Welcome to Quarter Circle 7 Hotel. We are a local fourth-generation ranching family owned and operated; confidently serving up true cattlemen's hospitality to our guests. Experience the true charm and warm hospitality of a captivating far West Texas hotel and resort. We are situated at the base of “Twin Peaks” Mountains and nestled among the foothills of the Chihuahuan Desert with gigantic views of the Chisos Mountains of the Big Bend Country to the south and the Davis Mountains to the north. Our hotel and resort offers a unique opportunity for casual elegance and relaxation under a spectacular Texas sky. The QC 7 Hotel offers newly renovated elegance with amenities of a luxury resort. Guests can escape from everyday life to a peaceful retreat indulging in our 5 star 7th Day Wellness Spa or enjoy a spot for those famous west Texas sunsets, or strolling to the pool area to grab a lounge chair and soak up the fresh air and sunshine among the desert flora and sound of gently falling water. Anywhere on the premises you choose to wander, we offer you a true Texas welcome to soothe your mind, body and soul.
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Big Bend is grand in scope at over 800,000 acres. Take a ride down in the early morning to explore the diverse biology and geology that make for a variety of scenic trails and incredible vistas. Visitors come from all over the world for hiking, backpacking, camping amongst the high Chisos mountains, down by the banks of the Rio Grande, and across the desert brush.
Located on the beautiful campus of Sul Ross State University, the Museum of the Big Bend is a must-see for each visitor to the area. It is a wonderful repository of information on the entire Big Bend region with exhibits highlighting the natural and cultural history of the area.
Stroll through the breezeway alongside the Reata Restaurant (between the street and their patio) and marvel at the colorful mural depicting scenes the movie“Giant”, from which the restaurant takes it name. Walk down the street two blocks south and you’ll see two more fabulous murals by Stylle Reed in the Kiowa Gallery parking lot. One mural displays many images of West Texas and Alpine, including one of the Sul Ross’ most famous alumni, Dan Blocker of “Bonanza”.
100% Devoted!“The lobby was beautiful, tastefully decorated, and highlighted with pictures of the owner’s family, steeped in the local ranching history of the region. Our room was immaculately clean, and also tastefully furnished with a warm western feel. What made this hotel really special, however, was the caliber of the staff. We highly recommend the Quarter Circle 7. It is the place to stay when next in Alpine. It felt wonderful to support a business, entirely funded and managed by a lon…
Best views!“Beautiful hotel, relaxing atmosphere and comfortable beds…Best views!”
We loved it!“We loved it. Everything
was great and the staff is just awesome. I highly recommend staying there. The pool area and fire pit is just wonderful. Our fur baby was very welcomed as well. If you are ever in the area check it out.”