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Top El Paso Hotels for Tex-Mex Bliss

El Paso is a popular border town with a rich history, where the deserts of the wild west set the stage for this frontier boomtown to become the bustling modern metropolis it is today. The home of the University of Texas at El Paso, it’s just minutes from Juarez and conveniently located at the intersection of Texas, New Mexico, and Chihuahua. Whatever brings you to town, we have the best hotels in El Paso, whether you’re staying for a few hours or an extended stay, and we can point you in the right direction of the best attractions to see while you’re here.  

El Paso Hotels to Explore the Rio Grande

El Paso is rightfully known as “Sun City” thanks to its enviable weather, with bright sunshine more than 300 days a year. Make the most of this enjoyable warmth and head to Franklin Mountains State Park, one of the largest urban parks in the country, spanning more than 24,000 acres. Here, you can find year-round hiking, biking, and picnicking with family-friendly trails and scenic vistas. Explore the scenic Aztec Caves and enjoy the panoramic views from atop North Franklin Summit. We can’t wait to host you at one of our top hotels in El Paso soon for an incredible trip to the heart of Texas. 

Hotels in El Paso Near Las Plazas Arts District

El Paso is famous for its delicious Tex-Mex cuisine, where American and Mexican influences offer up dishes sure to satisfy every palette. Try local favorites like Menudo, tamales and street tacos. Here, you can choose from the wide variety of dining that brings spice and salsa to every meal in the most delectable way. Pair your meal with a Paloma or margarita for a refreshing taste you can only find in El Paso. If wine is more to your taste, you’re in luck. Visit Miller Horse Farm, where you can ride horseback through the vineyard fields before heading to La Vina Winery, New Mexico’s oldest winery.  

Plan Your Getaway to the Best El Paso Hotels

Get ready for a wildly amazing time at the El Paso Zoo. Explore more than 35 acres home to over 200 species, from rare, endangered animals to aquatic specifies and everything in between. Enjoy the live sea lion shows, zoo tram, and splash pad and get to see your favorites, including zebras, giraffes and lions. The scenic beauty of the Franklin Mountains frames the Keystone Heritage Park and the El Paso Desert Botanical Garden. Stroll through the pathways lined with native plants and flowers that guide visitors past the sculptures and artwork found through the gardens. There’s also a dedicated wetlands area featuring species of flora and fauna fed by the rich waters of the Rio Grande that are an archaeological site dating back more than 4,000 years old. 

Stay at our downtown El Paso hotels to truly experience the city’s electric arts and music scene. The El Paso Museum of Art features galleries of European, American, Latin American, and contemporary pieces. Many of the exhibits are bilingual and offered in both English and Spanish, and the museum sees more than approximately 100,000 visitors every year.  

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