The TravelHost Focus Spotlight shines on Albuquerque, New Mexico as we highlight the power of travel to this city. On an annual basis 6.2 million people visit Albuquerque and that generates $69 million in local taxes and the travel and leisure industry employ approximately 44,000 people in ABQ.
Since 2012, the hotel occupancy rate and the hotel average daily rate in Albuquerque have grown exponentially and this means that more people are visiting and spending more money in this New Mexico city. With over 300 days of sunshine and a multicultural history it is no wonder that more and more people are making Albuquerque a destination on their travel bucket list.
As the owner of TravelHost Albuquerque you’ll be able to highlight the hidden gems that only you, as a local, would know about. Letting people know about the best place to get New Mexican cuisine, where to play golf, enjoy the outdoors and more is what you’ll build your business on. With that in mind, we have a few examples of the types of businesses that would benefit from a local TravelHost Owner.
The Grove Café & Market
You would expect to see a selection from the abundant New Mexican cuisine and choosing between Red, Green or Christmas chiles but we decided to go a different route. The Grove Café & Market was started in 2006 as a community gathering spot that offered a relaxing atmosphere and good food. In the 13 years since The Grove Café and Market was started they have done exactly that. They offer Albuquerque’s favorite breakfast, brunch and lunch dishes using local food and do it in fun and inviting atmosphere.
Spur Line Supply Co.
Walk into Spur Line Supply Company and be prepared to see an elevated shopping experience that highlights a lifestyle of the best crafted goods in the Southwest. At Spur Line Supply Company you’ll be able to find unique items that feature New Mexico born brands focusing on women, men and children’s apparel, toys, records and books, apothecary and beauty plus home and garden. You’ll also be able to enjoy coffee and doughnuts during your shopping spree.
The Stables At Tamaya
You can take a hot air balloon ride with Rainbow Ryders and see Albuquerque from a different perspective or you can head to The Stables at Tamaya for a completely different and unique experience. The stables offer morning or evening, group or private trail rides and is an opportunity for you to see the Santa Ana Pueblo and support a non-profit organization working to help rescue horses that have come from unideal circumstances. Each trail ride will take approximate 1h30m and is led by an expert wrangler to provide you with a safe and expertly guided experience.
Hotel Parq Central
The Hotel Parq Central is where luxury boutique and Albuquerque history meet and is a place to consider staying at during your trip to Albuquerque. The historic landmark was originally built in 1926, is conveniently located close to downtown and has charm that is inspired by the Mediterranean. Continental breakfasts are available, your pets are welcome and you can visit their fitness center or just relax in one of their 74 guest rooms that includes 15 luxury suites and 3 spacious cottages.
Albuquerque, New Mexico has everything the TravelHost Owner needs to be successful. Business travelers and tourists continue to find out about the unique qualities of Albuquerque and the TravelHost Owner will be able to show them the unique places to eat, shop, play and stay.
Wanted: Albuquerque, New Mexico TravelHost Owner
The southwest city of Albuquerque, New Mexico is ready for the next TravelHost Owner. Is that you? Does owning your own business and supporting your community sound like a bright future for you?
If you answered yes to those questions, then give us call today at (972) 556-0541 or click here to get started. A 10 minute conversation may change your future as you decide if you’re the local owner that knows and love this amazing city and can expose travelers to the hidden treasures while helping drive new traffic to local businesses.