Laredo, Texas, is located on the north bank of the historical Rio Grande River (or Rio Bravo, as it is known in Mexico). It is unique because it is the only city to operate international bridges between two Mexican states. The city presently maintains two border crossings with the Mexican State of Tamaulipas at Nuevo Laredo, and one with the Mexican State of Nuevo León at Colombia. A fourth bridge is currently being planned along the Tamualipas border. Laredo is the U.S. principal port of entry into Mexico, located on the Pan American Highway that stretches from Canada into Central and South America. The City of Laredo is the largest city in the County of Webb. Webb County also borders the State of Nuevo Leon and the State of Coahuila, Mexico which is northwest of the City of Laredo.
Spring temperatures for the City of Laredo average at 89ºF maximum and 54ºF minimum; Summer temperatures average at 98ºF maximum and 73ºF minimum; Fall temperatures average at 95ºF maximum and 70ºF minimum; Winter temperatures average 71ºF maximum and 46ºF minimum. On average, there are 179 days out of the year that exceed 90ºF weather and 14 days that fall below 32ºF. The average annual precipitation is 19 inches, and the annual average humidity is 62%.
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For over 50 years, people have been falling in love with La Posada Hotel and its enchanting Spanish Colonial Architecture, celebrated restaurants and elegant accommodations. Our legendary Four Diamond Award-winning La Posada Hotel is located in beautiful, downtown Laredo on the banks of the Rio Grande. Built around four historic buildings, La Posada Hotel also features two award-winning restaurants, Zaragoza Grill and The Tack Room, the Republic of the Rio Grande Museum and The Washington’s Birthday Celebration Museum.
Everyone on our staff is committed to making your stay an exceptional one, from our professional concierge level and event planning consultants to our front desk representatives and wait staff.
Whether you are looking to plan the perfect wedding, host a corporate meeting or simply escape from everyday life, La Posada Hotel will provide the perfect setting for a truly memorable visit.
The history of La Posada Hotel is inseparable from the History of Laredo. The hotel, which has long been the cultural and social center of social life in the city, sits on the banks of the Rio Grande with spectacular views of Mexico.
The historical, luxury boutique hotel is built around four historical buildings The old Casa Consistorial, the municipal building that also housed a jail, used to stand where La Posada is now.
In 1886 it was converted into the old Laredo High School until 1916 when it was torn down and a new school erected. It is there that Laredo’s youth attended classes until 1937 when Martin High School was opened
The old Laredo High School today is the main entrance to the hotel, and houses the Front Desk and Lobby, the Zaragoza Grill, meeting rooms, the Phillip V Ballroom, The Tesoro Club and the hotel’s administrative offices. Our ballrooms are located in what was once a 19th-century convent. The Capitol of the Republic of the Rio Grande dates back to the 1830’s and now houses a museum on the hotel grounds. The famous Tack Room Steak House is located in the elegant Bruni Home, which also dates from the 1800’s.
As Laredo’s destination marketing organization, the Convention & Visitors Bureau develops targeted promotional and marketing programs to impact Laredo hotel/lodging occupancy and increase demand for local tourism services.
If you are planning a meeting, wedding, reunion, conference or sporting events, our experienced and professional staff promises to make each event an amazing occasion to remember.
We’re open 8am-5pm, Monday through Friday and located at 101 Salinas Ave. in the heart of downtown Laredo. For more information on Laredo visit: www.visitlaredo.com