Hotels in El Paso

Discover what El Paso has to offer

Brimming with diversity and charm, El Paso is a well-loved city in the westernmost part of Texas. Bathed in year-round sunshine, it is known for many things, not least being its incredible views. With the stunning Rio Grande River flowing through the Chihuahuan Desert and the awesome Franklin Mountains State Park, it is truly spectacular. Whether you want to go rock-climbing in the McKilligon Canyon or ‘spelunking’ (exploring caves) on the Aztec Cave Trail, El Paso is bursting with natural beauty for you to discover.

For those that would rather explore the incredible architecture and heritage thriving in the city, downtown El Paso is a bustling scene of culture. It is teeming with shops, galleries, restaurants, and museums to immerse yourself in. Why not treat yourself to an authentic pair of cowboy boots when you’re visiting? After all, you’re in the boot capital of the world.

Culture in El Paso

El Paso is steeped in culture and history, proudly owning the title of the oldest city in Texas. But its age isn’t the only thing giving it a thriving multi-cultural heritage; this Texan city also shares a large, international border with Mexico. So, you’ll find plenty of Mexican influence throughout the city, with historic sites and old Mexican Markets to discover around every corner. Not to mention, El Paso is world-renowned for having some of the best Tex-Mex cuisine in the State. Whether you’re enjoying a traditional Mexican breakfast at a family-run cafe, or you’re quenching your thirst with a Margarita in a friendly, downtown bar, you’ll never be far from delicious, authentic food.

Popular hotel offers in El Paso

Top 7 Hotels in El Paso

1. Hotel Paso Del Norte, Autograph Collection

If you’re looking for luxury, history, and premium service, Hotel Paso Del Norte is for you. Situated downtown within the business district, it is an iconic landmark in the city, surrounded by incredible views of the Franklin Mountains. Within the hotel is everything you might wish for, including a stunning rooftop pool, three signature restaurants, and a luxurious on-site spa.

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2. DoubleTree by Hilton El Paso Downtown

A contemporary hotel well suited for families, couples, and solo travellers alike, DoubleTree by Hilton El Paso Downtown is perfect for anyone looking for a chilled-out stay. With fantastic amenities like a modern fitness centre, restaurant, and outdoor pool, it has everything you could need to unwind. Not only that but it is in a fantastic location within close proximity of the city centre, El Paso Zoo, and Wet n Wild Water World too.

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3. La Quinta Inn by Wyndham El Paso - Airport

Comfortable, reliable, and friendly are just some of the words that come to mind when describing La Quinta Inn by Wyndham El Paso - Airport. Only 20 minutes walk from the city centre, it is the perfect accommodation for anyone who wants a family-friendly atmosphere, including pets. With bright, spacious rooms, this beautifully designed hotel has plenty of amenities to make your stay memorable.

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4. Holiday Inn El Paso Airport

With exceptional service that is ‘second to none’, Holiday Inn El Paso Airport Hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Each guest room comes equipped with a microwave, refrigerator, and Keurig coffee maker. Pair these with the complimentary High Speed WiFi and you’re all set for a perfect holiday. For those travelling to El Paso for work, the 24-hour business and fitness centre has your back, helping you balance career and play the right way.

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5. The Soluna Hotel

A ‘home away from home’, The Soluna Hotel is a classic building that will give you a true taste of El Paso. With convenient access to popular landmarks such as the El Paso County Coliseum, it is a budget-friendly option for anyone wanting to experience as much as possible in Texas’ oldest city. Plus, with free parking it is a great place to base yourself if you’re going on a road trip to explore more of the Lone Star State.

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6. Radisson Hotel El Paso Airport

No matter why you’re travelling to El Paso, Radisson Hotel El Paso Airport has everything you need to make your stay complete. Elegant and comfortable, you can spend your downtime relaxing in one of two pools, making the most of the state-of-the-art equipment in the 24/7 fitness centre, or chilling out in your room in front of the flat-screen TV. Outside of the hotel you are conveniently close to a number of different locations, from the University of Texas at El Paso research facilities to the Medical Centre of Americas and much more.

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7. Hampton Inn & Suites El Paso West

With a free shuttle service to any El Paso attractions within ten miles, the Hampton Inn and Suites El Paso West is perfect for explorers looking to see every corner of this historic, Texan city. It is a modern, refreshing venue, offering free parking, WiFi, and pet-friendly rooms. Not only that, but daily hot breakfast is also complementary, so you can easily fuel up ready for a day of discovery and adventure.

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FAQs when booking a hotel in El Paso

There is no bad area to stay in El Paso, but we recommend staying Downtown to get the best experience.

There are many luxury hotels in El Paso, but for a truly luxurious experience we recommend Hotel Paso Del Norte.

El Paso is famous for its fantastic weather and its delectable Tex-Mex cuisine.

There’s no bad time of year to visit El Paso, but for those looking for sun, the spring and autumn months provide near perfect weather.

January is the coldest month in El Paso with average high temperatures barely hitting 12°C (55°F).

The hottest month is July, averaging a temperature of 36°C (97°F).

El Paso is one of the driest places in Texas. August is the wettest month, with 7.2 days of rain.

El Paso has been nicknamed ‘The Sun City’ because the sun shines 302 days a year.

Juarez is less than 10 miles from El Paso and can be accessed via a walking bridge or in under 30 minutes by car.