The team at our Hampton Inn & Suites Palestine is passionate about providing you more than simply a place to sleep during your visit. We are delighted you've chosen to stay with us and we pledge to make your stay comfortable and worry-free. As soon as you step into your fresh, spacious room, you'll notice some of the special extras we've put there for your convenience. Look and feel your best each day with a few cups of coffee that you can brew just the way you like it with your in-room coffee maker. Freshen up your clothes as they come out of the suitcase on your complimentary in-room ironing board. Before you start your day in and around Palestine, plan your schedule in the lobby while you enjoy our 24-hour coffee and tea service. After a day of antiquing in historic downtown Palestine, nothing feels better than a relaxing swim in our large indoor pool or an invigorating workout in our exercise room. When you need to stay in touch with the office, stop by the 24-hour business center to print, copy, fax and email from one convenient, central location. Email stories and pictures of your visit to friends and family back home. Every room in our hotel in Palestine is equipped with complimentary high-speed internet access to make sharing your digital photos a snap. Before you call it a night, catch the late news or one of your favorite programs on the 32 inch HDTV that offers up a complete listing of popular channels plus a complimentary premium movie channel. Have a special request? Our team is ready to help, all you have to do is ask.
Palestine is a charming Texas city with the feel of the deep south. The city offers a variety of restaurants restored Victorian homes yards and parks filled with magnolia and dogwood trees Texas State Railroad museums and numerous attractions. The Hampton Inn and Suites Palestine is located on Business Loop 256 close to shopping and numerous restaurants. In addition downtown buildings display architecture from the early 1800s and are filled with specialty shops antique stores and unique merchandise. Old Town adds to the mix with relaxed atmosphere and fun-filled shopping. As the soft breezes whisper through the tall pines and dogwoods you may hear the whistle of a distant train. Often called the Iron Horse but better known as the Texas State Railroad the train makes weekend excursions through the splendor of the countryside and a step back in time as visitors are transported to a time when the steam engine was the ruler of transportation. In the heart of the city is the world famous Eilenberger's Bakery offering for 100 years old world recipe cakes cookies and pastries. Or if festivals are your forte then check out the Fall Fest/Oktoberfest /formerly Hot Pepper Fest/ or Dogwood Trails Festivals or any one of the numerous events occurring throughout the year.
3 kms to city centre
219 kms to the nearest airport (dallas love field)
-1 km to the nearest fair site (?)