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Top Campus Landmarks

Near Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center

When you’re looking for a hotel, sometimes what you’re evaluating isn’t so much the hotels themselves, but rather their locations. After all, it’s easy for the color of the bedding to be overshadowed by how close the hotel is or isn’t to your dream destination. If you’re paying a visit to Texas A&M University–be it for a sporting event, Family Weekend, prospective student tour, or any event in between–you won't find a hotel closer to campus than ours. 

We pride ourselves as the ultimate Texas A&M campus hotel, not just for our award-winning amenities and accommodations, but for our location on Aggieland’s doorstep. Kyle Field is at the other end of a quick 96-yard walk from our hotel, but so are countless other Texas A&M landmarks, parks, event venues, and significant buildings. Stay close to the campus and community you’ve come to College Station to experience. 

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Important Locations

Whether you’re visiting campus on business or pleasure, you’re sure to find one of these buildings on your agenda. Maybe you have a meeting in the Memorial Student Center or you want to familiarize yourself with Aggie history at the Sanders Corps of Cadets Center. Take a quick walk to them all. 

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From an over 100-year-old tree to a presidential museum, Texas A&M is a campus full of landmarks. Take a walk through Aggie history by way of these points of interest, or even just use them for some of the best photo ops on campus. 

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Event Venues

Of everything the campus has to offer, it’s the event venues that probably fly under the radar for most who visit Texas A&M. Kyle Field and Reed Arena are Aggie favorites, but Texas A&M also welcomes Broadway shows to a theater next door to our hotel. 

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Get outside at Texas A&M University. Shake off a day of meetings or freshen up before a night on the town at one of the many parks on campus. Swing through to smell the bluebonnets or stick around for a picnic. 

  • The Gardens at Texas A&M University | 0.8 miles, 16 minute walk | Get Directions
  • Aggie Park | 0.5 miles, 9 minute walk | Get Directions
  • Texas A&M University Research Park | 1.3 miles, 25 minute walk | Get Directions 
  • Eli Whiteley Medal of Honor Park | 0.7 miles, 15 minute walk | Get Directions