La Quinta Inn El Paso East

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

7944 Gateway Boulevard East, El Paso, Texas, 79915, United States
La Quinta Inn & Suites El Paso East
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 10% higher than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families73
  • Couples88
  • Solo80
  • Business73

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Forum Posts

Is El paso safe for women

by genie11

Hi im a young lady ,im moving to el paso to be with my fiancee in a few months , im from australia and never been there , im a little concerned about my safty as ive heard alot of dangers in el paso with rapes and things . i was wondering if u could let me know of some of the dangers and tips to stay safe, would be much appricated.. thankyou

RE: Is El paso safe for women

by bocmaxima

El Paso is not much more dangerous than most American cities its size. It's not overly safe to walk around on the streets in quite a few areas, but you will be fine if you're staying in your car, and El Paso is a car-centric city anyway. El Paso has unfortunately experienced a lot of urban flight, so many areas near the center of the city are generally unsafe save for maybe Downtown itself (except at night) and Sunset Heights. The area immediately surrounding UTEP is also decent but, again, probably not at night.
Across the border in Juarez is much more dangerous, especially for women. If you do cross the border alone, don't do it at night. I wouldn't even go over there alone until you get used to and comfortable with the town.

RE: Is El paso safe for women

by miclev21

As with any place; just be cautious and be aware of your surroundings. I am not a big fan of El Paso, but there is a University there. Just be safe...

Travel Tips for El Paso

F-Body El Paso

by goingplaces

El Paso has many clubs dedicated to the love of specific automobiles. There is a new club in town, and I highly recommend it! If you own any Camaro of Firebird, and year, model, etc, F-Body El Paso would love to hear from you. Some clubs only care about how fast your car can go. Others only care about how well they do at the racetrack. F-Body El Paso doesn't care if you want to race your car or just use it to go buy groceries with...they just care that you love your car. Meets are currently planned twice a month, and most members do like meeting up at Dezert Demonz racetrack on Sunday nights. If you are an F-Body enthusiast in the El Paso/Las Cruces area, F-Body El Paso is an awesome gathering to consider. Anyone interested can check the FBEP homepage at We'd love to hear from you!

El Paso Tip

by sambarnett

Walking down the street, minding my own business and then having a pervert in an SUV ask me to do some disgusting things with him. I ran back to my hotel room, spent the rest of the day holed up there and skipped town early next morning.

Go climb a mountain!

by goingplaces

The Franklin Mountains State Park is the largest state park entirely within the city limits of any American city. I recently had the pleasure (and pain) of taking a morning hike up into the mountains, and I can't wait to do it again! There are so many trails to follow, some camping is allowed, and even dogs are allowed as long as they're leashed. I can't really do the area justice from here, so I'll try to make a travelogue for the park as well. To get to the park, take U.S.54 North, and take the Trans Mountain Road exit. Follow the signs!

I'm not much of a restaurant...

by Scanlord

I'm not much of a restaurant eater. Fast food is the norm most times. So my favorite is 'Peter Piper Pizza'.
Always special deals and has gaming for kids to keep busy. Single topping Pepperoni Pizza.

More of the Memorial

by DrewV

The park is now used for summer concerts and other events, focusing primarily on the bicultural heritage of El Paso. The visitor center is painted with a variety of murals that also demonstrate the shared heritage of the US and Mexico. We're all just one big NAFTA family!


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 La Quinta Inn El Paso East

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Address: 7944 Gateway Boulevard East, El Paso, Texas, 79915, United States