With in-room record players, album lending libraries, and, in one case, a vinyl concierge, hotels around the state are embracing the record renaissance.
La Colombe d’Or reopens with a glistening new tower and redesigned garden bungalows, but the heart of the hotel is its historic 1920s mansion.
With packages designed for Texans, these new luxe lodging options feature museum-quality paintings, sculpture, and other artwork.
This scrappy town on the edge of the Big Bend region has a trendy motel, pistol-packing waitresses, and starry nights aplenty.
The Thompson Dallas hotel has transformed the First National Bank tower into a sleek and sophisticated space. Luxury residences and shops are coming soon, too.
While some interior design seeks to bring the outdoors in, Bunkhouse Group’s eighth hotel encourages guests to luxuriate in Austin’s mild climate year-round.
After a decade-long effort, developers says they’ve secured the funding they need for a $65 million, three-year renovation.
The Statler isn’t the only historic Big-D property to get an overhaul.
The El Rey Court offers Southwestern decor and Texan hospitality just off Highway 66.
Historic renovations and new modern developments give travelers and locals alike more options for lodging, restaurants, and shopping.
San Antonio’s Hotel Emma and Austin’s South Congress Hotel take prized spots on the list.
As a recent study of hotel booking trends pointed out, us Texans prefer to vacation in Texas. Since our last roundup of the state's most notable lodgings was in 2004, I thought it was high time to revisit the subject. So
She’s the avatar of cool for the inn crowd’s in crowd. Thirteen years ago the native Odessan, a UT and UT Law grad, purchased a seedy motel on South Congress Avenue, in Austin, and transformed it, with the help of San Antonio’s Lake/Flato architects and designer pals from California, into