The Comfort Suites in Ennis is located close to the Historic Templeton McCanless District which features specialty stores, antique shops, Czech gifts and crystal, and the Kolache Depot Bakery. Other area attractions include Lake Bardwell, the Texas Motorplex, the Ennis Railroad and Cultural Heritage Museum, and the Canton First Monday Trade Days. Ennis has a unique blend of old-world Czechoslovakian charm and down-home Texas friendliness.
The Days Inn is Conveniently located at I-45 and only minutes from the Ennis Historic Downtown District. Popular Area Attractions include Lake Bardwell, Texas Motorplex and the Ennis Railroad and Cultural Heritage Museum. Annual Events are held nearby and include Bluebonnet Trails, The National Polka Festival, the Cotton Bowl and the State Fair of Texas. Complimentary Continental Breakfast. Complimentary High Speed Wireless Internet Access. Many Popular Restaurants nearby.
New Hotel in Ennis offers Southern Charm Welcome to the new Holiday Inn Express® hotel in Ennis. Our hotel offers great accommodations in an ideal location off I-45, just 30 minutes south of downtown Dallas. Guests are able to enjoy the convenience of big city attractions in Dallas and still have the friendly service and hometown charm of Ennis, Texas. Our hotel's location is perfect for business travelers.
The City of Ennis is located on Interstate Highway 45 just 30 minutes south of downtown Dallas. Built on "Texas Tradition", the wild west, railroading, bluebonnets, and now a place that the new La Quinta Inn & Suites Ennis can call home. Enjoy the vital area of downtown Ennis with numerous shops, boutiques and eateries lining the antique red brick streets of this beautiful National Register Historic District. If you are looking for outdoor activities, the City of Ennis has over 150 acres of city parks, three lakes and fourteen tennis courts.
Well looky here. You have found a 2011 Choice Hotels nominee for Inn of the Year. Quality Inn Ennis has also been awarded Choices Platinum Award for 2009, 2010, and 2011. The hotel is managed each day by the Rudy Ozymy Family, who first arrived in Ennis in 1915 after immigrating from the Czech lands. Guests can walk to Walmart, Chilis, Starbucks, Gamestop, Dennys, and fast foods. Start the morning off right with a free breakfast that includes scrambled eggs, sausage, and those great waffles, made fresh here with real eggs and butter.