Lubbock Local Guide
I started doing the local guide to help answer common questions about Lubbock, but it has grown into something more personal. I noticed several hotel chains claiming to be your home away from home, but not telling you, the guest, anything about themselves. That is what makes us different. We want you to become part of our extended family. This is why we share personal information on the local guide and also on our Facebook page. If we do not tell you something that is dear to our heart, how can we ask you to be family? Let us show you how Arbor Inn and Suites treats our guests.
I'm writing this during the time period after Christmas and before New Years Day, which also happens to be my birthday. Whoop! Whoop! I am wishing everyone a great 2014. The Red Raiders will be playing their last football game in a couple of days, and I am hoping that we can finish the season on a high note. The 2014 football schedule is out already, so if you plan on attending some games: now is the time to make reservations. Also, Texas Tech Graduation is coming up right around the corner in May. We will start taking reservations on January 1st at 8 am. Do not delay if you know someone that will be receiving their diploma this spring. We upgraded our televisions to flat screens, and we also reupholstered all of our breakfast chairs. We will continue our hotel renovations as year 2014 progresses. If you have any suggestions, please let us know.
We are a local family business and, as such, we try to recommend similar businesses. So, our restaurants of choice for this month are Double Nickel Steak House, Caprock Cafe, and Red Zone. If you have an eatery you enjoy, just let us know. We can give them a shout out.
Our family and staff appreciate all our guests who have stayed with us in 2013, and we hope that we will continue to be your first choice for 2014.
If you have any questions about Lubbock or our hotel just give a shout on Facebook or Twitter.
Thanks for reading,