Hotel Matador is a newly-restored bed and breakfast in downtown Matador, Texas. This West Texas community has a rich ranching heritage, offers abundant hunting opportunites, and is located in the beautiful Caprock Foothills. Hotel Matador opened for business in 1915. Renovations have returned the historic building to its former glory. The new owners and hostesses are three sisters with ties to the community that span five generations.
5 on April 27, 2017
We stayed for one night and our suite was just absolutely beautiful! In the morning, we couldn't wait to get up! We had an amazing breakfast made by Marilyn which was delicious! She was a wonderful hostess. Three sisters own this beautiful hotel which they have restored to its magnificent era, but with all the modern amenities. We want to go back in the near future. Definitely worth the drive!
5 on April 17, 2017
Great place to stay. Very quiet and enjoyable. Rooms are clean and the food is great!!
5 on April 16, 2017
Calm, quiet, wonderful breakfast. Clean rooms. Just a great place to,stay.
4.2 on April 01, 2017
Opportunity to dine was there but did not take it. Very friendly.
4.0 on March 16, 2017
My name is Barbara Abbott, my husband and I stayed one night in the Matador Hotel in Matador, TX. It was an excellent stay, the room was very nice and comfortable. It was like stepping back in time. We stayed in the Cotton Belt room but each room was decorated beautifully. Marilyn, the owner, was exceptional!! Very friendly and outgoing and made us a an awesome breakfast, we could easily get spoiled. We give this place and exceeded my expectations!!
4.6 on March 10, 2017
Jacuzzi tub and unbelievable shower. Breakfast was outstanding!
5 on February 19, 2017
clean quiet, warm rooms and wonderful breakfast! Will tell people about this B and B.
4.4 on February 08, 2017
The rooms are lovely and the ladies are fabulous. If you stay on Sunday night it may be difficult to find restaurants to eat at because nothing is open. One suggestion that might be a good idea for the hotel is to offer breakfast choices for their guests. Some individuals will not eat egg as any other way except scrambled, that's not the hotels fault just a picky eater. Just a suggestion. I liked that the sheets smelled like bleach because you know it's sanitized. Cleanliness is the most important thing to us in a hotel room. The shower was amazing, with multiple streams that helped sore muscles recover after hiking in Caprock Canyon. One other suggestion I have for the hotel is to invest in better pillows. The furniture is beautiful, the atmosphere peaceful, and amenities were wonderful. We had a great time and would recommend this hotel to our friends and family.
5 on January 23, 2017
Great historical place to stay. Very comfortable beds, great Wi-Fi, and great breakfast.
5 on January 19, 2017
Spent a weekend at a breath taking B&B. The history, the home feel setting, and excellent staff, the Matador Hotel B&B is an excellent place to stay and enjoy a fabulous small town. The Matador Hotel is so closes to state parks, Town of Turkey, Matador Ranch, and tons of Western history. A perfect place to relax and enjoy peace. Totally worth every moment and memory.
Downtown, Small town
Lubbock, TX (LBB) 70 miles
Hotel Matador is located in downtown Matador, Texas.
Antique Shopping, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Picnic area, Religious Services, Rodeo
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, Computer, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Library, Radio, Secretarial services, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Hunting, Sight-seeing
Linda Roy, Caron Perkins, and Marilynn Hicks
Muy poco Espanol, English
Two of us are retired school administrators eager to begin a new career. Marilynn is a former home economics teacher who is an excellent cook. Linda is a former English and journalism teacher who will be glad to assist you in document preparation. Caron is still actively employed at UTPB. We are all West Texas women who love to host new friends in our newly-restored, historic bed and breakfast.