Things To Do
Rio Grande Valley Premium Outlets
Discover 140 designer retailers and outlets at this popular shopping destination. You'll save on high-end brands such as Ann Taylor, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Tommy Hilfiger.
Walk across the bridge from Progreso Lakes, Texas and you’ll enter Nuevo Progreso in Tamaulipas, Mexico. Once there, you’ll find a wealth of shops, restaurants, and street musicians.
Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge
Situated along the banks of the Rio Grande, this South Texas refuge protects a diversity of animals and endangered species, including the Texas ocelot, 397 bird species and 300 species of butterflies.
Estero Llano Grande State Park
Spanning more than 230 acres, this vital wetlands area is home to a number of endangered bird species and rare wildlife, and offers a wildlife-viewing deck, boardwalks, an observation deck, and trails.
This beautiful historical Adobe mansion and nature and birding center is located minutes away in the heart of McAllen, Texas, and offers a garden with bronze sculptures, unique artifacts and activities.
Tierra Santa Golf Club
Tee off on this popular golf course located minutes away from the hotel, surrounded by the captivating scenery of the Rio Grand Valley. The course is suitable to all skill levels and equipment is available.
Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of San Juan del Valle
Every weekend, nearly 20,000 Catholics arrive at this landmark holy site. Built in 1980 and designated a basilica 19 years later,this is one of America’s most sacred and popular shrines.
Pins & Qs Bowling Alley
This family-friendly bowling center features something for everyone: an arcade for the kids and billiards for the adults, with a restaurant and bar. Only 5 miles away from our hotel.
Weslaco Valley Nature Center
Valley Nature Center in Weslaco is a 6-acre park and nature preserve, a perfect place to visit to enjoy the outdoors and to learn about the natural history of the Rio Grande Valley.
The Weslaco Museum
The Weslaco Museum is a must-visit when in town. This charming museum is one of the most historic sites in Weslaco and is devoted to the cultural heritage of the region.