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Orange Texas Accommodations

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The Orange center is approximately the area of Downtown Orange and the area of Heritage House Museum.

Orange, Texas, is a gem in a state full of them. Not surprisingly, it's the seat of Orange County. However, few people realize that the town was originally called Greens Bluff before becoming Madison. Then, thanks to some confusion caused by a town with a similar name, Madisonville, it finally became Orange. Although that didn't occur until 1858, nearly 30 years after its founding. More from this guide...

Orange Hotels/Accommodations

Hampton Inn Orange 2080 Interstate 10 West, Orange, TX 77632
  • 3-star property
  • 3 floors in hotel
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Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Orange : 2655 I 10 East Orange 2655 I 10 East Orange, Orange, TX 77632
  • Affordable Highway hotel
  • Check in: 15:00
  • Excellent hotel
  • Excellent service
From$148
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Best Texan Inn & Suites 2710 I 10 West, Orange, TX 77630
  • Economical property
  • Hotel has 50 rooms
Days Inn Orange - Orange 2630 I 10 West, Orange, TX 77632
  • Cheap Highway hotel
  • Check-in time: 2:00 P.M.
  • Average parking
  • Good accessibility by car
Comfort Inn - Orange 2321 Highway 62 South, Orange, TX 77630
  • 3 star Rural hotel
  • 4 floors in hotel
  • King sized bed
  • Great place to stay
La Quinta Inn Orange - Orange
+1-866-429-5787
2220 Highway 62 South, Orange, TX 77630
  • 3-star property
From$80
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Best Western Orange Inn & Suites 2245 Highway 62 South, Orange, TX 77630
  • Two-star Highway hotel
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
  • Most guests complained about the bathroom
  • Friendly clerks
Studio 6 Orange Tx 2502 Highway 62 North, Orange, TX 77632
  • 2 star property
  • 64 sleeping rooms in hotel
Best Western Casino Inn in Vinton 2466 Toomey Rd., Vinton, LA 70668 ~7.19 miles northeast of Orange
  • Three Star Highway property
  • Fitness center on property
Econo Lodge Inn & Suites 255 Texas Ave., Bridge City, TX 77611 ~8.43 miles southwest of Orange
  • 2-star Highway property
  • Free breakfast
From$51
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La Quinta Inn Bridge City : 108 Texas Ave.
+1-888-283-3404
108 Texas Ave., Bridge City, TX 77611 ~8.53 miles southwest of Orange
  • Mid-scale Lake hotel
  • Free breakfast available
  • The cleanest hotel
  • Tasty breakfast
Cobblestone Inn & Suites 2002 Corporate Dr., Vinton, LA 70668 ~10.67 miles northeast of Orange
  • Mid-scale Highway property
  • Hotel has 4 suites
From$50
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Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Groves / Port Arthur : 5201 East Pkwy. St. 5201 East Pkwy. St., Groves, TX 77619 ~15.76 miles southwest of Orange
  • Cheap Lake hotel
  • Check-in: 2:00PM
Executive Inn in Groves 5131 East Pkwy. St., Groves, TX 77619 ~15.78 miles southwest of Orange
  • 3 star Convention Center hotel
  • 2 floors in hotel
Motel 6 Port Arthur Tx - Port Arthur 3838 Highway 73, Port Arthur, TX 77642 ~16.41 miles southwest of Orange
  • Low Cost hotel
  • 3 floors in property
Holiday Inn Express & Suites 20691 Ih 10, Vidor, TX 77662 ~16.77 miles west of Orange
  • 3 star Highway hotel
  • Has environment-friendly policy Learn more
  • Clean
  • Friendly service
From$68
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Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Vidor South 260 East Fwy, Vidor, TX 77662 ~16.78 miles west of Orange
  • Cheap Airport hotel
  • 3 floors in property
  • Great attitude
  • Almost all guests said the reception staff was great
Best Western Plus Orange County - Vidor 165 East Courtland St., Vidor, TX 77662 ~16.80 miles west of Orange
  • 3-star Rural property
  • Hotel has 2 floors
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Baymont Inn & Suites Port Arthur Tx in Port Arthur 3801 Highway 73, Port Arthur, TX 77642 ~16.85 miles southwest of Orange
  • 2 star Convention Center property
  • 120 sleeping rooms in hotel
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Studio 6 in Port Arthur 3000 Jimmy Johnson Blvd., Port Arthur, TX 77642 ~18.05 miles southwest of Orange
  • Low-priced hotel
  • Check-in: 14:00
Suburban Extended Stay Hotel 6900 Memorial Blvd., Port Arthur, TX 77642 ~18.07 miles southwest of Orange
  • Two star Rural hotel
Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Port Arthur 7440 Memorial Blvd., Port Arthur, TX 77642 ~18.12 miles southwest of Orange
  • Cheap hotel
  • 3 floors in property
Days Inn & Suites Port Arthur in Port Arthur 7340 Memorial Blvd., Port Arthur, TX 77642 ~18.13 miles southwest of Orange
  • Inexpensive property
  • 50 sleeping rooms in hotel
From$60
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Holiday Inn Port Arthur Park Central : 2929 Jimmy Johnson Blvd.
+1-800-881-1523
2929 Jimmy Johnson Blvd., Port Arthur, TX 77642 ~18.14 miles southwest of Orange
  • Three Star Highway property
  • 7 suites in hotel
From$80
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Hampton Inn & Suites 7660 Memorial Blvd., Port Arthur, TX 77642 ~18.18 miles southwest of Orange
  • Affordable Suburban property
  • Free breakfast
  • Room was clean and comfortable
  • Beds were acceptable for 57%
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A city by any name would still be this enchanting. Orange is the Lone Star State's easternmost town, nestled along the Sabine River. It shares a border with the great state of Louisiana, making it the perfect spot to enjoy Texas hospitality with a bit of bayou flavoring, just for the spice. Due to its position as a deepwater port leading to the Gulf of Mexico, Orange is not just an important gateway, but it's also an ideal spot for a weekend getaway or a whole week away.

Don't make any assumptions about this east Texas oasis, either. It's a diverse area that celebrates an array of cultures, with special attention paid to indigenous and native art and history, as well as U.S. Naval history. That's thanks to the Port of Orange, which played an important role in shipbuilding during World Wars I and II. It's now a Reserve base, a position for which it's particularly well-suited because the fresh water of the Sabine River provides protections against saltwater corrosion.

Orange is almost a well-kept secret. It's only 113 miles away from Houston, or you can drive right into Louisiana, although it's unlikely that you'll want to venture beyond its borders. With loads to do and an abundance of places to stay, the Gulf at your feet and the river at your fingertips, you have the opportunity to turn your trip to Orange into a once-in-a-lifetime vacation.

The Seasonality of Orange, TX

Because Orange's climate is humid and subtropical, the weather is warm nearly all year long. In the winter, it tends to rain, but it's a steamy rain that makes the town feel that much closer to Louisiana. The earth opens up with every shower, creating a humid wonderland that, if nothing else, will work magic on your skin. The summers tend to be wet, as well, but it's always welcome because the weather is also hot and the humidity is high. You'll want to take advantage of your proximity to both the Gulf and Sabine Lake.

The weather won't affect any of the activities that are likely to pique your interest in Orange. The locals usually find the water a little chilly in winter, but if you come from a place with colder climates, then wintertime in southeast Texas is sure to feel like summer back home. It's not peak season, however, so hotel rates are generally lower between November and March or April.

Summertime is another manner. With temperatures soaring toward 100 degrees on any given day between May and September, visitors are more apt to throng toward hotels with indoor or outdoor pools — or both. Travelers are also eager to find a place to stay that's near the water. Rates for those accommodations may surge, particularly in the middle of the season.

If you want to enjoy the best of the weather while snagging a rate that's kind to your budget, spring and fall are the ideal seasons to pay a visit. The temperatures are more moderate, as are nightly prices. This part of Texas doesn't fall prey to Spring Break fever, either, in spite of how close it is to Houston. Then again, fall in Texas is something you need to see at least once.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Orange, TX:

seasonality of hotel rates in Orange

Orange by Star Rating

Below are 3 charts demonstrating mean nightly cost trends by star rating class in Orange, TX. You can use these charts to determine the most cost effective time to stay in Orange during the year.

Luxury Hotel Options in Orange, TX

4 Star Average Prices: $269.46

Travelers who want to sate their wanderlust without sacrificing luxury are in luck. Swanky accommodations abound in Orange and the neighboring towns. You might need to look for hotels that are several miles from the city center. The driving is easy thanks to the proximity of the highway, however, and you won't complain about coming back "home" to a well-appointed hotel.

Woodspring Suites in nearby Beaumont is probably one of the most luxurious hotels in the area. Though it's about 25 miles away, it's located in the business district and offers modern, spacious rooms, laundry facilities, and kitchenettes for travelers who are in town for an extended period. For a resort experience, book the Golden Nugget in Lake Charles. You can stay on the Louisiana side of the border, but you're only 30 miles from Orange. From private balconies and poolside bars to a lazy river and breakfast onsite, you can spoil yourself between jaunts over to Orange.

Lake Charles is also home to L'auberge Casino Resort and is right on the waterfront, near Lafleur Beach and Prien Lake Park. It's a fabulous four-star resort, so if you want to indulge yourself during your vacation, jump the border and book a room in Louisiana. Closer to Orange, the MCM Eleganté Hotel and Conference Center is less than 25 miles away in Beaumont, Texas. It's the height of elegance, especially if your idea of a fun holiday includes a spa.

Affordable Accommodation in Orange, TX

3 Star Average Prices: $98.22

Your budget won't impede your trip to the Gateway City. Orange has an abundance of affordable hotels that are able to accommodate any budget, including a shoestring. The Motel 6 Orange is less than three miles away from the center of town, which makes it close to several top-notch attractions. You get a free place to park, along with internet access at no cost.

Studio 6 Port Arthur is about 18 miles away from the city center of Orange, but it's also close to the airport. It's an ideal location for business travelers, although proximity to the airport benefits anyone. To enjoy the same low rates at a spot that's closer to downtown, you can book a room at Studio 6 Orange, instead. The Executive Inn & Suites, which offers top-notch rates and free Wi-Fi, is also located right in Orange.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Orange

2 Star Average Prices: $73.18

2 Star Hotel Prices in Orange

Where are the real discounts in Orange

Hotels in Orange are happy to provide guests with a variety of discounts. To begin with, group rates are available for everyone from bachelorette and bridal parties to corporate groups and large-scale meetings. The Comfort Inn, less than five miles from the city center, welcomes large bookings, as does the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites, which is only a couple of miles from the center of town. For week-long meetings, consider an extended stay accommodation, such as the Suburban Extended Stay Hotel in Beaumont.

Are you an AAA member? If so, several hotels in the area provide discounts to visitors who show their membership card or give their membership number over the phone. The Days Inn hotels in and around Orange have an AAA discount, as do most Americas Best Value Inns. Baymont Inn & Suites, found in Sulphur, Louisiana, have the deal, as well.

Orange is always happy to have senior travelers come to town. As such, several local hotels provide discounted rates to older holidaymakers. Take a look at many of your favorite budget brands, such as Hampton Inn & Suites in Port Arthur and elsewhere. MainStay Suites in Port Arthur has a deal for seniors, too. Be kind to your budget at Econo Lodge & Suites, or take things up a notch and inquire about the senior discount at Wingate by Wyndham.

Members of the military and government employees can snag a less expensive rate at Hampton Inn by Hilton. The Howard Johnson welcomes active duty soldiers and veterans, as well. To save even more money, hit up the Red Roof Inn & Suites. Alternately, consider splurging a bit at the Hilton Garden Inn.

Best Value Options in Orange, TX

In Orange, the best value is often found at the mid-line hotels because of their versatility. The Best Western Casino Inn is near the center of the city, plus you're close to some of western Louisiana's best attractions. Three Rivers Inn & Suites offers competitive rates at a spot that's close to the airport. A variety of Marriott brand hotels provide unbeatable value for money. Try the Courtyard or TownePlace Suites, which includes full-size kitchens in the rooms. Cobblestone Inn & Suites in nearby Vinton is another solid all-around pick.

Fast Times in Orange, TX

Orange is the place to go when you genuinely need to get away from everything. No one will bother you down in this east Texas enclave. You have the opportunity to learn about a side of the Wild West that you never envisioned at the Stark Museum of Art, which has an amazing collection of artifacts and art from the 19th and 20th centuries. The W. H. Stark House allows you to see what life looked like in Victorian Texas. The First Presbyterian Church has the only opalescent dome in the U.S.

Orange describes itself as a place with "small town charm and world-class culture." Every step you take through town proves that point, whether you're exploring the museum or venturing down to the Gulf.

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