6000 Pan American Freeway NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Reservations Toll Free: 1-855-997-8221
Conveniently located adjacent to Interstate 25 in north central Albuquerque, Nativo Lodge is an ideal location for easy access to the many attractions offered by the Duke City and the Land of Enchantment. With plenty of free parking, few Albuquerque hotel locations are as convenient to nearby attractions such as the Sandia Peak Tramway and Balloon Fiesta Park with its Anderson Abruzzo International Hot Air Balloon Museum. Easily accessible from the airport and close to the Journal Center and a number of major city businesses, the Nativo Lodge hotel is perfectly situated for your visit, whether business or pleasure.
Albuquerque International Airport - Nativo Lodge is only 10 minutes from the Albuquerque International Sunport, which sees roughly 340 flights daily on airlines including Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, Jet Blue, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines.
New Mexico Rail Runner Express - Just 5 miles away, The New Mexico Rail Runner train connects Albuquerque to Santa Fe. The trip from the Albuquerque International Sunport to the Santa Fe depot is approximately 90 minutes.
Greyhound Bus Station - 6 miles
Amtrak Train Station - 6 miles
ABQ Ride (City of Albuquerque bus system) - 0.5 miles
Driving from Albuquerque International Airport: Merge onto I-25 North via the Airport exit, toward Santa Fe. Take exit 230 toward San Mateo Blvd/Osuna Road. Merge onto Pan American Frontage Road North, 0.4 miles. Turn right onto Harper Drive, 335 feet. Take your first right onto Pan American NE.
Driving from the South: Take I-25 North to exit 230, toward San Mateo Blvd/Osuna Road. Merge onto Pan American Frontage Road North, 0.4 miles. Turn right onto Harper Drive, 335 feet. Take your first right onto Pan American NE.
Driving from the North: Take I-25 South to exit 230, toward San Mateo Blvd. Merge onto Osuna Road, 315 feet. Continue onto San Mateo Blvd NE, 0.1 mile. Turn left at Pan American Fwy NE, 56 ft. Continue onto Pan American NE. Nativo Lodge will be on the right.
Heritage Hotels & Resorts, Inc. has come to embody the culture, spirit, and tradition of New Mexico. Our mission is to tell the story of New Mexico to our guests. We are a New Mexico-based, minority-owned company offering a collection of award-winning accommodations. Heritage Hotels & Resorts, Inc. was established in 2005 to develop culturally distinct hotels and resorts. Our collection of distinctive New Mexico resorts and hotels draws from a blend of the Southwest’s Native American, Mexican, Spanish and American Western cultural and historical influences. To enter any of our properties is to enter a world of timeless design and innovative craftsmanship.
HERITAGE HOTELS & RESORTS SUPPORTING CULTURAL CAUSES
When you stay at Nativo Lodge, you make a difference in New Mexico's community. For more than a decade, supporting cultural and artistic ventures has been our priority. Our hotel in Albuquerque showcases designs, custom artwork, decor and cuisine created by our community.
Our support includes:
Community partnerships and involvement
Cultural programs and events
Various organizations, non-profit opportunities and scholarship programs in Albuquerque
Supporting cultural and artistic preservation and advancement by donating a portion of our revenue at Nativo Lodge to the Institute of American Indian Arts IAIA to support programs encouraging the artistic work of emerging urban contemporary Native American artists through our custom Artist Rooms program. Learn more about these unique contemporary Artist Rooms.
Helping visitors to interact with three outstanding contemporary Native American artists (Jacque Fragua, Lynnette Haozous and Ehren Natay) who created special works at Nativo Lodge on site for a week through the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) Rising Artist Project.
About the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA)
Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the IAIA is the only four-year degree fine arts institution in the nation devoted to contemporary Native American arts. The mission of IAIA is: “To empower creativity and leadership in Native Arts and cultures through higher education, lifelong learning and outreach.” IAIA also operates the Center for Lifelong Education and the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts in Santa Fe.
Nativo Lodge has partnered with IAIA to feature a number of emerging and rising contemporary Native American artists at our hotel. Several Native American contemporary artists (Heidi Brandow, Nani Chacon, Rhett Lynch, Ehren Kee Natay, Jaque Fragua, Randy Barton, Michelle Lowden and Rose B. Simpson) transformed our guest rooms into works of art at Nativo Lodge. Each featured artist has received local and national attention from the media, and has gone through a juried submission process to showcase their art at Nativo Lodge.
We believe the preservation of our unique New Mexican culture is important for present and future generations. We hope to share New Mexico's inspiring traditions to continue to enchant new visitors and old friends. Thank you for helping our initiatives.
Learn about our other Heritage Hotels & Resorts Community Partnerships and Cultural Causes at the link below.
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NATIVO LODGE NEWS AND MEDIA COVERAGE
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THE 10 BEST 2019 BUDGET TRAVEL DESTINATIONS
Hotels like the Nativo Lodge offer rooms starting at $110, or $145 for rooms that were individually painted by Native American artists. And let’s not forget Albuquerque is a major Route 66 stop. A self-guided tour directs you to downtown and historic Old Town, the KiMo Theatre, Nob Hill and the University of New Mexico. Read full story below.
Why you'll love it: As the hot air balloon capital of the world, the skies of Albuquerque are always filled with colorful inspiration for kids with a love for things that fly. Kids will really enjoy a ride on the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway—North America's longest double-reversible aerial tramway—that travels to the top of the 10,378-foot Sandia Peak. (Kids under 5 are free; be sure to print out the $5 coupon from the website for you). Read full story below.
Check-in time is 4 p.m. and Check-out is 12 p.m.
Guests may take photos during their stay. Professional or staged photos must be arranged or scheduled/approved through hotel management.
Nativo Lodge is a non-smoking hotel. If there is evidence of smoking in a guest room, we will charge a fee of $200 plus tax to cover cleaning costs.
Complimentary wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel.
Nativo Lodge is a dog-friendly hotel and welcomes dogs up to 50 lbs at the property. No other pets are permitted. There is a $35 pet fee per stay. Please contact Nativo Lodge at 1-855-997-8221 with any questions.
MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENT
Guests must be at least 21 years old to make a reservation. Exceptions are made for active military with proper military ID if under the age of 21.