Fredericksburg Inn & Suites
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... part of this huge state.
When we got to Fredericksburg, Texas, we were in the so-called "hill country" area. I still have a hard time understanding their use of the word, "hill", as I have seen nothing that could be considered a hill back home. There is, however, some undulation in the topography which gives some interest to the landscape. Also, there are trees and foliage that make the country more interesting.
Fredericksburg is ...
Travelled back to San Antonio and picked up Mark's car. Travelled in a north westerly direction to Fredicksberg. Lovely old buildings as in their day.
We went to Garrison Brothers distillery, in the ...
... Comanches. In 1970 Hondo Crouch bought the town for $30,000... the post office closed in 1971. In 1973 Jerry Jeff Walker recorded an album there and then came Willie and Waylon's song a few years later. Lots of famous country singers have played at the little stage and dance hall out back. It is mecca for all kinds of people who love ...
We considered giving the LBJ Ranch a miss since we had already been there when we were this way a few years ago, but someone at the LBJ Library in Austin told us that the public now has access to the Texas White House. Anyway it's only 16 miles from Fredericksburg and I was curious about seeing the interior of the house. It was well worth our trip...the National Park Service runs the tours and those are always good. The house is the product of adding on to ...
... on his success to become a Texas Ranger, a Confederate army captain, a mercantile businessman, banker, philanthropist and wealthy rancher. He is considered to be one of the pioneers who shaped the Hill Country.
The Mansion was begun in 1879 and had several additions over 18 years. Many of the furnishings were original to the house which was given to the Masonic ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Historical Traveler Reviews Fredericksburg Inn & Suites
Enjoyed our stay for 2 nights during spring break...lots of people travel to Fredericksburg for spring break believe it or not! The room could use some upgrades, but it was clean and comfortable. After all, we didn't travel 3 hours to sit in a hotel! The staff was super friendly (the whole town is!) and we would definitly return!
Our family had reserved three rooms for the weekend of March 17th. Each room was a different size...one king, one double queen, and one family suite (king bed in the private bedroom with queen sleeper in the living room). All rooms were larger than the typical hotel. The decor was updated, and the rooms exceptionally clean. Each room had a mini fridge and microwave. The hotel has two outdoor pools (one heated, one unheated), an outdoor hottub with a fireplace and television. Even though the weekend was cool and rainy (very needed in Texas), the kids had a great time in the heated pool. Because of a statewide "burn ban" the fireplace could not be used. However, when it is available, they provide smores kits for any guests. I agree with the others that the breakfast area is indeed small, but the choices are good. Along with the traditional items, muffins, waffles, cereal, etc., they have some delicious sausage rolls that are from a local bakery. Our bunch really enjoyed the complimentary soft drinks that are available from 6:00 am to 11:00 pm. When you travel with kids, alot is spent on drinks from vending machines. The complimentary beverages were a plus. The staff is some of the best that I have ever met at any hotel or inn. Everyone we talked with was extremely helpful.
We stayed at Fredricksburg Inn and Suites on March 15 and 16, 2006, renting two rooms. The facility consists of several buildings, a couple of which are relatively new, and the others being older. We were in the older section. The rooms were standard motel rooms, but clean and comfortable. The facility has a couple of very nice pools and a hot tub, which are nicely arranged. The grounds are spacious, about five acres, and adjoin a small stream. The impression given is of being in the country, although the central Fredricksburg area is a five minute walk away. We were travelling with four children, and they loved the pool,which contained a slide. A small playground is also on site. There is an outdoor fireplace adjacent to the pool, but it could not be used due to extreme fire danger in that part of Texas. A downside is that the area available for the included breakfast is rather small for the size of the facility; there is an outdoor patio area with several tables that could be used if the weather is warm enough, but even then there isn't enough space for breakfast. The breakfast itself is adequate, but it would be an improvement if some pastries or rolls could be added, as there are a number of good bakeries in town. All in all, I would rate this facility a very good choice for those wishing to visit Fredricksburg and the hill country. We would definitely return.
Much has already been said about this facility in previous reviews so I won't be repetitive. I'll just do the pro - con thing.
Pros - Friendly staff; clean rooms, facility, and grounds; nice pools (one heated) and hot tub; adequate breakfast; close to town.
Cons - The outdoor fireplace is a great idea but it needs to be free-standing. This would allow many guests to gather around instead of a huddling few. Also, it would be nice to lose the TV that is set out at the fireplace.
Overall this is a very nice place and good value. It's not a fancy place. I would liken it to a "kicked-up" Motel 6. We will stay again.
I had spent the previous nite at the F'burg La Quinta, so I found this hotel to be a bit of a disappointment. The room is not anywhere as large as the La Quinta, both pools were filled to the max with kids having a ball and making noise (as kids are prone to do). The parking lot is limited and fills up early and if you go out at nite and come in late, finding a spot to park can be a real adventure in itself. The bathroom was tiny and since the rooms opened to the outside, you could hear people outside your door as well as cars coming and going.
We stayed here for three nights on July 12-14. There were three adults and two teens sharing the spacious double queen room. Rate was 89.00 a night. Rooms are tastefully decorated and furnishings look new or not to old. The rooms come with refrigerator and microwave. The location is great, only a one block walk to town which is full of shops and restaurants and even a couple of bakeries. There is a Subway sandwich place right on the corner from the hotel, an easy walk for a quick meal. The two pools and poolside areas are very nicely lanscaped with nice outdoor furniture. There is a large yard area with chairs, lounges and umbrella tables placed on round cement slabs spaced around the yard. There is also a small swing set and horseshoes game too. The breakfast is adequate and served in a small old historical German farmhouse that is attached to the hotel. The breakfast room has a quaint and charming country atmosphere with wooden tables and wood floors but get there early as the eating area is small for the size of the hotel and fills up fast. They do provide trays to take the food to your room. Sodas and Tea from the dispenser in the brk. room were available all day which was nice. The staff was friendly and accomodating. I would stay here again.
It's our "favorite" place. It meets every expectation. It is above and beyond measure. Its Fredricksburg, Texas! I highly reccomend staying at Fredricksburg Inn and Suites. It was recenlty renovated and they have left nothing out. An outdoor brick fireplace, two gorgeous pools, a tranquil stone hot-tub, and great service from the hotel staff. If you want a bed and breakfast setting, call Gausthaus Schimdt, They can accomodate your every need. The have an office downtown Fredickburg, and will "custom" design your Fredricksburg getaway. Pack up the family, and head to Enchanted Rock. You will love the magnificent sights. (try to make it to
We have stayed twice at this hotel, and will stay there again. The rooms are clean and spacious, and the grounds are lovely. Well-manicured lawns and gardens surround two very clean heated pools, a water slide, large hot tub, and a pool house with a television, tables, and comfortable chairs. (We also noticed a family reunion going on in a separate party room.)
Easy place to walk and get around
Very pleasant stay at the Fredericksburg Inn and Suites. Nice size pool and pretty back yard area. Also a pleasant breakfast, although breakfast room could be bigger. It was a very easy walk to the downtown to go for dinner or for a drink after dinner. Will easily return for another trip.
A choice choice
My husband and I stayed at the Fredericksburg Inn & Suites (Fredericksburg, TX) for three nights in February 2005 and had a very positive experience. The staff were great and completely guest-oriented.
Our room was modern, up-to-date, clean and comfortable. The free WIRELESS INTERNET is a real plus for those traveling with a laptop. There's an outdoor pool and hot tub. The inclusive continental buffet breakfast was OK and an added convenience.
The Inn is well situated for visiting Fredericksburg Main Street shops and the Nimitz WWII Museum of the Pacific (highly recommended) and the surrounding Texas Hill Country.
Overall, excellent value for what we paid. (I expect the rates fluctuate based on what events are going on in town.)