Mid-Century Modern Guesthouse

Historic Downtown Albuquerque

2 guests


450 sq. ft.

One bed

One bath

1 night minimum stay

Downtown Albuquerque

Mid-Century Modern Urban Oasis

Easy access to the best of Albuquerque. This Pueblo-style, light-filled modern guesthouse is nestled in a quiet neighborhood in the heart of Albuquerque; all new furnishings; well-appointed; extremely clean and comfortable. Easy access to the Convention Center, downtown restaurants and nightlife and only a few blocks from the zoo, green spaces and the Rio Grande river trail. Albuquerque’s Old Town and museums are within a short distance by bicycle or car. This rental is perfect for couples, retirees, solo adventurers, and business travelers.

The space
The property was built in 2016 and has all modern furnishings and amenities. Adjoining the guesthouse is a very private courtyard. There is convenient off-street reserved parking for one car. Everything is on one level. Situated in the back of our home property, this quiet and welcoming space is designed with your privacy in mind. The guesthouse is equipped with a full kitchen and dining area that can double as a working space. For your entertainment a bluetooth speaker, cable television, and a DVD player with a variety of dvds are provided. Enjoy a hot shower or a long luxurious soak in the steeping tub. Turn in at night in the expansive and very comfortable king-sized bed.



Kitchen (serves 4)

Private Entrance


Wireless Internet


Off-street Parking




Courtyard sitting area

Bluetooth speaker

Laptop workspace


No pets

Guidebook provided

Close by

Within a few blocks: Kit Carson park, Rio Grande Bosque Trail, Albuquerque Zoo, The Rail Yards market (May – October), Downtown, Route 66 shops and nightlife, abundant restaurants and coffee shops, Silver Street Market, and Robinson Park (host of the Grower’s Market Saturday’s mid-April – October).

Convention Center: The casita is a pleasant 7 block walk/ride to the downtown Convention Center. Rather take a bus? The Free D-Ride Circulator will get there and back. Message me if you’d like more information.

Old Town, Tiguex Park, museums and yoga studios are a short drive or bike ride away.

Interaction with guests

We let our guests set the frequency for interaction, but we can’t help extend the occasional howdy.

Other things to note

The casita has separate access from the main house. Guests come and go through the alley gate where a parking space is reserved for you.

We have a friendly dog who does not have access to the casita, but is sometimes in the outer courtyard. She may bark when she first meets you, but is harmless. Please let us know if you prefer not to meet her and we will make sure she is inside as you come and go.

House Rules

  • No smoking
  • Not suitable for pets
  • No parties or events
  • Not safe or suitable for infants (Under 2 years)
  • Check-in is anytime after 3PM
  • Check out by 11AM
  • Although we prefer to meet our guests in person, self check-in with lockbox is available