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Top 4 Albuquerque Hotels For Business Travelers


Albuquerque is home to the largest business center in New Mexico, so it welcomes many professionals every year. Consider these top hotels when you're next conducting business in the southwest.

1.     Marriott Albuquerque Pyramid North

The Marriott Albuquerque Pyramid North is perfectly located for business travelers in the Journal Center business park. It's a little farther from downtown Albuquerque, but this helps your dollar go further.
The on-site business center has everything professionals need including audio-visual equipment, fax and photocopying machines, and administrative services. It also boasts 18 meeting rooms, including a massive ballroom which seats 1,800 people for conferences or conventions. You'll need to pay for the Internet in your room, but you can get connected for free in the atrium lounge.
Look for affordable deals on the Marriott Albuquerque Pyramid North at Hipmunk.com.

2.    Hotel Andaluz

It might be difficult to keep your mind on the job at hand when you stay at the luxurious Hotel Andaluz, but it's a great choice for business travelers who enjoy the finer things in life. Just a block from the Albuquerque Convention Center, this well-positioned hotel screams style.
As you'd expect with a four-star hotel, the employees will go out of their way to assist you, whether you need to organize a meeting or convention or simply make use of the hotel's business services.
If you prefer to work in the comfort of your luxury suite, that's no trouble either. Each one has oversized desks for plenty of paperwork and ample desktop outlets for your devices. You're always available for a video chat with complimentary high-speed WiFi and wired Ethernet in all suites and public spaces.

3.    Hyatt Regency Albuquerque

Oyster.com named the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque is the best business hotel in Albuquerque, and it's certainly a worthy contender. This three-star hotel is conveniently located in downtown Albuquerque, a three-minute walk from the city's busy convention center.
The Hyatt Regency Albuquerque offers free WiFi in all guest rooms, but if you prefer, you can get connected in the 24-hour business center. This well-appointed space features an on-site computer with popular business software, fax, copy, and printing services, postal facilities, and helpful multilingual staff.
Whether you're hosting an intimate meeting or large conference, you can make use of more than 30,000 square feet of recently renovated functional space. The Hyatt's event staff can also take care of the details so that you can focus on your work.

4.    DoubleTree By Hilton Albuquerque

The Hyatt Regency might have come close, but the DoubleTree by Hilton Albuquerque's premium location sees it claiming the top spot. This friendly hotel is actually the closest to the Albuquerque Convention Center. An underground corridor connects the center to the hotel, so newcomers to town won't get lost.
There's complimentary WiFi in all guest rooms and public areas, including the well-appointed business center. The remote printing service allows you to print from the comfort of your room and collect your documents from the business center.
The DoubleTree's flexible event center can comfortably seat up to 300 guests. Dedicated event planners and Meetings Simplified bundles help make business functions affordable and stress-free.
These well-appointed Albuquerque hotels offer everything that business travelers need.

Author Bio:

Lauren Katulka has relaxed on the beaches of Fiji, been dazzled by the bright lights of New York City, and sipped shiraz in the Barossa Valley. A keen travel writer and foodie, she looks forward to where her sense of adventure, inspiration, and stomach will take her next.

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