We stayed here passing through to New Mexico for a night. They overbooked and ended up giving us their idea of an "upgrade" we had 5 people, their "upgrade" was not big enough. We stayed inside which was nice but also a little hectic, kids were running around unsupervised all hours. The play area is ok my kids are older so we didn't use it. The pool is nice and I like that you have to have a wrist band to get in and out. Their is a resturant in the hotel which we took advantage of, my daughter is a vegetarian and they let her use the salad bar for free. They are under staffed, there was one poor man that was running around all evening trying to take care of everything.
Situated in Odessa, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Presidential Museum and Leadership Library, Ellen Noel Art Museum …More
This is a full service hotel with everything in one location. Airport shuttle, all amenities one needs for a one stop location for business. As there is not much i the way of restaurants in the local it is a bit of an oasis.
Traveller from Sacramento CA
Situated in Odessa, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Presidential Museum and Leadership Library and Ellen Noel …More
Cattle, crude oil, and sonnets are among Odessa's unlikely combo of exports. Visitors can experience Shakespeare at the Ector County seat's replica of London’s famous Globe Theater and even marvel at a full-scale reproduction of Stonehenge at University of Texas, Permian Basin. In the plains just 10 miles from downtown is the nation's 2nd-largest meteor crater with the real fallen star on display.