Ramada - Van Horn, TX is conveniently located halfway between El Paso and Midland, Texas, at Exit 138, Golf Course Drive in Van Horn, at the crossroads of the historic Old Spanish Trail through Texas. Today this area is the crossroads of the Texas Mountain Trail. The hotel provides a complimentary Full American breakfast each morning that is served from 6AM until 9:30 AM. In addition to a full Continental buffet, the hotel features made to order waffles and scrambled eggs. If you didn't travel with your own laptop, the Ramada has a full service Business Center in the Lobby with a computer where you can check your e-mail during your stay. Ramada - Van Horn has all interior corridor rooms with one king, two queen or two double beds, an activity table, color cable television and coffee maker, iron/board, and hair dryer. The hotel is fully equipped for Wireless High Speed Internet access in all guest rooms and lobby areas. Microwaves and refrigerators are in nearly all hotel rooms. Specially equipped rooms are available for physically challenged guests. A huge outdoor pool is the Ramada hotel courtyard centerpiece with a spacious sun deck and spa. The hotel is pet-friendly and welcomes you with a special grassy area for you to enjoy with your pet. Just a short drive away is Chuy's Authentic Mexican restaurant featuring the John Madden Hall of Fame - one of his favorite stops in his cross country sports casting trips. Area restaurants also include the Cattle Country Steak House, Country Grill and your choice of Dairy Queen, Subway, McDonald's and Wendy's. Van Horn is home of the Red Rock Ranch Tour (advance reservations necessary), a naturalistic environment that is world renown. The hotel is near McDonald Observatory, Ft. Davis and Devil Ridge Eagle Monument. The Ramada is just a short drive to Carlsbad Caverns, NM and Marfa for the famous Marfa Lights. The hotel is in the Central Time Zone and participates in Daylight Savings time. Just West of Van Horn w
Ramada - Van Horn, TX is conveniently located halfway between El Paso and Midland, Texas, at Exit 138, Golf Course Drive in Van Horn, at the crossroads of the historic Old Spanish Trail through Texas. Today this area is the crossroads of the Texas Mountain Trail.