Free Wi-Fi and free breakfast make the pet-friendly Econo Lodge East a great place to relax while seeing the sights in Albuquerque. This three-story adobe-style hotel has 60 rooms, each with free Wi-Fi, a work desk and complimentary local calls. Additional amenities in some rooms include a microwave or refrigerator and coffee maker. Enjoy all the comforts of home with a free continental breakfast and complimentary coffee all day in the lobby. Punch the clock in the business center and send faxes or make copies when you need to. Pets are welcome for an added fee. Just off I-40 east of downtown Albuquerque, the Econo Lodge is located on historic Route 66 in the foothills of the Sandia Mountains. You're across from the Four Hills Village Shopping Center and two miles from the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History or the Hinkle Family Fun Center. The University of New Mexico is seven miles from the hotel. Head 15 minutes east to explore the Tijeras Pueblo Archaeological Site or to take a scenic drive along the Turquoise Trail. Old Town Albuquerque, with its historic adobe charms, boutiques and museums including the Explora children's museum, is 20 minutes west. Albuquerque International Sunport is nine miles west. Wallet-friendly rates score you money-saving extras and a scenic location near the mountains at the Econo Lodge East.
Located off I-40 at Exit 167 just behind the Waffle House Restaurant.
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