Our weekend in El Paso was spent in a beautiful setting in this historic Old West gem. Well maintained, excellent service, great rooms. In the heart of downtown El Paso, it's a great place to stay.
Caveat: Downtown El Paso is quite dead on the weekend. Even the nearby Starbucks is closed on the weekend! No coffee in the rooms. This is problem — when will hotels "get" that?
The only comparison I could make was from having living in the Bay Area and finding that the busy and renewed downtown Oakland was a ghost town on weekends — exactly the same. They are busy during the week with downtown workers. So it is with El Paso. Closed up for the weekend.
Except for the coffee issue, a good pick.More