Stay on a week night, as prices goes up significantly on Friday and Saturday. We had an outside room with a window, but the view was various rooftops. The bed and pillows were terribly hard. The couple we were traveling with had a soft bed and pillows. Room 403, is very small, has a one-way walking path. Watch out for the low foot board. We hit our knees the first time walking around the bed. In the bathroom very little room for a woman to store products. Lighting in the bathroom is not for women applying makeup. Also you have to lean over sink to look closely in the mirror. Managment needs to install a swing out mirror on the side wall. Location is ideal if your spending a night after exploring the square or eating at Ricks.
Food at Ricks was delicious. Very hard to decide what to order, as so many delicious, appealing entrees.
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- Blending old-world charm with an emphasis on style, the Grand Hotel is regarded as one of the best luxury hotels in Texas. Built in 1880, this landmark building, which originally housed the Heard Opera House and Heard Mercantile store, is located on the historic downtown square surrounded by shops and restaurants. Each individually-designed room features granite bathrooms and rich decor, pillow-top mattresses, and luxurious Italian Frette robes and linens. ... more less
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