Each Relais & Châteaux property is privately owned and operated. Beyond that of quality, the unifying theme is the delight with which every hotelier shares the authentic culture and tastes of his or her region with every guest.
From the vineyards of Napa Valley to the safari lodges of South Africa, Relais & Châteaux offers its guests an opportunity to explore the “Route du Bonheur”, or “Road to Happiness” in a variety of breathtaking destinations.
In each detail, The Inn at Dos Brisas has fully embraced the Relais & Châteaux philosophy of the “Five C’s”.
- Calm – far from the lights and noise pollution of any big city, The Inn at Dos Brisas overlooks 313 acres of serene Lone Star countryside.
- Character – with only nine guest Casitas and Haciendas, we are a truly intimate getaway.
- Courtesy – our staff has perfected the art of anticipating your needs without intruding.
- Charm – guests enjoy personalized service and exceptional fine dining amidst the ambiance of a graceful Spanish mission.
- Cuisine – The Inn at Dos Brisas restaurant is the only Forbes Five-Star restaurant in Texas, specializing in organic farm-to-fork cuisine.
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United States (West/Hawaii)
For all travelers, the Great American West is another world, a planet unto itself beyond a border marked by the formidable peaks of the Rocky Mountains.
United States (East)
Taking off on US Route 1, we find ourselves wishing that the journey could last at least a whole year.
A LAND AS GENEROUS AS ITS PEOPLE.
In the 16th century, the explorer Jacques Cartier, on peaceful terms with the Iroquois, founded the first European colony on these lands bathed by the North Atlantic…
WHERE THE MOUNTAINS MEET THE SKY
For the traveler, it’s nearly the end of the Earth. Bordering on Alaska and the Great White North, this is Canada’s westernmost province, a primeval realm that distills the rugged majesty of the Pacific Coast
SONG OF THE WORLD
In the collective imagination of a world avid for exoticism, Mexico is probably the source of more clichéd imagery than any other Latin American country.