The Hotel Ella was a wonderful place to stay while visiting Austin. The location is convenient, they have a very good restaurant in the main building, a cozy comfortable bar, and lots of places to sit in the shade while enjoying a quiet drink or read. The pool, while small, is surrounding by places ...
Upon check in, the staff was friendly and very helpful. The room was ok. We paid less than $90 and took our puppy with us and was only charged an additional $10 for one night. Location is great, property was decent. Room was clean, but some fixtures were a little "outdated" or old but I think it ...
Casulo is a treat. Clean reasonably priced. Great location. Unique. Some things showing wear but ive stayed in much higher dollar inns with same issues. Price fair. Does not have all hotel services but you arent paying for things you dont need.
The Kimber Modern is my favorite place in Austin to stay - gorgeous modern architecture, sophisticated designer details, wonderful courtyard with original oaks that were built around, more greenery, water, birds, a sense of peace... With SoCo just steps away.
We stayed 4 nights and thoroughly enjoyed the hotel. The proximity to great restaurants, bars and the beautiful Lady Bird trail made this is a perfect choice for our first trip to Austin. The rooms are modern and quirky... we got one with a fantastic view of the city. The Bar at the hotel was really ...
We had a wonderful stay which was too short! The spa and pool are wonderful. The staff is helpful. Our room had a lovely balcony where we sat every night and even saw a fox! We hiked and participated in many adventures. We can't wait to return.
I stayed in the safari room and it was the highlight of my trip to sit on the room’s balcony and drink coffee. I am looking forward to visiting again and for longer trip! It was enjoyable to stay in a place that felt more like a home than a hotel room.
One of Texas’ coolest cities, Austin is hot, hot, hot! There is no shortage of great boutique digs to match your budget and travel style. Hotels can be found in the walkable city center. Alternatively, if you have a rental car at your disposal, treat yourself to a setting in the arms of nature further outside the city along the lakes. Whichever way you decide to go, Austin definitely will not disappoint.
A food truck is not simply a food truck in Austin, where there are over one thousand to be found. You can taste certain classic Texan dishes like BBQ and Tex-Mex, but you could also find really unique trucks whipping up inventive and delicious foods. Remember, many food trucks are on a cash only basis, so bring a full wallet to not miss out on any great eats. You can track down individual food trucks or visit a food truck court like The Picnic or Lone Star Court, where several trucks are set up and have a central dining area.
Meat-lovers would want to stop by La Barbeque for the perfect Texas brisket. The Best Wurst is ideal for sausage lovers as they prepare grilled sausage sandwiches of all varieties. Of course, Tex-Mex can be found in Austin as well. Vera Cruz All Natural is home to handmade tortillas stuffed with all natural ingredients, while El Primo Taco Truck will get your early morning taco cravings satisfied with their breakfast offerings.
In case you require a specialty diet, Austin will pleasantly surprise you again. Vegan vendors like Arlo's are completely animal product free. To top it all off, indulge in tasty dessert. You can get handheld cupcake goodness in a variety of rotating flavors from Hey Cupcake! or pop into Candy Cart, Austin’s first mobile candy store to satisfy your sweet tooth. Gourdough’s is home to delicious doughnuts with unique toppings like grilled bananas and so much more.
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