“The room was very well-appointed but my two favorite things were watching the sun rise over Kyle field from my window and the Gig ‘Em Aggies” engraved on the shower handle!” - Jill D.
“Sleeping under a lighted picture of Kyle Field is better than sleeping under the stars! The room was beautifully decorated and encompassed all things Aggie!” - Cathryn B.
“The atmosphere is great, the facility is topnotch, but what is really great is the initial greeting you get at the front desk. I travel quite a bit for work and pleasure, and having that Aggie greeting when you first walk in sets the tone for the entire stay.” - Egan C.
“It is quite incredible to have a beautiful facility so unique to our school right in the heart of campus. I loved the text communications before, during, and following the stay. Easy way to access information.” - Chesney C.
“The bed was so comfortable. I usually do not sleep well the first night in a hotel, but I slept like a baby.” - Sherri K
“I had the Sugar Daddy (12/10 recommend. It’s like fall in a cup!) and the Ice Ice Baby (which I also rate as a 12/10 because it was straight up dessert in a cup). With PLENTY of seating, large tables, bench seating, and EXCEPTIONAL views, heading to the Junction to relax, get some homework done, or meet with someone is now easier than ever.” Matt Jones, Field + Lane
“This hotel is amazing! You can get a front row view of Texas A&M Campus and Kyle Field from the upper deck while enjoying a beverage! Can’t get better than that!” - Michelle C.
"The bar service was amazing and the hotel atmosphere and decor were terrific. This will be the only place we stay while at Texas A&M." - Cheryl R.
“It was amazing to walk back and forth from the room throughout the weekend and not worry about parking, traffic, or a place to sit and relax. From midnight yell, to afternoon activities, the game itself and finally the overnight bonfire memorial ceremony, we always had home base. Plus, we felt we got to experience the heartbeat of the campus, and all the tradition and culture of Texas A&M, staying there.” - Chuck P
“The best part of my stay was I could allow my teenagers that were ready to go 4th quarter, to walk across the street to the Texas A&M Hotel and order a pizza, while I stayed and watched the game!!! If we had been at a different hotel, we would have all had to leave together and I may have missed the end of The Game of The Century!!!👍🏼#BTHOLSU” - Kathy