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Fri, January 10, 2014, 10:00 AM CST
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207 Highland St Marfa, TX 79843, United States
207 Highland StreetUSTexasMarfa79843
(432) 729-3669hotelpaisano.com
In the heart of Marfa you'll find The Hotel Paisano, a magnificent Forbes Four-Star, AAA Four-Diamond historic hotel. Our downtown location is just blocks from any Marfa attractions. The Paisano itself is also one of Marfa's most popular attractions.
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Restored hotel with original architectural details, plus an outdoor pool & a restaurant.- Google
"The staff is very friendly and the lobby is opens to a beautiful courtyard."
"I didn't come here to watch TV and nor should you."
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Matt Clements
9 months ago
I initially made a reservation for three nights, checking in on a Tuesday and out on a Friday. Later I emailed the hotel and asked if it would be possible to move my reservation back one day, to Wednesday through Saturday. I received an email confirmation with the new dates—it was clearly a form email, identical to the first one I had received, with only the dates changed. Then, when we arrived, we were told that we would have to change rooms after two nights. We were going to have to be packed and out of our first room by 12pm (the usual check-out time) on Friday, and the person at the front desk said that they could not guarantee that we would be able to check into the new room earlier than 4pm (the usual check-in time). I did not want to have to change rooms at all, and I strenuously objected to being without a room for any significant period of time (since I was with my wife and our two kids, and we often need a rest sometime in the afternoon). Later, the same employee who had checked us in told my wife that the room change was necessary because I had asked to change the dates of the reservation. The employee seemed to think that the hotel had gone to some lengths to accommodate my request for a change and that I therefore had no right to complain about having to change rooms. She didn’t seem willing to acknowledge that the real problem was that the hotel had not informed me of the new arrangements and that this was entirely the hotel’s fault—I would never have kept the reservation if I had known that we would have to change rooms. Still later, the same employee told me that something had been rearranged so that we would not have to change rooms after all. She was not at all apologetic, however; her stiffly polite manner indicated to me that she thought I was being difficult and that she was accommodating an unreasonable request.
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ronald gonzales
a year ago
The hotel is beautiful but the town i could do without,if it wasnt for my son wanting ti come here i problably would stay in fort stockton and go from there to see the sights
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Curt York
3 months ago
We stayed in the Rock Hudson room.
A Google User
a year ago
RUDE desk clerk. Desk closes @ 10 pm. Awful early. We arrived at ten after ten, called a number posted on the desk and a women said she would come in. She arrived a few moments later. Wow, she tried to hide her rudeness, but that only lasted a few minutes. Ridiculously high price we were quoted, then she was pushing us for a decision as we debated. She also made sure to point out that the number we called was for emergency only. She was so rude we just left.
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Ryan Davenport
2 years ago
1940's style hotel that I keep thinking about months after I left. It's a beacon in the hip yet sleepy town of Marfa. I didn't come here to watch TV and nor should you. So disregard those he complain about the modern amenities. It is a nice hotel that does feel old in a charming way and not modern pretending to be old. I enjoyed my stay here thoroughly, and just loved sitting on the balcony listening to the gathers in the courtyard chatter well near midnight. I'll be coming back. Great gem in the desert.
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David Wood
2 years ago
I have traveled all over the world and Hotel Paisano is the pinnacle of old school charm. The staff is very friendly and the lobby is opens to a beautiful courtyard. The lobby itself is perfect for waking up, drinking your coffee, and planning your day. The property is beautifully maintained and the location is great- easy to walk to a few shops and restaurants. We don't head west often, but when we do I'm sure we will be staying at Hotel Paisano again.
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Rob J
2 years ago
Didn't stay here but ate at the restaurant - was impressed by the service, selection and most importantly the food.
A Google User
7 years ago
and the list of negative things continuous....no security, 8" tv in the room, main problem there are no phones in the rooms!! yes, it's true, we are in 21st century and these clowns failed to install phones! all staff leaves at 9pm and you are on your own with no phone! service pathetic...rooms are not clean, dusty, roaches............walls apparently do not have any insulation so expect to hear anything your neighbors are up to at nights...it's maybe attractive for someone with certain habits but not very comfortable for family with kids, if you know what I mean....years ago maybe was a nice hotel but not anymore... will never stay there again, or would not recommend to a friend!
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