Suite Adventures in El Paso

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Whether your adventures take you into the city or far into the outdoors, these El Paso accommodations will make your time in Texas fun, affordable, and comfortable.

Stately Charm near the Franklin Mountains

The Franklin Mountains is a nearby attraction from this El Paso hotel. Rolling peaks and grassy valleys make up this state park that offers ample activities to adventure-seeking visitors. Find bike trails, rock climbing, and hikes for all levels. After a full day of play, retire to your stately suite in the Camino Real Hotel. For a more modest stay, the property also offers standard rooms, many of which have sweeping views of the distant mountains. All guests enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, turn down service, and access to a fitness center.

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Comforts of Home by the Zoo

Chase Suites Hotel has everything you’d expect to find in a hotel and more. The all suites property puts guests into spacious rooms with full kitchens and separate living spaces. There’s even enough room for pets. Larger parties might consider booking a multiple bedroom suite that includes a two-story floor plan and three LCD TVs. In addition to all the extra space, guests at Chase Suites Hotel will also appreciate its close proximity to many of El Paso’s attractions, including the city Zoo.

Budget Friendly near Hueco Tanks

Guesthouse Suites delivers affordability, convenience, and comfort to all of its guests. Rooms are spacious and outfitted with a separate living area, wet bar, and lighted work desk. Not only that, but this affordable option is also close to many of El Paso’s attractions. One of these points of interest is Hueco Tanks State Park, a unique area between the Franklin and Hueco mountain ranges. Visitors here can climb, hike, and picnic on the larger than life boulders.

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Photo via Flickr by Dana Le

Living Large by the Fountains at Farah

Complete your El Paso adventures with a stay at Embassy Suites. The renowned hotel chain provides guests with a two-bedroom suite and nearly 500 square feet of living space. In addition to the extra large room, guests can enjoy all the hotel’s standard amenities: high thread count linens, complimentary drinks, made-to-order breakfasts, and evening room service. Need a break from your room? Guests also have access to the indoor pool, fitness center, complimentary area shuttles, and 24-hour pantry market.  For nearby attractions, check out The Fountains at Farah where you can shop ’till you drop with everything from home décor to beauty products.

Modern Style Next to Casino and Country Club

Tucked into the foothills of Franklin Mountains is Country Inn & Suites, a small hotel property with big, modern style. Every room is spacious, clean, and well decorated with contemporary elements. The hotel provides complimentary shuttle rides to many nearby attractions.  Consider visiting Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino for an exciting day at the slots. For a more relaxing time, try Coronado Country Club. Here you’ll find a world-class golf course with sweeping views of the surroundings, tennis courts, and a cabana-lined pool. The club also offers dining options for after you work up an appetite. And when you get tired, simply hop back on the shuttle to retire to your modern suite retreat.


Cover photo via Flickr by Dana Le

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Erika is a writer and content creator exploring the globe boldly and slowly one destination at a time. Her travels and rich upbringing as an Asian-American fuel many of her stories where she endeavors to write about the human condition. Although she might presently call NE Florida home, her heart remains listless for her home in Maui. She is an advocate for "experiences over possessions," a Marquez fan, and a self-proclaimed introvert.

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