Whether you are visiting for business, pleasure or for the "Prospect of Oil", we've got you covered! When you are in "God's Country", leave the Southern Hospitality to us!
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Whether you are here for our annual 4th of July festivities, an annual class reunion or just passing through, the Best Western Plus® Big Lake Inn specializes in corporate lodging for West Texas business travelers. If you're here serving your time in the oil field or on the wind farm for an extended stay, we specialize in making you feel right at home. We know that being away is not always desirable, so we strive to make this your "Home Away from Home".
If you happen to make it to town in September for the Santa Rita Festival (which celebrates the completion of our first oil well in 1921, (The Santa Rita #1), an oil well that produced oil for almost 70 years, you may be surprised to discover that the likes of popular Texas bands like Corey Morrow or the Josh Abbott Band have been dispatched to help you relax the night away. Entertainers vary annually, but there is always someone up and coming.
Our brand-new Best Western in Big Lake has you covered with amenities as we offer a free, full hot breakfast and free Wi-Fi. Our large and nicely equipped rooms feature Simmons® BeautyRest® beds, LED flat-panel TV's with an impressive lineup of the best that DirecTV® has to offer. Upon rising, start your morning off right with endless buttery waffles and pastries or a selection of cereal and your favorite yogurt if that's what suits you. Don't forget to top it all off with a cup of hot 100% Arabica coffee. From there, you're off! Whether it's for a round of golf at our local golf links, a corporate meeting in our meeting facilities or off to work in the most prolific oil fields in the Permian Basin, you'll be assured that you've started your day off on the right.
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Pets not accepted
100% smoke-free hotel
Complimentary full breakfast
Indoor pool, heated, open 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Exercise facility, open from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., free