I had reserved a king non smoking room. When I got there I was told they didn't have a king non smoking available and when I showed my confirmation number with the room a reserved she responded "tuff luck". I will NEVER go back to that place or any other branch of their hotels thanks to that ...
Rusty, the staff that greeted me at the front desk was very nice. The room was clean. The mattresses were very clean, I always check for bedbugs, but I would have liked to have seen zippered mattress covers on them, but I am just glad they were clean and bug free! It was a nice hotel and I would ...
I booked based off a friends recommendation and it was a better stay than I could of dreamed. My 2 kids ages 3 and 11 loved the pool and games. I enjoyed having everything right there and not being the price of a 5 star big chain hotel. Loved the staff, all very friendly out going people. Will be ...
really good experience at the hotel recommending it to other co-workers
The queen couch was not comfortable. Cushions do not reach the edge of the sofa creating a uncomfortable seating position.
Have stayed in many Hamptons over the years. Staff were very helpful and responsive. Would stay again.
THAT'S WHAT I NEEDED, COMFY PILLOWS!! SLEPT LIKE A BABY. THIS IS A GREAT PLACE FOR FAMILIES- KITCHEN INCLUDED
San Angelo is a city in the state of Texas in the United States. Also known as the River City, the Concho City, the Pearl of the Conchos, and the Oasis of West Texas, San Angelo is home to three lakes as well as the beautiful Concho River, which runs through the heart of the city. Rich in history, arts, and culture, San Angelo features historic architecture, including the headquarters of the 4th and 10th Cavalry and 16th Infantry, a sophisticated symphony, top ballet and folk dance schools, and fabulous museums. Guests in San Angelo hotels will find several accommodation options and can explore artistic alleys, historic murals, internationally acclaimed waterlillies, and the Concho Pearls this city is famous for.
San Angelo has several top class convention facilities available to guests. The most popular include the ASU Research Center, the Cactus Hotel, the City Auditorium, and the CJ Davidson Conference Center.
San Angelo is famous for its steakhouses, Mexican, and other cuisines. Try the Texas-style Chopped beef brisket at Dickey's Barbecue Pit, a restaurant opened in 1941, dedicated to the perfect Texan barbecue.
The San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo is held every year in February and is one of the most famous in the country. It includes a parade, carnival, concerts and many other events in addition to the main stock show and rodeo.
Visit Sunset Mall on Sunset Drive, which has a wide variety of stores offering almost anything, from Apparel to beauty treatments to restaurants.
Visit Foster Field, the home of the San Angelo Colts minor league baseball team, San Angelo's professional baseball team.