Those were the days when a motel could say it was located at a shopping center, and people would be intrigued. How convenient! Wikipedia:
In 1961, Winrock Shopping center was completed as a joint venture between soon-to-be Arkansas governor Winthrop Rockefeller and the University of New Mexico on a sandy lot at the edge of I-40. The development included a covered shopping center (the first for Albuquerque and New Mexico) with Safeway, J.C. Penney, Fedway and Montgomery Ward. A freestanding movie theater and attached motor hotel opened in 1963.
It's a mall no more. It was demolished and replaced with an "open-air mixed-use center." Because no one wants to shop inside in July. In New Mexico.