Sunsets are better in Texas; a sentiment you’ll come to agree with wholeheartedly after watching the great fiery orb go down on the banks of the Blanco River, its water aglow in blazing pinks and purples. It’s not difficult to imagine what brought early settlers here in 1881, as the city of Kyle is known for its captivating natural beauty. Walk the idyllic banks of the Blanco and get acquainted with locals in some of the town’s beloved cafés (they brew a fine French roast) by choosing from one of the best hotels in Kyle and taking the time to properly explore the area.
Texans are known for being a proud people who love their state more than anything, much like you adore ending a long day with a glass of wine in your favorite armchair. Unfortunately, you won’t have much need for that evening tradition, because your days in Kyle will seem to fly by. After leaving one of the comfortable hotels in Kyle, TX, you’ll don your beloved fishing vest and spend dreamy afternoons fishing in Lake Kyle. Catching catfish and enjoying the aquamarine water rippling around you will surely create fond memories of the Lone Star State to share with loved ones back home. But before you return to your hometown, reserve one of the available rental cars in Kyle to visit the grounds of the esteemed writer Katherine Anne Porter’s former residence, and pluck a brochure or two to bring back as tribute for your book club. You know how much Silvia and Ronald appreciate thoughtful gestures.
Your time in Texas is dwindling, so don’t let it pass you by without a jaunt to Austin, which is just 20 miles north of Kyle. Their bluegrass music is legendary and listening to some of the city’s fine performers will bring you back to days spent working in your garage, restoring antique furniture and humming along to The Avvett Brothers. Indeed, Travelocity also offers stylish hotels near Austin for travelers who are inclined to roam. But whenever you do find yourself back in the city of Kyle, there will be luxurious Kyle, TX hotels waiting to greet you like old friends.