Room AC would not cool down from wall thermostat. Had to call reception to use their system. Left room for 3 hours and the AC shut down again. When I returned the temperature was at 82 degrees. The pillows were comfortable but the bed was very soggy. Even in the King size we had, we both ended up ...
Everything great except breakfast buffet. Food good but no plates, silverware, coffee or juice evident. Took a few minutes to get these things as they seemed understaffed for this. But finally got everything and waiters very helpful. Not a big deal but was surprised at this considering everything ...
Hotel was very clean and the staff was very helpful with questions I had and they were super polite. Anybody staying in Mcallan I would highly recommend La Quinta Hotel and Suites on S 10 street. Thanks again. 😀
Nice comfortable stay. Friendly staff. Kids love the swimming pool, inside pool leads to the outside. Outside jacuzzi not working though. The sofa bed was a big plus. Our boys are big and everyone got to sleep comfortable. Also free laundry machines! No need to look for quarters. Other than that ...
There is work going on in various parts of the hotel but impacted us very little. Our room and floor was quiet and no paint smell. The breakfast buffet is exceptionally well serviced. Our room was clean and very comfortable. There was a question about whether Wyndham Rewards would process my points ...
I stayed with my family for a weekend, staff was really friendly and helped me whenever I request. The hotel was really quiet and I loved the bed, the parking was secure and you can take a little walk around, they are lot of places close.
This was our first time staying with this hotel brand. We were pleasantly surprised about how nice the hotel was. The staff was very friendly and helpful, and the place was very clean and taken care of. From the outside it looked kind of plain and simple, but the inside was well decorated and ...
Situated in Southern Texas, along the Mexican border, lies the town of McAllen. Proudly displaying a rich artistic and cultural history while simultaneously boasting local ecology suitable for many migratory species of birds and butterflies, this town has a unique charm and intrigue for visitors.
For a healthy dose of culture and recreation, visitors should stay near the De Palmas Historic District. The neighborhood is full of unique art, dining hotspots, and the McAllen Art Walk, which guides visitors on a stroll through local studios, galleries, and live music venues, like Archer Park. For a change of scenery and only a short drive up north, you can find the International Museum of Art and Science. Its exhibits are focused on the Rio Grande River ecosystem. Just east is Fireman’s Park, a city park offering kayaking, paddle-boarding, and biking for its active guests.
Nature lovers will find McAllen to be a bird and butterfly haven, and have quite a few options when picking an area in the city to stay. Close to both McAllen’s Downtown and the McAllen Convention Center the McAllen Nature Center is located. The latter is a prominent bird-watching spot in the city. With close proximity to the 17th Street Entertainment District, it makes an ideal home base for nature observation in the mornings and a happening nightlife scene in the evenings. South of US 83, not far from the giant La Plaza Mall, is the Quinta Mazlatan. This 1930’s Spanish-style mission houses 230 species of birds along with migratory butterflies, making it a true natural delight.
The outlying areas of McAllen offer even more opportunities for adventure and nature seekers. Head west and book a room in the city of Mission. With numerous hiking and biking trails, access to the Anzalduas Park along Mexico’s border and the Bentsen-Rio Grande State Park, and being home to both the National Butterfly Center and World Birding Center Headquarters, it is loaded to the brim with outdoor pleasures.
McAllen offers travelers 28 3 star hotels to choose from, priced from
Many airports are in close proximity to McAllen, leaving room for comparing distance, cost and convenience.Valley International Airport is located 50 miles east of McAllen, with domestic flights arriving and departing daily.Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport is 70 miles southeast, serving only regional Texas flights.
Both General Lucio Blanco Airport and General Servando Canales International Airport are 40 miles south of McAllen, in Mexico. They cater to Mexican airlines and require crossing the Mexico/United States border via car. Just two miles south of McAllen lies McAllen Miller International Airport. This hub offers travelers nonstop domestic and international flights. Its close proximity to town makes it the most convenient in terms of location when visiting McAllen.
Regardless of your choice, you can easily find hotels near Brownsville South Padre Island Airport, Valley International Airport, General Lucio Blanco International Airport, General Servando Canales International Airport or McAllen Miller International Airport for a night’s stay. This is especially handy when you have extremely early or late departures and want to avoid the hassle of transferring between town and the airport.
PLEASING GREAT FOR OVERNIGHT STAY FOUND THE MOTEL BY ROAD SIGN RELAXING
I enjoyed my stay ,staff was well managed. Location was great.
There is work going on in various parts of the hotel but impacted us very little. Our room and floor was quiet and no paint smell. The breakfast buffet is exceptionally well serviced. Our room was clean and very comfortable. There was a question about whether Wyndham Rewards would process my points because I booked through Orbitz, but the staff was helpful about registering the points. I will wait to see if Wyndham credits my points. The Orbitz price was lower than the WR price by mote than the points were worth.
Location location location! It’s near all kinds of businesses and restaurants. Staff was very kind and helpful. Hotel was very clean at all times.