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Reviewed 17 June 2013

We stayed in Room 10 (2 beds/kitchenette). The lodge is old and in need of some updating, but clean and comfortable. The staff was friendly and helpful. If you are looking for an inexpensive option with few hotel amenities ,then this is for you. The spring fed pool it what makes this a perfect family destination. The water is clear...

9Thank Anne M
Covington, Louisiana
Reviewed 12 June 2013

Great swimming hole. Swimming in the unchlorinated water with the fish is very refreshing. We have been fortune enough to be there when it is not too busy. One side is cemented to give it a pool type feeling while the other side is left natural and is much deeper. last we were there they had a low and high...

7Thank Ron1790
Reviewed 4 August 2012

Deduct a point for the uninspired housekeeping, deduct a point for no wi-fi, but then add all the points back in and then some because you're staying IN the park right across from one of the biggest, cleanest, clearest, and finest spring fed swimming pools on Earth. Now on to the lodging: The Courts are actually old "motor courts" from...

7Thank Greg S
Reviewed 1 August 2012

My three kids and I stayed here for one night on our way to Colorado from Texas. We stayed in one of the three-bed, two-room suites for about $85. The rooms were far from luxurious but clean and comfortable and walking distance from the spring, as well as the creek where the kids could see turtles, fish, etc. The only...

5Thank KLWHouston
Reviewed 24 July 2012

This is a beautiful state park. The rooms are in dire need of renovation. Due to budget restraints and the state of Texas not prioritizing where they spend available funds the rooms here go lacking. The last time we stayed there was a problem with mice climbing into the bed in the middle of the night. Sorry I can not...

7Thank SCJJM
Reviewed 20 March 2012

Just spent the weekend here at the San Soloman Courts in Balmorhea State Park. Got a room with two beds and kitchenette. I was told they don't supply anything, so we packed in what we needed. The rooms are older and worn, but were very clean and comfortable. The grounds were very quiet and relaxing. This is the most convenient...

7Thank jebbpra
Austin, Texas
Reviewed 31 January 2012

Just spent the weekend diving at Balmorhea. Loved the water! Got a room with two beds and kitchenette. I was told they don't supply anything, so I packed in what I needed. I think 'jbza' must have been expecting special treatment. The rooms are older and worn, but were clean. I expected to need bug spray based on all the...

3Thank DiveChick630
Dallas, TX
Reviewed 5 August 2010

The spring fed pool is wonderful and would recommend visiting it, but the attached state park motel is awful. For our party of 4, we had 2 towels, one soap and absolutely nothing is supplied in the so called kitchenette, rooms are dark and dingy. Our neighbors violated all state park/camping rules by smoking, drinking openly on their patio attached...

6Thank jbza
Austin, Texas
Reviewed 18 July 2010

The motel at Balmorhea State Park is cute at first glance, but ill maintained. The only advantage of staying there is its proximity to the pool and the low price. The grounds, though recently planted with native buffalo grass, were overgrown, but beautiful native shrubs were flowering profusely. The entry of the adobe style room is spacious, with room to...

6Thank longsailor
Irving, TX
Reviewed 3 April 2009

The San Solomon Courts at Balmorhea State Park are also worth checking out. They are somewhat old fashioned, something in an adobe type appearance, since they were built during the Depression years, but equally the equivalent of a Motel 6 as far as furnishings are concerned. The rooms were neat and well kept as were the bath fixtures. This is...

8Thank jJNB

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Address: Balmorhea State Park, Toyahvale, TX 79786
Region: United States > Texas > Toyahvale
Number of rooms: 18
Also Known As:
San Solomon Spring Courts Hotel Toyahvale
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“Suite 12 has gaps in roof which allow critters to stay above you and play football in the attic”
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“There are 18 rooms in a U shape, 2 are single king beds, 16 triple queen beds. Room 9 is next to the ice machine.”
yvonneb820, 6 Jun 2015 | Read review
“Opt for a room with a kitchenette. It comes in handy for a simple meal or to reheat leftovers.”
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“Ask for a room that has a back door that faces one of the streams.”
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