Our College Station Hotel
Where Rustic Meets Refined
Our luxurious 4 Star hotel in Bryan College Station offers an unparalleled level of comfort that harkens back to College Station's days as a rail stop before the area was synonymous with Texas A&M University. Named for the notable Georges throughout history, our name "George" has an English elegance and a Southern connotation, consistent with our hotel's design and fabulous rooms.
The George™ hotel is steeped in an atmosphere of authentic Texas charm, bringing a sophisticated flair all its own to the Brazos Valley. Our 162-room luxury boutique hotel is located in College Station’s most vibrant community, Century Square, a walkable 60-acre mixed-use destination offering the city's best in retail, dining and entertainment venues.
A Stay at The George is One of a Kind
#GOBIG THE TEXAS BOOK WALL
Texans are proud of their state and proud of their flag. With a collection of close to 10,000 books, the Texas Book Wall at the George is one of a kind. With inspiration coming from the many barns you see scattered around the Brazos Valley region with the Texas Flag painted on the roof, artist Thedra Cullar-Leford put a twist on the proud Texas flag to create a memorable moment and celebrate Texas Pride. With books ranging from Texas BBQ Cookbooks, Native Texas Plants, Aggie Textbooks, to a Tall Dark Billionaire Texan, this is showpiece you won't soon forget.
WELCOME TO THE FLOCK
Inspired by the Brazos Valley countryside and flocks of grazing sheep, we have our own "flock of sheep” from the Phillips Collection that has been graffiti tagged by Texan Gonzo247. The sheep can be found in our luxury suites and “grazing” throughout the hotel.
The "flock" will welcome you upon arrival, and we encourage you to join the flock for selfies and memorable moments during your stay.
Inspired by a cowboy’s lariat, this feature wall is made up of 6000 linear feet of woven rope. MaRS, in collaboration with Impressions Architectural Millworkers, designed a mathematically perfect woven wall of rope. The rope was hand dipped in a diluted concoction of 40 gallons of "Texas Tea" to get a patina stain similar to the worn look of a lariat. The weaving that makes up the pattern of large and small ropes are interspersed with red and blue tracer wire to complement the Texas Flag.
For more information, call us at 979.485.5638.