Named after the indispensable insulin-inducing ingredient, Sugar Land, Texas, was once a sugar plantation and refinery town before becoming one of the most luxurious districts in the state. To take best advantage of Sugar Land’s top-shelf amenities and the easygoing lakeside spirit, get to know locals in the Town Square or venture out on your own along secluded hiking trails. And if fine dining is what you seek, rest assured that you’ll feast on more than delightful confections. That said, heed Ernestine Ulmer’s wisdom: “Life is short. Eat dessert first.” So start booking amazing hotels in Sugar Land, TX, and enjoy the sweet, sweet taste of adventure.
Visiting Sugar Land
At the Imperial Sugar Company, take a big bite out of local history, from the first walls of a plantation house to the sweet success of a household name. While you’re on the east side of town, follow the scent of hot dogs and fresh-cut grass to Constellation Field for a baseball game. Cheer along with the local Skeeters fans donning their brightest blue and yellow uniform. “Skeeters” is short for “mosquitos,” so light a citronella candle for ambiance and enjoy the game. For hours of fresh air in the warm Texas sun, take a stroll along the Justin P. Brindley Trail near the Brazos River. We hope you brought your canine companion, because Pawm Springs Dog Park is where all the classy pooches go to play. You can’t visit “The Lone Star State” without getting barbecue sauce all over your face. Pick up one of our Sugar Land car rentals and cruise the town for a lip-licking baby back ribs. Around the Town Square Plaza, you can count on smokehouse classics and a variety of international cuisine with a Texas twist. Try a little of everything and relax in lovely Sugar Land hotels.
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