Best Western

Best Western Plus Executive Suites

4630 Pan American Freeway NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109-2201
Phone: +1 505-830-0900   |   Fax: 505/830-4560   |   89 Rooms
Check Out Time: 11:00 AM   |   Check In: 3:00 PM   |   Online Reservations

Rooms newly Renovated in 2017. Stay at this all two-room suites hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico located close to the Albuquerque International Airport, Old Town and the University of New Mexico.

Welcome to the Best Western Plus Executive Suites, a 100% non-smoking hotel, newly renovated May, 2017. Located in the heart of Albuquerque, New Mexico. This Albuquerque hotel offers convenient access to a variety of corporate locations including FBI Headquarters, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Kirtland Air Force Base and the Lovelace Women's Hospital.

The Best Western Plus Executive Suites offers 89 spaciously-appointed guest suites, each complete with a microwave, refrigerator, cable satellite television with HBO® and wireless high-speed internet access. Guests will wake each morning to a complimentary full hot breakfast. Additional amenities at this New Mexico hotel include an indoor heated swimming pool and hot tub, fitness center, a full-service business center and meeting facilities.

Guests staying at the Best Western Plus Executive Suites will be close to the New Mexico State Fairgrounds, the Albuquerque Museum, the Rio Grande Zoological Park and the Sandia Peak Tramway. The hotel also offers convenient access to local events such as the Gathering of Nations and the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.

For superior customer service and a convenient location in the heart of Albuquerque, New Mexico, make a reservation today at the Best Western Plus Executive Suites!


Hotel Amenities & Services

  • Wireless internet connection in public areas
  • Exercise facilities
  • Complimentary full breakfast, choice of breads, cereal, fruit, hot eggs, hot breakfast meat, other hot items, yogurt, juice, and coffee
  • 100% smoke-free hotel
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Indoor pool
  • Hot tub
  • Exercise facility
  • Guest laundry
  • Elevator
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Concierge
  • Express check out
  • Ice/vending machines
  • Truck/RV parking
  • Free parking
  • Meeting facilities
  • Banquet facilities
  • Business center and services
  • Fax services
  • Photocopy services
  • Mail services - Fed Ex pick-up
  • Interior corridor
  • High-speed Internet access
  • Free wireless Internet available in public areas; free in-room wireless Internet access; free wireless Internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms
  • Dataports
  • Catering

Best Western Plus Executive Suites

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Conveniently located, the best western plus executive suites in Albuquerque, New Mexico is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:

Longitude: 35.133275  /  Latitude: -106.607375


Driving Directions to Hotel


From: the South (El Paso): Take Interstate 25 North to Exit 228 Montgomery Blvd. Turn right on Montgomery Blvd to Carlisle Blvd NE. Make a U-turn and travel west to Pan American NE to the Best Western Executive Suites.

From: the North (Denver): Take Interstate 25 South to Exit 228 Montgomery Blvd. Turn left onto Montgomery Blvd to Carlisle Blvd NE. Make a U-turn and travel west to Pan American NE to the Best Western Executive Suites.

From: the East (Amarillo): Take Interstate 40 West to Exit 159C I-25 North towards Santa Fe. Go north to Exit 228 Montgomery Blvd. Turn right on Montgomery Blvd to Carlisle Blvd NE. Make a U-turn and travel west to Pan American NE to the Best Western Executive Suites.

From: the West (Flagstaff) Take Interstate 40 East to Exit 159C I-25 North towards Santa Fe. Go north to Exit 228 Montgomery Blvd. Turn right on Montgomery Blvd to Carlisle Blvd NE. Make a U-turn and travel west to Pan American NE to the Best Western Executive Suites.

Best Western Plus Executive Suites

We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.

Most Popular Area Attractions

Albuquerque Aquarium

Spend the day explore at the Albuquerque Aquarium. You can view the wonderful collection of aquatic exhibits, like the Surf Zone, Salt Marsh, Gulf Coast Gallery, Jellies: Aliens from the Sea.

Don't miss Inside the Wreck, Touchpool and the Eel Cave: Snakes or Fishes. While you're there, watch the scuba divers feed the animals in the Coral Reef and Shark Tank.

Kids love to spend the night next to the 285,000 gallon shark tank in a special sleepover visit. They learn about the sharks' nighttime behavior and play games. Travelers in the Albuquerque region have fun exploring northwest New Mexico.

Albuquerque Biological Park

The largest city in the Land of Enchantment is Albuquerque. This vibrant city is not only home the University of New Mexico, but also home to the Albuquerque Biological Park.

This accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums keeps a focus on the environment with all four components: the Albuquerque Aquarium, the Rio Grande Zoo, the Biopark Botanical Garden and Tingley Beach.

Schedule plenty of time at these wonderful Albuquerque attractions. Enjoy strolling through the 36-acre Botanic Garden to see the variety of plants in the 10,000 conservatory.

Bring the kids to the Rio Grande Zoo to see over 250 species of animals. Spend an afternoon fishing, swimming or relaxing at Tingley Beach and don't miss the 285,000-gallon Shark Tank at the Albuquerque Aquarium

Biopark Botanical Garden

Nature lovers in the Albuquerque area are treated to a wonderful oasis along the Rio Grande River. The Biopark Botanic Garden is located on 52 acres of land near Old Town Albuquerque, adjacent to the Albuquerque Aquarium. This impressive 36-acre garden features a 10,000 square foot conservatory. The plants in the conservatory range from Mediterranean climates to North American deserts.

Visit the garden to see the Heritage Farm depicting life as it was in the 1920s and 1930s, walk amongst the butterflies in the PNM Butterfly Pavilion and stroll through the Japanese Garden. Kids love playing in the Children's Fantasy Garden, featuring a 14-foot dragon and 42 foot pumpkin to walk through. Schedule your garden visit to attend one of the several special events, for a fun day at the garden. Stay close to the garden in Albuquerque.

Bluewater Lake State Park

Located in the Zuni Mountains in northern New Mexico and just a short hop from Interstate 40, this state park covers over 3,000 acres of natural beauty and outdoor activities. Anglers and boaters rejoice at the ample opportunities for trout and cat fishing while the less water savvy can take a hike, eat picnics, or enjoy serene mountain and lake views. Thanks to its high altitude, the lake freezes in winter allowing for ice fishing.

This pinion and juniper landscape is located west of Albuquerque and is fully open in the summer and partially open in the winter. Gates are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. March 1st to October 31st, and from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. November 1st to April 31st.

El Malpais National Monument

See one of New Mexico's most iconic landmarks. The El Malpais National Monument is mostly comprised of barren badlands in the Zuni-Bandera volcanic field, the second largest in the Basin and Range Province. The monument is home to some of the oldest known Douglas Fir trees, inactive volcanoes and geothermal activity.

Enjoy views from the scenic overlooks and hiking along the trails. Be sure to hike to the La Ventana Natural Arch, one of the most accessible sandstone arches in New Mexico.

Enjoy traveling along historic Route 66, near Albuquerque, to visit additional state monuments and attractions including the Petroglyph National Monument and the White Sands Missile Range. Take a break in the Albuquerque area before you make your way on to the next stage of the trek.

Fenton Lake State Park

Quiet, remote, and tucked away in a sanctuary of ponderosa pines and forested mountains, Fenton Lake State Park is a haven for fishing, wildlife viewing, hiking, and picnicking. It is also a popular location for cross country skiing in the winter.

Located north of Albuquerque and Santa Fe, this park is open 24 hours a day year round. Visitors to the park will be most struck by Northern New Mexico's stunning and peaceful wilderness and postcard worthy snapshots of the lake.

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

There are few better ways to gain insights into New Mexico's Indian Pueblo history. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center proudly displays the history of the Pueblo people and preserves the Pueblo culture.

Visit the Museum to view the Our Land, Our Culture, Our Story permanent exhibit and the art collection from the 19 New Mexico Pueblos.

While in Albuquerque, visit one of the several Pueblos and partake in a traditional Feast Day for a unique and memorable experience. Listen to the songs, watch the reverent dances and enjoy the traditional food in northwest New Mexico.

KiMo Theatre

The charm of downtown Albuquerque remains prominent with historical city landmarks. One of Albuquerque's best-known landmarks is the KiMo Theatre. KiMo translates to "mountain lion" in the Tewa language.

This Art Deco-Pueblo Revival Style theater was built in 1927 and features indigenous motifs and terra cotta shields above the third-story windows. Thankfully, local residents saved the theater from demolition in 1977.

The theater has been renovated throughout the years to keep the building current for theater performances and shows. Visit the theater to see feature films, classic films, animated films, live concerts, theater productions, lectures, living history events and ballet in cinema. 

National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico

See this premier cultural attraction in New Mexico. The National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico in Albuquerque has continued its mission of promoting the Hispanic culture since opening in 2000.

They have hosted 500 literary, performing and visual art programs and over 25 art exhibitions. Tour the center along the beautiful Rio Grande and stop by the museum store, La Tiendita, to find a one-of-a-kind treasure.

After touring the museum, consider visiting the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History or the Penfield Gallery of Indian Art for fun afternoon activity. Stay in comfort and enjoy Albuquerque during your next visit to New Mexico.  

National Museum of Nuclear Science & History

Enjoy an edifying experience in New Mexico. The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, located in Albuquerque, was founded in 1969 and originally located on the Kirtland Air Force Base.

The museum is now located in Albuquerque's museum district. Learn about the nuclear age, as you stroll through the 13 permanent indoor exhibits, a gallery for temporary exhibits, a library and theater.

Outdoor space provides space for military aircraft, missiles and vehicle exhibits. Stay close to the many area attractions, shopping, restaurants and museums – enjoy your time, during your travels in Northwest New Mexico.

New Mexico Mining Museum

Learn a bit about New Mexico's history during your next visit. The New Mexico Mining Museum is one of "few Uranium Mining Museums in the world". Located in Grants, west of Albuquerque, this underground tour allows visitors to see and touch the recreation of a working mine shaft.

Descend in the "cage" to Section 26, part of the abandoned uranium mine, where materials left the mine. Enjoy the tour at your own pace and learn about drilling and blasting techniques. Complete your Grants visit with a tour of the ancient Anasazi ruins and Native American Pueblos or spend time at the El Morro National Monument

Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area

Stretching across several counties in New Mexico, the Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area preserves the lands once inhabited by the Puebloans. The counties include the Santa Fe, Taos, and Rio Arriba in northern New Mexico.

The area features plenty of sightseeing and outdoor recreation areas.  Featured attractions include Hyde Memorial and El Vado state parks, Sante Fe and Carson national forests, the Picuris and Santa Clara pueblos, and more.

Old Town Albuquerque

Old Town Albuquerque

Stroll Through Old Town Albuquerque

History buffs have a wonderful opportunity for education and exploration in the Albuquerque area. The historic Pueblo-Spanish style buildings of Old Town Albuquerque are full of charm, delighting those who visit.

In 1706, Governor Francisco Cuervo y Valdez established the community with the development of the central plaza. This lead to the construction of the first building, the San Felipe de Neri Church, in 1793.

Throughout the years, the houses and businesses that developed in Old Town, were renovated to become boutiques, art galleries and restaurants.

While there, be sure to visit the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History, the Albuquerque Bio Park Botanic Garden, the Agape Southwest Pueblo Pottery store and Painted Sky Gallery and Gifts. Stay close to this historical area of Albuquerque, known as the Crossroads of the Southwest.

Petroglyph National Monument

Petroglyph National Monument

See the Famous Petroglyphs in Albuquerque

Stretching for seventeen miles near Albuquerque, Petroglyph National Monument is one of the largest petroglyph sites in the United States.

Located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the petroglyphs were created between four hundred and seven hundred years ago.

Petroglyphs are shapes and symbols carved into stone in order to pass on information. The petroglyphs found at Petroglyph National Monument are believed to have been created by Native Americans and Spanish settlers who passed through the northwestern part of New Mexico.

Visitors are able to learn about the history of the petroglyphs and gain additional information about the people who created them by visiting the Visitor’s Center onsite at the monument. For a closer look at the most well-preserved petroglyphs, trails are available.

Boca Negra Canyon offers three separate trails to see about one hundred different petroglyphs along their routes. Rinconada Canyon offers a single trail that is just over two miles in length with the opportunity to view up to five hundred petroglyphs. After viewing the petroglyphs firsthand, visitors can stop by the bookstore and grab additional educational materials to enhance their knowledge of Petroglyph and its cultural history.

Rio Grande Nature Center State Park

Founded in 1982, Rio Grande Nature Center State Park is set in north-central New Mexico near Albuquerque. Covering 38 acres, the site is owned by the City of Albuquerque Open Space Division.

Operated by the New Mexico State Parks Division, the Rio Grande Nature Center State Park also features picnic shelters, nature trails, and opportunities for bird watching. The visitor center also feature exhibits, gardens, and a gift shop.

Rio Grande Zoo

Residents and visitors in Albuquerque, have a wonderful variety of attractions to choose from, for a day of fun. One of the best ways to spend quality time together, is a day at the Rio Grande Zoo. Established in 1927, this zoo encompasses 64 acres of land in the Albuquerque Biological Park and is a proud member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.

Get acquainted with more than 200 species of animals in the zoo's various exhibits. The Africa habitat is not only home to giraffes, but also to African lions, cheetahs, gorillas and zebras. Make plenty of time to see the rest of the animals in the remaining exhibits – you'll have a blast exploring the ABQ area

Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument

Salinas Pueblo Missions NM

Explore the Salinas Pueblo Missions

Set on more than 1,000 acres, the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument is located in northern New Mexico – just south of Albuquerque.

Dating to 1629, the monument is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places as a U.S. Historic district.

Operated by the National Park Service, the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument preserves the Quarai Ruins, Abó Ruin, and Gran Quivira Ruins.

Visitors enjoy picnicking, bird watching, and nature viewing, plus the new Mountainair Visitor Center.

Sandia Peak Tramway

What proves to be one of the most unique attractions in New Mexico, the Sandia Peak Tramway near Albuquerque offers breathtaking birds-eye views of the Rio Grande Valley and the Sandia Mountains. Enjoy the incredible views of 11,000 square miles of New Mexico countryside, during the ride to the top of the Sandia Peak, reaching 10,378 feet in elevation.

Take a break and enjoy a delicious meal in the High Finance Restaurant & Tavern at the top of Sandia Peak. Learn about the history of skiing in New Mexico at the New Mexico Ski Museum at the base of the tram. After a day of sight-seeing, stay the Northwest New Mexico area for a comfortable night's rest.

University of New Mexico

University of New Mexico campus

Visit the Campus at the University of New Mexico

New Mexico’s largest university, the University of New Mexico is the flagship research institution of the state, and is located in Albuquerque – set in northern New Mexico.

Covering over 600 acres, UNM was established in 1889, and has over 35,000 enrolled students.

UNM is home to the New Mexico Lobos athletics program, with home games at Branch Field and Pit Arena.

Set near downtown Albuquerque, UNM features four museums, including the University Art Museum. Additional campuses are located in Gallup, Los Alamos, Rio Rancho, Taos, and Los Lunas.

More Area Attractions & Services

  • 1.0 mile(s) from Cliff's Amusement Park, Amusement Park
  • 5.0 mile(s) from Old Town
  • 5.0 mile(s) from Natural History Museum
  • 6.0 mile(s) from Rio Grande Zoo
  • 6.0 mile(s) from Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
  • 6.0 mile(s) from IT'Z USA, Gaming area for kids
  • 7.0 mile(s) from Sandia Peak Tramway, World's longest Tramway

Local Area Recreation Opportunities

  • Indoor pool
  • Hot tub
  • 0.50 mile(s) from The Beach, water park
  • 2.00 mile(s) from Cliff Amusement Park, rollercoasters
  • 10.00 mile(s) from Sky City Casino, one hour west
  • 15.00 mile(s) from Isleta Gaming Palace
  • Golf courses
  • Horseback riding
  • Fishing
  • Ballooning
  • Mountain biking

Nearby Restaurants

  • 0.60 mile(s) from IHOP full service, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
  • 1.10 mile(s) from Outback Steakhouse full service, steakhouse, Open for: lunch, dinner

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