The Holland Hotel



209 West Holland Avenue AlpineSee nearby area


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Some renovations suck all the charm out of a historic property, and some don't go far enough. But sometimes they get it just right. Built in 1928 and beautifully renovated in 2009, the Holland is a Spanish Colonial building furnished in an understated, hacienda-style decor that retains all of its 1930s charm, but with just the right contemporary touches.

Add in a lovely (and free!) breakfast, and you'll feel downright pampered. Fair warning: the train tracks go right by here, so wear the provided earplugs lest you hear a friendly woo-woo in the night.

Our independent authors have visited The Holland Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Alpine.

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Featuring on-site dining and free wireless internet, this boutique hotel is 1 mile from Sul Ross University in Alpine, Texas.

The guest rooms at The Holland Hotel are styled with a warm colour palette, custom bedding, and local artefacts. Each room also includes modern features such as a flat-screen TV, microwave, a refrigerator, and coffee service.

Parking is available on location at Holland Hotel, and pets are welcome. A business centre and a souvenir shop are accessible on site.

Guests will enjoy a hot breakfast buffet each morning. Century Bar & Grill serves Southern American cuisine for lunch and dinner at The Holland. The menu features dishes like fried green tomatoes and chili spiced salmon.

Museum of the Big Bend is less than 1 mile from the hotel. Kokernot Field is within 5 minutes’ drive.

Important information

You must show a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all special requests cannot be guaranteed and are subject to availability upon check-in. Additional charges may apply.

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