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Located in Marfa, 26 miles from Alpine Amtrak Station, Riata Inn - Marfa provides accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. The motel features family rooms. The room was a nice surprise, recently renovated maybe. It was great to have a small refrigerator and microwave.
The Hampton Inn Alpine, easily reached on Highway 90 in west Texas, has an indoor pool, whirlpool and a fitness center for guest to use, along with flat-screen TVs in all rooms. No matter what city we’re in, we can always count in Hampton Inn facilities to be cleaned, comfortable, affordable to the area, friendly staff, and having delicious breakfasts! Would recommend repeatedly!
Located in Fort Davis, 24 miles from Alpine Amtrak Station, The Hotel Limpia has accommodations with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a garden and a shared lounge. The suite was awesome and very clean. It is an excellent value for the cost!
Beach House in Alpine is located in Alpine. The accommodation is a 13-minute walk from Alpine Amtrak Station, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi. Location is great - just a few blocks from the main drag and easy to drive to Marfa or Ft Davisn
Although our trip was short - just one night and we arrived on New Year’s Eve, we were pleasantly surprised at the artsy cool vibe of Marfa. Only a few places were open, but we saw cute shops, bars, restaurants and an art gallery. It was a bummer the weather wasn’t goo, as we heard a lot about the stars/lights. This would be a lovely place to stop for a weekend! Lots of good reads to find out more.
diverse, eclectic not your typical main street, small u.s. town. although filled with art galleries, and funky old buildings with retail, situation covid, did a lot of damage. many businesses didn't make it, so it appeared ghostly to us. of the 3 restaurants we ate at, they reduced their menus and are all having difficulty getting staff. seems like a weekend retreat ; nothing really opened before thursday.
Cool little place with a great downtown filled with shops, art, and fun architecture. I don't know that I would make the 11 hour trip to visit just the town, but it was a pleasant surprise along our way. Will be staying again next time we're in the area.
Marfa was such a nice town. Everyone was so friendly and the desert landscapes were spectacular. It is within a good driving distance of many scenic hiking spots. While in Marfa be sure to check out The Marfa Store for lots of unique souvenirs. The pizza at Para Llevar is delicious. Stop by and get a breakfast burrito the size of your head at Marfa Burritos. Take the short drive to Alpine to check out Museum of the Big Bend and if you are up for a fun hike - Hancock Hill to see The Desk. The Chihuahuan Desert Nature Center in Ft. Davis is another spot I recommend for beautiful native plants and nice hiking trails. It is beautiful. Be sure to book online before hand. All in all - Marfa is a great vacation destination. You'll want to stay at least a few days!
This a small town, so quaint yet welcoming. It is very artsy, peaceful and a short drive to many nearby adventures; to Fort Davis, Alpine and Presidio. The drive to and from is very scenic and the roads are well kept. If you like star gazing and good food this is the place to be. The Marfa Burrito restaurant is a bucket list location!
I would definitely recommend Marfa but just when this Covid-craziness has passed because there were hardly any shops or restaurants open. Our family went out to see the lights and they were not disappointed!