Planning a trip to Marfa? We’ve got you covered on where to stay! This quirky West Texas town is full of charm and history, and its accommodations are no different. From historic hotels to glamping getaways and teepees and trains, explore all the best places to stay in Marfa!

Updated February 2024



Hotel Paisano Marfa

Cibolo Creek Ranch

Just 30 minutes outside of town near the stunning Chinati Mountains, you’ll find this luxury ranch! Stay in a poolside, lakeside, or creekside room, or book one of their historic forts for an even more unique experience. The entire hacienda is stunning and features tons of on-site activities like yoga and meditation, along with access to hiking trails, horseback riding, hunting, and more! It’s the perfect immersive Western wellness retreat.



Corte Del Norte

This captivating property is perfect for a romantic or girls' weekend getaway! Choose from one of three villas: Love House, Rock City House, and Crash Here, each with its own unique vibe. Surrounding the units, you’ll find a sprawling cactus garden, fire pits, a billiards room, and Para Llevar, a local pizza spot. This spot also does weddings!



Hotel Paisano

It doesn’t get more Marfa than Hotel Paisano. This elegant hotel was founded in the 1930s, and has hosted hundreds of cattle ranchers, cowboys, and even movie stars! Elizabeth Taylor, James Dean, and an entire film crew stayed here during the making of the movie ‘GIANT’. You can even stay in the same rooms they did! The onsite restaurant, Jett’s Grill, serves unique gourmet dishes that are a must-try during your stay. (Pictured)



Hotel Saint George

This charming hotel opened in 1886, and has stood the test of time as Marfa has changed over the years! From the minimalist rooms to the local artwork throughout, this hotel is West Texas luxury at its best. Grab a cocktail from Bar St. George, lounge at the pool, and enjoy seasonal dishes at their onsite restaurant, LaVenture, for the perfect getaway!



Marfa House

This historic hotel opened in 1892 as a hotel for railroad travelers, and has since been converted to apartment-style rooms! It’s located in the heart of Marfa, with 11 rooms available to stay in, ranging from studios to two-bedroom suites. With kitchens, fireplaces, and an adorable porch to chill on, you’ll feel right at home!



The Brite Building

This historic building Downtown has it all! It’s owned by the beloved glamping spot, El Cosmico, and has a similar boho vibe. The rooms are located above the Ayn Foundation art gallery, so you’ll have Andy Warhol paintings just down the stairs! The building is also home to a delicious Italian restaurant, Margaret’s in Marfa.



The Lincoln

When you stay at this boutique hotel, you get your own private home instead of just a room! Each unit is unique, ranging from an adorable pink house to a restored underground bunker. The gorgeous property is over 100 years old, and the recent restoration brought gave it new life. You’ll find a desert-style garden, koi pond, bocce ball courts, a soak tank, and fire pits, all in the beautiful courtyard!



Thunderbird Hotel

This classic roadside hotel looks like a retro movie set! The upgraded motel-style rooms feature midcentury modern decor, and you can enjoy amenities like a 24-hour pool, courtyard fire pits, complimentary coffee, and even bikes, typewriters, and record players available for rent.




El Cosmico Marfa

El Cosmico

One of our favorite glamping spots in Texas, El Cosmico has so many unique ways to stay! Pitch your own tent on the gorgeous property, rent a 70s-style trailer, or stay in a Sioux-TeePee, Mongolian Yurt, or African Safari Tent. The vibes and aesthetic here are truly unmatched, and they even have 3D-printed homes to stay in coming soon! (Pictured)



Marfa Yacht Club

Travel back in time at Marfa Yacht Club, a desert airstream and RV park! Stay in a 1930s-style airstream trailer, which include wifi, a kitchen, and in-trailer showers, or park your own under the pavilions. On the property, enjoy stunning mountain views, bocce courts, a shipping container pool, and outdoor grilling and picnic areas.



Midnight Train to Marfa

On Airbnb, you can rent a train car to stay in! Yes, this is a Vintage 1948 Santa Fe Caboose, renovated with quirky decor, a kitchen, bathroom, and patio. The backyard area is massive, with amazing views, and the patio even has an outdoor tub! You’ll enjoy the quintessential Wild West experience at one of the most unique stays in Marfa.