The Rosenberg Room - $119/night (Nov. - Feb.)  $139/night (Mar. - Oct.)

The infamous Julius and Ethel Rosenburg, who were executed in the 50s, are the inspiration for the name given to to The Rosenberg Room of the Spy House bed and breakfast in Albuquerque, New Mexico. David Greenglass, tenant of the house during the 40s, was the brother of Ethel Rosenburg and one of the engineers working on the atomic bomb in Los Alamos. Due to the events that happened in this house and it being called the Spy House, it only seemed fitting to name a room after them.

The room has a row of windows that overlook the front of the house, giving you some of the best morning light. It is in two tones of rich burgundy with accents of gold in the trim and a beautiful gold silk bedspread. Any couple will enjoy this room with the spacious bathroom complete with double sinks and a large walk-in shower. There is also a quaint and private study just off the bedroom.

 
 
 
Downtown Historic Bed and Breakfasts of Albuquerque
Steve or Kara Grant, 207 High St. NE | Albuquerque, NM 87102
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