Lodging in Downtown El Paso

Dec - 15 2014 | no comments | By 

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The downtown area is known as the heart of every city and finding lodging in downtown El Paso is a great option if you want to stay where the action is.

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Come Stay at the Oldest Hotel in El Paso

Dec - 03 2014 | no comments | By 

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Travelling through the desert Southwest? Looking for a historic place to make your stay? Then why not choose the oldest hotel in El Paso!

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Downtown El Paso Hostel Perfect for International Travelers

Nov - 26 2014 | no comments | By 

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When you want to see the world but on a budget, you’ll need to make sure that you are able to spread out your expenses to last you your entire journey — or at least close to. Our city welcomes many foreign travelers and thankfully, there is a downtown El Paso hostel waiting just for you.

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Enjoy a Safe Stay at a Hostel in El Paso

Nov - 18 2014 | no comments | By 

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Rugged travelling does not mean that you have to sleep on the couch or floor of some stranger’s house. There are safer ways to travel on a budget and staying in a hostel El Paso has to offer right in the heart of downtown is a great alternative.

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A Truly Historic Hotel in El Paso

Nov - 07 2014 | no comments | By 

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There are several things that set El Paso’s Gardner Hotel apart from other downtown hotels. For one, the Gardner is a truly a historic hotel.

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Welcome USBC Open Championships attendees!

Oct - 24 2014 | no comments | By 

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Are you attending the USBC Open Championships in El Paso next year? Get a great room for a great price with the Gardner Hotel in Downtown El Paso!

If you would like to know more about hotels near downtown El Paso or this hotel in general, contact us here at the Gardner Hotel. We are located 311 E Franklin Ave. Our phone number is 915.532.3661.

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Downtown El Paso Hotel Attractions

Sep - 24 2014 | no comments | By 

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Getting to know a new city that you’re visiting begins in the heart of every downtown center. El Paso is no exception; there are plenty of historical and modern attractions that draw in a countless amount of visitors each year. What’s more is making your stay at the most historic hotel in Downtown, El Paso, The Gardner Hotel. Here you can get a tangible feel for what the historically wild west city of El Paso once was while making your daytime plans to visit some of the main attractions. Here are some places you might want to put on your Downtown list of sights to see:

Museums – No matter what age you happen to be, spending time in a museum can edify you. There’s always something to gain from the experience. Our downtown has plenty of great museums featuring a unique variety of genres such as: The El Paso Holocaust Museum, The National Border Patrol Museum, The El Paso Museum of Art, The El Paso Museum of History and tours through The El Paso Scottish Rite Temple on certain days.

As a visitor and guest at a hotel in Downtown, El Paso, be sure to check out the historic Plaza Theatre, which has been renovated and is operating in optimal restored condition. You might also want to make plans with your friends or family to check out The Chihuahua’s, our city’s one and only minor league baseball team. Making your stay in a new city is always fun when you know a little about the history and you can see how its developed into what it is now. With that said, enjoy!
If you’re looking for a hotel in Downtown, El Paso with good rates then you have come to the right place! Enjoy your stay at Gardner Hotel when visiting El Paso. We are located 311 E Franklin Ave El Paso, TX 79901. Our phone number is (915) 532-3661.

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Staying in Downtown, El Paso

Sep - 16 2014 | no comments | By 

So you’re headed to El Paso.  Maybe it’s a work trip or maybe you’re just intent on exploring the famous border city and its unique offerings.  Or, perhaps you’re a student and planning on backpacking through El Paso and into Juarez. Whatever occasion brings you to our city, you’re going to need to find a hotel in El Paso.  If you have an interest in history, a flair for the well-preserved, and are looking for an authentic hotel experience to complement a unique trip, the hotel in El Paso you should check into is the Gardner Hotel.  Located downtown, this is the oldest continually operated hotel and hostel in El Paso, Texas.  The unique staying experience at the Gardner is provided by the well-preserved interior. With stunning stain glass, comfy burgundy chesterfield furniture, and even an old telephone booth, the Gardner Hotel has keep intact all of the historical charm built into this beautiful place.  Additionally, there are a variety of room-options to suit you and your fellow traveler’s needs.  If you’re traveling with multiple companions, you can consider staying in one of the hostel suites with multiple bunk beds and incredible nightly rates.  Or, if you’d prefer privacy, The Gardner Hotel also offers large private rooms with all of the original antique furniture.

The necessary structural and functional upgrades, like an evaporative cooling system, have been made to the hotel, but the furniture wherever possible has been preserved to keep this landmark hotel in-step with the other historical buildings of El Paso.  On the history side, did you know that the legendary criminal, John Dillinger, stayed at the Gardner Hotel?  He did, just before his capture in Tucson. That’s just one of the interesting stories you’ll find at this unique hotel in El Paso.

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Hotels Near Downtown El Paso

Aug - 06 2014 | no comments | By 

The city of El Paso is a great place to spend your next vacation. There are not many cities where you get to experience two different cultures at the same time. And probably one of the best places to experience this dual culture environment is by staying at a hotel near downtown El Paso.

For those who have never visited the city before or don’t know much about it, El Paso is located directly north of Juarez, Mexico. In fact, in many parts of El Paso, you can see the neighboring city to the south; just to give you an indication of how close the cities are located to each other. Because of the fact that they are so close, you can imagine the influences they have on each other.

Perhaps one of the biggest influences that El Paso receives from its sister city is their cuisine. There are many different Mexican restaurants located throughout the city. And a good share of them are located in or near the downtown area.

In order to experience the taste and flavors that these restaurants have to offer, you will first have to find parking. And parking in the downtown area can be a little difficult to find during certain hours.

But none of that will be a concern if you stay in a hotel near downtown El Paso. In fact it is better to stay in this area. Not only you will not have to worry about finding parking but you will also get a chance to take in the sights and sounds of the city, while walking through the area.

If you would like to know more about hotels near downtown El Paso or this hotel in general, contact us here at the Gardner Hotel. We are located 311 E Franklin Ave. Our phone number is 915.532.3661.

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Make Your Stay at a Historical Downtown Hotel

Jul - 24 2014 | no comments | By 

The historic Gardner Hotel is the hotel in downtown El Paso that will make your stay culturally rich. Known as the oldest running hotel in the city, The Gardner Hotel has welcomed historical figures such as John Dillenger, an infamous southwest outlaw. When staying in El Paso, enjoy the benefits of the Downtown district. There are plenty of great restaurants to get a taste of authentic Mexican cuisine. Shopping along the border offers tourists a less expensive experience with plenty of shops to choose from. The hotel in downtown El Paso offers guests a place to relax with cost efficient rooms available. There is also a hostel area for foreign travellers who need to somewhere to stay on a tighter financial budget. Historically, El Paso has been known as a place where many outlaws and politically influential people have passed made their stay. Now, you can make your stay in a district of town where history comes alive and offers many intriguing stories throughout the nearby buildings. Staying in downtown El Paso also allows visitors to explore the other side of the Border in Juarez, Mexico. Downtown is conveniently located near the border crossing where pedestrians can travel by foot or car to the other side of our International border. Juarez, Mexico has plenty of shops and restaurants that are unique in style and flavor. Enjoy a taste of both countries when staying in El Paso with easy to and from access across the border. Staying at the Gardner Hotel will enhance your experience of the El Paso region in culture and history.

If you would like more information on the hotel in downtown El Paso, we are located 311 E Franklin Ave El Paso, TX 79901. Our phone number is (915) 532-3661. Enjoy your stay at Gardner Hotel when visiting El Paso.

 

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