Free hot breakfast and a heated indoor pool and hot tub make the non-smoking Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Las Vegas — which also accepts pets — a highly rated pick among our guests. All 68 rooms at the three-story Holiday Inn Express offer triple-sheeted, pillowtop beds and flat-panel cable TVs with HBO, while suites also include microwaves, mini-fridges and wet bars. You can stay connected to important folks with Wi-Fi access and two-line voicemail phones with free local calling. Stoke up at the free breakfast buffet featuring the hotel's signature cinnamon rolls before mapping out the day's itinerary in the business center. As the sun sets, unwind in the fitness room or the indoor pool. The hotel also features a coin-operated laundry. Handicap-accessible rooms are available, and pets are welcome for an additional fee. The Holiday Inn is right off I-25, a half-mile from New Mexico Highlands University. Guests can stroll through the historic town, which has nearly a thousand buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. The most celebrated of these is Montezuma Castle, a 19th century inn about seven miles from the hotel. Six miles away, you can explore the Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge, a scenic park with great bird watching opportunities. Fort Union National Monument, once used by Native Americans and Spanish explorers, is 25 miles away. Santa Fe Municipal Airport is 75 miles from the hotel. our guests report that the Holiday Inn Express offers a "great" free breakfast and is an "excellent hotel" with a "convenient location" off of I-25.
Dogs of all sizes are allowed. Dogs are allowed for a pet fee of $15.00 per pet per night.
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