I stayed two nights here during a solo trip to New Braunfels. I arrived very late on a Friday, but the hotel staff was still very accommodating. It's a small hotel with small rooms, but appeared new and very clean. I did not have a chance to eat at the restaurant, but the bar looked popular and had live music. I stayed on the second floor, but the music did not cause any noise problems. Parking was free in the lot/alley behind the hotel or on the street in front.
Located in the heart of Seguin, this historic hotel is steps from Central Park and World's Oldest Largest Pecan. Sebastopol …More
This was our second stay at this hotel. It is clean, quiet and near food. For us it was the price that made us book again. Compared to other hotels in the area it is an excellent choice. You get a great quality stay at a much lower price. We didn't lack for much. If staying a long period with more than 2 people the room is on the small side but Still very nice
Situated in Seguin, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of ZDT's Amusement Park, Texas Agriculture Education and Heritage …More
I stay at Hampton Inns or Hilton Garden Inn when I absolutely need a good nights sleep. Their mattresses and pilows are the best that I have found. Their staffs and front desk accomodations are very nice as well. The standard design rooms are little undersized for the price versus the newer room designs offered by Hampton.
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Situated in Seguin, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Texas Agriculture Education and Heritage Center, ZDT's Amusement …More
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It's easy to go nuts in Seguin; after all, Seguin and its home county are fertile grounds for pecan farming. Conveniently, the town is also home to a nutcracker museum. Architecture buffs will love Seguin's well-preserved downtown, where Victoriana collides with the Old West. And in the west side of town, faith and education go hand-in-hand at Texas Lutheran University.