The Hampton Inn & Suites El Paso Airport Completes a Major Renovation

USA, Fairfax, Virginia. May 08, 2023

The Hampton Inn & Suites El Paso Airport in Texas is welcoming guests into its newly reimagined hotel. The hotel's 94 guest rooms and 45 suites have been refurbished, as well as the hotel's meeting space and public areas. Crestline Hotels & Resorts manages the hotel.

The Hampton Inn & Suites El Paso Airport‘s redesigned lobby will delight guests with new furnishings, stylish artwork, and upgraded flooring. Each of the guestrooms and suites have new bedding, contemporary wall coverings, carpeting, a new 50-inch HDTV, and updated bathrooms - many with a walk-in shower. All guest rooms feature a microwave and mini-fridge, and guest suites have full kitchens. Guests can enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. A hot complimentary breakfast is offered each morning in the refreshed Breakfast Bar and every Tuesday and Wednesday the hotel manager hosts a complimentary guest reception at 5:30 p.m. The 888 square feet of meeting space has new furnishings and carpeting, and the outdoor pool area has been updated with the addition of a fire pit. The workout room features a new Peloton® bike.

The Hampton Inn & Suites El Paso Airport is located at 6635 Gateway Boulevard West, El Paso, Texas. It is easily accessed from Interstate-10 and is less than two miles from El Paso International Airport (ELP). The hotel is eight miles from downtown El Paso and a short drive to Fort Bliss, the University of Texas at El Paso, and Texas Tech University. It is also minutes from Magoffin Home State Historic Site, the El Paso Museum of History, and Franklin Mountains State Park.

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