Hotels in Texas
Located among the limestone hills, caves, and rivers of Hill Country, the 190-room Y.O. Ranch calls Kerrville home. Although in downtown, it is still reminiscent of the prairie; the lobby is decorated with game heads, exposed wood beams, and antiques from the area.
Built in 1886 by cattleman and ex-Confederate Colonel Jesse Driskill, whose goal was to create a “frontier palace,” The Driskill continues to be one of the most well-known hotels in Texas and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The acclaimed Inn at Dos Brisas is a 300-acre, luxury ranch retreat located in Washington, Texas between Houston and Austin. The ultra-exclusive property has only four casitas, each outfitted with country chic décor, a king bed with 1,200-thread count sheets, and fireplaces.
From its dominant vantage point on a high hill in Oak Cliff, the Belmont Hotel commands spectacular views of the Dallas skyline. The only word of warning guests should heed before booking a room is that once they arrive, they may never want to leave.
Established in 1912 by beer magnate Adolphus Busch, this downtown hotel has welcomed A-list guests like Queen Elizabeth II, Babe Ruth, and Donald Trump.
Near the center of the Strand Historic District, and with an elegant portico entrance and a four-story atrium lobby with palm trees and glass elevators, the European-style hotel has 119 rooms and suites, each with Victorian styling, enamel and wrought-iron beds, black and white furnishings, and m
The Dallas icon of luxury, founded in 1980 when oil heiress Caroline Rose Huntturned a circa-1925 cotton magnate’s mansion into an outstanding property, undertook a full freshening up for its 30th anniversary.
Oasis with a clay-tiled roof on a mesquite- and live oak-covered plateau 30 minutes from the historic downtown.
You’ll find convivial hosts, frilly furnishings, and reasonable rates at the Victorian inn, set among rose gardens and grape arbors.