Sleep Inn Airport
2300 International Ave SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Phone: (505) 244-3325
Fax: (505) 244-3312
This community center is the headquarters for the therapeutic recreation division of the City of Albuquerque Parks and Recreation Department. There are a number of activities being held on any given day, such as the adult social programs and aerobics classes, an adventure club, art programs and teen programs and dances. A schedule of monthly activities can be obtained by calling the center. Prices vary per activity, call for a current list of activities and a rate schedule.
Albuquerque Sports Stadium was a baseball stadium that was built in 1969 and had a capacity of 10,510 people. The stadium was located at the northeast corner of University Boulevard and Avenida Cesar Chavez.
University Stadium is an outdoor football stadium located on the south campus of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. It opened on 17th September 1960 and has a seating capacity of over 38,000.
Laru Ni Hati serves a distinctly unusual dual function: hair salon meets Cuban cafe. Men and women can have their hair cut or colored in what has been voted "Best Salon" by all the prominent local publications. Within the same funky walls you can enjoy ales, ports and hand rolled cigars while utilizing the wireless internet, browsing the selection of postcards for sale or catching the live bands that occasionally play in the evening. The peckish can graze on Tostones and Platanos (plantains prepared in savory and sweet styles respectively), Planchas (toasted sandwiches) or Moros y Cristianos (black beans and rice). The Cafe offers the decidedly un-Cuban option of preparing any menu item as a vegan dish upon request.
Offering the state's only transplant services for heart and lung patients, Presbyterian stays on the leading edge of transplant technique and technology. The OB GYN ward is nationally ranked and its newborn and pediatrics care departments are top rated. Other special services include: Women's Healthcare Center, Eye Center, Joint Replacement Center, Orthopedics, Diagnostic and Therapuetic Cancer Service, Diabetes Education Center.
Emergency room, trauma center, helicopter transport, leading cancer and research center. Teaching hospital for UNM School of Medicine. Limited parking adjacent to hospital, more parking and shuttles in all UNM lots. The visitor information available on their website is really helpful. Patients have a lot of facilities so as to make their stay here comfortable as well as their recovery speedy enough.
Housed inside the University of New Mexico, the UNM Continuing Education Conference Center boasts a plush auditorium that seats 650 people and a well-designed stage and seating area. Breakout rooms can be used for lunch breaks or to host a nice party at the end of the event to celebrate. Multimedia connectivity, computer labs, video conferencing, audio visual equipment and parking are some amenities offered at this ever green venue. Check website for more details.
Located a little away from the University of New Mexico, Duke City Sound is an intimate performance and rehearsal space for musicians. Besides this, the venue also offers expert audio-visual services for events. The fact that it is also a fully equipped recording studio means that the space benefits from the excellent acoustics that venues of such scale usually lack. Established at the start of 2015, the space is already attracting a lot of local attention, and is perfect for intimate jam sessions with a select group of fans. Call for more information.
Salón Ortega is a banquet facility in the National Hispanic Cultural Center, located within the History and Literary Arts building. It's perfectly suitable for buffets, receptions, lectures and parties. During spring and summer months, the room can be extended to the central courtyard as well. Wooden-columned ceiling and wooden floor with chandeliers make the space spectacularly different from the other venues in the Center.
National Hispanic Cultural Center offers this huge outdoor events venue that has a capacity of 2,000 people. This is an open air space like an amphitheater or a mini stadium, suitable for the presentation of concerts, festivals and fairs. The Plaza Mayor is a popular venue for celebrations and events throughout Albuquerque. Although not as swanky and high-tech as the other venues of the center, this place holds a charm of its own
Founded in 1902, Lovelace Medical Center Downtown is the city's first major hospital. The hospital prides itself on combining modern medical care with old-fashioned bedside manner. Specialties include: neurology, neurosurgery, orthopedics, ophthalmology, cardiology, cardiovascular services and oncology.
Highland is one of several pools managed by the City of Albuquerque. Attached to public high schools, their access hours are shared between students and the general public. Admission is cheap, and the pool—which measures 25 yards by 25 meters and is equipped with two diving boards—is attractive and well maintained, although the locker rooms and showers are pretty basic. In warm weather, the sides of the building are opened, so you can lounge in the sun and paddle in the small outdoor pool. Highland is popular with local families, especially in summer, so serious swimmers will want to be sure to verify lap swim hours. – Pip Lustgarten