Are planning on having family coming into town this month? Maybe your parents are eager to see your graduation, or you’ve roped your cousins into helping you move. Whatever the case, do them the small favor of not expecting them to sleep on your floor.
Instead, consider the following quick guide to hotels in college station where they can get a quality night’s sleep before checking out TAMU’s school grounds:
The One-Stop Guide to Hotels in College Station
If they need something cheap and close… Econo Lodge at College Station. This is the ideal choice for relatives who just want something cheap and easy. Here, they’ll enjoy a free continental breakfast, outdoor swimming pool access, and they can even bring their pets. Best of all, it’s two blocks from Northpoint Crossing and some rooms are available for under $50. Another close alternative for a tiny bit more money is the Super 8 at College Station.
If they want something that is new and cutting edge (but oh so Southern classic)… The George. The George plans to open its doors for the first time this summer. So, if your family isn’t able to book just yet, definitely keep it in mind for future travels. Especially as it’s already promising to be a Texan one-of-a-kind hotel. Located around the block, this hotel reflects back on College Station’s days as a popular Texas rail stop. It’s an upscale kind-of-place place billing itself as a true Southern gent full of boutique hotel amenities.
If they want in-room amenities and a great location at a fair price… Vineyard Court Designer Suites Hotel. Book on a competitive travel site and enjoy prices for this all-suite hotel starting in the mid-$80 range. Guests can choose between studio, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom rooms. Most all of which feature marble soaking tubs, flat-screen TVs, rainfall showerheads, and optional full kitchens. Relatives and friends who enjoy relaxing outdoors will especially appreciate the Tuscan-inspired courtyard and outdoor pool. Other selling points include a complimentary Continental breakfast and access to an evening social hour in the courtyard complete with wine, snacks, and desserts. This hotel is about a 25-minute walk or 5-minute drive from Northpoint at the opposite end of campus.
Of course, for those who aren’t big on hotels, there’s also always AirBnB in College Station. Contact us to learn more about best hotel booking tips as well as advice on moving in or out.