Marble Falls may be a small town, but it offers so much to see and do.
All of the locals know each other, and they treat newcomers with warmth and respect — more commonly known as “Texas hospitality.”
In terms of how the town feels, though, it’s quite big. There are so many places to visit and things to do. So much so that it makes sense to plan a weekend outing rather than a day trip. Here are five reasons you should consider staying the night at a Marble Falls hotel.

1. The lake is at your doorstep
[image  id="19164" title="Marble Falls Hotels"] Hampton Inn sits on Lake Marble Falls and is next to two restaurants. It's location sets it apart from other hotels.
Hampton Inn is only steps away from Lake Marble Falls, putting you in the perfect spot for water sports and activities. Spend the day boating, swimming, fishing, standup paddle boarding and kayaking. Watch the sunset over the lake before you call it a day.
Hampton Inn Marble Falls-On the Lake704 First St.

2. The views are impressive
[image  id="19162" title="Marble Falls Hotels"] La Quinta Inn & Suites has private balconies overlooking Lake Marble Falls. It offers a great view of the lake and evening sunsets.
La Quinta Inn & Suites has comfortable private balconies with panoramic views of Lake Marble Falls and the Texas Hill Country. Watch a remarkable sunset from the comfort of your own room.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites offers illustrious sights as well. Nestled in the Hill Country, look out your window to see the lush rolling hills and winding roads that make Central Texas unique.
La Quinta Inn & Suites Marble Falls501 RR 2147 West
Holiday Inn Express & Suites714 Corazon Drive

3. It’s easy to get around
Motel 6, Hill Country Inn, Quality Inn and Best Western are all on U.S. 281, which will take you to all the best spots in the area. You’re ready to hit the road for Sweet Berry Farm, area state parks and several Highland Lakes wineries. Or, if you stay in Marble Falls, all the attractions are close enough to visit including restaurants and quaint shops on Historic Main Street.
Best Western Marble Falls Inn1403 U.S. 281 North
Hill Country Inn1101 U.S. 281
Motel 61400 Ollie Lane off U.S. 281
Quality Inn Near Lake Marble Falls1206 U.S. 281 North

4. Relax after a long day
[image  id="19165" title="Marble Falls Hotels"] The pool at La Quinta Inn has a pool with a waterfall feature and a hot tub outside, overlooking Lake Marble Falls.
After spending your time on the lake or out on the town, kick back and relax at one of the Marble Falls hotels. The La Quinta Inn has a lush pool with a waterfall as well as an indoor spa. The pool at the Hampton Inn is situated at the edge of the lake for a pleasant dip at sunset.

5. Pets are welcome to stay, too
[image  id="19163" title="Marble Falls Hotels"] Most pet-friendly hotels allow two animals, but many do not allow cats. Be sure to check weight and breed restrictions before packing up and heading out on a vacation with your pets.
Want to bring your furry best friend with you? No problem. Several hotels in Marble Falls are pet-friendly. La Quinta Inn & Suites allows up to two pets — dogs and cats only — up to 30 pounds each. Holiday Inn Express & Suites allows dogs up to 50 pounds with a pet fee of $50 the first night and $10 each additional night. Motel 6 always lets well-behaved pets stay free. Quality Inn allows up to two pets no more than 50 pounds each and charges a $10 pet fee per night.
La Quinta Inn & Suites501 RR 2147 West
Holiday Inn Express & Suites714 Corazon Drive 
Motel 6 — 1400 Ollie Lane off U.S. 281
Quality Inn Near Lake Marble Falls 1206 U.S. 281 North

Convinced? Book your stay today.

JoAnna Kopp
Author: JoAnna Kopp