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Casas de Sueños

At a Glance

    Pros

  • charming and tucked away
  • some private patios

    Cons

  • rooms vary greatly in amenities and configuration—some are more enchanting than others

Casas de Sueños Review

This historic compound (it's a National Register property) of 1930s- and '40s-era adobe casitas is perfect if you're seeking seclusion and quiet, yet desire proximity to museums, restaurants, and shops. Casas de Sueños (sueños means dreams in Spanish) is a few blocks south of Old Town Plaza, on a peaceful residential street fringing the lush grounds of Albuquerque Country Club. Each uniquely decorated unit opens onto a warren of courtyards and gardens that are spotted with sculptures and tilework that echo the inn's past as artist housing. Saltillo-tile floors, kiva-style fireplaces, skylights, and Southwestern furnishings are typical. Most rooms have flat-screen TVs and some sleep as many as four adults. The full breakfast is served in the former studio of Taos painter J.R. Willis; don't forget to take a peak at the building's topper—it's local architect Bart Prince's Nautilus.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 310 Rio Grande Blvd. SW, on the south side of Central Ave. Old Town, Albuquerque, 87104 | Map It
  • Phone: 505/247–4560; 800/665–7002
  • Website:
  • Location: Old Town

    Hotel Details

  • 21 casitas.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 12-04-2013

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