The hotel was a pleasant surprise; being a former GM of a resort hotel, I know the effort that goes into making a stay, a pleasant experience. The hotel was clean, the staff courteous, the coffee was always fresh and available, and the breakfast was good. I did call down to the desk about a stained foot stool in our assigned room and it was changed within 5 minutes by a courteous maintenance staff. Not only was the hotel nice; but felt the price was very competitive. I'd stay there again.
Traveller from Ben Wheeler, TX
Situated in San Marcos, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of John Stokes Park, John J. Stokes Sr. San Marcos River Park …More
"Gruene Hall: We came to town to watch Kyle Park "
We came to town to watch Kyle Park at the legendary Gruene Hall on Friday night. We spent Saturday visiting the surrounding cities. Will visit many dates in the near future and look forward at staying with you.
Traveller from Cut and Shoot, TX
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Aquarena Springs Museum, Ramon Lucio Memorial Park …More
The staff was very helpful and nice. They have a great stocked "pantry" area where you can get food, medicine and different items you may want. Our room was very large and had all of the comforts of home. This was our first time to stay at a Candlewood but we will be back.
Situated in the business district, this hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Aquarena Springs Museum and 3 mi (4.9 km) from San Marcos …More
Between Austin and San Antonio, San Marcos knows how to whoop it up. Locals often point to Texas State University as party central, but geography plays a role in the town’s reputation. Each summer, heat-weary Texans go tubing at the San Marcos River, known for its constant 72-degree waters. San Marcos is also known for its outlet malls, which are among the largest shopping complexes in America.