April 20, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Lajitas Golf Resort & Spa in Lajitas, Texas

Take a deep breath of fresh air at the majestic Lajitas Golf Resort & Spa, where the awe-inspiring natural beauty of the Texas landscape and the sheer opulence of your accommodations will inspire you straight into pure relaxation. Nestled in between Big Bend National Park and Big Bend State Park, the 25,000 acre private estate blends the luxury of modern comfort and amenities with the charming appeal of recalling the rugged ways of those that came before us: it was these very lands that Pancho Villa led raids across the Rio Grande. As an additional bonus, the resort is accessible by its own private airport, capable of handling charter flights.

Where there were once Comanche Indians you will now find that 92 stylistically unique yet equally lavish rooms have replaced tee-pees and campfires, though without sacrificing any of charm. Find your own private desert oasis at the Agave Spa. But if all this talk of cowboys has stirred your imagination, take a horse ride at the Equestrian Center or explore the stunning mountain terrain around the premises. Take part in Five Stand Skeet Shooting or a real-life Cowboy Action Shooting session. Kids will enjoy riding lessons on ponies and historical outings. With all of these choices, you are bound to build up an appetite - satisfy your taste buds with signature gourmet Tex-Mex cuisine at the Candelilla Café. If you would like to keep the night going, grab a drink at Thirsty Goat Saloon and kickback to enjoy live entertainment on the weekends. Whatever your need, Lajitas Golf Resort & Spa will deliver all you are looking for and more.

Location of Lajitas Golf Resort & Spa

100 Main Street, 79852, Lajitas, Texas

Nearest Airport: MAF

Amenities for Lajitas Golf Resort & Spa

  • General Information
  • 92 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Gift Shop
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Live Entertainment
  • Boutiques
  • Art Collection
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Horse Stables
  • Movie Theater
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Satellite Television
  • Televisions
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Individually Designed Rooms
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Mountain Biking
  • ATV Tours
  • River Rafting
  • Hunting
  • Four-Wheel Drive Excursions
  • Bird Watching
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Nearby
  • Golf
  • National Park
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Family
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Lajitas Golf Resort & Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

This is a great place for friends to gather. Restaurants, golf, hiking, sight seeing,shooting or horseback riding. There is even an RV park. Nice rooms and great food. Big Bend and Terlingua nearby Give it a try. We had a blast.

altitude80 - Alto, New Mexico

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

If you can afford this place, do not hesitate. The resort is gorgeous - in a valley surrounded by the beautiful mountains of Big Bend, it is built as if it was a small western town. The Old West atmosphere is great and done with taste (really not cheesy, just beautiful). The rooms are large and comfortable. It is fantastic to soak in the pool after long hikes in the National Park. The restaurant offers great food, with magnificent views. Great service. We stayed two nights and wished we could have stayed more. It is a real gem.

MonkeysandWine - Vancouver, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

A super place to stay! The entire staff went out of their way to make our group of 20 wonderfully happy! Great for golf, zip lining, horse back riding, spa, dining. The rooms were perfect. Can't wait to visit again!. Loved it.

sallydalzell - Houston, Texas

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Out in the middle of nowhere, with no equivalent competition around for miles, greatness is an option but not a necessity. Add the word "resort" to your name and charge a high price, however, and the expectations are justifiably higher. Lajitas fell well short of the mark, unfortunately. This resort absolutely could be great, but it isn't because it doesn't have to be. The clerk at check in was friendly and helpful and happy to have us and tell us about all the great activities available to us. The clerk at checkout was disinterested and reluctant to help - we had already spent our money. The beds were comfortable, but putting the sink in the sleeping area and the coffee maker in the bathroom is just plain nutty. As one reviewer noted previously, you could sit on one of the beds and wash your hands, but you had to stand a few feet away from the toilet to make a cup of coffee. The shower was horrible - the head is out of reach and fixed to the ceiling and provides a weak stream with no ability to adjust. We watched a member of the cleaning staff stock her mop bucket with water from a nearby fountain that was dirty and featured dead bugs. They also threw away two of my wife's expensive bottles of face cream, which were full by the way - fortunately we thought to check the trash cans in our room while looking for them. Speaking of the coffee, there is a bakery on site that sells exceedingly average pastries and exceedingly horrible coffee. This ranks among the worst coffee I have ever had, no exaggeration. About one-quarter strength and tasteless, it would more appropriately be marketed as lightly flavored water. A guest in the room next to us had a similar observation. For the price paid to stay here, good coffee ought to be a staple. That is not too much to ask. The restaurant has potential, but it too was a huge disappointment. We met two other families at the swimming pool and we all laughed at how bad the food was and how ridiculous it was to have to wait as long as we did to be seated in a half-empty restaurant. As for us, on our first night there we had to wait 90 minutes to be seated despite the fact that half of the tables were empty. We were told the kitchen was backed up. How in the world is a kitchen backed up when the restaurant is only half full? How does a resort not plan appropriately in advance of the busy season? As for the food, it was simply not good. I ordered a steak that was delivered with half of a tub of butter dumped on top and sitting in a "demi-glaze" that tasted like a mixture of honey and Log Cabin syrup. It was also room temperature on arrival. My son opted for the pasta buffet - the meatballs were dry and tasted funky. We did the fajita buffet the next night – the beef was simply ok, and the queso had a similar color as Cheez Whiz and didn’t taste much better. Our kids enjoyed the swimming pool, which was nice despite being unheated (again, call yourself a resort and I would expect something better in the winter/spring than a 68 degree water temp). Despite being open for swimming until 10 p.m., the interior pool lights did not work and no effort was made while we were there to fix them. Why not? The exterior lights around the pool were out at first as well. Children swimming in the dark despite watchful parents? That is a major safety risk. One guest called the front desk about the lighting and a maintenance person came to install exterior light bulbs so the four families there could see their kids in the pool. I appreciated the maintenance person doing this, but why did it take a request from one of the guests for this to happen? Who in management is walking the property? Coffee, food quality, service, maintenance. All of these things could be addressed rather easily and provide an instant upgrade worthy of the beautiful location and surroundings, as well as the “resort” label. Too bad the people who run this resort see these as options rather than necessities.

Joe G - Houston, Texas

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This property has the potential to be great, which is why it has already been rescued from bankruptcy once. However, our visit left much to be desired at a questionably high price point. For $395/night, we were put in a room where there was no sink or mirror in the bathroom. That's correct, the sink and mirror are adjacent to one of the two double beds in the room (could wash my face while sitting on the bed), while the toilet, shower, safe, and coffee maker are in the bathroom. If you're traveling with kids, this really doesn't work. The food is all straight out of a Sysco bag. Our first night we waited over an hour to be seated in a restaurant that was half empty. Once seated, we waited another hour before being served food that was cold. The family we met while waiting for the table (arrived at the same time) was not seated until the end of our meal. Margaritas are from a mix - this is totally unacceptable in Texas. Breakfast wasn't much better, so after that we ate in Terlingua. The computer system was out all three nights we were there, so checking in and out was challenging to say the least. The staff seemed frazzled and stressed out, but resorts are supposed to be busy the week between Christmas and New Years - management and workers seemed woefully unprepared and undermanned. The location of Lajitas can't be beat in terms of exploring the park and I would consider staying there again if we could get a condo and cook for ourselves. The lodging options in the area are limited and there are nice features of this property - firepits, etc. It was easy access to Terlingua and a short drive from both the state park and the national park.

cbak76 - Houston, Texas

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