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Hotel Settles

Hotel Settles in Big SpringHotel Settles in Big Spring

Overview

Originally opened in 1930, Hotel Settles has been restored to reclaim its place as the social center of West Texas. This historical Art Deco oasis serves as the towering centerpiece of downtown Big Spring, approximately 41.5 miles from Midland. Extensive renovations using the building’s original blueprints have brought back the stylish details that evoke the charm, craftsmanship, and architectural details of a bygone era.

Hotel Settles welcomes guests with true Texas hospitality and a touch of relaxed elegance, from the opulently restored Grand Ballroom and lobby to the comfortably appointed guestrooms and casual yet refined restaurant and bar.

Settles Grill offers quality Texas comfort food in a relaxed setting, and Pharmacy Bar & Parlor is a classic, friendly spot to unwind. The outdoor retreat with swimming pool, Bliss Salon & Day Spa, and a 24 hour fitness studio round out the choices for true relaxation. The hotel also offers a number of social function and meeting rooms for events of all sizes, from the intimate to the grand.

Historical Fun Fact: Hotel Settles can be seen briefly in the opening scenes of the 1969 academy award winning movie “Midnight Cowboy,” starring Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman.

Original Property Opened: 1930

Contact Information
200 East Third Street
Big Spring, Texas
79720

The Great Depression, 1929 ~ 1938

Originally opened in 1930, Hotel Settles has been restored to reclaim its place as the social center of West Texas. This historical Art Deco oasis serves as the towering centerpiece of downtown Big Spring, approximately 41.5 miles from Midland.

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