Four Points by Sheraton College Station
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Photos of Four Points by Sheraton College Station
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Four Points by Sheraton College Station
Travel Blogs from College Station
... included a lot of narration by the President and his family and gave a personal summary of his life. After departing the theatre, we were directed to a desk that gave us the opportunity to borrow a listening device that provided supplemental audio recordings over specific displays. These audios added interesting details from actual Bush family members.
The most immediate and ...
... were just not able to do while camping. I was looking forward to running again too, again this is difficult on the road due to no showers, elevations, climate etc. Nice to chill out for a bit before we hit the craziness that is South America, I'm not concerned but will be a culture shock... can't ...
... out a Mexican Restaurant that was recommended "Casa Rodriquez." Good decision to eat here rather than the free dinner at the hotel. Sally had three different enchiladas while I had the Sour Cream Enchiladas plus 2 margaritas. After dinner, drove the sprawling campus of Texas A & M. The students were checking in as classes start on Labor Day. We returned to Homewood and bought Oreo's and milk ...
We took the day and traveled to College Station, Texas to watch our Bama softball girls roll over the aggies!!!!! Took in Kyle Stadium and just enjoyed family time watching sports. This was chloe's first sporting event and she loved it!! She has sports running through her veins!! ...
Day 348 - April 13th - Today we drove from Austin to College Station to see the George Herbert Walker Bush Presidential Library. I have been in the company of Bush twice - once at Phillips Andover Academy (where he and our son went to high school) and again in Boston at Suffolk University's 100th anniversary on the Boston Common. It was interesting to see him as a sitting President and then after the Presidency. Night and Day (that's another story for another ...