Drury Inn & Suites Amarillo

8540 W Interstate 40 , Amarillo, Texas, 79124, United States | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 8540 W Interstate 40 , Amarillo, is near Cadillac Ranch, Don Harrington Discovery Center, Amarillo Botanical Gardens, and Elkins Ranch.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Drury Inn & Suites Amarillo

    Stay Here!

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    This is the best place to stay in amarillo. The front desk was very nice. The rooms were super clean. We got free drinks and snacks the night we got there and a free breakfast in the morning. The breakfast was far superior to most hotels. We slept comfortably in our clean/new looking rooms. So comfortably, in fact, that my wife asked to buy one of thier unused pillows!

    Definitely a great hotel!

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    We were passing through Amarillo last week and needed a clean, comfy place to stay with the dog. Wow -- were we surprised! The hotel was immaculate, and the suite was fantastic.

    Right as we checked in, they were starting the free appetizers/drinks, which were great, since we couldn't travel too far with the dog. Free, hot breakfast the next morning was good, too. The workout room had all the essentials, and the pool was small but clean.

    This was our first time at a Drury Inn, and we will definitely try one again!

    A welcome relief!

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    I was hesitant about going through Amarillo again since our last experience here was abysmal (see review on LaQuinta Med Center.) This time instead of pricelining a cheapie (and because priceline's price wasn't that low anyway) we went here. What a welcome relief! First of all, we were upgraded which was very kind. The room itself looked brand new. The linens are nice, the bathroom impeccably clean, and there truly isn't anything to complain about. The furnishings are all in great shape. The fitness equipment is in tip top shape and the pool was nice albiet a bit chilly. I had a couple of questions and needed the batteries in one of the tv remotes replaced and the staff was always helpful. They really do seem to go out of their way to be pleasant which is such a refreshing departure from so many other hotel chains. Also, this hotel features a complimentary cocktail reception, complimentary popcorn and sodas, and complimentary hot breakfast in the morning. We have to come back through Amarillo in a couple of weeks and we'll definitely book here again. Thanks Drury!

    Absolut super

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    Dieses Hotel ist nur zu empfehlen. Die Zimmer sind schön und sehr sauber. Ausser einem gratis Frühstück (das Beste das ich bisher bekommen habe) werden u.a. noch gratis Telefon Anrufe angeboten.

    Great hotel, great service.

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    I really like this hotel. The rooms are very clean and the beds are comfortable. They offer extras that most hotels don't seem to. The staff is friendly and helpful. They are pet friendly. The location is convenient for shopping, dining and entertainment. I have stayed here several times and would definitely stay here again.

    Great property & pet friendly

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    This is a wonderful property. Drury Hotels are all pet friendly, up to 2 dogs in a room with no weight limit and no extra fees. This one has nice down comforters and triple sheeted beds, a truely wonderful front desk staff and plenty on dining options near by. The free hot breakfast is nice, not gourmet, but pretty good. It's a fairly new hotel and felt like it was in a safe area. I'll stay here anytime I'm in Amarillo.

    Tolles Hotel & tierlieb

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    Dies ist ein wunderschönes Hotel. Drury Hotels sind alle tierlieb, bis zu 2 Hunde in einem Zimmer ohne Gewichtsbegrenzung und keine extra Gebühren. In diesem Drury gibt es nette Daunenbettdecken und Betten mit drei Bettüchern, wirklich wunderbares Personal am Empfang und viel Auswahl an Restaurants in der Nähe. Das kostenlose warme Frühstück ist nett, nicht gourmet, aber recht gut. Es ist ein ziemlich neues Hotel und man fühlte sich in der Umgebung recht sicher. Ich werde hier jedesmal übernachten, wenn ich in Amarillo bin.

    A surprisingly excellent hotel

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    I've stayed in Drury Inns that were horrible and in Drury Inns that were excellent... this is one of the best. The rooms (and the hotel) are new, well-lit, clean, and well-furnished. The hotel is located in the area of Amarillo that is full of restaurants so there are many choices nearby. The breakfast was above average but still bad in my opinion (I ate at a nearby I-Hop) but service was good.

    Very nice, wonderful staff!

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    This is a very nice, new hotel with friendly, helpful, welcoming staff who appreciate your business! The room was nice and comfortable and quite clean. Breakfast is good. I travel to Amarillo frequently on business and will definitely be staying there again!

    It was great

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    Stayed in the Drury Inn in Amarillo over the weekend of February 16th. Hotel is very conveniently located to a number of attractions and restaurants. the room itself is very nice. top quality linens. Granite entry and vanity in the bathroom. they had happy hour with complimentary cocktails and snacks. Full breakfast in the a.m. Only thing on weekends they need more help at breakfast. Would recommend for a stay.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Drury Inn & Suites Amarillo

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    Travel Blogs from Amarillo

    A Quick Overnight Stay ...

    A travel blog entry by glen_linda on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... the place was pretty crowded. They offered a lunch buffet of salad bar, hamburger steak wrapped in bacon, chicken fried chicken, mashed potatoes, corn, carrots, green beans, dinner rolls and dessert. Glen ordered a BLT. Once I saw the chicken fried chicken ... I had no choice! LOL

    The food was awesome! Service was very good. The place was very busy which to us was a very good sign. The place could use a facelift ...

    Day 14

    A travel blog entry by paulkallen on Jun 04, 2014

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    ... Before we stopped at our final destination we stopped at Cadillac Ranch which had a number of Cadillacs in the ground spray painted with a number of messages by revellers. We arrived at The Big Texan themed hotel and changed for dinner. Beer towers and a 72oz steak challenge..this was most certainly Texas! After dinner we played giant beer pong and met some fellow ...

    Boulder to Armarillo

    A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 22, 2014

    5 photos

    ... down through Denver and onto the open countryside. On my left was the flat open expanses of the plains, on my right, the mountains of the Rockies. The open flat land was dotted with rain storms and I could easily see them move across the plains from miles out. The mix of colours from the rain grey to the sun on the yellow grass and the blue sky's really made for a picturesque scene. Eventually I moved into the rocky landscape of New Mexico, similar to Arizona. I really didn't like ...

    Don't Mess With Texas

    A travel blog entry by catrandune on Oct 08, 2013

    15 photos

    ... very dusty fields. Lots of cows also means that the air in Texas has a very different fragrance from the other states we've been in (I think it's called eau de manure). We also quickly notice that the houses are much nicer than the previous state. Outside Amarillo we stop at a somewhat famous tourist attraction- the Cadillac Ranch. Apparently, as a work of art, someone had the idea to bury 10 Cadillacs in a single row nose first into a field. They are covered in ...

    America's best party inn

    A travel blog entry by route66jsa on Sep 12, 2013

    18 photos

    ... the challenge. When we eventually drove back to our hotel, four men were sitting in the parking lot, with their cooler box and beers. Spanish music was blaring from their car and they were just having a good old time. Suffice to say, we didn't get much sleep. We drove to Albuquerque. Unfortunately we drove most of the interstate to get here as the old 66 route was paved to make way for the I40. We will try to upload pics today ...