Queen Isabel Inn

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The 1906 Queen Isabel Inn, originally called the Point Isabel Tarpon & Fishing Club, was visited by President-Elect Warren G. Harding in November 1920. Despite some remodeling from hurricane damage in 1933 and 1967, the inn remains the area’s oldest business and hotel. Witnesses say disembodied footsteps are sometimes heard coming from the lobby when no one is there.

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300 Garcia St
Port Isabel, TX
United States

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26.07644125757262, -97.20542956890313
Cameron County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Port Isabel, TX (0.3 mi.)
Laguna Heights, TX (3.0 mi.)
South Padre Island, TX (3.2 mi.)
Laguna Vista, TX (5.5 mi.)
Bayview, TX (12.5 mi.)
Del Mar Heights, TX (13.6 mi.)
Chula Vista Colonia, TX (14.6 mi.)
Orason Acres Colonia, TX (14.8 mi.)
Reid Hope King, TX (16.8 mi.)
Los Fresnos, TX (16.8 mi.)

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