Renovating & Refreshing!
We're improving InTown Suites - from our logo, to our website, to our rooms - things are changing! The updates include significant property renovations, brand enhancements and even better customer service!
Find your temporary home away from home at our InTown Suites Albuquerque extended stay property. Our guest rooms are set up like fully furnished, with apartment-style accommodations and everything you need to stay a week or longer. We even have giant 42" HD TVs and super fast Wifi Internet! At 4676 Commerce Avenue, we are located near many of Albuquerque's shops, restaurants, public transportation and more.
From $189.99 weekly
4676 Commerce Avenue, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Property: (505) 342-2800
To Reach a Guest: (505) 342-2900
Mon - Fri: 11:00AM - 7:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM - 7:00PM
InTown Suites is the alternative to extended stay hotels and short-term housing. We offer more than 189 locations in 22 states and are growing to serve you even better. And, with our "no lease and no credit check" policy, guests can easily move in, stay as long as they need, and be free to move when they are ready.
Each guest room is like a studio apartment with everything you need to stay for a week, a month a year or longer. Our Albuquerque temporary housing location offers:
Take I-25 North or South: Exit at Jefferson Road. Our InTown Suites Albuquerque property is located on the west side of I-25 on the southbound frontage road.
Travelers and residents alike enjoy Albuquerque's unique multicultural heritage and history, featuring a mix of Native American, Hispanic and Latino, Anglo and other cultural influences. The city is recognized for its International Balloon Fiesta, where 700 hot air balloons fill the sky, making it the world's largest balloon festival. Albuquerque's combination of temperate climate, large number of sunny days, and proximity to both mountains and rivers helps the city draw a large number of tourists of all kinds to the area. Spend some time exploring Albuquerque's Old Town, which was founded in 1706.