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Texas design guru and hotelier Liz Lambert could make a radish look cool...
Harbor House Hotel And Marina
Stay among the shops and museums of the Pier 21 complex in the heart of the historic Strand District. Rustic touches accent the 42 large, comfy rooms occupying a recreated, wharfside warehouse. You have good views of the harbor through smallish windows.
Just two miles west of downtown, this stylish 1940s bungalow hotel is a fabulously low-key antidote to Dallas' flashier digs, with a touch of mid-century modern design and more than its share of soul...
First opened in 1907, this 52-room place clings to its cowboy past with Western-themed art, cowboy-inspired rooms and a grand Old West lobby with lots of leather...
Inn Of The Hills Resort And Conference Center
The renovated rooms that open onto the pool were a lovely surprise; they were among the nicest we saw in town. However, the unrenovated rooms have a lot of catching up to do, so make sure you know what you're getting when you book...
Texas Hotel Fort Worth
This 1939 'cattleman's home away from home' is a good deal, smack in the center of the Stockyards action. It's a real find, with simple, clean rooms decorated with framed Western art.
La Posada Hotel
Far and away the best choice in Laredo, this hacienda-style hotel occupies a complex of buildings dating from 1916 (originally a high school)...
Hotel Za Za Houston
Hip, flamboyant and fabulous. From the bordello-esque colors to zebra accent chairs, everything about Hotel ZaZa is good fun – and surprisingly unpretentious...
The Holland Hotel
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...
Every city should have a beautiful old historic hotel made out of native stone, preferably built in the late 1800s by a wealthy cattle baron...
Howard Johnson Beaumont
This comfortable older place features a pool and free breakfast bar. The 119 rooms have fridges and microwaves although the wi-fi reception in some is dodgy.
White Sands Motel
If you want to experience a hard-core fisherman's life, stop in Port Isabel (before you cross the bridge) to eat or stay at Marchan's White Sands Motel, Marina & Restaurant.
Rittiman Inn And Suites
This independently owned motel on the north side of town is a bit of a surprise...
A moving cog-and-wheel sculpture in the stylish lobby hints at the building's Industrial Revolution–era beginnings. Urbane elegance continues throughout. Don't miss the breathtaking, cantilevered rooftop pool area.
Houston Airport Marriott At George Bush...
This place couldn't be closer to George Bush Intercontinental Airport because it's in George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Splash in the outdoor pool while jets roar overhead.
La Quinta Inn Tyler
The best among the chain options is the LaQuinta Inn a mile west of Hwy 69.
Mcm Elegante Hotel And Event Center Lubbock
Something of a tower by local standards, the 70 rooms here are arrayed over six stories. Business travelers appreciate the large work desks; anyone in need of a dip will appreciate the indoor pool.
The Lancaster Hotel
Original marble and old-fashioned decor make this gracious hotel feel more like London than Houston. Say cheers with a gimlet in the Lancaster Bistro, where old-school bartenders preside over a chatty post-theater crowd.
Magnolia Hotel Houston
Layerd in luxurius velvet and damask, with pops of modern color, rooms in this downtown hotel are both stylish and comfortable. Don't miss the free happy hour at the Lounge from 5pm until 7pm.
Feel like royalty (yes, Queen Elizabeth has stayed here) the old-fashioned way. The 422-room Adolphus takes us back to the days when gentlemen wore ties and hotels were truly grand, not bastions of ascetic minimalism...
Four Seasons Hotel Austin
Four Seasons luxury done Texas style means leather chairs, cowhide couches and native limestone. It’s like staying on a really swanky ranch, except it’s right downtown on the shores of Lady Bird Lake (views cost extra)...
Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown
After a hot day of sightseeing, this downtown hotel offers good respite. Part of a small chain, it offers rooms with sprightly decor, hardwood floors and extras such as gourmet coffee makers. The 170 rooms are in a restored vintage building.