Clean, very friendly staff.
Halls warm and a bit stuffy.
Palestine is a charming Texas city, with the feel of the deep south. The city offers a variety of restaurants, restored Victorian homes, yards and parks filled with magnolia and dogwood trees, Texas State Railroad, museums and numerous attractions. The Hampton Inn and Suites Palestine is located on Business Loop 256, close to shopping and numerous restaurants. In addition, downtown buildings display architecture from the early 1800s and are filled with specialty shops, antique stores and unique merchandise. Old Town adds to the mix with relaxed atmosphere and fun-filled shopping. As the soft breezes whisper through the tall pines and dogwoods, you may hear the whistle of a distant train. Often called the Iron Horse, but better known as the Texas State Railroad, the train makes weekend excursions through the splendor of the countryside and a step back in time as visitors are transported to a time when the steam engine was the ruler of transportation. In the heart of the city is the world famous Eilenberger's Bakery, offering for 100 years, old world recipe cakes, cookies and pastries. Or if festivals are your forte, then check out the Fall Fest/Oktoberfest (formerly Hot Pepper Fest) or Dogwood Trails Festivals, or any one of the numerous events occurring throughout the year.
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