Be prepared -- This is not the romantic hilltop inn that appears on their website. It is a drive up motel surrounded by an abandoned bowling alley, a Walmart and a bunch of strip malls and gas stations. The photos on the website are extremely deceiving.
We reserved two of the loft rooms for our extended family because we were traveling with four young children and the lofts looked like a nice option. Wow, were we wrong. For starters, the circular stairs up to the room were frighteningly wobbly and the space between the rungs on the bannister are big enough for a young child to fall through. The rooms were just awful - smelly, dark and dingy. We asked to trade and were shown two "partially renovated" rooms that were also smelly and dark, but with new furniture that was too big for the space. No good. So they showed us a completely renovated cabana room. That was better and we decided to stay. So ask for a "completely renovated" room.
Another tip - the pool is very pretty, but it is not heated. None of the pools are, so swimming in February was impossible - even for our kids.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 166 rooms, With native stone architecture and proximity to the beautiful Guadalupe River, the Inn of the Hills is the landmark hotel for the Texas Hill Country. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Inn Of The Hills Resort And Conference
- Inn Of The Hills Hotel Kerrville
- Hotel Of The Hills Conference