Walk to everything in Old Town—restaurants, galleries, museums, shops. Best breakfast in Albuquerque served in the sunny dining room or outside. Free parking and WiFi. Easy drive to many attractions, zoo, Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Route 66, Sandia tramway. Day trips to Santa Fe, Very Large Array, wildlife refuge and others in any direction from our central location.
comfortable room on the main floor with king bed, original pressed tin ceiling, hardwood floor, private bathroom with shower, historic Route 66 photos and memorabilia. The sunny private sitting room overlooks the front yard, with a sofa perfect for reading, working or snoozing.
Nightly Rate: $149-$179
second floor room with romantic queen canopy bed. Private bath with clawfoot tub with shower and chandelier. Front yard and Sandia Mountains views.
Nightly Rate: $139-$169
sunny second floor room with queen four-poster bed, front yard and sunset views. Individually controlled heat and A/C.
Nightly Rate: $109-$129
second floor room with queen brass bed, private bath with shower, view of Old Town and San Felipe de Neri Church. New heat and A/C unit, temperature controlled as you wish.
Nightly Rate: $109-$129
Cozy second floor room with two twin beds, private bathroom with claw-foot tub with shower, best view in the house. Perfect for a single person or two friends traveling together.
Nightly Rate: $99-$115
main floor room with marble floors, large bath with Jacuzzi tub with shower. Guests claim this the most comfortable bed they've ever slept in.
Nightly Rate: $149-$179
large main floor room has a king bed plus an extra twin bed--can be made into 3 twin beds. Quietest room in the house with pressed tin ceiling, hardwood floor, and original mural painted by a Bottger grandson in the 1930's.
Nightly Rate: $139-$169
4.0 on August 11, 2014
Great location, delicious breakfasts, loved reading the journals in each room.
5 on June 25, 2014
Steve and Kathy were wonderful hosts. We had a great time. The breakfast was delicious. Our room was clean, comfortable, and beautiful We had a great view of the mountains. I would definitely recommend this to family and friends!
5 on February 17, 2014
We very much enjoyed our recent stay at the Bottger Mansion; it was the perfect jumping-off point for exploring the many sights and shops in Old Town Albuquerque. Steve and Kathy were wonderful hosts; very cordial and helpful with information about shops and restaurants. Our accommodations were very nice; just as we had expected from the web site.
5 on October 04, 2013
My wife and I had an outstanding visit with the Hiatt's at Bottger Mansion, and will happily go well out of our way to stay there any time we're out in that direction. Amazing hospitality, wonderful food, and the most involved and fun-to-talk-to owners you could ever image. Can't think of a single thing we would have changed about the stay. The house is beautiful, rooms are comfortable, and the location is amazing; right inside Old Town within easy walking distance of the entire area. Parking is a breeze as well. I'd give these folks more stars if I could; this is the perfect place to stay.
5 on August 19, 2013
GREAT Accomadations, Hosts, Food and Location!!
5 on July 06, 2013
This was a wonderful B&B to stay in - worth every penny! Great location, food and people. I would definitely go back
4.2 on February 23, 2013
I was very pleased to find myself nestled in the corner of Old Town Albuquerque. The owners were very helpful and accomidating. We found plenty to explore in walking distance from the guidance of our hosts. I will not hesitate to visit the B & B again soon.
5 on December 26, 2012
Found this lovely B&B while looking online. Wanted someplace out of the usual to spend our anniversary. We were not disappointed. The mansion is historic and well maintained. The hosts, Steve and Kathi, were a delight and shared insights into places to see and restaurant suggestions. The breakfast was delicious and the amenities were excellent. We hope to spend more time there in the future as my husband's job permits! Thanks for a wonderful time!
4.4 on December 06, 2012
Recently stopped in Albuquerque on a cross country road trip. Steve and Kathy were incredibly welcoming and helpful. Also, the location is unsurpassed. Parking was easy and everything was within walking distance. The pancakes in the morning were also crazy good.
4.6 on October 26, 2012
We stayed in the Bernard Shandon Rodey room. The room is small, but then we knew it would be. Could use a second luggage rack, though. And the toilet needed plunging a couple of times, but it is an old house with old pipes so that didn't bother me. When I called to make reservations and learned that parking was across the street in the municipal lot in reserved spaces, I was a little concerned for the safety of our vehicle (needn't have worried - well-lit, safe part of town) and how far we would have to schlep our luggage, but that needn't have worried me either. The reserved spaces are at the edge of the parking lot closest to the Bottger Mansion and the street is a very narrow one so it is a very short distance. Our stay was very pleasant. Steve and Kathy are gracious innkeepers who know their town and surrounding areas very well. The two breakfasts I had were delicious: pumpkin pancakes one morning and a green chili quiche the second morning. My husband and I both enjoyed the cookies that were available for guests to munch on in the evening. We appreciated that a breakfast-on-the-go was prepared for my husband who had to leave early - a bag with his name on it was in the Guest Refrigerator waiting for him to pick up. I took advantage of the free wi-fi and had no trouble connecting. I luxuriated in sitting in the East Courtyard with my book and my knitting. Very, very pleasant.
Airport, City, Downtown, Mountains, Village
Albuquerque, NM (ABQ) 6 miles
From the Albuquerque airport, take I-25 North, then I-40 west to the Rio Grande Blvd. exit (157A) and turn south (left) onto Rio Grande Blvd. The third stoplight will be the intersection of Rio Grande, Mountain and Romero. Bear slightly left onto Romero Street, go until Romero ends. Turn left onto South Plaza Street. After one block, turn right onto San Felipe Street. The Mansion will be one block away on your left, and the parking lot will be on your right.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Urban Inn, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Computer, Copier, Library
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, In-room internet, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, New Mexico's 3 largest museums - 2 blocks away, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails
Full 2-course gourmet breakfast
Restrictive , Vegetarian
This delightful skillet-baked pancake is made with fresh apples, pecans and cranberries and served with maple syrup. All entrees are accompanied by fresh fruit and yogurt, sausage or bacon, coffee, tea, and fresh juice.
LOVERS' SPECIAL Simply choose this package when you make your room reservation and bring your sweetheart--we’ll take care of all the details. This special package includes: * a night at the Bottger Mansion in the room of your choice * a beautiful bouquet of roses * a keepsake “do not disturb sign” to take home * a special Chef’s Tasting Dinner for two at High Noon Restaurant in Old Town--four fabulous courses, each paired with a New Mexico wine chosen by their Executive Chef $239-269 plus tax depending on room chosen (48-hour advance reservation required; must be 21 and over)
"SPICE UP YOUR LOVE LIFE" ROMANCE PACKAGE Add a little zing to your night! Indulge your senses with fragrant, gorgeous roses and the taste of decadent locally-made truffles. With truffle names like “Love Potion,” “Hottie,” and “Hang Loose,” you can’t go wrong! * a dozen gorgeous roses in a vase * 6 chocolate truffles locally made by Cocopotamus * keepsake “do not disturb” sign. $55.00 plus tax (does not include room) 24-hour advance notice requested
HOT AIR BALLOON RIDE PACKAGE Albuquerque is the hot air ballooning capital of the world! Take a hot air balloon ride for the adventure of a lifetime. Our balloon package includes: * two nights at the Bottger Mansion of Old Town * hot air balloon ride for two with Rainbow Ryders * free pick-up/drop-off shuttle to the launch site * continental breakfast before leaving for your flight * a lovely keepsake balloon ornament $315-395 per person depending on room chosen, based on double occupancy, includes tax Minimum two-night stay. This package is offered daily, depending upon availability. Package rate is based on double occupancy. Restrictions may apply, rates subject to change. 14-day cancellation policy applies. This package may not be available October 5-13, 2013. If you would like to take a balloon ride during the International Balloon Fiesta, please call us and we will be happy to assist you.
ROUTE 66 PACKAGE Albuquerque has the longest stretch of historic Route 66 sites anywhere in the country. This special package includes: * two nights at the Bottger Mansion in the room of your choice (of course, we suggest the Route 66 Room) * tickets for two people on the ABQ Trolley, an 85-minute tour covering the highlights of the Mother Road in Albuquerque (April through October, Tues-Sun, based on availability) * a copy of "Route 66 in New Mexico" by Joe Sonderman * $25 gift card for the 66 Diner $375 - $520, including tax, depending on room chosen (48-hour advance reservation required; based on double occupancy)