La Vida Nueva on Route 66, Close to the Rio Grande

La Vida Nueva is a residential neighborhood in part, with some commercial space including Burlington, and it is home to Atrisco Park and Atrisco Little League with lots of fields for rec play for both children and adults. Here are some of the highlights of La Vida Nueva neighborhood.

Best Hotels in La Vida Nueva

Picture of Sandia Peak Inn - Albuquerque	4614 Central Ave SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105

If you have family in town that needs a place to stay, check out the Sandia Peak Inn. The Sandia Peak Inn captures the Route 66 nostalgia with its neon sign and classically bold colors. It’s also very affordable and it has a fitness center, indoor swimming pool, and free breakfast. One Google reviewer, Linda H., shared,

“My sister and I stayed here the end of July on our Route 66 end-to-end trip. It was the only hotel we stayed 2 nights. We arrived in Albuquerque looking for a suitable motel. We saw the good reviews and called. This did not disappoint. The owner couldn’t have been more willing to please. Unlike many other places along Route 66 here, it looked safe, had plenty of parking, and had walkable dining options.”

Best Restaurants in La Vida Nueva

Picture of Bob's Burgers 4506 Central Ave SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105

There are many fast-food restaurants in La Vida Nueva that makes grabbing food easy. You can get a burger at Bob’s Burger, which is a New Mexico classic. There are 11 of them in Albuquerque, including the one here on La Vida Nueva. They’re famous for the Ranchero Burger and their extra-long hot dog. They also have taco burgers, which as you can imagine, is a burger on a hard taco shell. 

Another place to grab food in La Vida Nueva is Panda Express. This is a drive-thru or sit-down Chinese food chain that has healthy options like steamed veggies and classics like breaded and fried orange chicken.

Driving Directions from Bob’s Burger to Bosque Heating, Cooling and Plumbing

Drive 17 min (9.3 miles)
Bob’s Burgers
4506 Central Ave SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105, United States

Get on I-40 E from Central Ave SW/U.S. Rt. 66 and Rio Grande Blvd NW
7 min (2.2 mi)

Head northeast toward Central Ave SW/U.S. Rt. 66
154 ft

Turn left toward Central Ave SW/U.S. Rt. 66
59 ft

Turn right onto Central Ave SW/U.S. Rt. 66
1.3 mi

Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Rio Grande Blvd NW
0.7 mi

Turn right to merge onto I-40 E
0.2 mi

Continue on I-40 E. Take I-25 N to Pan American Frontage Rd N. Take exit 230 from I-25 N
6 min (6.2 mi)

Merge onto I-40 E
1.6 mi

Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 159B-159C to merge onto I-25 N toward Santa Fe
4.4 mi

Take exit 230 toward San Mateo Blvd/Osuna Rd
0.1 mi

Continue on Pan American Frontage Rd N to your destination
3 min (0.9 mi)

Merge onto Pan American Frontage Rd N
0.3 mi

Use the left lane to turn left onto San Mateo Blvd NE
249 ft

Continue onto Osuna Rd NE
0.1 mi

Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Pan American Fwy NE
0.4 mi

Turn right
Destination will be on the left
285 ft
Bosque Heating Cooling and Plumbing
5901 Pan American Fwy #D1, Albuquerque, NM 87109, United States

Air Purifiers and Ozonators for Albuquerque Homes and Businesses

For those concerned with the indoor air quality of their home or workplaces, there are other solutions as well. Ask the team at Bosque about UV lights that improve the air quality of a space, and also the option to install an Ozonator. These machines put a safe percentage of ozone into the air in your home or business to help purify the air. 

I live in a new home in Stinson Tower. Why would I need to worry about the indoor air quality?

It is counterintuitive, but actually new homes are full of potential toxins that seep out of building materials like flooring and paint. In fact, your indoor air quality isn’t “pure” unless you take actions to make it so. Without any air purification steps, the air outside is much cleaner than the air in your home.