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Hotel Indigo El Paso Downtown

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Hotel Indigo El Paso Downtown

At Hotel Indigo El Paso, mid-century architecture meets contemporary design in the middle of a bustling West Texas metropolis formed on a lively blend of Mexican and American culture. The hotel mixes El Paso history — our building was once home to the 1960s-era Downtowner Motor Inn — with the spirit of today’s downtown. Wake up to locally grown and roasted coffee, cool off in our fifth-floor outdoor pool and watch desert sunsets from our floor-to-ceiling windows. After you venture to the Franklin Mountains, Chihuahuan Desert and Rio Grande, explore relaxation in your luxurious guest room; unique décor, plush linens, spa-inspired showers, and spacious work areas welcome you back.


Location highlights:

Situated at the foothills of the Franklin Mountains at the edge of the U.S.-Mexico border, the West Texas town of El Paso is home to a range of cultures and historical sites unique to the Lone Star State. An average of 302 days of sunshine has earned it the nickname “Sun City,” so you’re practically guaranteed to spend your visit enjoying the outdoors, whether it’s hiking and rock climbing at Hueco Tanks State Park or dancing to the beat at a lively downtown festival. Plus, El Paso is within a few hours’ drive to some of the most spectacular places in the southwestern USA including Guadalupe Mountains National Park, White Sands National Monument and Carlsbad Caverns National Park.

History is part of what makes El Paso unique. Over the past four centuries, Native American, Mexican, Spanish and Western cultures have shaped modern-day El Paso. Discover the stories of Native American tribes at the Tigua Indian Cultural Center and Museum, see the legacy of Spanish explorers at 17th century adobe churches along the El Paso Historic Mission Trail, and dive into local history at the El Paso Museum of History. The city is home to a diverse collection of museums, including the International Museum of Art, El Paso Holocaust Museum, and Fort Bliss and Old Ironsides Museums (home to military memorabilia).


A quintessential Texas city blending nature, history and culture!


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