german heritage and american pride in Texas. welcome to the Hampton Inn & Suites Fredericksburg, TX. Take a unique journey through a patriotic city with a strong German heritage when you visit Fredericksburg, a treasure trove of American historical artifacts and natural wonders. The Hampton Inn & Suites® hotel in Fredericksburg, TX is located in the heart of the city, within walking distance to many of the attractions that make this one of the most popular small towns in the nation. Start out in the National Museum of the Pacific War, featuring the Nimitz Museum to honor the city's native son, Admiral Chester W. Nimitz-and it is only one block from our Fredericksburg hotel. In the same complex, you can see the Plaza of the Presidents and the Japanese Garden of Peace. Our hotel in Fredericksburg also offers the LBJ State Park, featuring the "Texas White House" and ranch, as well as a living history pioneer farmstead. Also visit Enchanted Rock State Park, with the second-largest granite dome in North America. Get a startling view of nature at the "Bat Tunnel," where over two million bats emerge every evening during the summer. You will also find great golf courses and shopping near the hotel. Get more tips on the bountiful attractions of this town from the team at our Fredericksburg hotel. services & amenities Here at the Hampton Inn & Suites Fredericksburg, TX, we're passionate about taking good care of you. That's why we offer a broad range of services and amenities to make your stay exceptional. Whether you're planning a corporate meeting or need accommodations for a family reunion or your child's sporting group, we're delighted to offer you easy planning and booking tools to make the process quick and organized * Meetings & Events * Local Restaurant Guid
The shower curtain was mounted such that any water that hits the curtain ends up on the floor. We had to mop up a lot of water, using most of the towels, after every shower. There was only one small trash can under the wet bar and none in the bathroom. One table lamp had a bad fluorescent bulb in it. The TV remote control's battery compartment hatch was broken, such that the batteries had to be manually held in place to use it. Why should a guest have to repeatedly call the front desk to report things that are broken or missing from the room? Why isn't all of that tended to prior to the guest's arrival? And lastly, they're using those cheap, daylight colored complact fluorescent bulbs in every lamp throughout the entire room and in the ceiling fixtures. I don't have a problem with CFLs as long as their color temperature is warm. I felt like I was sleeping at a bus stop.
We've stayed here several times and it's a great location, free breakfast and the staff is very friendly. The rooms we have stayed in (low 2s and 3s) are all very large and comfortable.
Make sure you stay on the top (3rd) floor in the back. The floors are less than soundproof and if you're on 1 or 2, you will hear the folks above you. The front rooms have balconies, but overlook the street and tend to be noisier. The only elevator is pretty slow so if this is critical for you, it might not be the best spot.
Good location but that's about it.
Very plain room. Bathroom door was broken.