If you can't get out of town for Valentine's Day you should definitely check out the amazing hotels we have in downtown El Paso. They are historic, renovated, and top notch places to get away for the weekend.

1. Stanton House - The Fernandez family renovated an old furniture store that had been empty for years. The lobby is super sleek and that extends into the very international feel to this property. Call for reservations at (915) 271-3600.

Front desk in the lobby:

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Center of the lobby:

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Right side of the lobby:

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Stanton House room:

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Walk in shower in bathroom:

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Bathtub guest room:

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2. Hotel Indigo - This hotel is very hip and chic. The pool and bar area have a very upscale Sinatra Rat Pack vibe. It's way cool, man, and a real gem in downtown El Paso. Call for reservations, (915) 532-5200.

When you walk in at street level, you take these elevators to the lobby.

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Lobby view to the pool.

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Indigo pool

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Totally could see the Kennedys and Marilyn Monroe hanging out here.

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I had a fantastic Moscow mule here, yum.

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3. Basset Tower Aloft El Paso Downtown - I took a tour of the Aloft when it first opened. You can check out that article here. The Bassett Tower is an impressive building and staying there would be an amazing experience. Call for reservations at (915) 351-7990.

Aloft hotel patio bar:

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Bassett Tower view from patio bar:

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