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Where to stay near Texas State

Houston, Texas
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Where to stay near Texas State

We're coming into town to tour campus and want to stay somewhere nearby the night we get into town. What is a safe clean hotel nearby?

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1. Re: Where to stay near Texas State

San Marcos is a small town. Any of the hotel/motels on I-35 will be convenient. I generally prefer 3-star or higher and use Hotwire or Priceline.

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2. Re: Where to stay near Texas State

Crystal River Inn is where we stay when we are visiting the campus. Mike and Kathy, the owners, can tell you just about anything you want to know about the area. You can walk to the campus and restaurants, a grocery store, a laundromat nearby, etc.

Aside from the convenience (when I was there, I didn't have a car), the breakfast at the Inn is included and absolutely delicious. This is for people who like a bed-and-breakfast atmosphere. It is very comfortable, very spacious. I can't recommend it highly enough. There was a big screen TV in our room, something I usually don't associate with the bed-and-breakfast experience. We also had a lovely large bathroom and two bedrooms in our suite.

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