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.
In a prime location just off the Congress Street bridge and directly across Town Lake from downtown, the Hyatt Regency has 448 rooms decorated in rustic, earthy tones and including triple linen beds with down duvets, dark cherry furnishings, and marble tile bathrooms.
With room names like “Mega Room” and “Wow Suite,” W Dallas–Victory inspires high expectations and, much to the delight of its guests, consistently exceeds them.
Surrounded by 400 acres of North Texas hills and minutes from downtown, with 431 rooms and a spa.
At the chain's first outpost, in Plano, Texas, pod chairs and glass "antler" chandeliers hang from the ceiling, and a "game room/library" is outfitted with pink cowhide rugs, Ultrasuede banquettes, and a stainless-steel bar.
Set in a Queen Anne-style house built in 1909 on what was originally called “Millionaires’ Row,” the Hotel St. Germain opened as a bed-and-breakfast in 1991. A butler is poised at the check-in desk to offer complimentary champagne upon arrival.
A clean and modern chain hotel.
Horseback riding, skeet shooting, and hayrides add Texas twang to this compound outside Austin.
Indulging in maple-and-peppercorn-soaked buffalo tenderloin from celebrity chef Dean Fearing, relaxing with a massage in the 12,000-square-foot spa, heading to lunch in a Bentley town car—these are some of the highlights of a stay at the Ritz-Carlton, Dallas.
An understated counterpoint to its ravishing neighbor, Hotel Icon, the Alden is an exciting player in Houston's downtown revival.
In the limestone and granite hills of Texas Hill Country sits Kerrville, home to this 166-room hotel. Although it has a distinctly Texas flair, a closer look shows a chateau feel, evidence of the European influence of the former Swiss owners.
Through a brass-and-beveled-glass door, you enter into more than just a small luxury hotel—you experience a bit of old New York, transported to Houston's theater district.
While this 1927 Neo-Gothic building still maintains many of its historic features, it also has a modern cantilevered rooftop pool, a Charlie Palmer restaurant, and a $20 million–plus art collection, including works by Andy Warhol and Richard Phillips.