Eastland Historic Hotel
Before you book, please note:
We have a minimum two-night stay for weekends and holidays.
We have a strict no pet and no smoking policy.
We do not accommodate large gatherings or parties.
ABOUT THE EASTLAND HISTORIC HOTEL
The Eastland Hotel was built in 1918 during the oil boom. The Princess Theater and Stanley Café occupied the first floor, and the Stanley Hotel was located on the second and third floors.
Located in downtown next to the Majestic Theatre, the Eastland Historic Hotel is the place to stay in Eastland County.
We have 7 unique rooms to choose from. Each of the guest rooms feature a king size bed, private bathroom, direct TV, Hi-Speed Wireless Internet, individual heat & a/c unit, and a coffee maker.
What We Offer
Light, self serve breakfast served in lounge area, including cereal, yogurt bagels, coffee and juice.
Pet and Smoke Free
No pet policy and non-smoking environment.
Rooms are spotlessly clean and refreshed daily.
Relax in our private courtyard and lounge area, take a dip in the pool, or help yourself to our grill and enjoy a picnic.
Located on the historic courthouse square next door to the beautiful Majestic Theater.
THINGS TO DO
The historic Majestic Theater is next door and shows first run movies Friday through Monday.
Bear Creek Taphouse
The Bear Creek Taphouse is just across the street. Try a local craft beer while listening to live music.
Palo Pinto Mountains State Park
The beautiful Palo Pinto Mountains State Park will be the newest state park in Texas when it opens soon. Just a 20 minute drive to remote hiking and camping.
Catch a record breaking bass just ten miles from the hotel.
Visit our famed Horned Toad, Old Rip, explore the old jail next door and learn about the Santa Clause bank robbery, or visit the final resting place of Billy the Kid's sidekick Doc Scurlock.
Enjoy the great food that Eastland has to offer.
"My husband and I stayed here while in from out of town due to the excellent reviews. This hotel is so charming and was squeaky clean and cozy."