El Cosmico Hotel

Aug 10, 2016

Category: Living

Everyone needs a little R&R, especially when that pursuit takes you deep into the high plains desert landscape of remote West Texas. Referred to as El Cosmico, this desert retreat offers plenty of recreational activities to help clear the mind from all worldly worries. Be it an afternoon of adventure or a weekend of complete relaxation, El Cosmico offers plenty in the realm of mind easing energy.

As far as accommodations are concerned, the folks here want you to fully embrace the West Texas lifestyle. That means, renovated trailers, safari and scout tents, Souix-style teepees, and Mongolian yurts are available to sleep you and whoever comes along for the experience. Onsite there’s also several community spaces such as a hammock grove, outdoor kitchen and dining area, community lodge, an outdoor stage, reading room and mercantile. And if you plan on staying during one of the cooler months, feel free to rent out of their wood-fired hot tubs or take an afternoon bike ride around the neighboring town of Marfa. It’s the ideal spot for a temporary reprieve from the civilized world; a home for travelers and vacationers alike. Nightly rates available upon request. [Purchase]

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