Decor that reflects New Mexico's Native American heritage makes the Nativo Lodge a one-of-a-kind experience for guests who can also count on free Wi-Fi. The five-story Nativo Lodge welcomes guests with a dramatic lobby experience where colorful hand-carved mural panels featuring Native American symbols and figures complement river rock and pine-bundled columns that soar five stories. All 146 rooms blend New Mexico's culture in the form of Native American artwork with modern amenities like coffeemakers and Wi-Fi. The hotel's association with a non-profit group that supports the Southwest Association for American Indian Arts (SWAIA) is evident everywhere. The rooms also offer city or mountain views from private balconies and mini-fridges and microwaves are available upon request. Keep up with your workout in the fitness center. Pets are allowed for an additional fee and parking is free. The property off I-25 is a 10-minute drive from downtown Albuquerque. Within a half-mile of the hotel guests find a wide range of restaurants. Old Town Albuquerque &mdash rife with Southwestern charm plus galleries and restaurants ? is seven miles from the hotel. Albuquerque International Airport is less than 10 miles away.
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