In the late 1920s, Conrad Hilton provided San Angelo with a fine hotel and a West Texas landmark. The impressive tower and magnificent interior spaces established a venue for elegant affairs, a place of commerce, and quality accommodations. Named the Hilton Hotel but later renamed the Hotel Cactus, it still stands as the tallest building in San Angelo. Stretching fourteen stories into the West Texas sky, it is visible from fifteen miles. The mission tile roof and stately tower have served almost six decades as a familiar reference point and historical landmark. The elegant interior offered unrivaled spaces for most of San Angelo's special meetings, receptions, and other public gatherings.
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