The Marble Falls Area
A Texas Hill Country gem, our non-smoking hotel is a Tuscan-inspired retreat offering lake views, thoughtful amenities and easy access to outdoor activities for every taste. Step into your luxurious room with a private balcony and feel the worries melt away as the sun goes down over Marble Falls Lake. Wake up to a free Bright Side Breakfast®, and enjoy quality time by the pool. Restaurants and shops on Main Street are minutes away, and spectacular nearby lakes are prime country for fishing, boating and water sports.
Situated in the heart of Texas Hill Country, we are a popular playground for those ready to escape the city bustle and get closer to nature. Nearby Lake Marble Falls and Lake Buchanan offer wonderful boating, fishing and quality time on the water, while Inks Lake is a popular place to go cliff diving and scuba diving. Hit the scenic hiking trails and, in the evening, head down to historic Main Street for some serious barbecue and root beer floats. Wine enthusiasts can count on finding new treasures for their cellars at local wineries. Austin is 45 miles west, and San Antonio is 80 miles south.
Hotel Services and Amenities
In a Tuscan-style master community, our non-smoking hotel offers a perfect waterfront getaway with lake views and top-notch amenities. Relax in our spacious rooms and suites with free Wi-Fi, 37" flat-panel HDTVs, pillow-top beds with luxury bedding, coffeemakers, hairdryers and ironing facilities. Watch the sun go down from your private balcony, and then wake up to a free Bright Side Breakfast with waffles, sausage and gravy, biscuits and fresh fruit, among other goodies. Enjoy a tropical escape at our outdoor pool surrounded by lush landscaping and featuring a sparkling waterfall. When work calls, we have a fully equipped business center and meeting space. A fitness center and guest laundry facilities are available. Well-behaved pets are welcome, and parking is free.
Pick your own strawberries at Sweet Berry Farm, and don't forget to sample their homemade ice cream. Get underground at Longhorn Cavern State Park, where spectacular caverns were once used by Comanche Indians and Confederates and still harbor Ice Age fossils. Go on a tour of local wineries and get a taste of rare local vintages. Ready for an adrenaline rush? Take your ATV to the off-road trails of Hidden Falls Adventure Park, but keep in mind it's not for newbies. Would you rather travel with a pair of binoculars and a cold drink in your hand? Consider a sightseeing cruise along the Colorado River Canyon, and keep an eye open for Bald Eagles and spectacular waterfalls.