The restaurant entrance is on the side, if you come in the front you'll find the hotel lobby. While you'll pass Blessing before you get to Palacios, the breakfast might be worth the fifteen minute backtrack.
"The Palace of Palacios", originally the Bay View Hotel, has been a fixture of the community for nearly a hundred years. Check in to see its history, including movie stars, war heroes, and the pier.
Local seafood and more. They'll probably have live music on Thursdays and Fridays, and most Saturdays, out back in the barn.
While there are several places to get a room in town, you won't get a better local feel than the Luther.
A restored hotel. It's about fifteen minutes back North on SH-35. The front door is the hotel lobby.
Upscale, restored 1910 waterfront home, bay views, luxury rooms, wireless Internet, opened 2008.
Palacios is known as the "Shrimp Capital of Texas," see the fleet that gives this reputation.
Founded in 1906 as the "Baptist Young Peoples Union," this camp is still in operation.
Wireless internet access, great breezes. Wine and music out back on Friday nights.
Waterfront rooms in a hundred year old home.