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.