Cowboys, nodding oil pumpjacks and flatlands are not the only things travelers will discover in west Texas. While in Midland, our hotel guests can explore an enticing range of amenities and attractions.
Granted, oil is big business and visitors can learn its history at the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum. For high-speed history buffs, there’s the Commemorative Air Force and American Airpower Heritage Museum. Both Bush presidents lived in Midland and guests can explore recent American history at the George W. Bush Childhood Home. For a taste of art and family fun, there’s the Museum of the Southwest with galleries, a children’s museum and planetarium.
During their stay in friendly Midland, our hotel’s guests have access to everything from rugged landscapes to cool drinks at sidewalk cafés. Travelers can also spend an evening at the Yucca Theatre or symphony. Before the show, they can browse nearby specialty and antique shops, and then dine in restaurants boasting a lively mix of American, Tex-Mex and international fare.
Our Midland accommodations also make it easy to enjoy a RockHounds baseball or Jackalopes hockey games, and outdoor enthusiasts can visit nearby Sibley Nature Center or day trip to Big Bend National Park to revel in mountains, desert and the Rio Grande River.