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Aloft El Paso Downtown
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Aloft El Paso Downtown
303 Texas Ave.

Celebrate your style at Aloft El Paso Downtown, a hip new hotel that’s part of the revamped O.T. Bassett Tower. The hotel offers easy-breezy access to businesses, government offices, and cultural hotspots, as well as stunning natural beauty just outside the city. Meet and mingle with friends at their w xyz(SM) bar, grab a sweet, savory, or healthy snack from re:fuel by Aloft(SM), the 24/7 pantry, or play in their re:mix(SM) lounge. Plus, you can always stay connected with free hotel-wide wired and wireless High Speed Internet Access!Breeze into one of their Aloft rooms, featuring ultra-comfortable signature bed, walk-in shower, custom amenities by Bliss® Spa, and more. The plug & play connectivity station charges all your electronics and links to the 42” LCD TV to maximize work and play.

The property offers 89 sleeping rooms and five restaurants.

Hotel Indigo El Paso
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Hotel Indigo El Paso
325 N. Kansas St.

Mid-century architecture meets contemporary design at the Hotel Indigo. Guests are greeted with a mix of El Paso history, local neighborhood charm and the spirit of today’s downtown district. The vibrant sights and flavor of the hotel offers a unique experience surrounded by the culture of the area neighborhood. The hotels Circa 1963 Bar specializes in modern mixology and is dedicated to providing a service that is nothing short of spectacular. The awe-inspiring panoramic views from this indoor-outdoor bar are sure to impress.

Plaza Hotel
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Plaza Hotel
106 Mills AVe.

The hotel was constructed on the site of the Sheldon Hotel, which burned in 1929. In fall 1929 Conrad Hilton began construction. Nineteen days later the stock market crashed and the Great Depression began, yet construction continued. On November 30, 1930, Hilton’s first highrise hotel was opened. At 239 feet (73 m) it surpassed the O. T. Bassett Tower to become the tallest building in El Paso; it is still the city’s fourth tallest building. Designed by Trost & Trost, the Plaza is an Art Deco styled 19-story reinforced cast-in-place concrete structure with setbacks at the 16th and 17th floors. It is faced with brown brick and concrete and crowned with a Ludowici clay tile pyramidal roof. The exterior remains largely unaltered from its original form. Elizabeth Taylor briefly lived in the penthouse of the hotel after she married Conrad’s son, Nicky Hilton. The hotel will feature the world’s largest tequila collection.

The property will offer 131 sleeping rooms.

Stanton House
Stanton House
209 N. Stanton St.

Built in 1912, the Roger’s Furniture Building was built over 100 years ago by a pair of architects from Seattle, following El Paso’s economic boom during the Mexican Revolution. Having ceased to be a furniture store in the 1960’s, it is now a gathering place for the region. Everything in the place is a reflection of their taste and the world’s influence over this region past and present; from the architecture to the furnishings and art. The restaurant is of the same ethos – the food and wine, a challenge to traditional perceptions of the southwest by introducing modern elements of Mexican, American and European influences that make this region the place where Mexico and the US meet. Blending culture and hospitality with unique amenities the Stanton House is the driver for community engagement and exploration.

The property offers 42 sleeping rooms.

Hotel Paso Del Norte
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Hotel Paso Del Norte
101 S. El Paso

Built in 1912, the Hotel Paso Del Norte has spent decades perfecting hospitality. Relax in spacious rooms and suites, appointed with refrigerators, complimentary Wi-Fi and premium cable TV. Beat the West Texas heat in our rooftop pool or hit the fitness center. Celebrate and succeed with 36,000 square feet of function space. Savor the city’s finest international cuisine and best wine selections at our 1700° Restaurant, or stop in for cocktails and a fine selection of domestic and imported beers at our Dome Bar. Our ideal location in the downtown business district puts you near the Judson F. Williams Convention Center, UTEP, shopping, dining, golf, sports, museums, missions, festivals and military bases.

The property offers 350 sleeping rooms, 36,000 sq. feet of meeting space, a full service spa and three restaurants.

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