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Hotel Saint George, hotel in Marfa

Featuring a fitness center, bar and views of city, Hotel Saint George is located in Marfa, 26 miles from Alpine Amtrak Station.

This hotel was absolutely perfect. From the space itself, location, amenities. The Rooms, the staff, the restaurant…. Probably one of the best places I’ve stayed
Scored 8.9
8.9
Rated excellent
Excellent
295 reviews
Price from$245per night
Thunderbird Hotel, hotel in Marfa

Located in Marfa, 27 miles from Alpine Amtrak Station, Thunderbird Hotel has accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a garden and a shared lounge.

The pool and the simplicity
Scored 8.1
8.1
Rated very good
Very Good
78 reviews
Price from$135per night
The Hotel Paisano, hotel in Marfa

The Hotel Paisano is located in Marfa, 26 miles from Alpine Amtrak Station.

Beautiful property! Very quiet and relaxing. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
Scored 8.4
8.4
Rated very good
Very Good
44 reviews
Price from$232.70per night
Riata Inn - Marfa, hotel in Marfa

Located in Marfa, Riata Inn - Marfa is 26 miles from Alpine Amtrak Station. There's a seasonal outdoor pool and guests can use free WiFi and free private parking.

Very clean and spacious
Scored 8.1
8.1
Rated very good
Very Good
324 reviews
Price from$109per night
El Cosmico, hotel in Marfa

Located in Marfa in the Texas region and Alpine Amtrak Station reachable within 27 miles, El Cosmico has accommodations with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a garden and free private parking.

Such a cute place, the bed was comfortable, the trailer patio had great views, fun to walk around, great for kids, shop was fun to look at, coffee was great, and it was a quiet, comfortable stay.
Scored 8.6
8.6
Rated excellent
Excellent
98 reviews
Price from$89per night
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What Guests Said About Marfa:

  • Scored 10
    10

    Marfa is such a cute town. It was our second visit.

    Marfa is such a cute town. It was our second visit. I definitely recommend Chinati if you like art. The Donald Judd exhibit was amazing. The history of the site is also interesting. It was a Nazi POW work camp. So the juxtaposition of the clean lines and interesting art of Judd in a site that had such a disturbing original use was interesting. Also the lines of the building with the lines of the works and then the windows to the landscape beyond was fantastic. I'd see the outdoor works last visit, but I like the indoor even more. The shops and galleries in town were super cute. We ate at a great restaurant (James Beard nominee in Marfa), had coffee in a lovely coffee shop and lunch in a great sandwich place. And of course, Prada Marfa is worth a pic on your way out of town!
    Juli
    United States of America
  • Scored 10
    10

    Just staying part of a day and overnight.

    Just staying part of a day and overnight. Enjoyed the bagels at Aster Marfa and lunch at Angels. Both were small intimate restaurants with good food. Very quaint but not fancy. Friendly atmosphere of locals and tourists.
    Pamela
  • Scored 6.0
    6.0

    I would not recommend a trip to Marfa unless there is a...

    I would not recommend a trip to Marfa unless there is a specific interest in something there. They have a music festival in September(?)each year. The town is kind of a failed art experiment. Food and service at the Hotel Paisano was great. A great Dairy Queen. You can see everything you want to see in half a day tops.
    Kristi
    United States of America
  • Scored 8.0
    8.0

    2-3 days is just enough to enjoy Marfa and get a taste of...

    2-3 days is just enough to enjoy Marfa and get a taste of Big Bend. Just make sure to plan your meals and shopping in advance! Most restaurants and stores are only open a handful of hours each day. Go to Para Llevar for incredible wood-fired pizza & Sentinel for great coffee/vibes! There are no public EV chargers as of Dec-2023 unfortunately.
    NickInDC
    United States of America
  • Scored 10
    10

    This is a town between two worlds.

    This is a town between two worlds. One is an up-and-coming art center populated by creative types who see something special in Marfa's old bones. The other is Tex-Mex townspeople who seem totally at home in their high-desert West Texas landscape. The two groups appear to like each other a lot, which gives Marfa a surprisingly high-energy feel. The artists have found something unique and as a result the natives feel unique.
    Patrick
  • Scored 10
    10

    Desert oasis for artists and art lovers.

    Desert oasis for artists and art lovers. I recommend making reservations online ahead of time to plan gallery visits or you may feel a bit lost. The Prada exibit is a 25 minute drive outside of town so plan accordingly. The best time to visit is the weekend because most restaurants are open Fri-Sun.
    Jarad
    United States of America