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My husband and I just enjoyed 2 nights at Casas de Suenos and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The staff were wonderful - Lorenzo at the front desk went out of his way to find out when the museums opened on Sundays. Louis the chef makes fabulous...More
My wife and I stayed at Casas de Suenos for the first time in late December, just before Christmas. This is the first time that my wife and I have experienced the true "bed and breakfast" experience. We have stayed at other B+B's in the...More
Years ago, while traveling on business, I discovered this lovely, quaint place. It is the only place I stay while in Albuquerque. We were given the Kachina room that had a kitchen. Everything was lovely and I appreciated the living room with a TV that...More
The total experience was good. The courtyard was perfect for our wedding lunch. It was catered by Blue Plate Special at Casas de Suenos. The food and service from them was impeccable. The people at Casas were friendly but had to coax them into being...More
My wife and I recently needed a week of rest and relaxation while battling my cancer. I was released to travel and I found Casas de Suenos online. I was somewhat reluctant to believe what I was seeing on the internet, but we were both...More
We do not have a bar on site. There are several bars in the Old Town Historic District just a couple of block away including Seasons, High Noon and the QBar.
Casas de Senos
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"If you have any disability or limited range of motion, make sure you get a room without a clawfoot tub."