Many people go in and out of the Lone Star State everyday. There are various reasons for why the visit or leave Texas. But one thing is for sure, the individual or individuals coming here will need a place to stay for the duration of their time here.

Unless it's a day trip, there's so many options of a place to stay as well. Maybe a friend or a family member's house. Potentially an Airbnb? Whatever the choice, a visitor always wants to feel safe and secure.

Hotels are also sure choice for visiting individuals. But it looks like for three cities in the state, in might be better to find another place with vacant rooms.

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Ignore The Hotel Vacancies In These Three Texas Cities

So where is this data coming from that indicates some hotels in the state aren't the best? Planetwire has the data from TripAdvisor that tells us the sad facts. So let's...brace ourselves and hope we didn't stay in these cities recently.

TripAdvisor mainly focused on reviews of the negative variety to help locate the areas of Texas in question. Before you ask, they checked nearly over 800,000 reviews, with the focus on ones that were bad.

So it's the moment of truth, which cities in Texas should you not stay in? The three listed in top 15 were Galveston at #15, San Antonio landing at #6, and South Padre Island at #5.

Is there a good side to this? Well hopefully we can improve the hotel themselves and get these cities out of the rankings!

Speaking Of Worst In Texas...

While it's always a good idea to know about areas with the lowest crime rates and best recreational opportunities when you are looking for a place to live, it’s also important to know which places to avoid. Even if you move to a neighborhood with a low crime rate, you could also be close to less safe communities.

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According to FBI statistics, Texas had 438 violent crimes and 2,562 property crimes per 100,000 residents as of this year. For every 100,000 residents, there are 224 police officers statewide.

Crime rates are expressed as the number of incidents per 100,000 people.

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