Exploring the Cultural Arts District is sure to leave you hungry. Lucky for you, the food scene in El Paso is excellent and has drawn the attention of national TV shows like Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. After your meal, no need to rush off, stay the night at one of the many downtown hotels.
A classy, yet casual hangout situated in the heart of Downtown El Paso, International boasts a rooftop overlooking the San Jacinto Plaza. Visit International at 114 E. Mills Ave.
More than downtown El Paso’s newest dining destination, ámbar restaurante also reveals a culinary narrative that mixes Mexican cultures, traditions, centuries-old ingredients, and modern presentations.
Conveniently located on the lobby level of the plaza hotel pioneer park, the open-kitchen concept lends itself to a spectacular dining experience where flames dance over open wood grills and meals are designed to be shared.
Built in 1912, the Hotel Paso Del Norte has a rich history. Modern updates that respect the historic design will have you falling in love with the interior of the hotel. Relax in the spacious rooms or enjoy the rooftop pool. Hotel Paso Del Norte is located at 101 S. El Paso, just across from the art museum.
Designed by the famed architects Trost & Trost, the hotel was completed in 1930. The Art Deco style, with setbacks at the 16th and 17th floors, and Ludowici clay tile pyramidal roof are largely unaltered from the original design. The Plaza Hotel is located at 106 Mills Ave., a short walk from the San Jacinto Plaza and the art museum.
The signature welcoming gift —the DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie —and the outdoor pool that overlooks the baseball stadium are sure to impress you. Located at 600 N El Paso St., the DoubleTree is conveniently located near the history museum, fabulous restaurants and the San Jacinto Plaza.