It may be a college town, but there are lots of things to do in College Station for any age group. Local beer and wine are found aplenty, and it has got a fantastic culinary scene. Take a tour to a local pecan farm, enjoy a game of football, check out Texan natural beauty at Lake Bryan, or take advantage of what college towns are known for: their fantastic night life.
There are a few different neighborhoods within College Station to base yourself on your vacation. Bryan is a young hangout. It is there that most of the local students are based. As a result, there are various hotels in the area that appeal to young adults and families alike. These mostly come to town to catch a game at the Viking Stadium, or to grab a skateboard and whizz around the Williamson Skate Park.
A more rural area, Burton Creek is located on the outskirts of College Station. Here, you can find the beautiful Tanglewood Park and other attractions. It is very conveniently placed close to the airport. Should you be after something a little more lavish, or consider yourself a wine connoisseur, opt for a stay at Vintage Hills, where some of Texas’ best wine is made. The most famous of these is Messina Hof Winery and Resort. However, there are plenty others to choose from.
For those seeking a luxurious vacation, pick one of the four 4 star hotels spread out over Bryan and College station. These hotels offer reasonable prices starting from
Should you be visiting College Station on business, check into one of its 62 business hotels, which are spread throughout the city. With a variety of style and prices, College Station is home to 39 pet-friendly hotels, perfect for those traveling with a pooch.
If you are after a different type of hotel, choose to stay at one of College Station’s two boutique hotels. One is located in downtown College Station and the other one in Bryan. One is arty and designer, while the other is located in a historic building. So, whatever your desires are, you can be sure that they will be met.
Located just three miles outside of town, Easterwood Airport flies to Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston, both of which are international hubs that can connect you across the country and internationally. There are lots of hotels close to the airport, making it easy to grab a room before or after your flight.