Hotels, Bistros, and Farms in West Old Town - Albuquerque, NM
West Old Town has a number of hotels, bistros, and farms we’ll discuss in this short post. First, a quick introduction to the area.
West Old Town is a great place to visit if you’re looking for an authentic Alburquerque experience. The neighborhood has many tourist attractions and family-friendly destinations that are right in the city center, making it easy to access whatever your interests may be! Here are some of our favorite things about this historic area:
Best Western Plus Rio Grande Inn
Step into the heart of Old Town Albuquerque at this charming hotel. The Best Western Plus Rio Grande Inn has been a favorite in downtown for nearly 50 years, and it’s easy to see why! Rich with Southwestern décor that will make you feel like royalty from head-toes, guests are welcomed by custom furniture pieces outside their doors as well artwork inside them–all just waiting on YOU! With its convenient location off I-40, this full service hotel offers guests everything they need for an authentic New Mexico experience.
D.H. Lescombes Winery & Bistro
Located in Albuquerque, New Mexico just north of historic Old Town is D.H Lescombes Winery & Bistro - a restaurant with an impressive wine list and menu that pairs food beautifully to its many amazing vintages! They offer a stylish dining experience with delicious food to match! Whether you’re in the mood for some wine, fresh country air, or an evening under starry skies; D H’s got it all right here at their beautiful winery bistro restaurant.
One Google reviewer, Larry C., shared;
“Amazed prices were low for a restaraunt of this caliber! Good service too! I recommend…”
Old Town Farm & Bike In Coffee
The farm has been a part of the city’s landscape since it first opened its doors 44 years ago. But as cities evolve around them, Old Town Farm & Bike In Coffee needs to change with it—keeping its farming roots but adjusting accordingly in order for this iconic landmark not just to survive but thrive. They offer different activities that will make your visit fun. Check their website for availability and contact them to schedule a visit.
Driving Directions from Old Town Farm & Bike In Coffee to Albuquerque Computer & Electronics Recycling Co
Drive 19 min (9.0 miles)
Old Town Farm & Bike In Coffee
949 Montoya St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104, United States
Get on I-40 E from Mountain Rd NW and Rio Grande Blvd NW
5 min (1.3 mi)
Head south on Montoya St NW toward Maximillian Rd NW
Turn left onto Mountain Rd NW
Turn left before Little Anita’s New Mexican Food
Turn right to merge onto I-40 E
Continue on I-40 E. Take I-25 N to Pan American Frontage Rd N/Pan American Fwy NE. Take exit 229 from I-25 N
5 min (5.4 mi)
Merge onto I-40 E
Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 159B-159C to merge onto I-25 N toward Santa Fe
Take exit 229 toward Jefferson St
Take Jefferson St NE to Hawkins St NE
6 min (2.3 mi)
Merge onto Pan American Frontage Rd N/Pan American Fwy NE
Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Jefferson St NE
Turn left onto Hawkins St NE
Destination will be on the left
Albuquerque Computer & Electronics Recycling Co
3726 Hawkins St NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109, United States
Do you do residential recycling pick-ups?
We do not do pick-ups for individuals, only for businesses. However, it’s easy to come by our recycling facility in Albuquerque and simply drop off your old TV. Or, if you happen to be a business with TVs you need to recycle, we can schedule a pick-up for those.
Why is there a charge for TV recycling?
As an Albuquerque electronics recycling center, when we charge a processing fee, it’s to help us cover our costs for the recycling process. If we’re able to sell parts to cover our costs, then we don’t need to charge a fee. But TV recycling is a more involved process, and we have to pay higher prices for recycling some of the components, thus the additional charge.