The Best Boutique Hotels in Texas

The biggest state in the US, Texas is a great place to visit for each and every type of traveler. This jam-packed state boasts an array of cities that are full of life and character, each with lots to see and do. Whether you’re in the middle of planning your trip to Texas or if you’re just curious about what it has to offer, here are the five absolute best boutique hotels in Texas to stay in on your vacation or business trip.

The Best Boutique Hotels in Texas

Hilton Austin Airport

Just a two-minute drive from the airport and close to plenty of Austin’s world famous attractions, this hotel is perfect for those traveling on a budget. Each room features deluxe bedding, blackout drapes, complimentary Internet access, and free cable television. Specialty rooms have a separate living room, boardroom, or fitness room. Guests can enjoy the 24/7 fitness center, the spacious outdoor pool, and the on-site Starbucks. They can also unwind with an unforgettable evening meal at the Creeks Restaurant.

The Best Boutique Hotels in Texas: Austin
Austin, Texas: Photo on Flickr by Jeremy Keith / CC BY 2.0

Habitat Suites

A little more on the pricey side, this stunning hotel is totally worth the extra cost. The Habitat Suites provide guests with the comfort of a hotel and the feel of their own private residence, as it’s a re-purposed apartment complex. Each suite features a separate living area and kitchen and a private bedroom and bathroom. There’s an outdoor saltwater pool and a complimentary buffet breakfast each morning, plus laundry service and a 24-hour front desk. A home away from home, this is a fantastic accommodation choice.

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Austin Texas Lake Front: Photo on Flickr by Stuart Seeger / CC BY 2.0

Sheraton Dallas Hotel

This newly renovated hotel is certainly one of the best in Dallas thanks to its stunning rooms and endless amenities. Each room includes a flat screen television, a luxurious bathroom, complimentary Wi-Fi, a large desk, and a safe for guests’ peace of mind. Business travelers can take advantage of the free office supplies and equipment, whereas leisure travelers can take a dip in the pool before sampling the food at the Front Yard Restaurant. There’s also a state-of-the-art fitness center, and many of Dallas’ attractions are close by.

Sheraton reflection Austin Texas
Sheraton reflection: Photo on Flickr by Matthew Rutledge / CC BY 2.0

Sheraton Suites Market Center Dallas

Guests at the Sheraton Suites can enjoy spacious rooms with luxury bedding, a flat-screen LCD television, a separate living area with a sofa bed, and a refrigerator for in-room dining. This hotel is perfect for those who want to be in the city center and close to all the main attractions; there are four shopping malls within five miles of the hotel, and the Dallas Museum of Art is nearby. Guests can also take advantage of the free Wi-Fi, generous pet policy, and on-site pool and fitness center.

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Dallas Skyline: Photo on Flickr by John McStravick / CC BY 2.0

Hotel Derek Houston Galleria

The only boutique hotel in the energetic 610 area of Houston, the Hotel Derek has so much to offer. Its AAA Four-Diamond Restaurant provides guests with authentic Texan cuisine, and the 24-hour fitness center has state-of-the-art equipment. The SPLASH outdoor pool offers nightly Western movies to watch whilst relaxing in the pool. Each room is sublimely decorated, with city views from the floor-to-ceiling windows,

The Best Boutique Hotels in Texas: Downtown Houston
Downtown Houston, Texas: Photo on Flickr by Ken Lund / CC BY-SA 2.0

About Lauren Davidson

Since 2013, Lauren has been writing for various travel and lifestyle websites. Her first piece of writing was a travel guide on the Algarve region of Portugal, where she lived for over a year. Currently residing in Sheffield, England, she is studying Journalism and has a blog at You can follow her on Twitter at @Lozikinz.

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