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|l||Lynne "Customer service was excellent, especially the lady attending and catering to the guests at the continental breakfast."|
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|l||Toni "The bed was amazing."|
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|l||Adam "Beds were comfortable; staff was nice and helpful; place was clean."|
|v||4.6 miles from Isleta Amphitheater ( 10 mins )|
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|l||Mildred "Clean! Checkin was easy; good employees and helpful."|
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|l||Vanessa "Beautiful clean rooms; very modern and updated and spacious bathroom. Casino had tons of slots and table games to choose from. Would definitely stay again!"|
|v||4.9 miles from Isleta Amphitheater ( 10 mins )|
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|l||Shawna "The staff were amazing. The room was very clean and the breakfast was excellent."|
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|l||Barbara "The staff was pleasant, my suite was excellent and the kids totally loved both the pool and the breakfast!"|
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|l||Darin "Nice, comfortable and affordable room for a night."|
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Toni, El Paso Tue, 12 November 2019
Disliked: The bar.
Mildred, Antonito Fri, 7 September 2018
Other than the concert being cancellled, we did have a good time.
Liked: Free parking.
Disliked: Chaos on the lawn seating - seemed over capacity; nothing on website mentioning what you can bring in.
Great venue for a concert; friendly staff; venue clean and well maintained.
Liked: Great artist line up and venue was clean; staff friendly.
Adam, Las Cruces
Saw Iron Maiden and Ghost. Both bands were in top form, and Ghost actually gave Maiden a run for their money.
Liked: Lines were organized; place was well taken care of.
Disliked: Cost of food and drinks was outrageous.
Sally S, Las Cruces
Isleta Amphitheater, is a nice small arena.
Liked: Good seating and sightlines.
Disliked: Behavior of fans - they would stand and hold up their cell phones and block the people behind them. They would be rude and lean over and talk to their friends during the concert constantly and further block my views. The food was acceptable but the prices were too high and it took too long to fill an order. Leaving the arena after the concert was over was horrible. Most of the walk uphill was on sand and stony areas, before you could reach a paved way to the parking lot. It took me close to an hour to get out of the parking lot as there was only one access road to leave the arena.
The theater was wonderful and the staff was very helpful.
Liked: The concert was great!
Disliked: Everything was flawless.
Liked: The whole concert!
Kelly, Las Cruces
Love this venue. Have been several times, and will go back as much as possible. Sitting in the grass is great!
Liked: I love the Isleta Amphitheater - an outside venue with spectacular views. And of course, the music is the best part. Will go back every chance I get!
Disliked: The price of beverages - both non-alcoholic and alcoholic. We paid $60 for four lemonades and two beers.
Mary B, Las Cruses
Went to a great concert.
Liked: Nice theater.
Disliked: Waited too long to get in.
Herminia, El Paso
I have heard that evening summer venues are great since the weather is cool and the place has enough seating. I experienced a day event which I had to attend with my daughter who is 15 and could not go in without a parent. I feel that if managers had more planning for events that take place during a hot summer day, the event would be more enjoyable. Definitely a larger shaded space would be great. As a parent, I was prepared to spend more money at the venue but felt sick due to not being able to protect myself from the sun and ended up not spending any.
Liked: Very spacious.
Disliked: No shade whatsoever during a hot summer day event. Reverse daycare establishment was very small, very dirty. Kids as well as adults were passing out from the heat.
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The Isleta Amphitheater is about a 20-minute drive from downtown Albuquerque. You'll get a nice sense for the New Mexican landscape in the surrounding area, and will find yourself right next to the Isleta Casino & Resort.
Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
At the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, local artists like Georgia O'Keefe and Peter Hurd find a home next to historic city artifacts, conquistador armor, and world-class visiting collections. It shouldn't come as any surprise, as Albuquerque is known as an artistic and cultural hub both for the region and the country, playing host to artist retreats and conferences as well as the art that these events produce.
Albuquerque Biological Park
Stroll or bike down the Paseo del Bosque nature path through the Albuquerque Biological Park, where you'll find the local zoo, the 36-acre Rio Grande Botanic Garden, Tingley Beach, the Albuquerque Aquarium, and the Rio Grande river. With its 200-plus animals, the zoo alone could take your whole day, but you'll also want to leave plenty of time for just wandering and relaxing in this serene setting.
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
The New Mexico region has a rich Native American history. Explore that history in-depth at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, where you can take in artifacts, learn about the culture, watch the dancers, or attend fascinating lectures. Located just north of the cobblestoned historic Old Town, the Center is convenient to get to and well worth the trip.
Church of San Felipe de Neri
As the first Roman Catholic Church in Albuquerque - it was built in 1706 - the Church of San Felipe de Neri is bursting with history, artefacts, and religious art. The architecture alone makes it a must-see for your visit.
The Isleta Casino & Resort
You'll find a number of excellent dining options at the Isleta Casino & Resort, just a 15-minute drive away from the Isleta Amphitheater. Restaurants include: the Embers Steakhouse; Tiwa, where you can experience some finger-licking barbeque; the Chili Ristra Café and Deli; Chill Ice Cream & Coffee Bar; Daubers Grill; a snack bar, where you'll find pizza and soda; the Triple Sevens Saloon, which offers both a dance floor and a sports bar; and Center Bar, for signature cocktails.
The Cellar Albuquerque
Right in the heart of historic Albuquerque, the Cellar is a taste of tapas you won't soon forget. You'll want to sample everything from the cheese plate to the Devil's Shrimp, and relax with a crisp glass of wine before heading out to the hubbub of the amphitheatre.
You won't know where to begin at the Marble Brewery, where you'll find a dozen craft beers on tap. Sample them all, and sneak in a good dose of local music as a warmup to your big show.
In the first week of every October, hundreds of colored balloons take flight over the city of Albuquerque for the International Balloon Fiesta. If this isn't striking enough, as night falls, the balloons are lit up for a mystical sight that's like no other.
While buses can get you into the general vicinity of the Isleta Amphitheater, it will take you multiple transfers, well over an hour, and even a taxi in the end to get you there. Driving is probably a better bet.
Parking is available near the venue (you'll take a shuttle bus from the lots to get to the gates) and is included in the price of the ticket. Lots open 2 hours prior to showtime, and you can upgrade to Premier Parking for $20 per vehicle.
Typical American fare is on the menu here, including burgers, fries, and pizza. You'll also find domestic canned beers. Expect to pay more than just stadium high prices here. You'll pay $13 for a beer and a whopping $15 for a margarita. Have fun with that!
Many amphitheatres allow guests to bring in outside food, but not this one. Leave the snacks at home - unless you like feeding the security guards.