Hotels in Texas
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.
The property opened in 1985 and became part of the "Green Hotels Association" in 1991. The hotel was designed to support ecological consciousness; the photovoltaic system powers about 20% of its energy.
Houston's Four Seasons delivers all the sublime comfort, service, and dining that are trademarks of this hotel group.
A lobby furnished with Burmese-style antiques, and larger-than-average rooms, located in the business district of Las Colinas.
A favorite for Hill Country vacationers, Spencer Guest Cottages are located in Wimberley on the Blanco River, less than 40 miles from Austin.
1854 Spanish-colonial school transformed into a lovely hotel with French doors and courtyard fountains on the River Walk.
Surrounded by 400 acres of North Texas hills and minutes from downtown, with 431 rooms and a spa.
Business travelers love Omni hotels. Rooms are typically spacious, amenities such as bedside lighting and complimentary WiFi are standard, and the service is friendly and efficient, whether you’re looking for overnight dry cleaning or a 5 AM coffee and newspaper.
This Hays county bed and breakfast was built from scratch to be a Hill Country destination. Situated on 88 acres near Austin, the Inn has 12 guest rooms, including two stand-alone cottages, Thelma’s and Maurice’s. Owners Janie and John Orr traded the empty nest feeling for owning an inn.
A bit of convincing English pretension snugly situated on a wooded lot near the Galleria mall, the St. Regis is the suburban answer to downtown's Four Seasons.
Just outside Austin’s city limits, the Lake Austin Spa Resort has 40 ranch-style guest rooms facing a sparkling lake where tame geese paddle between rowing sculls.
Hotelier Liz Lambert’s newest property is a music-inspired retreat in a former Victorian manse. Pearl Jam and Dave Matthews were recent guests.