Quality Inn & Suites Airport
6099 Montana Ave
El Paso, TX 79925
Phone: (915) 772-3300
Fax: (915) 775-0808
Bassett Place is El Paso's giant mall, where visitors can find all of the big box stores like Target and Payless Shoe Source among many others. It is near the airport, about 20 minutes outside of the downtown area, but if you need something particular and enjoy the convenience of one-stop shopping, then Bassett Place is the spot. This is also where locals come to enjoy the massive IMAX theater with DBOX motion seats. Oftentimes, there are stores that host events for the community, such as wellness checks, promotions, etc. Check website for complete list of stores.
The Texas Store is a shop that plies everything under the sun in the Lone Star State. From tacky Texas t-shirts and trinkets to housewares and gift items, it's almost customary to have one of these places in every Southwestern town. Most of the items are reasonably priced and the owners have tons of collectibles from different decades in the 20th Century as well.
Jones Handmade Soap Company specializes in natural bath products and essential oils for the body and mind. All of the soaps are made naturally with no added ingredients like toxic dyes, allergenic detergents and/or unnatural derivatives. The owner is very knowledgeable in selecting the right soap and/or oil for your skin type and if she's not in, the more than friendly professionals are always glad to help. If you cannot make it in to the store, you can always shop online to find Jones' products.
El Paso Saddleblanket is an acre full of exotic home furnishings, perfect for giving any living space that extra punch of flair. The shop specializes in woven items such as Oriental and Persian Rugs. There's Mexican artwork, handcrafted baskets, pottery of all kinds, purses, shirts, bull whips, drums, and even saddles.
One of the main department stores at Cielo Vista Mall, Macy's has got it covered for all of you fashion needs, whether you're man, woman or child. You can find furnishings for your home, luggage for travel, shoes, jewelry, cosmetics and any number of fashion accessories.
Cielo Vista Mall is a shopping mall that carries many consumers' top brands. It's department stores include Aeropostale, Coach, Macy's and Banana Republic as well as the place to pick up all your Apple products. The Cinemark Theater Complex is here for entertainment and there are plenty of chain restaurants like Chick-Fil-A and Olive Garden.
Justin Boots is just about as popular as that other brand synonymous with country-western wear, Stetson. Though Justin hasn't been around as long as that other venerable cowboy outfitter, these boots have garnered a rabid following not just for their cowboy boots, but also for their work boots. All of your favorite styles and designs can be found here at this outlet and prices are a bit more reasonable than the retail stores due to the fact that some of the boots may be irregular. Check website for a good idea of what they have and to check what's in stock.
Boots, boots, and more boots - that's all you need to know about CABoots (Champion Attitude Boots). Knowing that it just happens to the world's leading source for custom boots doesn't hurt. Order from a wide variety of choices, including western boots, ostrich boots, alligator boots, work boots, tooled boots, tall boots, ankle boots, shoe boots, children's boots, wedding boots, and many more kinds too numerous to mention. When you want the best in boots, shop at CABoots.
Armoire is a boutique shop that specializes in men's and women's clothes alongside accessories for the home. It is somewhat of a one-stop shop because you can find a shirt, tie, wine rack, some utensils and anything else you might need for the kitchen or bath. The clothing styles vary from Southwest to more avant-garde and contemporary, it just depends on your style of course. Definitely a place to check out when your downtown.
This store is the product of an American success story. It started with Jack Dulaney, a man who used to sell unique furniture, then he opened one store, then another and another in a different state, then across the country until finally establishing ten different outlets. Today, Jack still sells one-of-a-kind furniture, from tables and benches to nightstands and full, wooden beds, every item is definitely special.
This secondhand store located downtown sells anything and everything under the sun that has some kitsch and creativity behind it. Shoppers can find clothes, art, bags, jewelery and many more interesting and unique items inside. Moreover, there is a mini-gallery if you choose not to buy anything.
The main branch of the El Paso Public Library system remains a useful source of information, despite the growth of the internet. Conveniently located downtown near the El Paso Convention Center and many other attractions, the library is practical source for local information, periodicals, internet access, and of course, books. Local metered parking available.