Where to Stay for the Aggieland Art Trail

Aloft College Station

Aloft College Station Hotel

The Aloft lobby area hosts abstract art by members of the Visual Art Society of Bryan-College Station.

Embassy Suites by Hilton

Embassy Suites by Hilton College Station

This Embassy Suites is special because it is convenient, bull of amenities and Benjamin Knox art is hanging throughout the hotel.

Hotel McCoy – College Station

Hotel McCoy-College Station

Hotel McCoy College Station is exploding with art and amenities. There’s the art gallery and murals by Tyler Kay and others.

La Quinta Inn & Suites

La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham

This convenient hotel packed with amenities has the tallest mural in the BCS area. Remixuno (Claudio Rico), based out of Brooklyn, NY and Mexico City, said that his choice of painting Reveille, came from his desire to create something the community would be proud of and honor an Aggieland tradition.

The George Hotel

The George Hotel

This hotel located in Century Square is home to an amazing red, white and blue art installation by Houston artist, Thedra Cullar-Ledford. It consists of about 10,000 books with colored spines stacked from floor to ceiling. 

The Nest Bed.Breakfast.Spa

The Nest Bed. Breakfast.Spa

A discreet retreat only 15 minutes from Texas A&M, this B&B plus spa promises “a still point in a fast-paced life, where past and future meet.” Take a picture with the 6 foot butterfly painted by owner and massage therapist, Susan Olson. Walk across the picturesque foot bridge by local sculptor, Larry Schueckler ’75.

The Stella Hotel

The Stella Hotel

This warm, contemporary hotel is centrally located. Lake Walk is right outside its doors. Here you will find The Local, an outdoor market most Tuesdays from 4-7pm, featuring artisans, producers, and crafters from across the Brazos Valley. Check the calendar.

For more lodging options visit: Experience College Station or Destination Bryan