Built as a brothel and saloon, this newly restored gem (featured in ABQ The Magazine) is truly unique: featuring adobe walls, original floor, high ceilings, long portal, and a fantastic outdoor space. If you're looking for an authentic New Mexican experience, this is the place for you.
Tales of buried money, hidden rooms, and Billy the Kid are all waiting inside. The brothel is located in the historic Wells Park Neighborhood. The Old Town Plaza, Museum Row, downtown, Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and 4 breweries are within a 15-minute walk. Try the green chile crust pizza at Golden Crown Panaderia, a 5-minute walk through the neighborhood (try our official state cookie there, the biscochito!).
For guests with bicycles, one of the city's main bike paths is just around the corner, too. "The Big I" (I-40 & I-25 intersection) is less than a minute away and affords easy access to the rest of Albuquerque.
This property also functions as the Painted Lady Bed & Brew. A twist on the traditional B&B concept, Painted Lady Bed & Brew is the first of its kind in New Mexico and one of only a handful of such unique establishments in the country. The Lady was completely overhauled in 2015 with the hopes of bringing people together over a beer. Guests that book on the company website receive a complimentary craft beer happy hour each evening (available to VRBO guests based on availability).