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Hotels in Lampasas start at $69 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Once known as the “Saratoga of the South” because of its mineral springs, Lampasas, Texas has a long history as a place of rest and relaxation. Today, a visit to Lampasas is as much about immersing yourself in a real historic Southwest town as it is about slipping into warm, healing waters. Its limestone buildings and narrow pedestrian alleys will give you those sought-after cozy feelings, while the wild, rolling knolls of Texas Hill Country will make you feel like a true explorer. Get up bright and early to greet the day from hotels in Lampasas, TX – you’ll be singing along with the robins before you know it.
If you find a steaming cup of coffee and a freshly made blueberry muffin to be the height of morning enjoyment, one of the Lampasas hotels near the Downtown Historic District will be your haven. After your perfect breakfast, stroll around Courtyard Square and search for the eight mysterious Lampasas Murals hidden all over the area.
Sweet, sweet summertime is ideal for a visit to lovely Lampasas. Join the friendly locals as they don glow-in-the-dark jewelry and dip into the comforting waters of Hancock Springs Free Flow Pool while live music echoes into the night. Or perhaps you yearn to frolic in faraway fields? Alight to adventure with one of Travelocity’s rental cars in Lampasas. At Colorado Bend State Park, 25 miles west of town, heed the call of the Colorado River as you paddle your way past shady elms and oaks to the cheerful tune of the American robin.
Whether you want to book a rustic hotel or town inn, you’ll always have a soft, cozy pillow to return to after your adventures with hotels in Lampasas on Travelocity. You’ll always enjoy the best available prices, further insured by our Travelocity Price Guarantee. With the money you’ll save, book one of the best hotels in Austin, located about an hour away, and delight in the big city after your stay in the country.