The Chocolate Turtle provides Albuquerque meeting facilities perfect for small meetings, family gatherings, and weddings. The spacious Great Room or the covered portal and large patio in warm weather could be just right for your:
Our B&B gathering spaces can be customized to meet your specific needs and are a refreshing alternative to the typical enclosed and often windowless meeting areas. We can provide a comfortable setting with sofas and cushioned chairs in the Great Room. In warm weather, breakfast, breaks, and lunch can be served on the portal and patio, providing a brief escape to enjoy the New Mexico surroundings with the breathtaking view of the Sandia Mountains! Facilitators of meetings or training sessions have found the Turtle, with the Great Room, portal, patio, and sitting areas around the grounds and gardens, to be the perfect fit. These meetings often include breakout sessions, small group or one-on-one discussions, or individual reflection time that make perfect use of our relaxing B&B environment.
Let the Chocolate Turtle host your gathering. Whether you are planning a New Mexico family vacation, a reunion, a retreat, or a girlfriends' getaway, we have the perfect setting and facilities to provide a pleasurable and memorable experience. We will work with you to customize a package that includes the sleeping rooms for your gathering, focusing on the details and added touches that help ensure success.
Our colorful, spacious, yet cozy Great Room provides a relaxed and comfortable environment for your family and friends. In good weather, the covered portal and patio with the surrounding flower gardens and the expansive view of the Sandia Mountains is a lovely setting for your event.
Call the innkeepers at (505) 898-1800 or e-mail us at email@example.com to discuss details and/or arrange a tour of the Chocolate Turtle.
"We have had a wonderful stay at your special, warm & Cozy B&B. We so appreciate the extra kindness, interest and care you've shown us as we celebrated this very special family reunion."