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Discounts on Accommodations

We have many wonderful lodgings in the Silver City area. The following have offered generous discounts. Mention the Southwest Festival of the Written Word when you make reservations.

The Murray Hotel: Recently renovated, the Murray has kept its art deco style. Downtown Silver City. Festival pricing is $64 for queens, $84 for kings, and $109 for suites. Some rooms ADA accessible. 575-956-9400. frontdesk@murray-hotel.com

The Inn on Broadway: $25 off a two-night stay at a charming Victorian residence in downtown Silver City. 575-388-5485. www.innonbroadwayweb.com

The Palace Hotel is a small hotel in the European tradition, in downtown Silver City. 10% off each night.575-388-1811. info@silvercitypalacehotel.com

Holiday Inn Express on Hwy 180 offers a discount of $99.99 to $119.00. Call directly, 575-538-2525.

Comfort Inn on Hwy 180 gives festival participants a rate of $80 plus tax. They are proud sponsors of the Festival. 575-534-1883. www.comfortinn.com/hotel-silver city-new mexico -NM016

This information will remain readily available on our Accommodations page.

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The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Southwest Word Fiesta™ or its steering committee.

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