Bring your group to visit top Gulf Coast attractions

With a stay at the Country Inn & Suites, you can walk to some of Corpus Christi's most popular shopping outlets and enjoy convenience to local beaches. Browse the racks at Moore Plaza and La Palmera mall, or take an afternoon to discover more about the Gulf of Mexico at the Texas State Aquarium. If you're a history buff, the USS Lexington museum gives visitors the chance to learn about U.S. naval history aboard a retired aircraft carrier. We also happen to be within easy driving distance of Naval Air Station Corpus Christi. Looking to infuse your stay with a little local flavor? Head out to Bob Hall Pier and pick up some fishing tips from local anglers.
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American Bank Center

6.9 mi / 11.1 km from the hotel
The American Bank Center is Corpus Christi's premier events center, boasting a 10,000-seat arena, the Selena Auditorium and an expansive convention center. Check the schedule for conferences, exhibitions, sporting events and concerts.

Art Museum of South Texas

7.01 mi / 11.28 km from the hotel
With a stark-white exterior and a spiked roof, this easily recognizable landmark houses more than 1,500 works of regional art.

North Beach

5.77 mi / 9.28 km from the hotel
Don't miss a visit to North Beach, a white-sand area that is perfect for sunbathing, swimming and bird-watching. The beach also has cabana shelters if you want to nap in the shade.

Selena Museum

7.94 mi / 12.77 km from the hotel
Discover the life and career of Selena Quintanilla Perez, known as the Queen of Tejano Music. Exhibits detail how the singer became a music and fashion icon.

South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center

4.28 mi / 6.89 km from the hotel
At this nature center, you can take a whimsical tour of the children's garden, see hummingbirds flit between plants in the hummingbird garden, or marvel at more than 2,000 orchids in the Orchid House.

USS Lexington

7.42 mi / 11.95 km from the hotel
Now home to an expansive museum, a 3-D theater and a gift shop, this World War II aircraft carrier set more records than any other Essex Class carrier in the history of naval aviation.