerous shops selling Native American art and handcrafted items in Albuquerque. The San Felipe de Neri church is one of the fascinating sights around town.Albuquerque also offers visitors amazing eating, drinking, and shopping opportunities, while the majestic Sandia Mountains to the east have plenty of adventures in store.