El Paso Texas Hotels – Travel Guide

It can get overwhelming planning a road trip. The place you and your family lay your heads at night is possibly the most important part of the whole deal. Here is some information I put together to help you out if you’re looking at El Paso hotels for your family vacation. I have also included our personal hotel review and some information on the city itself.

Great Price, Great Ratings, Free Breakfast

I searched the internet looking for hotels that fit these three criteria. We love those free breakfasts! Of course, we like saving money and knowing we’re not at a roach motel even more. I have listed some hotels for you below, as well as their contact information. We aren’t personally endorsing all of these, just sharing the information we found. You will find the review of the hotel we stayed at later in this article. The hotels listed below are at the time of this writing showing rates under $100 and with no less than 4 -5-star reviews, but both of those things are subject to change. There are no guarantees about anything.

Chase Suite Hotel El Paso 

  • Address: 6791 Montana Ave, El Paso, TX 79925
  • Phone number: 915-772-8000
  • They have 4.1-star reviews on Google. Average rate is $83.00. Their website states they serve a complimentary hot breakfast.
  • Website : www.chasehotelelpaso.com

Home2 Suites by Hilton

  • Address: 6308 Montana Ave El Paso, TX 79925
  • Phone number: 915-887-0300.
  • They have 4.6-star reviews on Google. Average rate is $84.00. The ad says free breakfast, but I didn’t see that information on their website.
  • Website: www.home2suites3.hilton.com.

Comfort Inn and Suites

  • Address: 6645 Gateway Blvd W El Paso, TX 79925.
  • Phone number: 915-225-7890.
  • They have 4.2-star reviews on Google. Average rate is $80.00. They state on their website lists free hot breakfast under their list of amenities.
  • Website: www.choicehotels.com/texas/el-paso/comfort-inn-hotels.

Holiday Inn Express & Suites El Paso West

  • Address: 7935 Artcraft Rd El Paso, TX 79912
  • Phone number: 915-587-5885
  • They have 4.4-star reviews on Google. Average rate is $86.00. Breakfast is included.
  • Website: www.ihg.com

Fairfield Inn & Suites

  • Address: 7514 Remcon Circle El Paso, TX 79912.
  • Phone number: 915-845-3100.
  • We have stayed at this hotel (see our review below). They have 4.4-star reviews on Google. Their average rate is $99.00. They offer free breakfast.
  • There are two Fairfield Inn’s in El Paso, the other is located by the airport.
  • Website:  www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/elpfi-fairfield-inn-and-suites-el-paso/

Fairfield Inn

7514 Remcon Circle El Paso, TX 79912

We arrived one February evening, tired and weary from the 12-hour drive from Arlington. Knowing we would be pulling in late, I called ahead to let them know. The lady I spoke with couldn’t have been nicer. She looked up our reservation and assured me there would be a room for us when we arrived.

Check-in was quick and easy and there was even cookies and water in the lobby for us to enjoy. We went and got settled in our room, which was clean and comfortable.

The next morning, we enjoyed some sausage, eggs and waffles in the breakfast area before heading out. Our experience was everything a person should expect from a hotel. We will stay with them again when we’re in the area.

Things to Do in El Paso

Magoffin Home Historic Site. Photo by Larry D. Moore CC BY-SA 3.0

Magoffin Home State Historic Site

El Paso Mission Trail

  • Learn about some of El Paso’s history along this nine-mile trail.
  • Website:  http://visitelpasomissiontrail.com/

El Paso Zoo

  • This 35 acre zoo is home to over 220 different species of animals.
  • Address: 4001 E Paisano Dr, El Paso, TX 79905.
  • Open daily from 9:30AM to 5PM.
  • Website: www.elpasozoo.org

Western Playland

  • This 30-acre amusement park located in Sunland Park, New Mexico is only a ten-mile drive from El Paso, straight up I-10 West.
  • Address: 1249 Futurity Dr Sunland Park, NM 88063
  • They are only open on the weekends except during the summer. The hours seem to vary.
  • Website:  www.westernplayland.com.

Ascarate Park and Lake

  •  If outdoor sports and recreation are your thing then you will love this park. It features a golf course, Aquatic Center, fields for soccer, baseball and softball and canoe and paddle boat rentals.
  • Website:  www.epcountyparks.com


I’ll be honest with you. El Paso is located just north of Ciudad Juárez Mexico, a city with one of the highest murder rates in the world that is known for its gang violence. I heard about the problems there and had the same concerns any Mom would. But the truth is El Paso really isn’t any more dangerous than most places in America. In my opinion I think the usual precautions anyone should take when traveling (and even in day to day life) are sufficient. We never felt unsafe for a moment when we were there.

El Paso is a vibrant, energetic big city, but still smaller than other big cities in Texas such as Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin or San Antonio. It is also located a good distance away from these places. We drove from Arlington to El Paso and it took us 12 hours (it can be done in less, but we made a few stops).

El Paso is a city rich in history, which is one of my favorite things about it. The people there take a lot of pride in their city, which they should. If you decide to visit, we hope you will have an amazing and unforgettable experience. When you get back please leave us a comment below and let us know how it went!  I hope this guide has been some help to you.

Happy Travels,






Barbra Jones


  1. Thanks for sharing this guide to El Paso, Barbra. Haven’t been there but will bookmark this and definitely consider your recommendations when we do. It’s a great thing you mentioned that it’s a safe place because that’s very important to us. I’m also keen to see their historical sites, zoo and playarea for our little one. We might head out to the aquatic center as well.

  2. I have heard El Paso is a neat city. It is a big city, but has almost a small town feel to it. Thank you for sharing ideas on where to stay and what to do.  It is so hard to get a decent hotel room for under $100, so your article really helped.

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