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All reviewswest texasgopher holerooms are smallfried steakfull barrestaurant baroverlooking the courtyardjalapeno gravystep back in timenew mexicoin townnice restaurantpleasant surpriseroad tripan oasislittle priceyfresh fruit
Same architect as the Paisano in Marfa, but you can usually find a room here. Clean, quiet, and the morning complimentary breakfast is just right...including a Texas shaped waffle. Pleasant oasis in the courtyard too. Recommended out-of-the-way lodging if heading to 3 national parks or...More
Our family loves the gracious charm of the West Texas boutique hotels designed by Henry Frost which serve as oasis spots in the desert.
The modern iteration of El Capitan includes lovely room furnishings behind solid wood doors so unlike hotel chain establishments. The rooms...More
What a treat: a retreat from the highway in west Texas. A recently restored grand historical hotel; we got a room with a wee balcony over the patio, had an excellent dinner here, free breakfast, and if we're ever passing through with the need to...More
If you've ever been down I10 through West Texas, then you know that it's a long, desolate drive. But, hidden right off of the interstate is this beautiful little jewel, Hotel El Capitan! Excellent, old hotel that's full of history. Excellent service, cozy rooms (especially...More
May, 2018.We had two second floor rooms, both comfortable, cool (temperature wise) and well furnished. Restaurant was very good. The architecture of the building is interesting in a very good way. This sort of hotel is the thing we will all be sorry to lose....More