|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Casita in Old Town is a business traveler’s haven created with the business traveler in mind. Offering privacy, comfort, and location, as well as business conveniences, 414 19th St - Casita is the perfect business stay if you are seeking affordable, out-of-the-ordinary accommodations. Also, it is a home to settle in if you are looking for a place to come home to after a day of adventures and activity.
2 Bedrooms, 2-1/2 Bath
1400 sq ft, 2 story southwestern casita
Wood burning fireplace
Fully furnished and equipped.
Balcony off every room
Private balcony on second floor
Great Southwestern ambiance
1-2 blocks from Old Town, Albuquerque Museum, Explora, National Atomic Museum, Natural History Museum and Public Park, Post office, Hair Salons and great Restaurants (High Noon, Seasons, etc.
• High Speed Computer Access
• Cable TV
• Full kitchen
Amenities:Wood burning fireplace, Fully furnished and equipped, Private courtyard, Balcony off every room, Private balcony on second floor, Great Southwestern ambiance, Microwave, washer/dryer, internet access, cable TV, full kitchen
1-2 blocks from Old Town, Albuquerque Museum, Explora, National Atomic Museum, Natural History Museum and Public Park, Post office, Hair Salons and great Restaurants (High Noon, Seasons, etc.) Minutes from downtown.
Activities:Next to Albuquerque Museum, Natural History Museum, National Atomic Museum, Old Town Plaza, minutes from Downtown and restaurants (Seasons, High Noon, etc)
This was my and my family's first experience with HomeAway and it will definitely not be our last. The home was exactly as advertised. The convenience to Old Town is a real plus. You can walk over and shop or have a meal or just sit outside and have coffee. The museums are literally across the street. We also made good use of the grill on the patio.
This is a great place to stay for exploring old town. We only put 35 miles on our rental car because you can walk to everything. The kitchen is well equipped, but there are so many restaurants close by we mostly ate out. Overall, a very comfortable house to stay in and cheaper and more convenient than most hotels in the area.
We loved your home. It was very comfortable and located conveniently close to fun places in ABQ. Thank you for your attention to detail!
walking distance to museums, old town, parks, close to city and our family in town, lovely building with lots of bathrooms, open kitchen, dining room spaces, large tv, radiant floor heat, able to host and cook thanksgiving dinner and entertain our group, loved the balconies and patios, park off street, lovely decorations...would definitely come back here with all these comfortable options
This is a VERY nice 2 bedroom casita. All appliances are top notch. Three 2nd story balconies, and lots of fenced, secluded, and private yard room are all GREAT pluses. The parking is good too. That is just a short pull-in driveway, probably long enough for most any car. Walk out the front door, and nearly 1 block away is the Backstreet Grill, rated #18 of 1,371 Restaurants in Albuquerque with the Certificate of Excellence from Tripadvisor. We LOVED the street tacos and the tamales too. Of course there is LOADS to do in and around Old Town. Then there is Duran Central Pharmacy, at 1815 Central Avenue NW, just a few blocks away from the casita. Duran's is great for all sorts of souvenirs and they have a GREAT grill too :-) We plan to stay in this casita again.
This gorgeous home was so close to old town and easy to get to other areas. There was everything we needed was in the kitchen. Extra care was given in decorating and the multiple patios great.
Venus handled a minor issue with a smoke detector battery personally & promptly.
Planning a return trip.
The well appointed, clean and efficient living space of Southwestern Casita includes absolutely everything needed to make for a comfortable and convenient stay. The private courtyard provides added security and a great place to relax.
It is steps away from multiple small shops, fine dining, art studios, etc. Within 3 blocks, there are three museums (Albuquerque Museum, Explora, and Natural History Museum), 2 parks, a church built in 1706, and possibly one of the finest photo galleries in the Southwest, (APG). Don't forget to stop at the olive oil and balsamic vinegar tasting room. Yes, it is real, and worth the stop. Public Park, Post office, Hair Salons and great Restaurants (High Noon, Seasons, etc.) Minutes from downtown. Home of Int'l Balloon Fiesta, Casinos close by, Ruins, Jemez Mountains, Sandia Mountains, Hiking, Biking, 45 minutes from Santa Fe. Close to Rio Grande Zoo and Botanical Gardens.
Fun day trips include taking the tram to the top of Sandia Peak and hiking to Kiwanis cabin; taking the Turquoise Trail (Hwy 14) to Madrid, and Santa Fe; taking the Jamez Mountain Trail (Hwy 4) to Bandalier National Monument and the hot springs at Jemez Springs.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
1 May 2017 - 31 Jul 2017
3 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Pet Fee||A$133.78 + Tax|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.