Hotels in Texas
Located in Texas’ capital city, Hotel San José is a quaint hotel in the center of Austin’s bohemian South Congress district. This Texas hotel offers a pool, bar and serene garden. Looking for one of the most historic hotels in Texas? Check out the Magnolia Hotel in Houston. The 23-story space was erected in 1923 and boasts beautiful views of the Christ Church Cathedral. Be sure to take the elevator up to the top floor where you can view the entire city from the open-air roof deck.
One of the best hotels in Texas, Hotel Zaza is feels like a French-Mediterranean villa. With marble baths, crystal chandeliers and African prints, the hotel drips with sophistication. Be sure to take a cool dip in the pool where many celebrities are known to hang out. The Texas desert offers the Lajitas Golf Resort & Spa, a giant resort located on 27,000 acres of land near Big Bend National Park. Guests may be two hundred miles from the nearest town, but they will find that everything they need is right at their fingertips. From a relaxing spa to the general store to a restaurant and salon, the resort has it all. And the championship golf course is not to be forgotten, of course.
Limestone building on 300 acres, next door to Sea World, that is a playground for families, thanks to amenities like its own 4-acre water park.
This John Wayne movie set of a resort, complete with tumbleweeds and horses tied to hitching posts, is on 27,000 acres of desert and mountains near Big Bend National Park, in far southwest Texas.
From companion goldfish available upon request to chilled peach tea in the lobby, the Kimpton Palomar Hotel is all about the little extras.
At the peaceful Star of Texas B&B, just four miles from Brownwood, guests can stroll 25 acres, spend the night in a tepee or cottage, and relax under the starlit Texas sky.
Overlooking Uptown's McKinney Avenue, ZaZa is a French Mediterranean-inspired villa that also incorporates styles from across the globe. Public spaces are adorned with crystal chandeliers and imported African prints, but the highlight here is the design of the hotel's 153 guestrooms.
Built in the Texas Hill Country-style with a stone façade, the River Oaks Lodge is surrounded by huge, old oak trees and located across the road from the scenic Guadalupe River.
The elegant hotel dates to 1912 and rises 17 stories above downtown. Grab a drink in the lobby bar, with its ornate Tiffany-glass dome.
Hotelier Liz Lambert has injected this formerly dilapidated 1950’s motel with some quirky modern style, juxtaposing contemporary design with Western touches.
At this supersize resort just north of Houston, all 445 accommodation options, ranging from luxury suites to two-bedroom villas, have private balconies with lake or golf course views.
Spacious rooms at this Uptown district hotel are reminiscent of small beach cottage-style appointments, decorated in shades of blues and violets, with murals of flowers or seascapes and hardwood floors.