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El Paso Introduction

Set on the banks of the Rio Grande, El Paso combines time-honored Texan hospitality with contemporary allure. Over the past decade, El Paso has enjoyed an urban revival that has seen trendy hotels, hip restaurants, and even an award-winning microbrewery pop up across the city. Beyond culture, El Paso is a magnet for outdoor lovers. Not only does it boast one of America's largest inner-city parks, but it's also a gateway to the Franklin Mountains and Hueco Tanks, a rock-climbing paradise.

Hotels in El Paso

In downtown El Paso you can take your pick of upscale hotels, including offerings from some well-known chains. You'll enjoy a central location, combined with perks such as swimming pools, fitness centers, and fast WiFi. Luxury hotels in El Paso win over boutique travelers with stylish decor, on-site bars, and rooftop pool decks that are perfect for sipping craft cocktails and enjoying the sunset. Budget travelers are well catered for, and it's possible to find wallet-friendly options without compromising on comfort. Expect spacious rooms and a friendly Southwest welcome.

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Where to stay

Downtown El Paso is a natural choice for most travelers. You'll be within walking distance of the city's top bars and restaurants, not to mention gourmet donut shops, hip cafes, and Mexican eateries. Hotels near the airport are a popular choice if you're arriving late at night or traveling on business. Some are within walking distance of the main terminal and others are a short taxi ride away. Beyond downtown and the airport, you'll find discount hotels and motels strung along the I-10 and clustered around the University of Texas at El Paso.

Things to see

Housed in a former Greyhound station, the El Paso Museum of Art spotlights everything from historic masters, such as Gilbert Stuart, to contemporary names such as James Drake and David Taylor. Abraham Chavez Theatre hosts a vibrant lineup of opera recitals and symphony orchestra performances, while Plaza Theatre presents Broadway-style shows, live music concerts, and comedy acts in a grand Spanish Colonial Revival building. Baseball fans can snag tickets to watch the El Paso Chihuahuas hit homeruns at Southwest University Park. For the best panoramas in town, head up to the summit of Ranger Peak, where you'll be rewarded with sweeping views over El Paso, Texas, and Mexico. If you'd rather focus on the wildlife, Franklin Mountains State Park beckons, with scenic hiking trails and rock climbing routes. Keep an eye out for coyotes, ringtail cats, and other desert animals.

How to get to El Paso

El Paso is perched on the US/Mexico border, a 5-minute drive from the Cordova Bridge of the Americas Port of Entry. Serviced by a handful of airlines, El Paso International Airport is a 10-minute drive north-east of downtown El Paso. Many hotels offer free shuttles from the airport. Local buses also run to and from the airport in around 45 minutes. Both the Greyhound terminal and Union Depot Amtrak station are in the heart of downtown El Paso.

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