VISIT LUBBOCK, TEXAS, AND CREATE LASTING MEMORIES IN THE “HUB CITY”!

Downtown Lubbock will soon welcome a boutique hotel inspired by the area’s local cotton industry. The Cotton Court Hotel will offer 165 guest rooms in the heart of Lubbock’s music and arts scene.

With an early 20th century design, the Cotton Court Hotel pays tribute to the historic agriculture industry in West Texas as well as music icon Buddy Holly. From details such as a coffee table resembling a cotton bale and an aerial view of Lubbock’s cotton fields depicted in the carpet pattern, the new hotel will offer premier accommodations just blocks from Texas Tech University and The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences. 

With custom-designed beds by Sealy topped with 100% Egyptian cotton sheets, branded bathrobes, iPad and iPhone docking stations, complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi, guests, and their pets, are sure to feel the West Texas hospitality at this new spot.

In addition to the luxurious room amenities, the new hotel will feature an extensively landscaped courtyard, live music on the weekends, outdoor breezeways with rocking chairs, fitness center and so much more! Guests will be able to savor cuisine and craft cocktails at the on-site restaurant, The Midnight Shift Restaurant, and Bar, and cool off in the resort-inspired outdoor swimming pool. 

This upscale hotel will also offer ample space to host meetings and events. With 3,500 square feet of climate-controlled indoor and outdoor space, including a 750-square-foot boardroom that can connect to the Presidential Suite, the Cotton Court meets the needs of small and large group gatherings. The 1,500-square-foot Presidential Suite will be uniquely designed for entertaining, perfect for hosting intimate celebrations and receptions. Masterfully planned outdoor gathering spaces will feature fire pits and water features as a complement for private parties, group events, and weddings.

The Cotton Court Hotel, located at 1601 Broadway Street, is expected to open in Lubbock in the summer of 2020.

To find out more, visit www.VisitLubbock.org.