Stayed at this hotel for 5 Days at end of Feb 2018. - The bed side lamps in the room were not functional and were taken apart. When checked with the staff, the answer was "We know, dont worry bout it, we just did not have enough time to fix it" - Next morning they ran out of Breakfast, and the hotel ...
The Highlander Hotel$51The Highlander Hotel$51
The Van Zandt is a very hip hotel. I probably was the oldest person in the Hotel at 53, but never the less it was well done. Our room was nice and the staff attentive.
Kimpton Hotel Van Zandt$209Kimpton Hotel Van Zandt$209
This hotel is dingy. Corners are dirty, paint is chipping, toilet stained, floors scuffed, bed and pillows relatively uncomfy. Not to mention the fact that it is LOUD. The walls and floors are thin so once housekeeping comes around, if you are trying to sleep in, good luck. You can hear loud vacuuming ...
Red Roof PLUS+ Austin South$59Red Roof PLUS+ Austin South$59
A nice, updated hotel. Great breakfast. Good grassy areas to take your dog out. Complimentary items in the room at checkin. This was the second time we stayed here.
La Quinta Inn & Suites Austin - Cedar Park$87La Quinta Inn & Suites Austin - Cedar Park$87
We left a flatiron and flatiron curl in the room, but the Hotel claims the room was empty. The housekeeping obviously took our item. The hotel staff including general manager were extremely careless about figuring out who cleaned our room and figuring out where our missing items were.
Aloft Austin Northwest$97Aloft Austin Northwest$97
This hotel is relatively clean and well kept. I wouldn't consider it a luxury experience but it is great for when I come to Austin on business.
La Quinta Inn Austin North$76La Quinta Inn Austin North$76
You might not find a city in the United States that is more pet-friendly than Austin. There are a variety of accommodation options available for pet owners of all budgets. With great weather most of the year and lots of outdoor space, you will also find plenty of attractions that allow you to visit with your pet.
Get outside! There are more than a dozen dog parks in Austin, including some that are off-leash play areas. Auditorium Shores is one of these and is perfect if you want to let your dog have a good run. There is also a dog beach along the shores of Lady Bird Lake near the Zilker Botanical Garden to cool down. Later on, you can do some window shopping on Sixth Street, where shops welcome dogs with bowls of water and even treats.
For cat lovers, a visit to the Blue Cat Cafe should be on your list of things to do. While you cannot bring your own cat along, you can visit the resident cats there. On top of that, all of them are available for adoption. If dogs are more your thing, the Yard Bar near the University of Texas at Austin might be a better option for you. Here, you are welcome to bring your dog. This restaurant also has a Dog Park, where pups can run and play freely.
Moreover, Austin has a great food truck scene with over 1000 trucks operating in the city. There are food truck trailer parks that operate like a food court. This is great for pet owners as you can walk up, choose your food, take a seat, and enjoy some great eats within the company of your pets. Of course, you could also pack a picnic meal and enjoy it on a blanket in the park with your furry friend.
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