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Visitors will find the full range of accommodations, from budget lodgings to the most sumptuous deluxe hotels and resorts. National chain motels, privately owned hotels and motels, and bed-and-breakfasts are found throughout the state.Read More ...

Some cities have historic gems. Galveston's restored Tremont House dates to the 1870s (it was once a dry-goods store). The Camino Real Hotel in El Paso contains a fully restored Tiffany dome measuring 25 ft/8 m. Austin's Driskill Hotel was built by a real cattle baron in the 1880s and has a bar worth visiting—plus the hotel is supposedly haunted. And the Gage Hotel in the west Texas town of Marathon dates to 1927 and has been nicely refurbished. (The hotel's new addition isn't historic, but it is memorable, with a finely appointed Mexican-hacienda look complete with wooden beams and ceramic wash basins.)

And if, dang it all, you just can't leave Texas without getting trail dust in your teeth, dude ranches range from working ranches with cottages and bunkhouses (lots of trail riding, down-home sing-a-longs and dances) to resort ranches with TVs in the guest rooms, cocktail lounges and golf. Many dude ranches are found in the Texas Hill Country, especially around Bandera.< Show Less