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1859 Historic Hotel's Portfolio

From Lubbock and Louisville to San Antonio and the shores of Texas’s Clear Lake, 1859 Historic Hotels owns and operates 11 unique hotels in four Southern states. Each property weaves seamlessly into the fabric of its location, becoming a treasured and authentic part of the destination’s story.

The Historic Menger Hotel

Luxury, history and signature mango ice cream are the order of the day at The Historic Menger Hotel, featuring the Colonial Room Restaurant, the historic Menger Bar and gorgeous views of the Alamo. With a striking exterior reminiscent of the 1859 architectural style of the time, The Historic Menger Hotel is the oldest continuously operating hotel west of the Mississippi.

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Overton Hotel and Conference Center

Exuding the spirit of neighboring Texas Tech University, the Overton Hotel & Conference Center is a stylish and sophisticated hub of hospitality in the heart of downtown Lubbock. Enjoy delicious cocktails and cuisine at the Pecan Grill & Lounge and more than 11,000 square feet of event space at the first (and only) AAA Four Diamond-rated hotel in the region.

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The Brown Hotel

Named one of the Top 500 Hotels in the World by Travel + Leisure magazine, The Brown Hotel is a historic landmark in the heart of downtown Louisville. Behind its striking Georgian-Revival façade, guests discover a hotel with every modern-day comfort, as well as a glamorous Lobby Bar, exquisite event spaces and 293 luxuriously decorated guest rooms and suites.

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The Cliff House at Pikes Peak

Nestled at the foot of Pikes Peak in Manitou Springs, Colorado, The Cliff House at Pikes Peak was built in 1873 and was once a stagecoach stop for travelers, gamblers, outlaws and gold-rush miners. Guests enjoy 54 individually decorated guest rooms and suites, as well as exceptional AAA Four Diamond-rated dining, indoor and outdoor event spaces and popular area attractions.

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The Crockett Hotel

The Crockett Hotel is a unique, historic hotel in the heart of San Antonio. Just a short walk to the Riverwalk, across the street from the Alamo, and the Shops at Rivercenter.  Operating next door to the iconic ALAMO MISSION since 1909, the Crockett features 138 charming guestrooms and suites, outdoor swimming pool and free WiFi. Our guests will also enjoy the Alamo Plaza Coffee Bar Grab and Go cafe. Pair a delicious Starbucks beverage with a warm muffin, egg burritos, salads, sandwiches, fruit or pastry. Crockett's Tavern will open May 2022 and feature Alamo themed dishes and locally loved classics for lunch and dinner. The "Old Texas Bar" will also offer locally distilled bourbons, spirits and craft beers.

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DoubleTree by Hilton Houston Hobby Airport

Located less than half-mile from the William P. Hobby Airport and close to downtown Houston and its attractions, the DoubleTree by Hilton Houston Hobby Airport offers business and leisure travelers a convenient location with complimentary shuttle service, newly renovated guest rooms and suites, and four venues for drinks and dining.

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South Shore Harbour Resort and Conference Center

The largest full-service waterside resort and conference center in Southeast Texas, South Shore Harbour Resort & Conference Center is located on shimmering Clear Lake just 30 minutes south of Houston. This 237-room resort hotel exudes a relaxed, maritime style, making it perfect for corporate meetings, weddings and family vacations.

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Inn At The Waterpark

This casual Galveston hotel’s name says it all. Offering close proximity to the Schlitterbahn Waterpark, Moody Gardens, Galveston Beach and historic Galveston, the family-friendly Inn at the Waterpark features 151 spacious, light and airy guest rooms, complimentary breakfast, WiFi and daily mini-golf.

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Inn Of The Hills Hotel and Conference Center

In the heart of the beautiful Texas Hill Country, the historic Inn of the Hills Hotel & Conference Center is a delightful resort retreat in Kerrville. Features such as custom ironwork and rustic native stone set the stage for attractive accommodations, a 21,000-square-foot conference center, lush courtyard pool, the popular Alpine Lodge restaurant and Inn Pub.

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Y.O. Ranch Hotel and Conference Center

Named for the famous Y.O. Ranch that once spanned 60,000 acres of Texas Hill Country, the Y.O. Ranch Hotel & Conference Center keeps the memory alive with furnishings representative of the history of the ranch, including five chandeliers featuring 390 branding irons, a vast selection of exquisite saddles and numerous artifacts dating back to the 1500s.

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