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OYO Hotel Tyler Lindale
OYO Hotel Tyler Lindale
OYO Hotel Tyler Lindale
OYO Hotel Tyler Lindale
OYO Hotel Tyler Lindale

OYO Hotel Tyler Lindale

Tyler, Tyler TX· 2.8 mi
9 people booked this hotel today
3.4 (31 Ratings)·Fair
Pets Not allowed
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King Bed
$44$5520% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
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Book Clean and Sanitise Budget OYO Hotel in Tyler, TX. OYO Rooms in Tyler, TX, starts @$44 with up to 50% off. Get Amenities like Free Cancellation, Free Parking and more.
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What is there to do in East Texas?
  • Tyler Municipal Rose Garden: The nation’s largest rose garden is 14 acres with 35,000 bushes growing more than 500 varieties of roses. Visit in October and May to see the roses at their peak bloom. The garden is open seven days a week and admission is always free!
  • New York, TX Ziplining Adventures: Take a ziplining tour and witness the beautiful Texas scenery as you soar 940 ft down the longest line, flying over 100 ft above the ground.
  • Nacogdoches: Visit the oldest town in Texas! Founded in 1779, this quaint historic town has plenty to explore. Take a nature walk on the trails that once were Native American trade routes, shop at an antique store, and have lunch at one of the locally-owned family-friendly restaurants.
  • Tiger Creek Animal Sanctuary: Originally started as a home for abandoned tigers, the sanctuary has grown to help other animals. They also participates in building a genetic database of tigers with other research organizations who share the goal of saving the various breeds from extinction. What’s more is that your admission fees to this sanctuary go directly to saving these endangered wild animals. 
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What are some cheap hotels in Tyler, TX?

Visitors to East Texas who are on a budget will have no trouble finding cheap hotels. Here are a few of our favorites: 

  • OYO Hotel Nacogdoches South: Stay at this contemporary hotel and enjoy perks like a swimming pool and free Wi-Fi. The hotel also has a cozy reception area where guests can relax and watch television, ample parking, and 24/7 check-in, so if you arrive late, it’s no problem!
  • OYO Hotel Tyler Lindale: This modern hotel has a swimming pool, onsite restaurant, and coin-operated laundry. If you’re in town for business, they also have a conference room available for rent.
  • OYO Hotel Tyler Northwest Mineola Hwy: Guests who stay at this charming hotel in northwest Tyler will appreciate room amenities like a mini-fridge and microwave which are perfect for storing and heating up any leftovers. Daily housekeeping and Wi-Fi are also included in the wallet-friendly price.
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Where to eat in Tyler, TX?
  • The Restaurant at Kiepersol: Visit Kiepersol and do a tasting at their winery, distillery, or both! Afterwards, visit their charmingly rustic restaurant and try one of their popular steak or seafood dishes.
  • Bernard Mediterranean Restaurant: This family-owned restaurant has been serving upscale globally-influenced cuisine for over 20 years.. Their menu expands on the usual Mediterranean cuisine by also offering French, Spanish and Italian-inspired dishes.
  • Roast Social Kitchen: This hip restaurant serves fresh, thoughtfully-prepared food like their Prosciutto, Avocado & Egg sandwich, and brick-oven pizzas loaded with a creative assortment of meats and fresh vegetables. If you need vegan options in East Texas, look no further, as they offer vegan cheese for the pizzas and carry the Beyond Meat Burger.
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What is Tyler, TX famous for?

Tyler, Texas is known as the “Rose Capital of America”, and with a trip here it’ll be easy to see why. The city boasts several attractions dedicated to this budding beauty and Tyler’s annual Texas Rose Festival draws thousands of visitors to the city each October.

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