Lubbock offers a wealth of activities and museums. We’ve compiled a list of unique places to stay to help you make the most of your trip.
400 Railroad Ave., Slaton
After opening in 1912, Slaton’s two-story, Mission Revival structure provided railroad passengers and others with elegant meals and efficient service for three decades. Now, it’s been reopened as a cozy bed and breakfast.
1204 Broadway St., Lubbock
Constructed in the 1920s, the hotel has transformed into a modern site with luxury rooms complete with West Texas flair.