The current owners of Böttger Mansion, a National Register property built in 1912, have thoughtfully refurbished the rooms, emphasizing fine woodwork and other details—a clawfoot tub, a lovely mural by the original owner's grandson, or a pressed-tin ceiling. The rooms are calm and classic, if a bit overstuffed. Each is dedicated to a person of particular import to Albuquerque history, from Erna Fergusson to Clyde Tingley, and they all have the freshest linens and terry
robes. The Wine Cellar Suite has a kitchenette and can accommodate up to six guests. A grassy courtyard provides an instant escape from the Old Town crowds. The two-course breakfast might include stuffed French toast or a cheese souffle.