• A One-Night Stay for Up to Six in a Loft with Two Beds and Two Baths ($139)
• Or, a Two-Night Stay for Up to Six in a Loft with Two Beds and Two Baths ($249)
• Combine Vouchers to Stay Up to Four Nights
A spring-fed stream the bluish-green color of oxidized copper, the Comal River may be known as the shortest river in the world, but on its banks rests the long-on-fun town of New Braunfels. Settled by German immigrants in the mid 1800s, it's an excellent stop-off point for exploring the Texas Hill Country, but it's also home to a thriving German-influenced community and the largest water park in the state, Schlitterbahn.
The lofts at this 180-room resort overlook the river and offer the very latest in modern loft-style living: full kitchens with granite-top counters and stainless steel appliances, contemporary leather-upholstered furniture, sleek dining areas, marble-clad bathrooms, and two spacious bedrooms. In town, you'll find an interesting mix of Germany and Texas—Gruene Hall, for example, with its 1878 white clapboard facade, is the oldest continually operating dance hall in Texas, and a few old-country biergartens punctuate the townscape. Weather permitting, take a stroll by the river in Landa Park, a 51-acre green space featuring, in addition to plenty of benches and picnic tables, a miniature train for kids, jogging paths that wind through centuries-old oak trees, mini golf, and paddle boat rentals.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON April 20, 2018
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON April 21, 2013
Recreating R&R in Texas Hill Country