Nativo Lodge Hotel Second Night Free & Other Deals
Albuquerque’s Nativo Lodge has a couple of deals running, and some packages…
Locals will recognize the Nativo Lodge from the colorful patterns on the exterior, you can see it from I-25 near the San Mateo intersection. The rooms are decked out with Native American style furnishings, and I can tell you from experience that the beds are rather plush 😉 No, don’t have a dirty mind. I tested a bed purely for research purposes while writing the hotels chapter for my guidebook Insiders’ Guide to Albuquerque.
You can get a second night free at Nativo Lodge through March 31, 2012, when you pay for one night. Rates start at $109 and you can upgrade to a deluxe room with this deal for an extra $10. Book online or call for reservations using the promo code: FREE
Other current Nativo Lodge deals (with no expiration date showing) are:
- Stay three nights or more and get a $30 dining credit at the hotel’s Spirit Winds Cafe using the promo code: STAYMORE
- Albuquerque Shopping and Style Hotel Package (from $119) including breakfast, cocktails for two, a care package, and tips on where to shop in Albuquerque. (Locals don’t really need shopping directions, but it could be useful for visitors who haven’t had the sense to buy my book.) Use coupon code: NATIVOSHOP
- Romance Package from $139 including an upgrade to a Deluxe Honeyroom room, a bottle of bubbly, and chocolate-covered strawberries, using the code: ROMANCE
- Pet Friendly Hotel Package (from $119) which waives the usual pet fee, and gives a doggie bag with treats and toys, using the code: PETPKG
- Bed and Breakfast Package (from $99) for two people staying in superior accommodations including breakfast in the Spirit Winds Cafe. Use promo code PETBNB
See the details of all the Nativo Lodge hotel deals and packages and book online or call 1-888-628-4861.
And if you’re going, use this printable coupon to get 50% off Nativo Lodge food, good on one food item purchase.
Nativo Lodge is located at 6000 Pan American Freeway NE, Albuquerque, near the I-25 and San Mateo intersection.