Best Western Hotels in Lubbock, Texas
Best Western Hotels are positioned conveniently for travelers to or through Lubbock, Texas, with three inns appearing in the Hotels-Rates.com database on major highways serving the city of Lubbock.
Book the best deal through Hotels-Rates for your stay in the West Texas city of Lubbock at one of these Best Westerns:
- Surestay Plus Hotel By Best Western Lubbock Medical Center at 3901 19th Street and adjacent to U.S. 82 and 62, 6 minutes west of Downtown Lubbock and 4 minutes from the Texas Tech Medical Center. Rates start at $64.
- Best Western Plus Lubbock Windsor Inn at 5410 Interstate 27, Exit 1B, 7 minutes south of Downtown Lubbock. Rates start at $84.
- Best Western Plus Tech Medical Center Inn at 4703 N Loop 289 (Texas Hwy 289), 9 minutes northwest of Downtown Lubbock and 4 minutes from the Texas Tech Medical Center. Rates start at $99.
Two Best Western hotels in Lubbock, TX, are named for their close proximity to University Medical Center on the Texas Tech University campus. UMC is a public hospital that also serves as the primary teaching hospital for the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, the university's medical school.
Texas Tech, which is home to more than 35,000 students each year, adds the energy of a college town to the city of Lubbock. In addition to academics and excitement of Red Raiders' Big 12 Conference sports, this public research university is a local source of arts, culture and entertainment.
Along with other public events on campus, Lubbock residents enjoy Texas Tech's top-ranked public art collection, performances by the School of Theatre & Dance, humanities and natural sciences exhibits at the Museum of Texas Tech University, and daily laser and star shows at Moody Planetarium.
Lubbock is a rapidly growing city with a population of nearly 300,000. It is considered a West Texas cultural hub on its own, with regular art exhibits and a long-running spring arts festival, award-winning wineries, theatrical performances, live music and more.
Many know Lubbock as the hometown of rock 'n' roll pioneer Buddy Holly and his sideman and outlaw country icon Waylon Jennings. The Buddy Holly Center houses a permanent exhibition dedicated to Holly's life and music, and showcases memorabilia donated by family, friends and fans. The Center is a fixture of the historic Depot Entertainment District alongside the many other restaurants, bars, clubs and theaters located in a 15-block area in the heart of downtown Lubbock.
If you're traveling to Lubbock with family, don't miss a fun time at Joyland Amusement Park, which is in the larger McKenzie Park off of I-27 near downtown. Joyland has about 30 rides, including three roller coasters and an old-time carousel at the park entrance. And don't overlook a chance to see the pups at Prairie Dog Town in McKenzie Park.
Older kids or history-loving adults will enjoy Texas Tech's National Ranching and Heritage Center, a 44,000-square-foot museum and a 19-acre park established to preserve and interpret West Texas ranching history that's home to 50 historic structures dating to the 1700s. There's also the Lubbock Lake Landmark archaeological preserve, which exhibits evidence of people living on the Southern High Plains for almost 12,000 years — from Clovis to protohistoric peoples, the Apache and Comanche nations, and later inhabitants.
Or for a day of leisure, consider Buffalo Springs Lake, a family recreational area 19 minutes east of Lubbock with beaches, picnic shelters, nature trails, fishing docks and more.
At the end of the day, regular Best Western guests know they can expect high-speed internet access, ample work space, coffee maker, microwave, refrigerator and other modern amenities in a clean and comfortable room during their Lubbock stay. Best Western also staffs its front desks 24/7 for guests' convenience and provides free continental breakfast every morning.
If Lubbock and Best Western hotels are your choice, Hotels-Rates is ready to help you book the perfect West Texas stay today.