The LaBorde House offers both historical significance and a touch of continental elegance allowing for an unusual place to get away for a week or a weekend!
By French architects and the plans were refined by San Antonio architects at the building site in 1898. Construction was completed in 1899.
Haunted by a little girl who drowned in a well, you may hear her whispers, catch EVP's in freezing cold spots.
Built in 1899 by merchant François LaBorde
Whispers and freezing cold spots
A gracious tradition... reborn
A touch of continental elegance allowing for an unusual place to get away for a week or a weekend. Queen Size Canopy Bed and a Balcony.
Each room is beautifully furnished with antique furniture and accessories. Queen Size Canopy Bedand a Balcony.
Each historical room was named with the intent of commemorating a bit of local history. Queen Size Bed and a Foot Tub.
Serving as a silent witness to the birth of relationships. Queen Size Bed and a Foot Tub.
A stop at the LaBorde House can easily be included as a part of a vacation trip. Queen Size Bed and a Balcony.
The LaBorde House Hotel is listed in the National Register for Historic Places. Two Twin Size Beds and a Foot Tub
Early-day guests included cattle barons who sold their herds on nearby river docks.Queen Size Canopy Bedand a Balcony.
Verandas and secluded patio shaded by banana trees and colorful bougainvillea.
A beautiful patio, available for Weddings, Baby Showers, Birthday Parties, and more.
100.00 1st Hour
75.00 Additional Hour