Maps and Directions to the Nativo Lodge in Albuquerque
Nativo Lodge is located just off I-25 near the Journal Business Center and Balloon
Fiesta Park, just seven minutes north of Historic Old Town, 15 minutes from the
Albuquerque International Sunport and 45 minutes to Santa Fe off I-25 at the San
Mateo Boulevard exit and Pan American Freeway. All of the shopping, dining, and area
attractions that Albuquerque has to offer are just minutes away from the unique
experience that is Nativo Lodge. A total of 12 commercial and regional airlines provide
service to Albuquerque with an average of over 200 daily flights including direct
flights to or from 27 cities. Use these Albuquerque New Mexico maps and directions
to plan your route of travel.
6000 Pan American Fwy. NE
|From the Albuquerque Sunport and I-25:
From the Airport head West on Sunport Blvd SE.
Follow the signs for I-25, Downtown and Santa Fe and merge onto I-25 North via the ramp. Go
7 miles North and take Exit # 230 at Osuna Rd & San Mateo Blvd. At the bottom of the exit
ramp (on Pan American Freeway) turn right (South) onto San Mateo Blvd., and get immediately
into the left hand lane. Turn Left onto Pan American Freeway and the hotel is your right just
past Starbucks. Parking is available at no charge.
|From I-40 East or West:
Take the I-25 North Exit and go approx. 3 miles. Take Exit # 230
at Osuna Rd & San Mateo Blvd. At the bottom of the exit ramp (on Pan American Freeway) turn right,
or South, onto San Mateo Blvd. and get immediately into the left hand lane. Turn Left onto Pan American
Freeway and the hotel is your right just past Starbucks. Parking is available at no charge.
|Transportation Options and Area Attractions:
||Shuttles, Rental cars and Taxi's are available at the Albuquerque Sunport
and fees vary. Albuquerque also has many Suntran busses that run throughout the city. The Hotel is
conveniently located near dozens of great dining options, Cliff's amusement park, shopping, and
just 10 minutes to historic Old Town, the Albuquerque Museums, Zoo and Bio park and Downtown Albuquerque.
The Journal Centre is closeby.