Holland Hotel

 
 

Catrina's Interiors brings a fresh look with classic elegance to the refurbished Holland Hotel


Catrina has combined genuine Texas history with contemporary comfort and style to make The Holland Hotel an international landmark.

While Paris has the Ritz and New York has the Plaza, when you’re in Alpine it’s the Holland that offers the ultimate blend of hospitality, location, and the good life. Warmly welcoming visitors since 1928, this Trost & Trost masterpiece offers an authentic slice of West Texas flavor, and also serves as the heart of the Big Bend community for local events.

From the moment you check in, you’ll have a home in the center of downtown Alpine, just a short walk from everything. Everything including shopping, galleries, fine dining, music and barbecue.They’ll all make you welcome. Simply stated, the Holland Hotel offers the finest rooms in town and a heartfelt connection to the Old West.

While nostalgia is wonderful, so is knowing that at the end of the day you can ease the cowboy fantasy out into the sunset and check out the Wi-Fi or turn on the flat-screen TV. You may want to relax by watching the sunset or storm clouds from the infamous penthouse, or nestle into the old-timey reading room, listen to the song of the passing train or have all-star meals delivered to your room from the best restaurants in town.

The Holland Hotel also offers the legendary Guest Lofts adjacent to the hotel on the ground floor for a unique West Texas experience.

Thanks to Catrina, you’ll feel the romance in the Holland Hotel's heritage while letting the best of today’s luxuries make you smile.


 
 
 
 

The Holland Hotel's history, then and now


The Holland Hotel has been in Alpine for more than eighty years, but it's the newest old hotel in Texas. It started off new, back in 1928, and then got old, up until last year. That’s when it was decided to honor the hotel's history by acknowledging the twenty-first century with an architectural reboot.

The Holland Hotel isn’t just a fancy old building; it’s been the actual heart of the Big Bend area for decades. Everybody in town has visited the Holland Hotel for something special, weddings, birthdays, Quinceañeras, art auctions, banquets, election rallies, poker games, recitals, church services and honeymoons. So an obligation was felt to make things better, not just spruce it up a little; not a renovation or rejuvenation. It was made new again.

It’s like 1928 somehow made it to the future, with the best of both worlds.And the hotel is still getting better. Work is continuing on a new restaurant and bar, and progress is being made on special venues for private meetings and conferences. Alpine doesn’t have a Statue of Liberty or a Golden Gate Bridge, but the Holland might be the local version of the Empire State Building, with a penthouse towering over the hotel’s three stories (elevation 5,035 feet). That’s why it has a new electric elevator.

Catrina's fabulous interior design can be seen when visiting the Holland Hotel. Stop by to share the past and smile your way into the future.

Catrina's Interiors of San Antonio is renowned for its award winning custom western furnishings and Texas hill country designs. Their stunning leather and rustic furniture is always beautifully accented with fine art paintings, antler chandeliers, bronze statues, scrolled iron work, imported rugs and other glamorous accessories.


 
 

Catrina's Interiors takes historic Texas and its renowned western style to the world


The guest rooms and suites were special when they were created, and are even better now. As a boutique hotel, the 25 guest rooms and suites are individually appointed, all inspired by Texas, Mexico and the Big Bend, featuring a warm color palette with custom bedding and local artifacts.

From the standard King and Queen rooms to the rooftop Penthouse and grand Balcony Suite, all guest rooms have flat-screen televisions, complimentary Wi-Fi, refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers and hair dryers. For special groups, it is possible to connect two to five guest rooms and living areas into a giant suite.

For a more eclectic sojourn, the Guest Lofts offer semi-secret and select ground-floor loft-style apartments. Nowhere else can you find this blend of rustic West Texas and metropolitan decor and space.

Hidden away in a vintage Alpine building, the Guest Lofts are perfect for private and elegant entertaining, business meetings in a professional setting, a quiet rendezvous or just showing off. These uptown lodgings let you quietly treat yourself to the luxury you deserve.


 
 

The Rio Grande Room


From an intimate fireside chat to the extravagant “wedding of a lifetime,” the Holland Hotel’s public areas have been lovingly restored and furnished to offer warm and inviting venues to entertain you and your guests.

Easily accommodating up to two hundred guests, its distinctive venues range from the cozy to spacious, both indoor and outdoor.

The Rio Grande Room is ideal for conferences and private dining and the hotel’s grand lobby sets a remarkable stage for larger receptions.

And Catrina decorated for the ball.