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Enjoy Big City and Small Town Texas at These Boutique Hotels

From trendy mega cities like Dallas and Austin, which offer visitors plenty of entertainment, to more charming desert towns, Texas has something for everyone. If you’re traveling through America’s vast and warm Lone Star State, you should get a dose of some of that famous Texas friendliness and hospitality. Check out the following boutique hotels in Texas, so no matter where you decide to visit, you’ll have a great, relaxing getaway.

Enjoy Texan Sports at The Westin Dallas Fort Worth Airport

Though it’s sometimes overlooked in favor of musical Austin, Dallas has come into its own in recent years, commanding high numbers of visitors from all over. Stay at the The Westin Dallas Fort Worth Airport hotel to explore Dallas and position yourself right next to golf courses, college football games, and other great local sporting events. After all, what better way to experience Texas culture than through its sports?

When you get back to your spacious room, you’ll find a signature Heavenly Bed and Heavenly Bath, both designed for your relaxation. The hotel also offers guests a fitness center and a taste of Texan cuisine at its BlueFire Grill.

Experience Trendy NYLO Irving/Las Colinas

If modern hotels and clean, trendy designs are your thing, you’ll love NYLO Irving/Las Colinas. The ultra-spacious hotel rooms feature local art, 10-foot ceilings, and exposed brick walls. Rooms also offer modern touches such as free Wi-Fi and flatscreen TVs. If you want to hang around this chic hotel, you’ll enjoy the two outdoor pools, the fitness center, and the restaurant and bar. Otherwise, get out and explore the nearby Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park Dallas and Grapevine Historic Main Street District.

See Small Town Texas at Embassy Suites Lubbock

The charming farm town of Lubbock is home to Embassy Suites Lubbock, which offers guests two-room suites and executive suites for comfort and convenience. The hotel is especially great for business travelers, with its 24-hour business center and 2,000 square feet of conference space.

The Embassy Suites Lubbock isn’t all about work, though. Relax at the outdoor pool and exercise at the fitness center. Explore Lubbock history and tradition at the nearby National Ranching Heritage Center and the Silent Wings Museum, then relax with a drink at the CapRock Winery.

Splash Around at Schlitterbahn Beach Resort and Waterpark

Enjoy warm, beautiful South Padre Island, with its beautiful beaches, from the comfort of Schlitterbahn Beach Resort and Waterpark. The hotel is perfect for families, as both kids and adults will love the indoor water park, pools, and carousel.

If you want a bite to eat at the end of the day, you can choose from five different on-site restaurants. Then you can spend the night enjoying the hotel’s many planned activities, such as card game nights and dinner shows. If you want to explore the Gulf of Mexico, the hotel can help you arrange a fishing excursion or a horseback ride. Best of all, this beach resort is one of the few in the area open all year round, so you can enjoy it no matter when you visit!

Photo by Jim Nix.



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I'm an actress and travel blogger in Los Angeles. Activites: Writing, taking photos, traveling, exploring, getting in trouble. Addictions: music, coffee, Greece, road trips, the ocean, steaks. I have not yet heard of a single place in this world I didn't want to travel to and explore immediately.

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