Hotels in Texas

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Built in the 1920s, this prairie-style, five-room inn sits on a lush green lawn anchored by a gazebo. Of the five rooms, all of which are drenched in... Read More

Life at the 725-acre Dixie outside of Bandera, Texas, revolves around horses, hard work, and hardy meat-filled meals such as brisket, ribs, and huge... Read More

The lowest rates at this all-suite hotel hover just over $200, which is pushing the criteria for this list. But for that price you get a larger room... Read More

You could walk to UT from the Doubletree, but the hotel also has an on-demand shuttle service to nearby spots that will come in handy when you don’t... Read More

The Driskill has an opulent, Western look befitting a hotel created by a cattle baron. Attractions including the Capitol and Sixth Street are an easy... Read More

On an 18-acre plot here, hotelier Liz Lambert has created the ultimate retreat for couples looking to get away from it all—El Cosmico, a... Read More

The location of this hotel makes it easy for you and the fam to enjoy South Congress Avenue, the Capitol and downtown, Barton Springs Pool and the... Read More

Austin's Four Seasons is known for excellent service and its views over Lady Bird Lake. The location of the hotel allows you to explore both downtown... Read More

This downtown oasis has hosted Austin's most notable visitors, from the Dalai Lama to Sally Field. Like most of the properties in the Four Seasons... Read More

Unpretentious oasis on Lady Bird Lake; public spaces are distinctly Southwestern (a hide-covered sofa and the like).  Read More

Houston's Four Seasons delivers all the sublime comfort, service, and dining that are trademarks of this hotel group. Guest rooms are generously scaled,... Read More

Choose from one of 431 guest rooms or 26 suites at this luxury retreat that is moments from downtown Dallas. Customer service is of top priority here,... Read More

The Southern Georgian-style home outside of Roanoke has generous front porches and five unfussy rooms with beautiful crown molding, nine-foot ceilings,... Read More

This idyllic mini-city under a dome—complete with rivers, bridges, restaurants and shops—feels like something out of the Truman Show. Kids... Read More

Though outside of Dallas city limits, this Marriott property in Grapevine still offers guests a true taste of Texas. Overlooking Lake Grapevine with its... Read More

With an 80,000-square-foot indoor waterpark and activities such as story time and the arts and crafts-filled Cub Club, this resort caters taps into the... Read More

There are 30 individually decorated rooms at this downtown inn, a Victorian-style mansion next to Gruene Hall, each with its own private backroom and... Read More

The property opened in 1985 and became part of the "Green Hotels Association" in 1991. The hotel was designed to support ecological consciousness; the... Read More

If you're coming to Austin ready to eat (and you should), the Heywood, opened by George Reynolds and Kathy Setzer in 2012, puts you within walking... Read More

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